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Assam and Arunachal chief ministers to hold third meeting to resolve state border issues today
India

Assam and Arunachal chief ministers to hold third meeting to resolve state border issues today

In the last meeting, it was decided that the state governments will form district-level committees led by cabinet ministers to resolve the decades-old border issue

New land border law will not affect existing boundary treaties: China on India's concerns
World

New land border law will not affect existing boundary treaties: China on India's concerns

A day after India raised concerns over the legislation, China urged relevant countries to avoid making 'wanton speculation' about a 'normal domestic legislation'

China adopts new border law amid military standoff with India; to come to force from 1 January
India

China adopts new border law amid military standoff with India; to come to force from 1 January

The law stipulates that "the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the People's Republic of China are sacred and inviolable"

Palestinian president, Israeli defence minister hold rare talks amid violent clashes along Gaza border
World

Palestinian president, Israeli defence minister hold rare talks amid violent clashes along Gaza border

Defence Minister Benny Gantz met Abbas in Ramallah late Sunday for what were reportedly the first direct talks between an Israeli cabinet member and the 86-year-old Palestinian leader in several years

Assam indicates crippling blockade on Mizoram amid its worst COVID bout has ended; all you need to know
India

Assam indicates crippling blockade on Mizoram amid its worst COVID bout has ended; all you need to know

As most of Mizoram's supplies come via Assam through the NH-306, the no movement of vehicles for the last two weeks has hit the resources, including essential items, they said.

Ready to get arrested if it brings peace between Assam, Mizoram, says Himanta Biswa Sarma
India

Ready to get arrested if it brings peace between Assam, Mizoram, says Himanta Biswa Sarma

Mizoram’s police had also filed first information reports against six Assam police officers over a clash, which left seven dead

India has 'largest, most experienced' mountain army in the world, says Chinese military expert as India-China standoff continues along LAC
World

India has 'largest, most experienced' mountain army in the world, says Chinese military expert as India-China standoff continues along LAC

In the midst of the ongoing border standoff, the Indian Army won a rare public compliment from a Chinese military expert who said India has the world's largest and experienced plateau and mountain troops equipped with some of the best weapons suited for such terrain in the Tibetan border.

Opposition clamour on clarification over Chinese incursion in East Ladakh grows; Rahul slams Rajnath, Digvijaya demands special Parliament session
Politics

Opposition clamour on clarification over Chinese incursion in East Ladakh grows; Rahul slams Rajnath, Digvijaya demands special Parliament session

Chinese incursion in eastern Ladakh has turned into a latest soft spot for Central government -- already dealing with a pandemic which refuses to abate -- as Opposition parties shored up their attack.

Pakistan election results 2018: Imran Khan claims win with vows to strengthen US ties; run country like 'never before'
World

Pakistan election results 2018: Imran Khan claims win with vows to strengthen US ties; run country like 'never before'

Former cricket star Imran Khan declared victory Thursday in Pakistan's parliamentary election and vowed to run the country "as it has never before been run" by fighting corruption, seeking regional cooperation and forging a new relationship with the U.S. that was not "one-sided."

Pakistan election results 2018: Imran Khan's 22-year struggle in politics gets high praise from long time friend and cricket great Javed Miandad
World

Pakistan election results 2018: Imran Khan's 22-year struggle in politics gets high praise from long time friend and cricket great Javed Miandad

By the force of his skills and personality, the charismatic Imran Khan endured in the toughest job in Pakistan for a decade. As captain of the national cricket team. On Thursday, Khan's party took a commanding lead in the Pakistan general election and he was set to become the first international cricketer in the world to be elected as a country's prime minister, considered the second toughest job in Pakistan.

Meghalaya CM Conrad K Sangma says documents can prove its claims over disputed areas with Assam
India

Meghalaya CM Conrad K Sangma says documents can prove its claims over disputed areas with Assam

Meghalaya chief minister Conrad K Sangma on Wednesday said documents on its claims over disputed areas along the boundary with Assam can pave the way for adjudication before the judiciary if the situation warrants.

Doka La and border differences must be resolved in 'calm way', says Chinese foreign ministry
India

Doka La and border differences must be resolved in 'calm way', says Chinese foreign ministry

India and China should look at border differences, including over Doka La, in a "calm way" and resolve them, Chinese foreign ministry said

Doka La standoff: Japan should not get involved in India-China border disputes, says Beijing
India

Doka La standoff: Japan should not get involved in India-China border disputes, says Beijing

China on Friday said no third party should get involved in the India-China boundary dispute, reference to Japan's plans to invest in Indian state Arunachal Pradesh

Sikkim standoff: Rahul Gandhi lashes out at Narendra Modi, questions prime minister's silence on China
Politics

Sikkim standoff: Rahul Gandhi lashes out at Narendra Modi, questions prime minister's silence on China

Rahul Gandhi attacked the Centre on the treatment of the border confrontation between India and China in Sikkim, asking why Prime Minister Narendra Modi was silent on China

China welcomes Narendra Modi's remarks on not firing bullet in 40 years despite border dispute
World

China welcomes Narendra Modi's remarks on not firing bullet in 40 years despite border dispute

China on Monday welcomed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remarks in Russia that not a single bullet has been fired at Sino-India border in the last 40 years.

India-China strategic dialogue: Jaishankar must prioritise talks on the bilateral and avoid the P-word
India

India-China strategic dialogue: Jaishankar must prioritise talks on the bilateral and avoid the P-word

On Wednesday, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar met China's top diplomat State Councillor Yang Jiechi to kick off the first-ever strategic dialogue between the two countries

'Issue cannot be solved overnight': China daily weighs in on border issue, Mahmood Azhar
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'Issue cannot be solved overnight': China daily weighs in on border issue, Mahmood Azhar

Chinese media on Tuesday downplayed India's call to Beijing to review its stand on blocking India's efforts to get JeM head Masood Azhar banned by the UN.

China, India likely to set up 'military hotline' to deal with border dispute issues
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China, India likely to set up 'military hotline' to deal with border dispute issues

China is "positive" towards proposals to establish a military hotline with India to deal with issues along their disputed border

India has honest intentions for solving border dispute with China: Rajnath Singh
World

India has honest intentions for solving border dispute with China: Rajnath Singh

India on Wednesday said it has "honest intentions" for an amicable resolution of the border dispute with China and has asked it to come forward to end the differences.

PM Modi steps on China's toes yet again: This time in Myanmar
World

PM Modi steps on China's toes yet again: This time in Myanmar

Days after Modi’s China-specific remarks on his Japan trip in context of South China Sea, China launched a big incursion in Ladakh. How will it respond now?