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China builds air assets in Tibet, Indian missile units head east

For the contentious eastern border with China, the IAF also plans to deploy a squadron each of Chinook and Apache helicopters, besides the Russian S-400 missile system and a squadron of the Rafale fighter aircraft.

Sushma Swaraj to meet wang Yi today: India, China foreign ministers to discuss relationship for 2019

The discussions, which will take place as the first High-Level Mechanism on People-to-People Exchanges meets, is crucial for India, since it faces elections in the early half of 2019.

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Indian elephant, Chinese dragon must dance together: Chinese Foreign Minister

Bilateral ties were affected by a number of issues last year, including the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, China blocking efforts at the UN to list JeM chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist as well as India's entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG).

Mastering the seas

The absence of an over-arching vision which views the Indian Ocean region in a long-term perspective has led to the neglect of maritime issues critical to India’s vital interests

China envoy talks tough: Situation grave, no compromise, India must pull back

“The first priority is that the Indian troops unconditionally pull back to the Indian side of the boundary. That is the precondition for any meaningful dialogue between China and India,” China’s Ambassador to India Luo Zhaohui said.

NPT not required for Nuclear Suppliers Group membership: India

China has opposed India's bid to get Nuclear Suppliers Group membership on the ground that it was yet to sign the Non-Proliferation Treaty.

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China evades response to presence of its troops in PoK

India has conveyed its protest to China on the corridor connecting China's Xinjiang province with Pakistan's Gwadar port as it goes through PoK along the Karakoram Highway.

In defence plan, China eyes bigger role in open seas

Without referencing India, the white paper on defence, released in Beijing notes that “certain disputes over land territory are still smoldering”.

APEC doors open for India, President Xi, Sushma Swaraj discuss progress in ties

Swaraj also said the RIC has supported a 1996 proposal tabled by India in the United Nations on countering terrorism.

How to charm a dragon

Prime Minister Modi’s visit to China could be a step towards making a fraught relationship functional.

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