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because of international pressure?
"China soon declared victory, withdrew back to the McMahon Line and returned Indian prisoners of war in 1963 primarily because of international pressure. " I don＇t think so. I think the main reason for China's withdrawal is that the army's logistics supply can not keep up. As we all know, The environment of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau is extremely bad.In addition, at this time China's three years of difficult times just over, the domestic environment is not good, the war should not drag on for a long time. Also, at the time of the Sino Soviet evil, and the escalation of the war with India will lead to more pressure on China. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 泽璟瑄 (talk • contribs) 10:20, 15 April 2017 (UTC)
I agree what you say. However, the Christians are growing fast and traditional religions are in decline, although it needs to be somewhat neutralised. Well, I think you follow up at the links stated on the links page.
I will try to neutralise the content within the next few days. However, all edits are welcome.
Mr Tan 22:43, Feb 16 2005 (UTC)
- About the Christian population growth, the same can be said in an encyclopedic tone rather than accusing missionaries of "killing" tribal customs. If we can obtain some images, this page migh well be a FA someday like Sikkim. Nichalp 18:41, Feb 16, 2005 (UTC)
Mr Tan: Is the image of the districts of AP copyright free? You would have to tag the image if it is under GFDL or in Public Domain. I've checked my references -- Manorama Year Book 2003' for Arunachal Pradesh but I have nothing much to add. I just have basic information on the districts, that 80% of the people are tribal and 2/3rd of the state is under forest cover. Not much to add I'm afraid. Nichalp 18:22, Feb 28, 2005 (UTC)
How come only Adi,Monpa and Nishi are official languages of Arunachal Pradesh. If you see the diversity of Arunachal tribes and sub-tribes you will find every district are speaking different dialects. Only Hindi and English are mostly spoken languages. I myself donot speak Adi,Monpa and Nishi dialect........ and am very much from arunachal pradesh. When you create any information about particular state it should have proper information otherwise it creates confusion for every one. Most appropriate and true information about arunachal pradesh is that every districts speaks own dialects and most importantly hindi is spoken almost every corner of arunachal pradesh.
whats the main food eaten here? whenever i search for it heare i never get it. Why is that so when i clearly type the topic?
Use of 'Communist China' as a pejorative to push an agenda
Bharatveer, can you please stop reverting my edits. You are getting close to 3RR. Your comparison of Communist China and Democratic India is designed to push an opinion. This is not the place - just keep it to facts. A country's name should not be preceded by an adjective unless absolute necessary and relevant. I get the feeling you are biased against China. If you want to discuss merits of so-called communism in China and so called democracy in India do it elsewhere. I have modified the section to a neutral tone and added a reference. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Bakashi10 (talk • contribs) 11:28, August 26, 2007 (UTC)