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9th round of India-China military talks today over Ladakh stand-off

IndiaTimes Saturday, 23 January 2021
India will hold the ninth round of military talks with China on Sunday in yet another bid to break the deadlock over the tense troop confrontation in eastern Ladakh, even as it maintains high operational readiness to prevent the Chinese Army from opening new fronts in other areas. Indian delegation consisting of EAM officials will crossover into China on Sunday morning.
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