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23 Comments on "50 Years Since The 1962 India-China War"

shiva.gopal.reddy
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shiva.gopal.reddy
3 years 7 months ago

Salute to the brave soldiers.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 7 months ago

Battle of Thermopylae… of modern Republic of India…

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 7 months ago

one of the highest example for the act of bravery.

Int64
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3 years 7 months ago

RIP and salute to those brave souls

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 7 months ago

Jai Hind and My Salute To The Brave Soldiers

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 7 months ago

@Harsh you are way right…actually in Chusul sector where Rezang La is situated your mother was getting gang banged by the Chinese…you might have a problem in identifying your father…thats why you favored chinese so that they'll let u know whoz ur daddy is …

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R
3 years 7 months ago

Shiv, yeh Harsh @ 7:47 ko zaraa laat maar ke nikaalna yahaan se. Shiv, why do you allow such crap to be posted on your posts?????? Yeh saala Pakistani MC pataa nahi kahaan se aa gaya hai! Ch*t*ya s*al*!

pankaj
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pankaj
3 years 7 months ago

china is world's unbelievable country & it want 1650 ac map of china and want whole chines language area r chines land

Anup
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3 years 7 months ago

RIP and salute to those brave soldiers

Fauji
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Fauji
3 years 7 months ago

@Harsh-घर में बैठकर लिखना बहुत आसान है और गोली झेलना बहुत मुश्किल.
धिक्कार है! जिन्होंने जान दे दी उनकी शहादत को ऐसे कम कर आँक रहे हो.
जिस दिन एक भी दुश्मन सैनिक को मार गिराना उस दिन इस तरह की बात करना. जब सामने से शैल आकर गिरता है तो होश ठिकाने आ जाते हैं.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 7 months ago

Shiv, Thank you very much for writing this post. Most of this generation does know of the great sacrifice that the Indian Army made in the most challenging of circumstances (internal/government & external/China).

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 7 months ago

@harsh 7:47 am, I have read somewhere that after this battle the chinese announced on their radio about heavy casualties. I think anon @ 7:50 am is trying to point you in that direction.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 7 months ago

Let's not forget CQMH Abdul Hamid PVC, the hero of Khem Karan 1965, fought earlier in 1962 at Namka Chu as well.

www.bharatgaurav.com
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3 years 7 months ago

@Harish He has no idea what a battle is even today the ridge is with us and by the way dead people don't count any body's dead Major Shaitan Singh PVC was martyred = Saheed (for people like you died fighting)and where is it written that the odds were x 10 (a sad and a bad comment just for the heck of it in case you are an Indian)

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 7 months ago

Soldiers shed blood while politicians suck blood. Salute to thebarave hearts who gave up their precious life for others. How many rebirths we may take it is not possible to repay their sacrifices.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 7 months ago

Chinese Casualties and losses

16 Killed
55 Wounded

They did a post-battle clean up.

Mr. RA
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Mr. RA
3 years 7 months ago

RIP and salute to the brave Sons of India.

India must have learnt abundant of lessons from their defeat in China war and hope those lessons will be applied judiciously in the next wars. Active and direct use of the Air Force is obviously and primarily one of them.

Ram
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3 years 7 months ago

@ Harsh. The counts given there are the Indian knights who dies fighting. I dont think the commentary has given any count of Chinese deaths except for saying "many times more". THis is possible since the chinese arrived as human waves. I am sure the numbers is X10 as your ridiculous statement.

This is classic example of how an Indian foot soldier has always stood up to his countrys trust bestowed in him. Jai Hind

Ram
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3 years 7 months ago
Battle of Walong This was the only battle of the war in which an Indian unit attacked the Chinese, rather than defending. On 14 November 1962, 6 Kumaon single-handedly attacked and captured Chinese defenses in the Walong sector, Arunachal Pradesh without any artillery or aerial support.[7] The Chinese retaliated with wave after wave of human bodies and artillery. The Kumaonis were vastly outnumbered by over 10 to 1, but held the ground and repulsed every attack until all their ammunition was exhausted, without any logistical support. They then engaged in hand-to-hand combat, and fought to the last man and bullet.… Read more »
Ram
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3 years 7 months ago
Major Shaitan Singh citation for PVC for Battle of Rezang La.Major Shaitan Singh was commanding a company of an infantry battalion deployed at Rezang La in the Chushul sector at a height of about 17,000 feet. The locality was isolated from the main defended sector and consisted of five platoon-defended position. On 18 November 1962, the Chinese forces subjected the company position to heavy artillery, mortar and small arms fire and attacked it in overwhelming strength in several successive waves. Against heavy odds, our troops beat back successive waves of enemy attack. During the action, Major Shaitan Singh dominated the… Read more »
Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
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3 years 7 months ago

Hi,
Punch into google search WHY INDIA LOST THE SINO INDIAN WAR OF 1962- VADAKAYIL
There is more to all this than meets the eye.
Know the naked truth. We must NOT make the same mistakes again.
Be shocked!
Capt ajit vadakayil
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Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 7 months ago

Captian Vadakayil, with all due respoect, it's all conspiracy theories based on no facts or proof what so ever. Please be a bit mature in your analysis.

The real sources are Neville Maxwell's 'India's China War' and Colonel Anil Athale's book (official historian of the war). They both have read the Henderson-Brooks-Bhagwat report which is still classified for no reason other than to protect the Nehru family's image.

Parthvader

captainjohann
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3 years 7 months ago
As a person who was at Rezangla in 1964 to recover the bodies of some 8 of our soldiers who were found by me in the sleeping bags inside the bunkers, this account is as usual a bit exaggerated. Our soldiers fought well and I found plenty of empty rounds only in one of the machine gun nests.My assessment was Chinese surprised us as we tend to depend on the OP manned by a single soldier.We were in heigher ground and Chinese were in lower ground at Spamnggur gap post. But the Chinese were well acclimitised to fight at night… Read more »
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