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Morning digest: Russia inks pact to test and supply Sputnik V vaccine to India, China blames India for “violating” border agreements, and more

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News video: India told China that attempts to unilaterally alter status quo were in violation of bilateral agreements: Rajnath

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Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on September 15 briefed members of Lok Sabha about the India-China border issues. He said that India has told China through diplomatic channels that the attempts to unilaterally alter the status quo were in violation of the bilateral agreements. "We have told...

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