All newspaper readers, as well as some news channel viewers, must be aware regarding China India War on the border, how China is attacking us. This is not the only attack that India is facing. China is also involved in hampering our economy badly by interrupting our businesses in India. I have learnt few things, especially unity and patriotism, from China.
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