In another highly provocative move, the Chinese language edition of the Communist Party-run Global Times on Friday accused external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj of lying in her statements on the Doklam stand-off.
Expressing concerns over India-China border standoff, the Pentagon has encouraged both the countries to engage in a direct dialogue to reduce tensions and free of any "coercive aspects".
Indian and Chinese troops have been locked in a face-off in the Doklam area of Bhutan for over a month after Indian troops stopped the Chinese PLA from building a road in Bhutanese territory which China covets.
Raising a few eyebrows among Indian authorities, Pakistan High Commissioner to IndiaAbdul Basit met Chinese ambassador to India Luo Zhaohui amid the military standoff between India and China in Doklam.
China has been engaging with the worldwide community to put across its stand that it is India that has been behaving aggressively in the Doklam region.
Baglay said "India's approach has been to find peaceful resolution of all matters concerning the border with China" but refused to share the details on what kind of diplomatic channels the two countries were using to ease the border tension. The minister told parliament that "both sides must pull back troops and work things out with talks" while stressing that India's action is motivated by its need to protect its security.
If China unilaterally changes the tri-junction point, then India's security is challenged.
"China can not afford to "lose an inch" of territory".
The editorial says that the military deployments and the drills held by the People's Liberation Army in the area were "not for show" and that Beijing would definitely not call back troops unless they recover the Chinese territory. The Chinese daily article said China will by never agree to withdraw its troops as a precondition for the talks.
Warning New Delhi to not be stubborn, the editorial warns of "a potentially grave escalation of tension in the future" and that India should be "prepared for all possibilities". However, China alleged India entered its territory. "China's military spending is four times that of India where its GDP volume is five times that of India", it says.
The daily has made an interesting comment that while India was harbouring deep strategic suspicion towards China, Beijing is pursuing "String of Pearls" to encircle China.
"We hope India won't repeat this mistake", it warns.
The Global Times urged India to "abandon the fantasy of a long-term standoff at Doklam", warning that otherwise China may opt to "resolve the conflict through non-diplomatic means".
Hundreds lined the square behind barriers to watch the couple as they chatted to residents enjoying the local produce. Later this week, the family will head to Germany for a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel .
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Weekly data from EIA shows that total USA oil production is close to 9.4 million bpd, the highest since August 2015. As the numbers were better-than-expected, oil prices turned higher with WTI climbing above the $47 mark.
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The India vs Australia , ICC Women's World Cup 2017 Semi-final Match will start at 03:00 PM IST, Saturday, July 20, 2017 . She just needed another 17 balls to get to 150 - a phase through which the Australian bowlers were taken to the cleaners.
He also said that they have already chalked out a funding plan and that the ONGC-MRPL deal would be done before the merger. Finance Minister, Road and Transport Minister and Oil Minister will be a part of the merger panel.
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Sensex gains over 100 points; Nifty near 9900
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'Israeli restrictions at Al-Aqsa unacceptable'
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Elon Musk Calls for Outpost on the Moon
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