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Doval-led group to take stock of India-China talks on border row

Senior government and military officers in New Delhi are to review the outcome of the fifth round of talks between Indian and Chinese commanders on reducing tension along the international border, two people said on Monday, requesting anonymity.

The meeting of the China Study Group, led by national security adviser Ajit Doval, will likely take place on Tuesday and take stock of the progress of the discussions held on Sunday between Lt Gen Harinder Singh, the Commander of the Leh-based 14 Corps, and Major General Liu Lin, Commander of the People’s Liberation Army’s South Xinjiang military region, the first person said.

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  1. The Chinese think that India is the same as 1962 but they dont realise that India has changed.One Jaswant Singh Garhwal Rifles created Havoc in 1962 today we have many Jaswant Singhs in the Indian Army.
    One Maj.Chandpuri created a havoc in Pakistan in the 65 ops today there are many.The Kargil war showed the world what fighting is in High Altitudes and we got the Merits of the same by our victory.
    Nepal thinks China is a good friend but they dont realise that most of the honours in the Gorkha Rifles were won by either the Kumaonis or the Garhwalis.
    Yes India has changed we dont have a Defence Minister who was ready to bow down before the mighty Chinese army but a Defence Minister and a Prime Minister for whom it is the country first if the country lives we live.
    The Bravery trial was experienced by the Chinese at Galwan heights when they a mass had to face the dust by only 20 soldiers as the Indian Army knows to kill is war not getting killed.
    Unfortunately there are some black sheep in the country who have tears for their enemy and are well fed by the enemy more than what they can digest.
    When it comes to Blitzkerg we will always be in the fore front to show that the sheep is more powerful than the Dragon
    So Jai Bharat.

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