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India,China ink border pact

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In a landmark development,India and China on Wednesday signed Border Defence Cooperation Agreement (BDCA) to maintain peace and tranquility on the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh exchanging the documents with Wei Wei,Ambassador of China in India after signing of an MoU on Nalanda University as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang looks on,at Great Hall of the People in Beijing,China on Wednesday. (PTI)

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With the signing of the agreement,both the countries reached a comprehensive agreement to avoid border tensions and army face-offs along the LAC by deciding that neither side will use military capability to attack the other side nor tail patrols along the border. (PTI)

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Manmohan Singh and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang reached nine agreements including one on trans-border rivers.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang during a welcoming ceremony outside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing ,China on Wednesday. (PTI)

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The four-page BDCA,signed by Defence Secretary R K Mathur and PLA Deputy Chief of General Staff Lt Gen Sun Jianguo,with 10 clauses that seek to maintain peace,tranquillity and stability along the 4,000 km long the LAC reiterates that neither side shall use its military capability against the other side and that their respective military strengths shall not be used to attack the other side.
Defence Secretary R K Mathur and Deputy Chief of General staff PLA,Lt Gen Sun Jianguo,exchanging documents after signing of an agreement on border defence cooperation as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang looks on,at Great Hall of the People in Beijing,China on Wednesday. (PTI)

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Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh exchanging the documents with Wei Wei,Ambassador of China in India after signing of an MoU on Nalanda University as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang looks on,at Great Hall of the People in Beijing,China on Wednesday. (PTI)

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Minister of State for External Affairs Preneet Kaur delivers statement at the UN Security Council as Ambassador Asoke Mukerji,India's Permanent Representative to the UN and DPR,and Manjeev Singh Puri looks on. (PTI)