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After changing Galwan claim line thrice, PLA now claims the entire valley

There was a shock on May 5, when some 5,000 Chinese troops crossed into the Galwan River valley, followed by another incursion in similar numbers into the Pangong Lake sector on May 12.

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India China border row | India China relations | Chinese army

Ajai Shukla  |  New Delhi 

The challenge for India is to compete with a host of smaller Asian nations
Government sources assess there are close to 10,000 soldiers of China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) on Indian territory.

In June 2017, Indian soldiers in Sikkim took Chinese border guards completely by surprise when they crossed into Bhutan and physically blocked the Chinese road construction crew from extending a track into disputed territory.

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First Published: Tue, May 26 2020. 03:06 IST