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In first winter stay, 1,800 Chinese troops camping at Doklam
Around 1,600-1,800 Chinese troops have now virtually established a permanent presence in the Doklam area, near the Sikkim-Bhutan-Tibet trijunction, with the construction of two helipads, upgraded roads, scores of pre-fabricated huts, shelters and stores to withstand the freezing winter in the high-altitude region.Indian security establishment sources said while India "achieved its strategic objective" of not letting China extend its existing road in Doklam southwards towards the Jampheri ridge, ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago
Chinese troops have started withdrawal from Doklam standoff site: Sources
Top Army sources said Chinese troops have started thinning down from the Doklam standoff site and tensions have also subsided. Image for representation Highlights 1 Chinese troops have started thinning down from the Doklam standoff site. 2 However, there are ...
 India Today1 month ago
Doklam row: Ready for two-front war with China, Pak, says IAF chief Dhanoa
Chinese troops are currently present in the Chumbi Valley in the Doklam Plateau
 Business Standard2 months ago
MSN India
1,000 PLA troops still near Doklam
The presence of Chinese soldiers in Chumbi Valley, where the plateau is located, was also acknowledged by Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa during his annual press conference on Thursday. More than five weeks after India and China stepped back from a standoff at ...
 MSN India2 months ago
DNA
Hope Chinese troops near Doklam will move back: BS Dhanoa
Increasing presence of Chinese troops close to the point of a prolonged standoff between Indian and Chinese troops in Doklam is being closely monitored by the Indian security establishment, more than a month after forces agreed to withdraw. Air Force Chief BS ...
 DNA2 months ago
Chinese troops still present in Chumbi Valley, but hope they'll withdraw soon: Dhanoa
[India], October 5 (ANI): Air Chief Marshal B.S. Dhanoa on Thursday said that Chinese troops were still deployed in Tibet's Chumbi Valley post the Doklam stand-off, adding that he hoped they would withdraw soon. "Their (China) forces in the Chumbi Valley are ...
 Sify2 months ago

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