Tag: Bhutan

India China Imbroglio: Defensive offence or active defence

Thinking Beyond Anoop Swarup Let us have a relook at the India China standoff at Doklam where India has a stated position that it is an attempt by China to alter the status quo at the tri-junction with Bhutan. Yes for over three weeks, soldiers of the Indian army and the People’s Liberation Army face

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China wants to push the envelope on multiple fronts to isolate India and the West

Newsroom24x7 Network The current stand-off at the India-Bhutan-China trijunction in the Donglang region seems to be orchestrated by China to show India as an undependable ally in the region, thereby pushing these smaller nations into its ‘protective cluster’ and facilitate in isolating India and the West. This has been pointed out by Major General Rajiv

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India of 2017 will resist China’s old encroachment strategy: Both need adjustment to realities

Major General S B Asthana, SM, VSM Tom McGregor, CCTV.com commentator and editor, based in Beijing in Sputniknews,  June 29, 2017, observes that Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi stand tall as charismatic leaders, who seek to lead their nations with patriotic sentiments. Beijing and New Delhi see themselves as giants

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India and Bangladesh add new dimension to economic ties

Newsroom24x7 Desk Dhaka: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said here that the settlement of the maritime boundary last year is evidence of the maturity of ties between India and Bangladesh and their shared commitment to international rules. “Our Parliament’s approval of Land Boundary Agreement reflects the consensus in India on relations with Bangladesh. The agreement

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