India-China relations, hit hard by a 73-day military stand-off at Doklam along their border, seem to be limping back to normal as both sides have been trying to have more talks.
The ambassador has met several Chinese government officials and scholars of influential think tanks over the past few months. In the meetings, ways to increase mutual dialogue is understood have come up.
Both sides have signalled their willingness to talk more.
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