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Ladakh incident face-off, not skirmish; resolved via bilateral talks: Jaishankar

Addressing the 100-day press conference of the Ministry of External Affairs, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said: “We did not have a skirmish, I want to be very clear I think there was what we call a face-off. It was resolved.”

Kashmir may not be 'major topic' during Modi-Xi meet: Chinese foreign ministry

Last week, a face-off between Indian and Chinese troops in Ladakh was diffused after senior Army officers on both sides held discussions on the same day.

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New China envoy resolves to work towards stronger ties

Sun's immediate priority will be to coordinate with the Indian government for the second informal summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping in India in October.

Raja Mandala: A silk road for the heavens

Even as it shuns the BRI, India is recognising that the corridors spreading out from China have connectivity in space and digital domain.

China defends stand on Masood Azhar at UN: 'Need more time to conduct thorough assessment'

While it is the fourth time in ten years that China has stalled such proceedings, India in response to China’s actions late on Wednesday night said that it was “disappointed” by the outcome but would continue to pursue all available avenues.

Dragon in the room

A year after Doklam, India and China are expanding engagement. They must also move on the border dispute.

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India, China to have new defence MoU, check Doklam-like incidents

The two sides also agreed to handle Doklam-like incidents with sensitivity and resolve them through greater interaction at lower levels in the military.

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.

India, China important engines of regional and global economic growth, says IMF

'For the past several years, India and China have been important engines of regional and global economic growth. In 2017, India and China were responsible for almost half of global growth,' Tao Zhang, IMF Deputy Managing Director, said.

China planning to attack India with Pakistan's help, claims Mulayam Singh Yadav

"There are a number of threats before the country but the biggest threat is from China...it is continuously encroaching on our land and is planning to attack but is not able to advance because of our army," Mulayam Singh Yadav said.

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