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India could not have handled Doklam crisis without hard power: Gurumurthy

India does not want anybody's territory but would also not allow any other country to occupy its territory, RSS ideologue S Gurumurthy said.

Talk and talk

There is no substitute to diplomacy in resolving the Doklam crisis. NSA talks in Beijing is a good beginning

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We received govt’s support despite Doklam standoff: Huawei India CEO Jay Chen

Chinese telecom equipment and smartphone maker Huawei’s India CEO Jay Chen said that the business has received support from all departments of India’s government.

Possible Chinese still in north Doklam: Foreign Secretary, predecessor told panel after faceoff ended

The military faceoff at Doklam between India and China started on June 16, 2017, when a Chinese road construction party tried to build a road in the Doklam region and was stopped by Indian troops from Doka La.

Solved Doklam dispute with ‘maturity’, without losing ground: Sushma Swaraj

The Congress termed Swaraj’s statement as “half-truth” and “misleading”.

China, India agree to maintain border peace as PM Modi wraps up informal summit

The Prime Minister invited Xi to India for a similar "informal summit" in 2019, to which the Chinese premier expressed hope that they will be able to meet in similar formats.

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Indian Army rejects China's accusations of 'transgression' in Arunachal, says it would continue patrols up to LAC

The Chinese officials also accused the Indian side of damaging its road building equipment when a road laying party left its equipment in Tuting in December last year following a protest by India. The Indian Army rejected those allegations as well, reported PTI.

Stepping back from Maldives, India tells China

“The days when India believed that South Asia was its primary sphere of influence and that it could prevent other powers, such as China, from expanding its own clout are long gone,” a senior government official told The Indian Express.

Envoy to China speaks, India’s tough talk on Doklam ahead of PM visit

Modi will visit Qingdao in China for the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit on June 9-10, Bambawale has confirmed. While it was known that Modi is likely to visit China, this is the first time the dates have been announced officially.

China building helipads, other infrastructure in Doklam area: Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman

On whether India has taken up the matter with China, she said issues relating to the border are regularly taken up with the Chinese side through diplomatic channels and at Border Personnel Meetings.

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