Activists of the Indian hardline Hindu organisation Bajrang Dal burn posters of Chinese President Xi Jinping and Chinese products as they protest against China during a rally in Bhopal. Photo: EPA-EFE Activists of the Indian hardline Hindu organisation Bajrang Dal burn posters of Chinese President Xi Jinping and Chinese products as they protest against China during a rally in Bhopal. Photo: EPA-EFE
Activists of the Indian hardline Hindu organisation Bajrang Dal burn posters of Chinese President Xi Jinping and Chinese products as they protest against China during a rally in Bhopal. Photo: EPA-EFE
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India needs to cool tensions on all fronts, not just with China

  • Efforts to find a political and diplomatic solution following a deadly clash in the Himalayas are being complicated by nationalist sentiments and, for New Delhi, worsening relations with its other neighbours

Activists of the Indian hardline Hindu organisation Bajrang Dal burn posters of Chinese President Xi Jinping and Chinese products as they protest against China during a rally in Bhopal. Photo: EPA-EFE Activists of the Indian hardline Hindu organisation Bajrang Dal burn posters of Chinese President Xi Jinping and Chinese products as they protest against China during a rally in Bhopal. Photo: EPA-EFE
Activists of the Indian hardline Hindu organisation Bajrang Dal burn posters of Chinese President Xi Jinping and Chinese products as they protest against China during a rally in Bhopal. Photo: EPA-EFE
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