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Post time 2012-11-25 00:05:38 |Display all floors
Kbay Post time: 2012-11-20 17:35
Chickens will unite both China and India.

The famous Bombay and Hainan chicken dishes should be twi ...

Bombay is not an ancient city. Its a British creation same as Calcutta, Chennai.

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Post time 2012-11-25 00:57:39 |Display all floors
Together ?!?

Hahaha !

Maybe their governments can issue Indo-Chinese passports now withpout any borders at all ?
It is indeed very practical that the party is  judge, legislator, head of the army, executor  and  publisher  all in one in China.

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Post time 2012-11-25 09:27:43 |Display all floors
29042012 Post time: 2012-11-24 22:57
Together ?!?

Hahaha !

Maybe common government in place of their.
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Post time 2012-11-25 10:05:28 |Display all floors
Kbay Post time: 2012-11-25 07:32
Thank you for your bit of irrelevant infomation!

Anyway, I think my friend Ravindra would prefer  ...

I love natives and neighbors more than others.
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Post time 2012-11-26 19:22:42 |Display all floors
Huawei, ZTE ready to share source codes with India


NEW DELHI: Embattled Chinese vendorsHuawei and ZTE are willing to offer the Indian government unrestricted access to the software source codes of all their products as they attempt to ease concerns about a security threat.

Their offer comes as the Indian government is examining a recent report by the US Congress Panel that said the two technology majors from China have ties with that country's government and military and must be barred from mergers and acquisitions in the US.

ET reported last week that Department of Economic Affairs secretary Arvind Mayaram had called a meeting of officials of Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) to discuss the operations of the two Chinese vendors in India in the wake of the US panel's report. Mayaram had also asked the FIPB to decide if India should change its foreign investment policy parameters, if the potential risks envisaged in the US report were possible and whether the country should take preemptive steps in this regard.

Both Huawei and ZTE have denied all allegations leveled by the US.

Huawei's global chief security officer John Suffolk, in a recent interaction with ET, said the company was willing to go the distance to dispel the fears of the Indian government. "We don't make assumptions on what is right or wrong for each country. So we ask governments what objectives do you want us to achieve, and how best can we do that. The source code of Huawei is the crown jewels of Huawei. In any country, where we give access to the source code, we work hard with the security people to protect Huawei's crown jewels. Yes, we have already done this (shared source codes) with other governments," Suffolk said.

"We encourage governments and operators to come and see us in China and we show them everything - source codes, testing, manufacturing, how we train people, how we sell - nothing is hidden from them. Every country has its own culture, standards, their own things that they worry about, and the more we get people taking to us, telling us their concerns, the better our processes become. But we believe that everyone should go through the same process and be driven up to the same standards," Suffolk added.

"We use products of all leading companies such as Microsoft and Cisco, and I have to worry about that too. Trust has to be earned - we will work with the Indian government. We realise there is a risk to Huawei in sharing source codes, but our belief is that the more intimate we are with the government, the more they will trust us," Suffolk said.

Taking a similar stance, Cui Liangjun, chief executive of ZTE India said : "If we do something wrong, we have no future. We want to be a long term player both in India and globally. India is setting up a lab to test all mobile equipment and we are willing to test all our products there. We are also open to sharing our source code. In fact, we already share the source code with our vendors here such as Bharti Airtel and BSNL"
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Post time 2012-11-26 21:33:48 |Display all floors
China derides US 'Cold War mentality' towards telecoms firm Huawei

BEIJING: The United States is exhibiting a "Cold War mentality" with its fears that Chinese telecommunications equipment manufacturer Huawei poses a security risk because of its ties to the Communist Party, China's commerce minister said on Saturday.

The US House of Representatives' Intelligence Committee warned last month that Beijing could use equipment made by Huawei, the world's second-largest maker of routers and other telecom gear, as well as rival Chinese manufacturer ZTE, the fifth largest, for spying.

The report cited the presence of a Communist Partycell in the companies' management structure as part of the reason for concern.

The state role in business prompted a US congressional advisory panel to complain this week that Chinese investment in the United States had created a "potential Trojan horse".

"Can you imagine if China started asking US companies coming to China what their relationship was with the Democratic or Republican parties? It would be a mess," Commerce Minister Chen Deming, himself a Communist Party member, told reporters.

"If you see me as a Trojan horse, how should I view you? By this logic, if the Americans turned it around, they would see that it's not in their interest to think this way."

All Chinese state-owned enterprises and a growing number of private Chinese firms have a Communist Party secretary at the top of their management structure. In most cases, the top management are themselves party members.

Neither Huawei nor ZTE is state-owned. Huawei is owned by its employees and ZTE by different institutions.

Suspicions of Huawei are partly tied to its founder, Ren Zhengfei, a former People's Liberation Army officer. Huawei denies any links with the Chinese military and says it is a purely commercial enterprise.

The Commerce Ministry China last month dismissed the US suspicions as groundless.

"This report by the relevant committee of the US Congress, based on subjective suspicions, no solid foundation and on the grounds of national security, has made groundless accusations against China," spokesman Shen Danyang said.
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Post time 2012-11-26 22:01:29 |Display all floors
China today said India was not only its "important" neighbour but also an "indispensable partner" in global affairs.


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