China media wars: What should be India's fitting response?

China media wars: What should be India's fitting response?

Gaurav C Sawant | August 22,2017

It is difficult to escape the feeling that the high-pitched campaign from the Chinese media is at the behest of the government.

It is difficult to escape the feeling that the high-pitched campaign and the torrent of words from the Chinese media are aimed at the Chinese audience, spoken at the behest of the state. If the Chinese media is indeed free, then it's time they stood up and showed the government the reality.

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