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Does India need to be invaded by China to wake up?
Very few in India have heard of Taksing.It is the last village on the Tibet (China)-Arunachal Pradesh border, and the first village likely to be invaded if Beijing retaliates.Scarily, it takes jawans THREE days of walking to reach Taksing.In all the noise surrounding the Doklam confrontation, Claude Arpi focuses on a crucial issue that has hardly been covered -- the construction of roads for the armed forces and the local population to reach the most remote border posts. Exclusive: What ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
Diplomatic Enclave: Chinese Move
As China pushes ahead asserting its global 43, other major powers are also looking at the security of the Indian Ocean China dispatched ships carrying military personnel to officially set up its first overseas base in Djibouti, the small East African country ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
Another Sino-Indian impasse? Why India and China should realise this is not 1962
Although the Sikkim border between China and India has often been a source of diplomatic and military tensions in bilateral relations, the Sino-Indian frontier has been largely quiet since 1967 when the two armies fought a short but brutal local war. But it ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
Necessary for India, China to resolve legacy issues such as borders: Shyam Saran
[India], July 20 (ANI): Former foreign secretary Shyam Saran has said both India and China should take steps to try and resolve existing legacy issues such as reaching an understanding on demarcation of borders. Participating in an interaction on the theme ...
 Sify1 month ago
Talks on Sikkim sector row only after withdrawal of Indian troops: China
China today said the diplomatic channels with India are "unimpeded" for talks over the stand-off in the Sikkim sector but for any "meaningful dialogue" the Indian troops must withdraw from the Doklam area over which Beijing has "indisputable sovereignty".
 Deccan Herald1 month ago


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