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NSA Ajit Doval in Beijing this week: Amid Sikkim stand off, all eyes on BRICS NSA summit which begins on 27 July
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'Main schemer' Doval's visit won't resolve Doklam standoff: Ch...

NSA Ajit Doval is scheduled to visit Beijing for the BRICS NSAs' meet between July 27-28 Business Standard, 19 hours ago
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China urges ASEAN to reject outside interference

Beijing urged Southeast Asian nations today to unite and "say no" to outside forces seeking to interfere in the South China Sea dispute, in an apparent swipe at the United States ahead of a regional summit. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi made the statement ...
 Business Standard18 hours ago South China Sea dispute: Beijing urges ASEAN to reject external forces attempting to interfere  First Post.com18 hours ago Beijing builds high-tech cinema on disputed South China Sea island  MSN India23 hours ago Beijing urges ASEAN to oppose US intervention in South China Sea  Prokerala14 hours ago
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India-China war of words becomes more critical

The month-long military standoff on the border near Sikkim may be about to enter the home stretch this weekend, as Beijing draws its 'red line', writes MK Bhadrakumar. Read more here.
 Rediff.com18 hours ago Sikkim standoff can trigger 'all  State Times1 week ago Sikkim standoff: China's economic stakes in India is no worry for Beijing  Rediff.com1 week ago Sikkim standoff will not hit India-China cultural, economic ties says top Beijing official  First Post.com2 weeks ago
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China asks India to withdraw troops, daily blames Doval

Beijing: China on Tuesday renewed a call for India to pull back from Doklam, with its Foreign Minister Wang Yi reacting for the first time on the raging crisis which has pitted the two armies against each other in the Sikkim section. As Wang blamed New Delhi ...
 Sify12 hours ago Chinese Foreign Minister accuses India of sparking Doklam row  Sify16 hours ago India responsible for border mess, must pull back: Chinese Foreign Minister  Prokerala18 hours ago 'Closely and carefully' following India-China standoff: US  Business Standard4 days ago
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Amid Doklam stand-off, Army Vice Chief warns `China bound to be a future threat to India`

Amid a bitter stand-off with China, Indian Army`s Vice Chief Sarath Chand said on Tuesday that Beijing is bound to be a threat to India in the years to come. New Delhi: Amid a bitter stand-off with China, Indian Army`s Vice Chief Sarath Chand said on Tuesday ...
 Zee News16 hours ago Army Chief Bipin Rawat to visit Sikkim amid standoff with China  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

BRICS Youth Forum opens in Beijing

The 2017 BRICS Youth Forum opened here in China on Tuesday to discuss youth development in the BRICS member-nations.Themed "Enhance BRICS Partnership, Promote Youth Development," the three-day forum gathered 50 youth representatives working as civil servants, ...
 Prokerala16 hours ago BRICS Trade Union Forum kicks off in Beijing  Prokerala1 day ago
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Armed conflict 'inevitable' if Doklam standoff continues: Chinese media

Beijing on Monday warned India that it would defend its territorial integrity at all costs
 Business Standard1 day ago Chinese media slams Swaraj  The Assam Tribune4 days ago Sikkim standoff to worsen if India doesn't pull back troops: Chinese media  Business Standard1 week ago India can ensure regional economic progress by controlling actions on border: Chinese media  Sify3 days ago
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Ajit Doval in Beijing: China hints at bilateral talks with India at BRICS NSAs meet

Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang, during a briefing, left the door open for talks between Doval and Yang by saying that he cannot confirm it. The post Ajit Doval in Beijing: China hints at bilateral talks with India at BRICS NSAs meet appeared first ...
 First Post.com1 day ago China hints at Doval-Yang bilateral at BRICS NSAs meet  The Financial Chronicle1 day ago China hints Doval may meet its top diplomat amid border row  Prokerala1 day ago Amid Sikkim standoff, China hints bilateral at BRICS NSA meet  Rediff.com1 day ago
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Don't push your luck, pull back troops: China threatens India over Sikkim standoff

Beijing : China threatened India on Monday to not to harbour any illusions about the People's Liberation Army's ability to defend its territory. "Shaking a mountain is easy but shaking the People's Liberation Army is hard," Defence Ministry spokesman Wu Qian ...
 Sify1 day ago China destroys Indian bunker in Sikkim, justifies road construction  Rediff.com3 weeks ago China bulldozes Indian bunker in Sikkim  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Chinese troops cross Sikkim border after India 'blocks road building', destroy bunkers  Rediff.com4 weeks ago

Shaking a mountain is easy but shaking Chinese Army is hard: Beijing on Dokalam stand-off

New Delhi and Beijing have been engaged in the standoff in the Dokalam area near the Bhutan tri-junction since June. Beijing: Amid a dragging stand-off on the border between the two Asian giants, China on Monday warned India not to underestimate the People's ...
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