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Solar sector unfazed by India-China tensions

09 Août 2017

The warning was issued in a commentary carrying a byline of Zhong Sheng.

"If India refuses to withdraw, China may conduct a small-scale military operation within two weeks", said Hu Zhiyong, a research fellow at the Institute of International Relations of the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences. "China hasn't taken India's nuclear arsenal, for example, as a major threat to its security, but increasingly sees India as a political threat to China, in part because it is cooperation with lots of other powers to constrain China", she said.

People want a better screening of a number of Chinese products that enter Indian markets and said they must pass the Indian quality standards before they are available at their local shops amid an ongoing standoff between India and China at Doklam in Sikkim, says an online survey.

In the low-key diplomatic maneuvers that took place outside the public eye, the Chinese countered with an offer to move back 100 meters (328 ft), so long as they received clearance from top government officials. Bhutan has protested to China, saying the area belonged to it and accused Beijing of violating agreements that aim to maintain the status quo until the boundary dispute is resolved. "I hope other countries, including China, can resolve any disputes they might have with India through dialogue", Richard Verma, the former US Ambassador to India, told PTI.

The article said that what India did can be defined as illegal and that it aims at nothing but making trouble.

Doklam Standoff has already crossed more than 50 days and the Chinese Media is not yet exhausted of its rhetoric.

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Thornton gave credit to the Chinese for supporting Saturday's vote in the United Nations against North Korea. But there were no signs the US would acquiesce to China's call for a quick return to negotiations.

Sources said that the trade ties between India and China has also not been affected because of the standoff and India is not considering suspension of such ties at this moment.

National security adviser Ajit Doval, on a visit to Beijing, met Chinese state councillor Yang Jiechi as the two nations faced off at the trijunction between India, China and Bhutan.

With the One Belt One Road (OBOR) project, China has proven that it has the support of all the big nations, including the U.S. and Russian Federation, even as India stays away. Although, taking the same liberty it said that India's position posed a challenge the sovereignty and independence of Bhutan. India is as naive now as it was back then.

It explained that the boundary in the Sikkim Sector has always been delimited by the 1890 Convention, which was signed between then China and Great Britain. China also knows that India is having an advantage in the Doklam region. India, supporting Bhutanese concern, intervened in the crisis and asked China to stop the construction. As per the reports that have emerged after the standoff, India and China have also agreed that Sino-Indian border line would be permanently settled after China and Bhutan agree upon the demarcation of their border.

In response, 36% said import of only those Chinese products should be allowed to be sold that meet the standards of Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) and 33% said imports in hazardous and risk products category should not be allowed at all. He reiterated that India should not underestimate Beijing's resolve to defend its territory.

A visit by Indian journalists, sponsored by the Chinese government, on Monday turned into a propaganda exercise by the Chinese Army for delivering its message on the prolonged standoff between troops of the two countries in Doklam near Sikkim.

Solar sector unfazed by India-China tensions