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India, China, Pakistan trilateral cooperation can help maintain peace, says Beijing envoy; MEA dismisses suggestion

Dwelling on Sino-Indian ties, Chinese envoy to India Luo Zhaohui said it is quite natural to have differences but they need to be controlled and managed through cooperation.

Sushma, Sitharaman did not confront China on Doklam: Congress

Noting Modi was slated to visit China later this month for an informal summit meeting with President Xi Jinping, it asked if he will take up the issue.

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In breaking of ice, Foreign Secy Vijay Gokhale visits China; Pakistan on table

Vijay Gokhale was in Beijing on the day China lifted its objections to grey-listing of Pakistan with the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) over terror financing, in a major achievement for Delhi.

China wanted to split India, Bhutan through Doklam: Former NSA Shivshankar Menon

Delving into various aspects of border management, Menon said the armed forces must take the people of the border areas of North Eastern states into confidence on such issues. 

Status quo not altered at Doklam, says MEA

Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar's remarks come in the wake of media reports about China carrying out some infrastructure development in the disputed region.

Major reduction in Chinese troops in Doklam: Army Chief Bipin Rawat

“There has been a very major reduction (of troops) from the Chinese side,” General Bipin Rawat told the media on the sidelines of an Army-industry seminar on indigenisation.

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In shadow of Doklam tension: SSB raising strength on Bhutan border, plans new outposts

Even after the government recently announced that the standoff, which began in July this year, had broken off and the forces receded, both the Indian Army and the Chinese PLA are holding positions at a distance from the original confrontation site on Doklam plateau.

Doklam row: China hints at maintaining sizable troop presence in winter

The continued presence of Chinese troops near Yatung close to Doklam reportedly prompted India too to maintain its troops presence there.

President Kovind appreciates Bhutan's support in resolving Doklam issue

Ram Kovind, who met Bhutan King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, the queen and the prince at Rashtrapati Bhavan, said the security concerns of India and Bhutan are indivisible and mutual

Pak envoy Abdul Basit wades into Doklam row, meets China and Bhutan ambassadors

While all three are tightlipped on the meetings, one of them told The Indian Express Friday, “What (is the) issue? Diplomats meet routinely.” Asked if the Doklam issue was discussed at the meeting, he said, “We discuss all issues.”

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