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LAC row: India, China militaries hold 4-hour long Brigade Commander-level talks; no outcome yet

DNA Monday, 7 September 2020 ()
Amidst the border tensions along the LAC, Indian and Chinese militaries on Sunday held another round of talks in eastern Ladakh. The talks were an attempt to calm tensions even as the situation remained 'delicate.'
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