When the Dragon Came Knock­ing

Tehelka - - 20 - MA­HESH KU­MAR,

China has be­come the big­gest threat to In­dia. It has said in the re­cent past that there was no change in its Arunachal pol­icy — and its con­tention of ‘dis­puted area’ re­mains un­changed. This is ut­ter non­sense. Delhi must wake up to this fact and pre­pare to face the po­ten­tial se­cu­rity threats in Arunachal Pradesh.

Re­fer to BG Vergh­ese’s ‘The War We Lost’, 13 Oc­to­ber.

LEAD­ER­LESS BAT­TLE

We are a na­tion of cow­ards. Our lead­ers re­flect our masses, self­ish and de­void of con­scious­ness. So much for the phi­los­o­phy and re­li­gion of In­dia, it seems ab­sent in In­dia. 1962 is be­ing re­peated, the Chi­nese are do­ing it in slow mo­tion.

MAN­U­FAC­TUR­ING CON­SENT

Re­fer to ‘The Party Af­ter the Split’ by Re­vati Laul, 13 Oc­to­ber. Do you not feel that you are do­ing a grave dis­ser­vice to the at­tempts that are be­ing made in re­mov­ing the un­scrupu­lous Congress that has ruled our coun­try for the past 40 years? Show­ing your cyn­i­cism against the team of peo­ple who have put their lives at stake against the first fam­ily of the coun­try, has shown your mag­a­zine in a very bad light. We are on the cusp of the largest fight-back the na­tion has seen since 1940’s. Be a part of it and if not, at least do not try to pull down peo­ple who are mak­ing an hon­est at­tempt.

RONAK, ON EMAIL

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