What is the current conflict between China and India?

Why is there tension on the borders?


It is a common misconception that the tensions ferment at the border and then it reaches the capitals. That never is the case.

The primary duty of a government is to give a decent life to its citizens. And that requires money. Money, which is raised through industries and services. India and China are two of the biggest economies in the world today, and by 2050, China would become the biggest economy with India coming at the second number.

I have lived in Europe and North America and the Made in China has completely overwhelmed me. There are hardly anything that you buy, that is not Made in China. In contrast to that, this laptop that I bought from India, my mobile which I bought from India, my cloths and other accessories are still Made In India. China sees India as a huge untapped market and wants to flood its good with it, however the Indian government has not budged till now and there are still a lot of trade restriction, despite the trade bal…

What is the difference between Reprise and Unplugged?



The terms "reprise" and "unplugged" are absolutely distinct from each other, but have been largely misused in Bollywood music undoubtedly, leading to the meaning of the terms being lost.

Reprise is basically a reproduction or reintroduction of a part of a song or a complete song with different music arrangement, or even lyrics. This arrangement might be wider or more open than the original one.

Unplugged is a more romanticized version of the song, in the sense, that there are absolutely no electric instruments, say electric guitar, bass or even kick drums. This version is much softer than the original one.

The third term that people usually confuse with is "acoustic". This term is usually interchangeable with unplugged, because as you know all the songs that were played in MTV unplugged were basically acoustic. Acoustic is when there is minimum instrumental setup and distortion with no tricks and effects and usually with a simple acoustic guitar (not necessarily). 

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