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India of 2017 different from India of 1962: Jaitley responds to China threat - Hindustan Times

China has warned India it will escalate the current border row if Indian troops did not withdraw from “Chinese territory” and told New Delhi not to “clamour for war”. india Updated: Jun 30, 2017 19:48 IST. Indo Asian News Service, New Delhi. Union ...and more »

India can't afford showdown, must be taught lesson: State-run Chinese paper - Business Standard

China has once again urged India to abide by existing boundary conventions between both nations and respect the former's territorial sovereignty. "We once again urge the Indian side to abide by the existing boundary convention, respect China's ...and more »

Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Lu Kang's Regular Press Conference on June 30, 2017 - MFA China

At the invitation of President Donald Tusk of the European Council, President Jean-Claude Juncker of the European Commission, and President Antonio Tajani of the European Parliament, Vice-chairman of the CPPCC National Committee and Minister of Science ...and more »

The lowdown on the border standoff with China - The Hindu

Along a mountainous disputed region of the tri-junction between India, China and Bhutan, two small units of the Indian Army and the People's Liberation Army are in a standoff since June 16, when a Chinese group entered the Doklam area to construct a ...and more »

Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Lu Kang's Regular Press Conference on June 28, 2017 - MFA China

Q: Yesterday at the press conference, Indian journalists asked about when China will reopen the Nathu-la pass for Indian officially-organized pilgrims' journey to Xi Zang. When did China open this route for pilgrimage? What is China's consideration ...and more »

Border standoff: India warns of serious impact - The Hindu

In this October 27, 2015 file photo, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang points out a reporter at a regular news conference in Beijing. | Photo Credit: Reuters · Suhasini Haidar Atul Aneja. BEIJING/NEW DELHI, June 30, 2017 19:01 IST. Updated ...and more »

Construction at Bhutanese Tri-Junction Will Harm Our Security Interests, India tells China - The Wire

India has said it is “deeply concerned at recent Chinese actions”, particularly its decision to construct a road in the Doklam area in Bhutan. Chinese construction activity usually precedes a strong claim on the territory. Credit: Special Arrangement ...and more »

Bhutan media's reaction to India-China border standoff has no aggressive posturing - Hindustan Times

If one goes by what can be accessed online, there is a general sense in most of the Bhutanese media reports that the issue may not see a major escalation or a military conflict. world Updated: Jul 02, 2017 21:00 IST. Vinod Janardhanan Hindustan Times ...and more »

Sikkim standoff: India pushes troops in Doka La in longest impasse since 1962 - Hindustan Times

India brought in more troops after the destruction of two of its bunkers and “aggressive tactics” adopted by the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA). india Updated: Jul 03, 2017 10:20 IST. Press Trust of India, New Delhi. Chinese army at Nathu La ...and more »

Why Bhutan is special to India - The Hindu

In India's only official statement on the standoff, the Ministry of External Affairs on Friday said that on June 16, a “PLA (People's Liberation Army) construction party entered the Doklam area and attempted to construct a road. It is our understanding ...and more »