Tagged: Sino-India

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Will there be a limited war between India and China?

The four thousand kilometers long ‘Line of Actual Control’ or famously termed as LAC between India and China post the war of 1962 is witness to border skirmishes for long. It is all the more evident in the areas of UT of Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh (which China refers to as South Tibet). In the past, whenever a Chinese incursion happens, the Indian Armed Forces were asked to back off from their position under orders from Indian government of the times. But no more. China was longing to challenge the gut of the incumbent Indian government. When the Modi government...

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Andaman islands got its’ first high-speed data link. Why is developed Andaman and Nicobar islands important to India?

According to official data, Internet with speed of 400 gigabyte (GB) per second will be provided at Port Blair and for other islands it will be 200 GB per second. It would provide fifth-generation (5G) connectivity, the latest in cellular wireless technology, to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the Indian Archipelago. With a population of around four hundred thousands and an area roughly 8250 kilometer square, why the government of India invested 1200 br rupees in laying 5G lines in the islands? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andaman_and_Nicobar_Islands To answer this question, lets look at the geographical location of the island chain. Andaman and...

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Is China trying to ignore the change in Sino-India relationship post Galwan clash?

On 30 July 2020, the Chinese Ambassador to India Sun Weidong delivered an important speech at the Delhi based Institute for Chinese Studies in which he spoke about the current state of Sino Indian relations and its’ effect in future after the Galwan incident on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in which 20 Indian soldiers and an unconfirmed number of Chinese soldiers died during a brutal confrontation among them. The speech came at a time when both sides are engaged in talks on de-escalation and disengagement from the no-mans-land areas. The progress in restoring the status quo ante is...