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Ajit Doval Meets Xi Jinping in Beijing Amid Border Standoff - The Quint;

Ajit Doval Meets Xi Jinping in Beijing Amid Border Standoff - The Quint

The QuintAjit Doval Meets Xi Jinping in Beijing Amid Border StandoffThe QuintNational Security Adviser Ajit Doval met Chinese President Xi Jinping, on 28 July, along with other BRICS High Representatives. During the meeting in Beijing, chaired by Jinping, Doval and the NSAs of Brazil, Russia, China and South Africa discussed ...and more »

Doklam stand-off: Will NSA Ajit Doval's visit to China help reduce the tension on the border? - Scroll.in;

Doklam stand-off: Will NSA Ajit Doval's visit to China help reduce the tension on the border? - Scroll.in

Scroll.inDoklam stand-off: Will NSA Ajit Doval's visit to China help reduce the tension on the border?Scroll.inThe National Security Adviser is likely to offer withdrawal of Indian troops if China stops road construction in the disputed region. by Saikat Datta. Published Jul 27, 2017 · 07:30 am. Doklam stand-off: Will NSA Ajit Doval's visit to China help reduce ...and more »

China softens stance ahead of Doval's meeting with Xi - Times of India;

China softens stance ahead of Doval's meeting with Xi - Times of India

Times of IndiaChina softens stance ahead of Doval's meeting with XiTimes of IndiaBEIJING: China is giving signs of lowering its belligerence towards India ahead of the visit of Ajit Doval, the National Security Adviser, who will meet Chinese president Xi Jinping and other Chinese leaders on Thursday and Friday. Doval will meet Xi ...and more »

Nuclear superpowers 'on the brink of war' over disputed border - Daily Star;

Nuclear superpowers 'on the brink of war' over disputed border - Daily Star

Daily StarNuclear superpowers 'on the brink of war' over disputed borderDaily StarTWO of the world's largest nuclear superpowers stand on the brink of nuclear war over disputed territory. By Jamie Micklethwaite / Published 27th July 2017. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%. 0:00. Progress: 0%.and more »

Danger at Doklam for India and China - East Asia Forum

Danger at Doklam for India and ChinaEast Asia ForumThe standoff between China and India on the Dolam plateau in the Doklam region has lasted for more than one month. Both sides have miscalculated, with potentially dire consequences. China clearly did not appreciate India's sensitivity towards any ...and more »

Amid Doklam standoff, India set to build border road in Ladakh to access vantage points - The Indian Express;

Amid Doklam standoff, India set to build border road in Ladakh to access vantage points - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressAmid Doklam standoff, India set to build border road in Ladakh to access vantage pointsThe Indian ExpressIn 2016, the region had seen a standoff after Chinese People's Liberation Army personnel entered an area near Demchok sector, 250 km east of Leh, and stopped work on a civilian project. The irrigation canal was being built under MNREGA scheme for ...and more »

Ajit Doval lands in Beijing amid Doklam standoff - The Indian Express;

Ajit Doval lands in Beijing amid Doklam standoff - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressAjit Doval lands in Beijing amid Doklam standoffThe Indian ExpressThe NSA reached Beijing on Wednesday to attend a two-day BRICS security summit. "To resolve this issue, the Indian border troops must withdraw without further ado, as Foreign Minister Wang Yi said. That would be the precondition and basis for any ...and more »

India needs to mix toughness with tact after Chinese media claims, 'if the Doklam conflict is resolved through ... - Daily Mail;

India needs to mix toughness with tact after Chinese media claims, 'if the Doklam conflict is resolved through ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailIndia needs to mix toughness with tact after Chinese media claims, 'if the Doklam conflict is resolved through ...Daily MailNational Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval is in Beijing today for the BRICS security conference beginning July 27, will have to mix toughness with tact. The standoff near the Doklam plateau at the trijunction between India, Bhutan and China is now in ...and more »

Will solve Doklam issue soon, says General VK Singh - The Asian Age;

Will solve Doklam issue soon, says General VK Singh - The Asian Age

The Asian AgeWill solve Doklam issue soon, says General VK SinghThe Asian AgeNew Delhi: As national security adviser Ajit Doval is set for a two-day visit to Beijing, starting on Thursday, for the Brics NSAs meet there, the Indian government told Parliament it was committed to finding an amicable resolution of the stand-off ...and more »

China-India border dispute a grim sign for stability in Asia - The Conversation AU;

China-India border dispute a grim sign for stability in Asia - The Conversation AU

The Conversation AUChina-India border dispute a grim sign for stability in AsiaThe Conversation AUNick Bisley is Executive Director of La Trobe Asia, a member of the Australian Institute for International Affairs' National Executive and a Board member of China Matters. All of these entities receive funding from Australia's federal government.and more »

