India China Bhutan trijunction
China has constructed new roads, a small hydropower station, two Communist Party administrative centers, a communications base, a disaster relief warehouse in the Lhuntse district of Northern Bhutan, as per a Foreign Policy report.
Bhutan rejects reports of Chinese village within its territory after NDTV claims of transgression based on Chinese media tweet
Rejecting media reports of China occupying Bhutanese territories, Bhutan's Ambassador to India clarified that no village has been set up by China inside Bhutan.
BRO is rapidly developing roads at India-China border to help army, giving strategic advantage to India
The rapid construction along the India-China border over the last few years has changed the military dynamics in the region.
After constant criticism over Doklam, Shashi Tharoor led parliamentary panel which included Rahul Gandhi, praises govt’s handling of the standoff
The report, however, cautions the government not to trust the strategic intentions of China.
The PLA troops had retreated and pushed back in the recent 73-day Doklam standoff.
In this standoff, only India behaved like a matured sovereign nation, while China's antics were anything but matured.
Times of India and Times Now spread unverified images of Doklam, wrongly attributes it to Bhutanese journalist.
This was the first official meeting between the top officials of India and China ever since Doklam standoff started.
Doklam plateau isn't the only conflict point between the two countries
Chinese state-controlled media has ranted against India again, with variety of threats on platter.
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