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Galwan clash: India, China hold Major General-level talks for the third day

The talks between the two sides near Galwan Valley ended in a stalemate on Tuesday as well as Wednesday

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Indian and Chinese militaries held Major General-level dialogue on Thursday for the third consecutive day on disengagement of troops as well as restoration of normalcy in Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh, official sources said.

Galwan Valley was the site of a violent clash between Indian and Chinese troops on Monday evening that resulted in the death of a colonel and 19 other Indian Army soldiers. Around 18 Indian Army soldiers also sustained serious injuries in the clash.

The talks between the two sides near Galwan Valley ended in a stalemate on Tuesday as well as Wednesday, the sources said.

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First Published: Jun 18 2020 | 3:36 PM IST

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