India's unfought but known war with China.

   by   Hemant Singh      /   last updated on - July 11, 2020

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China always have issues with India for boundary , China always claims on some of the region on Aksai Chin and North-East of India but India has always denied to it and opposed it . There had been series of voilent border skirmishes between the two countries after 1959 , when India granted asylum to the Dalai Lama , which had led to war also .

The famous Sino-Indian war, also known as the Indo-China war and Sino-Indian Border Conflict occured in 1962 from 20 October to 21 November 1962.

After that, Nathu La Conflict in 1967 , second Indo-China war , India's revenge of 1962 , was a series of military clashes between India and China alongside the border of the Himalayan kingdom of Sikkim . This led to chinese forces withdraw from Cho La.

Then in 1996 and 2005 agreements signed between India and China , with a view to preventing military activities along the Line Of Actual Control(LAC) . Neither side shall open fire , cause biodegradation , use hazardous chemicals , conduct blast operations or hunt with guns or explosives within two kilometres from Line Of Actual Control . These agreements came into confirmation on no war like situation will be created and disputes will be solved on diplomatic level . These agreement worked well .

After that there were many small disputes between both but the dispute in Galwan on 15 June 2020 , a voilent faceoff in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed . It started when in late May 2020 , Chinese forces objected to Indian road construction in the Galwan River valley .
On the other hand China have extensively developed their infrastructure in the disputed border regions .
And everyone is aware of China's territory grabbing technique ( salami slicing ) in which China encroach upon enemy's territory over a large period of time . But after Galwan dispute , their was anger in Indians for China and their anger has started tech and export/import war with China .


Indians are now campaining for boycotting Chinese products and various actions taken on ecomomic front like cancellation of certain contracts with Chinese firms and to stop entry of chinese into strategic markets in India such as telecom sector .
On 20 June 2020 , Chinese social media platform WeChat removed the Indian Prime Minister's remarks in Galwan dispute .
On July 1 2020 , Indian Prime Minister Modi quit the Chinese platform Weibo .

And then 59 Chinese apps were banned in India , among which is Tiktik , India clocks over 5.5 billion hours on TikTok in 2019 .

To know more facts about TikTok read this ,
50 TikTok Stats that will blow your mind .
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Its right that Chinese products have occupied a large space in Indian market . Even everything needed for Indian festivals is coming from China . For this China needs to be appreciated and we should learn from China , how to take advantage of opportunities.

And now is the time , to make our opportunities to work for ourselves . To make India self dependent.

But banning few apps is not sufficient , China in every way has an upper hand on India .

Read this article, and you will get to know China is actually a market giant and its not easy to unroot China from India :
India declares tech war on China

Its actually very important for us to be self dependent , so that China will not be able to force us on borders .
But its not that easy .We all need to stand together with our nation in this very much known but unfought tech and export/import war. So lets fight it together .



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