V Gangadhar says China can a learn a less or two from India when it comes to war of love.
It is a sad fact that of late the two major Asian powers India and China have not Seeing Eye to eye. This development is causing unrest in the region. However there are possibilities of a breakthrough in this stalemate and who known it may be back to the good old, ‘Hindi chini bhai bhai again’. Both India and China will shortly launch a diplomatic offensive to sort things out and go back to the good old days.
It may come as a shock to India-China Watchers that this development took place because of some strain involving the HRD Ministry and its equivalent in China. No, it had nothing to do with recent upheavals in the ministry and the transfer of the concerned minister Smriti Irani to the textiles Ministry. The ministry personnel are tight-lipped and one does not hear rumours on Irani’s removal from the ministry.
Strangely, early signs of the trouble began with happenings at China’s newly-started Tanjin University and its introduction of ‘Theory And Practice of Romantic Relations’ courses not often included in China’s university courses. Inspired by the recent overall liberalization of university courses all over the region and the popularity of the successful visits of a couple of Japanese geisha schools delegations to China and the starting of their branches in the mainland did cause some heartburning in conservative circles, the overall reactions were satisfactory. Applications from neighbouring countries poured in and India topped list.
But there were some troubles from Indian universities and the education ministry. The Chinese government’s propaganda blitz that Tanjin university topped list in teaching topics like ‘Everything you wanted to know about sex but were afraid to ask’. Chinese leaders went around the world (as against Modi’s 82 foreign trips in 26 months the Chinese President undertook a whirlwind 118 forging trips in 22 months propagating steamy adult movies and announced a further relaxation of the ‘Two Children Only’ for Chinese couples.
The sex war situation got hotter in the region. India abolished the Censor Board and introduced on TV ‘red hot inflammable movies’ to arouse the audiences. Stars like Mallika Sherawat were sent on goodwill visits to China and neighbouring nations with extra skimpy bikinis. Every night there were extra fashion shows with the contestants wearing next to nothing. NaMo leadership was gratefully acknowledged by the youth who threw out former members of the Moral Brigade and were banished from all government posts.
It was the age of Liberation for India ushered in by the BJP of all people Schools and colleges installed statues in their premises of poses of statues from Khajuraho and other erotic centres. Leaders from all over the world in including the People were present at a glittering function at Hawaii where India was rechristened Kamdesh. China lost heavily in the Love War.