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Candies In Grandpa’s Bag

The Chinese premier’s visit will boost bilateral trade, the bedrock of Sino-Indian relations

Candies In Grandpa’s Bag
Jitender Gupta
Candies In Grandpa’s Bag
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Issues Of Divergence   Areas Of Convergence

  • India claims more than 43,000 sq km of its territory currently under Chinese control; China’s claims
    measure 90,000 sq km
  • India concerned about China’s assistance to Pakistani defence and nuclear sectors. It’s for peaceful
    purposes, won’t alter strategic
    balance, says China.
  • China wants India to curb the Tibetans. They’ve a right to peaceful demonstration, says India.
  • ...
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