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The 135-km long Pangong Tso, a landlocked lake that is partly in the Ladakh region and partly in Tibet, has seen tensions between India and China since May.
China will seek to clinch a disengagement agreement to achieve its political aim. India shouldn’t be in a hurry to agree to disengage or deescalate.
Foreign Minister Wang Yi says China believes in peaceful coexistence on issues of territorial integrity, and Beijing's diplomacy is aimed at creating a win-win situation for all.
The MEA said the two sides reviewed the developments along the LAC since the last round of the WMCC talks held on 30 September.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh says a realistic assessment of resources is required and the available budget should be efficiently utilised to address all challenges.
The National Security Directive on Telecommunication Sector has been framed keeping in mind the changed scenario and seeks to put powerful Chinese telecom companies into a corner.
Huawei, accused of links to Chinese govt and facing curbs in countries over national security concerns, appears to be seeking to gauge people's perception of it through the survey.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, speaking at a FICCI event, also said India is far ahead of China when it comes to soft power.
The Mountain Strike Corps played a key role in shaping India’s counter-offensive strategy that led to the domination of the southern banks of the Pangong Tso.
MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava reiterates that Russia is a ‘friend’ and states that the Indo-Pacific strategies are not directed against any country.