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China annexes 60 square km of India in Ladakh as simmering tensions erupt between two superpowers

swm3

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Yes, you should promote products made in the country, or for that matter products produced locally.
But in the 21st century, we can not survive being isolationist.

Trade figures suggest that India is the biggest importer of Chinese consumer goods. India imports almost seven times more from China than it exports to it. India has huge trade deficit with China – its largest with any country. In 2018-19, India’s exports to China were mere $16.7 billion, while imports were $70.3 billion, leaving a trade deficit of $53.6 billion.





Oh boy, citing the marxist 'The Wire' - a Chinese mouthpiece funded by PLA!
 

Subh

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China has occupied more than sixty square kilometres of Indian territory in eastern Ladakh, according to a senior Indian Army source, in a dramatic escalation of the simmering tension between the two Asian superpowers.
Erroneous news. Perpetuated propoganda. Satellite images shows nothing.
 
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prasad1

prasad1

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China has occupied more than sixty square kilometres of Indian territory in eastern Ladakh, according to a senior Indian Army source, in a dramatic escalation of the simmering tension between the two Asian superpowers.

The Daily Telegraph can reveal that up to 12,000 Chinese troops pushed over the border into India last month amid border clashes as Beijing looks to slap down Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his ever-closer relationship with the United States.



While the decision by the Prime Minister forcefully to oppose Chinese attempts at changing the status quo on the LAC and especially in the sensitive Daulat Beg Oldi sector is reassuring, it fails to address the central problem of sustained piecemeal territorial aggrandisement by China. Just how much territory has been lost is revealing. Phunchok Stobdan, a native Ladakhi and former ambassador to

Read more at: https://www.bloombergquint.com/opin...as-provocations-may-lose-india-more-territory
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