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Talk Point: Does border infrastructure determine India's military posture towards China?

Over the last decade, China has invested in strengthening the infrastructure along its border areas. The Chinese army began building a permanent road in Doklam this year in an effort to boost its military capabilities in the region. 1,279 more words


Indian Forces Foil Chinese Army's Incursion Bid in Ladakh

Indian border guards foiled an attempt by Chinese soldiers to enter India’s territory on the north bank of Pangong Lake in Ladakh on Tuesday, reported PTI, quoting officials. 354 more words

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China's military faces a computer game threat -- Now Chinese army takes aim at 'King of Glory'


© AFP/File | China’s military faces a computer game threat, top brass fear

SHANGHAI (AFP) – Chinese army officers have a new enemy in their sights — a mobile phone battle game believed so addictive to young soldiers that it may slow them down in real-life combat. 229 more words

Stuck in the middle: how Nepalis figure into the India-China Doklam standoff

The Foreign Ministry in Kathmandu has maintained a studied silence on the issue, but not a day passes without someone vilifying New Delhi. 

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Doklam row: India reasonably sure China does not want war despite angry rhetoric -- “For India, it’s an existential imperative.”

By Rajat Pandit

 Updated: Aug 7, 2017, 10:24 AM IST HIGHLIGHTS

  • A workable option is for both India and China to simultaneously withdraw their troops, according to sources.
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Wolf Warrior 2 (Wu Jing, 2017)

Somewhat surprisingly, Wu Jing’s Wolf Warrior 2 is smashing box office records across China, on pace to overtake last year’s The Mermaid as the number one Chinese film of all-time. 676 more words

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