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Tag Archives: Indo-China Relations

Ladakh MP Namgyal visits people living near LAC, promises safety

Ladakh MP

Amid the standoff with China, Ladakh MP, Jamyang Tsering Namgyal, toured border areas of eastern Ladakh and promised safety, security and overall development to residents along with Pangong Lake near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) where tension is prevailing. In his three-day tour, Ladakh MP visited Thakung and Chartse Posts and examined the actual position at Finger 4 and …

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The Collateral Relationship Between India and Nepal: Conflicts with China

India and Nepal

The Indo-China relationship began in the year 1950 when India ended its formal ties with the Republic of Taiwan, which is now known as China, and also recognised it as the legitimate government of Mainland China. China and India are two of the fastest growing economic countries in the world, and their growth in diplomacy and economic impact has increased the significance of the …

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China’s vulnerability, India’s opportunity

Indo-China Relations

India has reportedly decided not to join the US–led counter to China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). The US initiative, which is a trilateral one involving Japan and Australia, was launched at the first Indo-Pacific Business Forum meeting on July 30 and seeks to fund infrastructure projects in the region for which about USD 113 million has been earmarked. India …

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India, China Hold Talks on Long-running Border Dispute

India China

NEW DELHI — India and China on Friday discussed ways to prevent a repeat of a recent face-off between their armed forces at a Himalayan plateau where their borders meet and agreed that resolving their boundary disagreements served the interests of both countries. Relations between the two Asian giants have often been strained, partly due to an undemarcated border. They fought …

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