Cheer in the Job Market, After Two Years; Now China Too Budgets for the Aam Aadmi
Some dreams can be dangerous. Especially ones that are not drawn from any sort of reality. Like India’s fixation with being a grand player on the world stage.
With China snatching pole position from the US, all bets are off. But we saw it coming—two decades ago.
The 14th Dalai Lama is ageing, and a succession tussle could set off another crisis in Indo-Chinese relations. The signs are already evident.
Arunachal Pradesh, soon due to go to the polls, is in development overdrive. China’s designs are no secret, but the government won’t risk any transfer of loyalty this side of the border.
Will history repeat itself? If India has learnt little from the Himalayan Blunder of 1962, it easily could—to our horror. China’s designs on the country are not benign.