Demonstrators shout slogans at a protest in Delhi by Hindu nationalists during a 2016 call for a boycott of Chinese products. Photo: Reuters

Indians told to boycott Chinese goods after Beijing backs Pakistan on Kashmir

  • Anger is brewing among nationalists who are fanning out across the country to persuade their compatriots to shun products from China
  • Proponents say Indians must hit Beijing where it hurts, but others are wary of a weak economy and urge campaigners to get real
Topic |   China-India relations

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Demonstrators shout slogans at a protest in Delhi by Hindu nationalists during a 2016 call for a boycott of Chinese products. Photo: Reuters
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Protesters in Hong Kong. Photo: Birdy Chu
Debasish Roy Chowdhury
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Debasish Roy Chowdhury

Hong Kong is in India, Kashmir is in China. Right?

  • Hong Kong and Indian Kashmir. One is administered by the world’s biggest democracy and one is the democracy-craving outlier of an authoritarian state.
  • Which is which? These days, it’s hard to tell …

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