Indo-China


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Indo-China

[ˈɪndəʊˈtʃaɪnə] NIndochina f

Indo-China

[ˌɪndəʊˈtʃaɪnə] nIndochine f
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French Indo-China had been overrun, filled up, by Chinese immigrants.
89 PRO, FO 371/46322, JP(45)83, Joint Planning Staff report, "French Indo-China - Recognition of General Blaizot", 19 Apr.
On the other side of the world, Japan consolidated its hold on Indo-China and on April 13, 1941, signed a nonaggression pact with the Soviet Union.
He was from 2nd battalion of the ASSAM Regiment and had the distinction of participating in three wars viz World War II, Indo-Pak War of 1947 -48 and Indo-China War of 1962.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Laptops, All-in-one Desktops, Printers and UPS in connection with Construction of Indo-China Border Road from Nyu Sobla to Sela-Tedang in district Pithoragarh of Uttarakhand
This spacecraft's high performance beams are expected to support the rapidly growing markets in South Asia and Indo-China, as well as provide expansion capacity for DTH, VSAT and government applications.
This historic landing by such an aircraft will enable the forces to exploit the inherent advanced capabilities of the aircraft by increased capability to induct troops, improve communication," the ministry stated The base was built during the Indo-China conflict in 1962 and came into prominence when Packet aircraft of the IAF operated from DBO between 1962 and 1965, the ministry stated, adding, the base was reactivated in 2008.
Overseas expansion also appears to be executed in a disciplined manner focusing on Greater China and Indo-China markets where the bank has an established presence,' it said.
Indo-China and China are already seeing a big increase in popularity, with Cambodia bookings 30% up.
Asia is to be encircled from Turkey and Arabia to Formosa, the Philippines, Okinawa, Japan, and the Aleutians, and is to live under the threat of United States air bases, including new ones in Pakistan, with United States trained and equipped armies in Turkey, Pakistan, Indo-China, Formosa, Korea, and the Philippines--"Asians to fight Asians"--with United States naval units patrolling Asian waters from Suez through the Straits to the China Sea, and with the Indian Ocean and Far Pacific held firmly in the steel grip of a United States militarism whose first task consists in safeguarding American Big Business interests in essential resources such as oil, tin, and rubber, and in profitable markets for goods and investments.
The Rev Ray Rossiter, a former PoW who spent more than three years in Japanese-controlled camps in Thailand and Indo-China, said the dedication service was a very emotional moment for those who worked on the line.

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