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Disengage from Gogra and Hot Springs, restore patrolling rights in Depsang: India to China

IndiaTimes Saturday, 31 July 2021
India on Saturday once again asked China during a top-level military dialogue to disengage at Gogra and Hot Springs as well as restore "unhindered patrolling rights" in Depsang, which can then be followed by de-induction of troops and the consequent de-escalation along the frontier in eastern Ladakh.
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