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20 August, 2017 6:59 PM War won’t give China any clear gain, only cause casualties, assesses govt

NEW DELHI: Escalation of the Doklam stand off into a shooting war is unlikely to deliver significant gains for China, and a wider conflict carries the risk of heavy casualties tilting the odds in favour of diplomacy prevailing despite a barrage of angry words from Beijing. The assessment in top government circles is that a flare up at Doklam and other 21

20 August, 2017 6:08 AM ‘There is more to the Doklam stand-off’

A major problem for India is its policy neglect towards its neighbours especially China Stating that the ongoing stand-off between India and China in Doklam was a symptom of a larger issue, Srinath Raghavan, Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Policy Research, said the major problem was the accumulated policy neglect of India towards its neighbours

20 August, 2017 2:58 AM Watch: Video purports to show India, China soldiers clashing at Ladakh's Pangong Lake

A viral video on Twitter purports to show the recent violent clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers at the Pangong Lake in Ladakh that came as the Doklam standoff entered its third month. A video surfaced Sunday night purporting to show the August 15 clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers near the Pangong Lake (or Pangong Tso) in Ladkah through 15

19 August, 2017 5:06 PM China hides hydrological data amid Doklam stand-off

India Today Television | August 19, 2017 India has not received hydrological data from China this year despite an agreement, the external affairs ministry has said. The development comes in the backdrop of the ongoing standoff between Chinese and Indian troops in Doklam in Sikkim sector. Asked if China has shared hydrological data with India in the backdrop 18

19 August, 2017 5:00 AM Doklam effect? How India plans to make going tough for Chinese firms

Thousands of kilometres away from Doklam where the Indian and Chinese troops are locked in a tense standoff, the Centre is quietly working on a plan that could hit the 'dragon' where it hurts the most. India is redrafting, and in some cases tightening, rules for business in sensitive sectors such as power, telecom and electrical equipment supplies, making 26

19 August, 2017 1:16 AM India's quiet move to outsmart China; PM Modi calls Nepal counterpart, prepares to host Japan’s Abe

India has launched a high-level, quiet diplomatic campaign to put pressure on China through its neighbours to end a seven-week military stand-off at Doklam near Sikkim. Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a telephone call to his Nepali counterpart Sher Bahadur Deuba on Friday. While the call was meant to convey condolences at the loss of life in Nepal 31

18 August, 2017 1:39 PM Doklam crisis echoes loudly in South and South-East Asia

Japan’s support to India irks China but countries — from Nepal to Philippines — keenly watching the subtle power shifts without taking sides. From Nepal to the Philippines, countries in South and South-East Asia are keenly observing the Doklam crisis, wary of taking sides, but also keeping a close eye on subtle power shifts that the unfolding crisis 17

18 August, 2017 8:58 AM Doklam standoff: China chides Japan for backing India

BEIJING: China on Friday told Japan not to make "random" comments on the Sino-Indian border stand-off even if it wants to support New Delhi. Japan has rallied behind India over the dragging feud at Doklam, with its envoy Kenji Hiramatsu saying that the region is disputed and Tokyo understands why New Delhi got embroiled in it. "I have seen the Japanese 27

18 August, 2017 6:57 AM Redrawing the arc of influence

Indian diplomacy needs to display higher levels of sophistication for New Delhi to play a global role Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s schedule of foreign visits has been extremely impressive, and he has managed to inject a degree of dynamism into a system accustomed to a more leisurely pace. Estimating outcomes from these visits is, however, more difficult 26

17 August, 2017 11:13 PM Doklam stand-off: Japan backs India, says no one should try to change status quo by force

In a significant act of support for India in its protracted military standoff with China at Doklam, near the Sikkim-Tibet-Bhutan trijunction, Japan has said there should be no attempt to change the status quo on the ground by force. The Japanese statement comes as an endorsement of the Indian position that China has violated agreements with India and Bhutan 38