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Another Sino-Indian impasse? Why India and China should realise this is not 1962
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Another Sino-Indian impasse? Why India and China should realis...

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.com, 6 days ago

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U.S. won't benefit from escalation of Sino-Indian confrontation: Chinese media

[China], July 26 (ANI): Annoyed by an article carried by the Washington Examiner suggesting U.S. to provide support for India's efforts to deter and counter China, Chinese state media has said that Washington won't get any benefits from the escalation of the ...
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What next in the India-China standoff?

'The border standoff, if not properly addressed by both sides, could escalate to a conventional or sub-conventional conflict between India and China,' predicts Srikanth Kondapalli, one of India's leading China experts. The continued military standoff at the Sikkim-Bhutan-Tibet tri-junction has led to speculation about the possibilities for confidence building measures, diplomatic intervention, or even conventional or sub-conventional skirmishes between India and China. In the light of ...
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Rahul Gandhi's mysterious visit to Chinese Embassy - The background

Is the Doklam faceoff, India’s Cuban crisis moment? Are some politicians and agents facilitating China’s aggressive geopolitical moves in Kashmir and Chumbi Valley? Was Rahul Gandhi’s mysterious visit to the Chinese embassy to leverage an external power ...
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Will not pursue Air India bid if not profitable: Indigo President Aditya Ghosh assures employees

Having joined the race to buy out Air India, IndiGo President Aditya Ghosh has told employees that it will not embark on the journey if it is not profitable and jeopardises interests of the airline. Making its intention clear to become a world-class ...
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India has a military advantage over Pakistan

'Should the two armies clash in a conventional battlefield, the advantage will pass more and more to the Indians as the battle progresses,' says Brigadier S K Chatterji (retd). The Pakistani budget for the next financial year was presented on May 26. The Rs 4.75 trillion budget (all figures are in Pakistani rupees, except where specified), allocates Rs 920.2 billion for defence. India has allotted $52 bn for its defence budget as compared to Pakistan’s $8.8 billion. Pakistan ranks 23rd ...
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China's secret helpers in India

Ever since Major Gogoi rescued a team of election officials and security personnel from stone pelters, and ever since the Indian dispensation has cracked down on Hurriyat, the liberal network of Jihadi and Maoist backers are on an overdrive. The Army ...
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Why can't we have a better relationship with China?

'China's deep involvement in the stability and economic and political success of Pakistan actually produces some elements of congruence with India's core interest in a stable and productive relationship with Pakistan.''It is not far-fetched for us to pursue that congruence and with ingenuity work out with China a formula that also satisfies our formal position on PoK,' argues Ambassador Kishan S Rana.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Several weeks ago, at a book discussion in New Delhi, two ...
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CPEC, Gilgit Baltistan and Pakistani economy.

[United Kingdom], May 9 (ANI): CPEC is, no doubt, a big project with many dimensions and many targets. It is hailed as a 'game changer'. However, debate still goes on in Pakistan and around the globe, in whose favour the game will change, as a weak partner in ...
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China hails PM Modi's active foreign policy amid Doklam row

China has lauded Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi 's active foreign policy, saying that he has reformed the country's foreign investment policy and encouraged domestic enterprises to go into the international market. In an analytical news report titled ...
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