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China links troop pull back with Indian withdrawal from Kailash Range

On August 30, after the PLA began expanding its territorial hold south of the Pangong Tso, the Indian Army occupied "blocking positions" on the Kailash Range on August 30

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India China border row

Ajai Shukla  |  New Delhi 

India China
Indian control of these heights makes it difficult for the PLA to consider any westward advance into the India-held Chushul Bowl

Late on Tuesday evening, a full day after the conclusion of the 6th round of talks between Indian and Chinese military commanders, the two sides issued a joint statement that agreed to “earnestly implement the important consensus reached by the leaders of the two countries, strengthen communication on the ground, avoid misunderstandings, stop sending more troops to the frontline, refrain from unilaterally changing the situation on the ground and avoid taking any action that might complicate the situation.”

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First Published: Tue, September 22 2020. 21:46 IST