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Xi Jinping visit: Border issue not off the table, indicates India

India, China hold flag meet on Ladakh incursion

A file photo of five tents erected by intruding Chinese troops inside Indian territory in Daulat Beg Oldi sector of Ladakh in 2013. Photo: PTI New Delhi : Amid a continuing stand-off at the border, India and China on Thursday held a flag meeting ..., 5 days ago

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Chinese troops enter 25km into Indian territory

A file photo of intruding Chinese troops in Daulat Beg Oldi sector of Ladakh. Photo: PTI Leh/New Delhi: Chinese troops are reported to have entered 25-30km deep into Indian territory in Burtse area of Ladakh where they had pitched their tents ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago Chinese military acknowledges 2013 Ladakh incursion  Deccan Chronicle2 months ago Is India soft towards China?  Meri News1 month ago Do not panic  Asian Age1 month ago

PLA plays down Ladakh standoff, says situation under control

A file photo of Chinese incursion in the Daulat Beg oldi sector. Photo: PTI Beijing: Playing down the continuing standoff at the Ladakh border region, China's military on Thursday said such incidents are sometimes inevitable but the situation is ...
 Livemint.com6 days ago Situation at Ladakh Under 'Effective Control', Says PLA  Outlook India6 days ago Chinese army plays down Ladakh standoff  Rediff.com6 days ago China`s PLA plays down Ladakh standoff, says situation under control  ZeeNews.com6 days ago

India must keep vigil at borders

Thanks to efforts of the Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and her counterpart Wang Yi at the margins of the UN General Assembly. The Chinese troops have begun withdrawing from Chumar in Ladakh following the flag meeting between two ...
 Millennium Post16 hours ago
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Rijiju says will not accept Chinese intrusion at border

NEW DELHI: India will not accept any kind of intrusion by China along the border and will defend its territory, Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said on Monday. These incidents are happening. But we are very, very clear this time that we ...
 The Gulf Today1 day ago Rijiju Says India Will Not Accept Any More Chinese Intrusions  Outlook India2 days ago Govt won't accept any Chinese intrusion along border: Rijiju  Business Standard India2 days ago 'India won't accept any Chinese intrusion along border'  Punjabkesari2 days ago

China And India: Rational Irrationality And Parallel Pathways Analysis

By By Rahul Bhonsle The visit of President Xi Jinping to India underlined recent trends in India China relations that of rational irrationality leading to parallel pathways of cooperation and confrontation between Asia's largest states ...
 Eurasia Review1 day ago
Times of India

India-China face-off ends, troops pull back from Ladakh

NEW DELHI: Indian and Chinese troops on Friday began to withdraw from their forward positions in the Chumar sector of eastern Ladakh after a 16-day military face-off there, in tune with the agreement to de-escalate tensions and refrain from ...
 Times of India4 days ago

Observation hut at Chumar may be razed

Sources said the possibility of the observation hut being eventually dismantled by the Indian Army at Chumar in Ladakh is not ruled out. Any dismantling will, however, be viewed as a rerun of the resolution of the standoff at Daulat Oldi Beg (DBO) in Ladakh ...
 Asian Age4 days ago

The Real Threat from China's Military: Going "Rogue"

Chinese leader Xi Jinping was humiliated during his just-completed meeting with his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, turning the long-awaited summit into a fiasco, according to one observer. Sino-Indian relations, which were supposed to be ...
 National Interest5 days ago
Times of India

India, China set to end 16-day Chumar stand-off by Saturday

NEW DELHI: India and China are all set to end their 16-day-long military faceoff in the Chumar sector of eastern Ladakh after a high-level flag meeting between the rival armies ended on "a positive note" in the high-altitude region on Thursday ...
 Times of India5 days ago India, China push in more soldiers into Chumar but they maintain distance from each other  Times of India1 week ago
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