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India's war with China will also involve Pakistan: Captain Amarinder

By oneindia staff
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New Delhi, Aug 27: Three months after the stand-off at the Galwan valley, a survey was conducted on India-China relationship by the Chinese mouthpiece, Global Times, and the results show that the Chinese citizens are not happy with the actions of their leaders.

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In this survey, it has been revealed that the Chinese citizens like India with more than 50 per cent holding a favorable impression of China. Almost 51 per cent respondents appreciate the Modi government.

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9:58 AM, 27 Aug
For India, the LAC runs along 16 districts across one union territory (Ladakh) and four states (Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh).
8:56 AM, 27 Aug
China’s biggest tech company Huawei is trying to woo India by running big advertisements on all leading dailies of India.
8:39 AM, 27 Aug
More than 30 per cent feel the ties will improve, and almost nine per cent of the respondents said they see improvement in the short term, while 25 per cent feel things will improve in the long term.
8:28 AM, 27 Aug
Nearly 70 per cent believe the anti-China sentiment in India is excessive.
12:42 AM, 27 Aug
As efforts are on to de-escalate ongoing tension at Line of Actual Control, China on Wednesday said that it sees India as a partner instead of a rival and an opportunity instead of a threat.
4:06 PM, 26 Aug
Relations between India and China have been tense after Indian troops clashed with PLA soldiers at Galwan Valley on June 15 leading to the death of 20 Indian soldiers, although Chinese troops also suffered casualties but China's foreign ministry has refused to divulge figures.
3:48 PM, 26 Aug
Chinese ambassador to India Sun Weidong speaking at the China-India Youth webinar said that China sees India as a "partner instead of a rival and an opportunity instead of a threat."
3:01 PM, 26 Aug
Darcha is 147 kilometres from Manali and lies on the highway to Leh after Jispa and Keylong across Rohtang La.
2:17 PM, 26 Aug
The Darcha-Padum-Nimu route requires only a single 4.5 km tunnel through the 16,570 feet Shingo La between Darcha and Padum to ensure that the road is closed only for two months in winter.
1:39 PM, 26 Aug
According to military commanders, the need to build the third axis was felt as tunnelling would be required under four more high mountain passes on the existing Manali-Leh route if the road has to be kept open throughout the year.
1:19 PM, 26 Aug
In an effort to ensure that the project meets its two-year deadline, Gadkari’s ministry has proposed that the task to build the tunnel should be given to the company that constructed the 9.02 km tunnel at Rohtang La on the condition that it meets the timeline.
1:02 PM, 26 Aug
The project, which has been in the pipeline for a decade, is scheduled to be completed by the defence ministry within two years.
12:55 PM, 26 Aug
Officials said the third route requires upgrading the Darcha-Padum-Nimu trekking route into a metalled road and building a 4.5 kilometre tunnel under Shingo La on the Darcha-Padum route.
12:54 PM, 26 Aug
New Delhi perceives Beijing’s reluctance to disengage despite reminders as an effort to set a new normal at the border.
12:38 PM, 26 Aug
The defence ministry’s road project is being given its hardest push by road and highways minister Nitin Gadkari and his colleague Gen VK Singh after China provoked a standoff along the Line of Actual Control in East Ladakh and started mobilising troops in depth areas.
12:08 PM, 26 Aug
Senior military commanders said the third route to feed Ladakh by road is urgently needed given how Pakistan and its all-weather friend, China were eyeing the Siachen Glacier and Daulat Beg Oldie.
12:00 PM, 26 Aug
Nimu is 35 kilometres from Leh town and headquarters of XIV Corps responsible for the defence of East Ladakh and Siachen Glacier.
11:15 AM, 26 Aug
India’s national security planners are pushing hard to complete an all-weather strategic route to Ladakh that will link Darcha in Himachal Pradesh to Nimu via Padum in Kargil’s Zanskar valley, people familiar with the matter said
11:03 AM, 26 Aug
The Chinese ambassador also said that they will encourage “language learning and communication”. With the help of Indian colleges and universities, Chinese colleges and universities carry out the study of Hindi, Tamil and Bengali.
10:42 AM, 26 Aug
Since the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and India 70 years ago, Sun said, bilateral relations have withstood tests and become more resilient.
9:43 AM, 26 Aug
He said China’s President Xi Jinping has said that Beijing will neither “import” foreign models of development, nor “export” the Chinese model and ask other countries to “copy” its practice.
9:30 AM, 26 Aug
On a question on support to Indians aspiring to learn Chinese language, Sun said a “strong team of Chinese teachers will help cultivate more Indian students who understand Chinese and love Chinese culture”.
9:14 AM, 26 Aug
“China and India, neighboring countries, should live in peace and avoid conflicts,” he said.
8:40 AM, 26 Aug
Sun said that in order to achieve development goals, both countries need a “peaceful and favourable” external environment.
8:25 AM, 26 Aug
In the webinar, Sun said, “As two rising major neighbours, China and India should abandon the old mindset of drawing lines by ideology, and get rid of the old game of ‘one’s gain is another’s loss’ and ‘zero-sum game’.
9:14 PM, 25 Aug
The CMC, which is the overall high command of the Chinese military is headed by Chinese President Xi Jinping.
9:14 PM, 25 Aug
On August 14, Misri met Maj. Gen. Ci Guowei, Director of the Office of International Military Cooperation of China’s Central Military Commission, (CMC) and briefed him about India’s stance vis-a-vis the situation on the borders in eastern Ladakh Union Territory.
9:13 PM, 25 Aug
On August 14, Misri met Maj. Gen. Ci Guowei, Director of the Office of International Military Cooperation of China’s Central Military Commission, (CMC) and briefed him about India’s stance vis-a-vis the situation on the borders in eastern Ladakh Union Territory.
9:13 PM, 25 Aug
In recent weeks, Misri met a senior official of the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC) and senior General of Chinese military and briefed them on India’s stance on the situation at the borders in eastern Ladakh Union Territory.
9:13 PM, 25 Aug
Indian Embassy officials told PTI here that the closed-door meeting was part of the continuing outreach activities with all shades of Chinese opinion on the state of relations between the two countries.
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