Doka La border disengagement: Here's how the standoff unfolded since June
A statement released by India's MEA triggered speculations that the two-month long faceoff between India and China is nearing an end. Here's a timeline of the standoff
A statement released by India's Ministry of External Affairs on Monday has triggered speculations that the two-month long faceoff between India and China is nearing an end in the tri-junction area of Doka La.
Since 16 June, when Indian troops with bulldozers in tow moved into the strategic location to stop a PLA-led road-building party, the standoff has been going on until Monday. Here's a timeline of major events through these two months:
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