India and China should appropriately address their differences and consolidate political trust by maintaining strategic communications between the top leaders, Chinese leaders said in their meetings with President Pranab Mukherjee, state media reported on Friday.
If China and India come together in fighting terrorism, I am sure it will have its own impact, President Mukherjee had said.
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Weeks after the protracted stand-off in Chumar in Jammu and Kashmir’s Ladakh region, China will be holding counter-terror exercises with India in Pune next month.
BJP today said the "confusion" surrounding the Centre's China policy is "totally unacceptable" and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh should clear the matter.
China and India should "examine" the recent border stand off in Depsang Valley in Ladakh and be able to resolve such incidents "much quicker" in the future, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid said.
China has not yet given any reason for the recent intrusion in Ladakh, an episode that has cast a shadow on bilateral ties, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid said.
India and China today signed a new protocol to enhance cooperation between their foreign ministries while working on a mechanism to step up coordination for providing timely information to the media.
China today rejected reports of intrusion by its troops in Ladakh, saying the People's Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers patrolled the Chinese side of Line of Actual Control (LAC) without "trespassing" into it.
External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid said "positive" talks are on with China over the latest border dispute and hoped that the desired results would be achieved soon.
India termed as "unacceptable" China's representation of Arunachal Pradesh and Aksai Chin as its territory on their new e-passports.
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The ill-treatment of two Indian traders in China was not allowed to strain overall China-India ties. But given the mutual distrust in trade matters, more such risks lie ahead.