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India demands China to remove its troops, structures from Pangong Lake

Mid-Day Saturday, 6 June 2020
New Delhi: India and China military top brass began talks on Saturday to resolve the stand-off situation in Eastern Ladakh region and de-escalation of forces across the Line of Actual Control. The meeting is being held in Moldo on the Chinese side opposite Chushul.

Indian military delegation is headed by the commander of...
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