1962 Sino-India war veterans vows to send their sons to wars if needed - Outlook India

1962 Sino-India war veterans vows to send their sons to wars if neededOutlook Indiabeijing [China], July 27 : The Chinese veterans, who fought the war on the Sino-Indian border 55 years ago, have vowed to send their children to the battle field if another war breaks out. "If needed, we are willing to send our sons and grandsons to ...and more »

Sikkim standoff: On eve of BRICS meet, China says no dialogue until India pulls back troops in Doklam - Financial Express;

Sikkim standoff: On eve of BRICS meet, China says no dialogue until India pulls back troops in Doklam - Financial Express

Financial ExpressSikkim standoff: On eve of BRICS meet, China says no dialogue until India pulls back troops in DoklamFinancial ExpressAhead of National Security Advisor Ajit Doval's visit to Beijing for the BRICS security meeting, China on Wednesday reiterated that no dialogue with India would be possible until the withdrawal of Indian troops in Doklam. By: Apurva | New Delhi ...and more »

Will find amicable solution to Doklam: India - Deccan Herald

Will find amicable solution to Doklam: IndiaDeccan HeraldWith India-China military face-off in western Bhutan continuing on its 39th day, New Delhi said that it was committed to finding an “amicable resolution” acceptable to all the three countries. V K Singh, Minister of State for External Affairs, told the ...and more »

China and India should tone down the rhetoric on border dispute - South China Morning Post;

China and India should tone down the rhetoric on border dispute - South China Morning Post

South China Morning PostChina and India should tone down the rhetoric on border disputeSouth China Morning PostPride is driving the muscle-flexing. But with the risk of conflict so great, soldiers on both sides should back off so that the deadlock can be resolved by negotiators. PUBLISHED : Thursday, 27 July, 2017, 3:31am. UPDATED : Thursday, 27 July, 2017, 3:31am.and more »

Ajit Doval Arrives In Beijing Amid Sikkim Sector Standoff - NDTV;

Ajit Doval Arrives In Beijing Amid Sikkim Sector Standoff - NDTV

NDTVAjit Doval Arrives In Beijing Amid Sikkim Sector StandoffNDTVBeijing: National Security Adviser Ajit Doval arrived in Beijing on Wednesday to attend a meeting of top security officials of the BRICS grouping, amid a standoff between the armies of India and China in the Sikkim sector. Mr Doval is likely to speak ...and more »

The Doklam stand-off - The Hindu

The Doklam stand-offThe HinduUnswerving adherence to the path of neutrality and shunning exhibition of editorial prejudices — hallmark traits of The Hindu which got us old-timers addicted to it — are now showing signs of extinction as far as this daily is concerned. The headline ...and more »

How India and China Have Come to the Brink Over a Remote Mountain Pass - New York Times;

How India and China Have Come to the Brink Over a Remote Mountain Pass - New York Times

New York TimesHow India and China Have Come to the Brink Over a Remote Mountain PassNew York TimesOn a remote pass through Himalayan peaks, China and India, two nuclear-armed nations, have come near the brink of conflict over an unpaved road. It is one of the worst border disputes between the regional rivals in more than 30 years. The road stands ...and more »

More than the Doklam issue, Bhutan worried about hydropower deficits - The Indian Express;

More than the Doklam issue, Bhutan worried about hydropower deficits - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressMore than the Doklam issue, Bhutan worried about hydropower deficitsThe Indian ExpressSome people say that Bhutan is an Indian 'protectorate,' which is not only an inaccurate assessment, but shows a lack of understanding of the increasingly complex and diversified nature of the relationship between the two countries. 54. Shares ...and more »

Five things to watch out for today - Hindu Business Line;

Five things to watch out for today - Hindu Business Line

Hindu Business LineFive things to watch out for todayHindu Business LineThe two-day meeting of BRICS national security advisors will begin today in Beijing. The meet comes in the wake of a stand-off between India and China over Doklam. Lying at the tri-junction of India, Bhutan and China, Doklam is of high strategic ...and more »

Ajit Doval to urge BRICS for stronger counter-terrorism cooperation - Economic Times;

Ajit Doval to urge BRICS for stronger counter-terrorism cooperation - Economic Times

Economic TimesAjit Doval to urge BRICS for stronger counter-terrorism cooperationEconomic TimesNEW DELHI: India will urge greater counter-terror cooperation with focus on denying terrorists access to finance, sanctuaries and weapons when National Security Adviser (NSA) A K Doval meets his counterparts from BRICS member states in China on ...and more »