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India-China face-off on 15th day

Indian Army personnel stopped China's People's Liberation Army soldiers from building a road in western Bhutan because it would have "serious security implications" for India, New Delhi said on Friday. India also said that its soldiers had approached the ... Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago

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Chinese army denies violating Bhutan's territory

Chinas military today rejected Bhutans allegation that PLA soldiers violated its territory, saying its troops operated on "Chinese territory" and also asked India to "correct" its "wrong doing". "I have to correct when you say Chinese personnel entered ...
 Deccan Herald4 weeks ago China keen to develop diplomatic ties with Bhutan  Deccan Herald1 week ago PLA operated on Chinese land: China denies violating Bhutan’s territory  catchnews.com4 weeks ago

China's attempt to impinge on Bhutan's sovereignty is a scene setter for its 19th National Congress

New Delhi: China's aggressive postures in the Doklam Plateau is but a scene setter for the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China in which President Xi Jinping is expected to be crowned as the undisputed strong leader of the nation with his ...
 Sify1 week ago

Border standoff: India responds to China over charge of clamouring for war

As the standoff between Chinese and Indian troops over road construction on the borders of a 269-sq km plateau in Bhutan worsened on 30 June, India finally reacted to the Chinese provocation. “India is deeply concerned at the recent Chinese ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago Doklam Impasse: Chinese diplomats tell foreign envoys troops running low on patience  Money Control1 week ago Sikkim standoff: Strategic importance of Siliguri corridor and why India should be wary of China  First Post.com3 weeks ago Chinese soldiers should leave Bhutanese territory to reduce tension: India  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Our Army won't keep waiting, China warns India

This has the diplomatic community in Beijing worried, and some have conveyed this message to their Indian counterparts in Beijing and Bhutanese counterparts in New Delhi. Last month, Indian troops blocked Chinese road works in Doklam and have since been in a ...
 MSN India1 week ago For Bhutanese, it's more convenient to opt for India than China  Sify2 weeks ago China needs to know Bhutan vital for India: Defence experts  catchnews.com3 weeks ago Does India need to be invaded by China to wake up?  Rediff.com2 days ago

China standoff: 'The Indian Army should stand firm'

'When sensitive territory goes into the hands of your enemy. he becomes more powerful in military terms.''Assuming the Chinese take over the Doklam Plateau they will not stop at that.''They will keep ingressing, and it will be easier for them to further expand their territory.''I feel the Chinese will vacate that area in two months after it begins to snow.' Lieutenant General Dr D B Shekatkar (retd), PVSM, AVSM, AVSM, was in charge of the entire China front in Arunachal Pradesh during the ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago India's military power at LAC rattles China  Rediff.com2 days ago

India, China and the 'pull back your troops' fracas: Explaining action and reaction on Doklam

Following the latest confrontation between China and India in the Doklam area of Bhutan, there is clearly an edge to the repeated Chinese calls to India to ‘immediately pull back’ Indian troops to their side of the boundary. The Chinese have ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago China should drop road plan for troops pullout, says Centre  Deccan Herald1 week ago China asks India to withdraw troops, daily blames Doval  Sify3 days ago Remember 1962, withdraw troops, China warns India  Sify4 weeks ago

Amid standoff, Cong says Rahul met China, Bhutan ambassadors

Amid the standoff between India and China at the border tri-junction with Bhutan, Congress today said party vice president Rahul Gandhi has met the ambassadors of the neighbouring countries. The party downplayed the meeting and did not specify its venue or ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago 'It is my job to be informed': Rahul defends meeting Chinese envoy  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Rahul meets Chinese envoy: Cong. should come out clean in national interest, says BJP  Sify2 weeks ago Rahul attacks PM Modi, defends his meeting with Chinese envoy  Sify2 weeks ago

Why China wanted to grab Bhutan's land

'The Chinese forces in the narrow Chumbi Valley are currently in the line of sight and fire of Indian forces poised on the ridges along the Sikkim-Tibet border.''Aware of this vulnerability, the Chinese have been eyeing the Doklam plateau,' explains national security expert Nitin A Gokhale. As the military stand-off over Doka La (or the Doklam plateau) between India and China spills over into its second month, it is important to understand both the military and geo-strategic reasons behind ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago China showing 'aggressive posture' as India getting closer to U.S.: Experts  catchnews.com3 weeks ago

China's actions on border risky, could lead to war: Bhutan public

[Bhutan], July 2 (ANI): Criticising China for constructing a road inside Bhutanese territory, residents here have stated that this action by Beijing could lead to war and cautioned the latter not to transgress Bhutan's territorial integrity and sovereignty.
 Sify3 weeks ago China's border action can lead to war: Defence experts  Sify3 weeks ago
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