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Sikkim standoff: Chinese media recalls 1962 India China war

14 Juillet 2017

India should not regard the existing situation as the same as or even similar to the previous two stand-offs in 2013 and 2014 near Ladakh, a disputed area between China, Pakistan and India in southeastern Kashmir.

Dismissing China's offer of playing a "constructive role" in resolving the Kashmir crisis, India on Thursday said it was open for talks with Pakistan on the issue.

China has expressed willingness to play a constructive role in improving tense relations between Pakistan and India.

Former Indian foreign secretary Lalit Mansingh said: "Mr Modi has built up this tough image back home to defend interests and punish those harming India". We have embassies in both countries.

While there was just informal conversation on a range of issues between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping at Hamburg during BRICS meeting, there was no headway on the stalemate in Doklam.

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Responding to a question about current border standoff between China and India in the Sikkim section, he reiterated his demand and asked the Indian side to withdraw its troops from Chinese territory and properly settle this dispute at an early date. Titled, "If this can be tolerated, what cannot be tolerated?", the editorial refers to India's alleged attempts to "erode" Chinese territory, recounts Indian Army provocation and warns of retaliation. You are all aware of the fact that at the heart of the matter is the issue of terrorism perpetrated on India, including on the people of the state of Jammu and Kashmir.

Surjewala also added that during the ten years of the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Government, the Congress always ensured that the Opposition leaders were briefed on such issues.

"We shall support the government in every endeavour to defend our national interest and our borders", Surjewala said. This time, it involves the India-Bhutan-Tibet tri-junction in the Sikkim sector, which remained by and large incident- free since 2003.

Despite the macho positions being taken by the political leadership and the media, a military conflict with China at this point will take the form of a two front war if it comes to that. "Those channels will continue to be used", External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Gopal Baglay said when asked about the almost month-long stand off in Doklam.

The article said that in addition to Myanmar, China should also keep a close eye on economic cooperation with some South Asian countries like Bangladesh to promote economic integration.

Sikkim standoff: Chinese media recalls 1962 India China war