Government sources say the incident took place on December 28, nearly four months after the end of the 73-day long Doklam standoff.
The Chinese foreign minister said that the peaceful resolution of the Doklam issue reflects the political maturity of both sides.
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China publicly remained silent on pull-out of Chinese troops in Doklam, but explicitly stated that all Indian troops have withdrawn and that it will continue to “exercise its sovereign rights”.
The Chinese statement made no mention of whether its personnel had been removed and the road construction project ended.
The visit took place after Beijing kept up the official rhetoric on Doklam with the release of a position paper in early August.
Beijing: China today blamed Indian soldiers for “violent action” against its troops during a standoff at Pangong Lake in Ladakh on August 15 leading to scuffles and stone pelting, and has lodged a protest with India. Indian border guards said they had foiled an attempt by Chinese soldiers to […]
Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar also claimed that China has not shared any hydrological data with India this year.
Nearly half of India’s weapons, including tanks and artillery guns, have stocks for less than ten days of combat.
Andrew Small, an expert on China and its relations with Pakistan and the US discusses the wider context to the ongoing standoff at Doklam.
Vinod Dua talks about the Rajya Sabha, and the possibility of a war with China and its implications for India.
Ajit Doval held talks with his Chinese counterpart and state councillor Yang Jiechi on the sidelines of the BRICS NSA’s meeting.
As per the official programme, Doval will also call on Chinese President Xi Jinping tomorrow along with fellow top security officials of the BRICS countries.
How have the Indian and Chinese media been covering the Doklam standoff?
Today, as two Asian powers face off with Bhutan at the centre of this delicate situation, the outcome will show whether the Asian century has a chance to be a peaceful one, or whether it will replay the violence of the colonial period.
Nepal’s position is such that it stands to suffer when India and China get close, and even when they drift apart.
She also accused China of building roads using bulldozers and excavators, which has been protested by Bhutan in writing to China.
Why did Bhutan, which stood by India during its conflict with China and Pakistan, drift away? What caused the crisis in bilateral relations in 2013?
The all-party meeting called by the Indian government on Friday apparentlys aim to “build consensus” on how to deal with China.
From the start, China has been on public relations blitzkrieg in the Doklam stand-off with daily statements from the foreign and defence ministries.
Jaitley, who responded to China’s reference to the war the two countries had fought 55 years ago asking India to learn from “historic lessons”, had said, “If they are trying to remind us, the situation in 1962 was different and India of 2017 is different.”
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India, along with the US under the Donald Trump administration, is hesitant about the proposed investment facilitation up for discussion at the upcoming G20 Summit in Germany.
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