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    China protests against PM Narendra Modi on visting Arunachal Pradesh

    Beijing: China today voiced its “firm opposition” to the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Arunachal Pradesh which it claims as part of South Tibet and said it would lodge a diplomatic protest with India. “China’s position on the China-India boundary question is consistent and clear-cut,” said Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang in response to reports that Modi visited Arunachal Pradesh today.

  • PM Narendra Modi: Dialogue is the only way to resolve conflicts

    New Delhi: Dialogue is the only way to cut through deep-rooted religious stereotypes and prejudices that divide communities across the world and sow seeds of conflict between nations and societies, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today.

  • China needs to acknowledge that India is a force to be reckoned with: Former Diplomat

    Washington: Amid the ongoing standoff between Indian and Chinese troops at the Dokalam area in the Sikkim sector, a former US diplomat has said that China needs to acknowledge that India is “a force to be reckoned with” and countries in the region are unsettled by Beijing’s behaviour. “China, I think, needs to acknowledge the fact that there is growing strategic and security capability across Asia, and certainly India is a force to be

  • India-China border stand-off: 4 disputed facts

    The verbal spat between China and India on Monday escalated as Beijing said the Indian Army’s action to stop Chinese troops from constructing a road in an area near Sikkim is a “betrayal” of the stance taken by successive Indian governments and India must withdraw from the region. Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said the Sino-India border in the Sikkim sector is well demarcated.

  • India-China Border dispute: What it is all about

    The recent skirmishes between India and China is about the incident that took place in Doko-La (or Donglong) tri-junction area, where India had earlier objected to road that China is building towards Bhutan. The Chinese claim that they were constructing the road within their territory, which led to jostling between the two sides and demolition of the bunker. The crisis escalated and came into public domain once China sent Indian pilgrims on

  • China will resolutely safeguard its sovereignty: Chinese experts

    Beijing: China will resolutely safeguard its sovereignty in the border conflicts with India even at the cost of war, Chinese experts warned today, amid a standoff between the two nations in the Sikkim sector. As the standoff at the Doklam area continued for the third week, the longest between the two countries, the official media and the think-tanks here said that ‘war is possible if the conflict between India and China is not
    handled properly’.

  • US envoy’s Arunachal trip irks China Beijing

    China has warned the US that any interference by it in the Sino-India boundary dispute will make it “more complicated” and “disturb” hard-won peace at the border, days after the US envoy in India visited Arunachal Pradesh which Beijing claims as southern Tibet.