Tag: Doklam

adminMay 25, 2021

By Gaurav Sharma, Beijing : China on Monday expressed anger over Indian Army chief Bipin Rawat’s recent remarks, saying such “unconstructive” comments defy the consensus to maintain peace and would rather hurt it. At a press conference last week, Gen Rawat said it was time India shifted its focus from the western border with Pakistan […]

adminMay 25, 2021

By Saeed Naqvi, Darjeeling, Thimphu, Gangtok and Siliguri are a tight cluster on any map even in a large Atlas. Because of the recent standoff with China over Doklam, the strategic importance of the area, the saliency of the Siliguri corridor, cannot be overlooked. Is New Delhi taking an interest in the demand for a […]

adminMay 25, 2021

By Admiral Arun Prakash (Retd), Accustomed as we are to shrill hyperbole in India’s public discourse, the description of the tense Himalayan face-off as the “incident at Doklam” and its denouement as “expeditious disengagement of border personnel” by the Ministry of External Affairs came across as refreshing examples of phlegmatic understatement. The diplomatic finesse shown […]

adminMay 25, 2021

New Delhi : India and China have agreed to “disengage” in Doklam area in Sikkim sector where the armies of both countries have been on a standoff since the middle of June, sharply escalating tensions. The Ministry of External Affairs in a statement said that during bilateral communications, “we were able to express our views […]

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