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

On 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 »

China praises PM Narendra Modi's leadership, courts India on trade despite Doklam standoff - India Today

Under PM Narendra Modi, India has implemented an active foreign policy, a commentary released by the official Xinhua news agency said. Ananth Krishnan | Posted by Shashank Shantanu. Follow @ananthkrishnan Beijing, July 26 ...and more »

NSA Ajit Doval to meet China's Xi Jinping as tension over Doklam peaks - India Today

The call-on is unlikely to provide a platform to discuss substantive issues, and is more a courtesy call. Xi Jinping had similarly met with the BRICS Foreign Ministers following their summit in Beijing last month. Ananth Krishnan | Posted by Shruti ...and more »

Withdraw troops, no other Doklam resolution: Beijing - The Tribune

China today continued to send hostile signals on the Doklam standoff. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Indian troops must withdraw as senior Indian officials had openly admitted that Chinese troops “did not enter the Indian boundary”. He also ...and more »

Fears China, India conflict will boil over into all-out war over disputed territory -

THERE'S a hidden conflict between two of the world's biggest nuclear-armed countries — and it could boil over into an all-out brawl. APJuly 26, 201712:00pm. Indian activists of the Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party protest outside the Chinese ...and more »

This is how world media reacted to Doklam conflict between India, China - International Business Times, India Edition

India has accused China of building roads on the India-China-Bhutan tri-junction and its People's Liberation Army (PLA) of intruding into Indian territory in Sikkim. By : Devyani Sultania. July 26, 2017 19:33 IST. The India-China Stand-off At Sikkim ...and more »

Sikkim stand-off | Fault lines in Sino-Indian ties - Daily News & Analysis

The Doklam standoff has reached a stalemate, or so it seems. The Chinese have been raining threats, warnings and war similes with routine regularity while raising the decibels of propaganda, psywar, and mind games — all short of an ultimatum for war ...and more »

Chinese media: Doval visit won't sway China over border standoff with India - Business Standard (press release) (blog)

The BRICS National Security Advisers' meeting is a routine conference held in preparation for the BRICS Summit, and is not a platform to address Sino-Indian border skirmishes." ANI | Beijing [China] Last Updated at July 26, 2017 09:39 IST. Tiny URL Add ...and more »

China to India: 'It Is Easier to Shake the Mountains Than to Shake the PLA' - The Diplomat

The tension between China and India along the border is still on the rise. On July 24, the Chinese Defense Ministry warned India to “abandon any illusions” about China's determination to defend its territory. As the 90th anniversary of the founding of ...and more »

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

Ahead 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 »