An Indian paramilitary soldier stands guard at a check post along a highway leading to Ladakh. Photo: EPA-EFE An Indian paramilitary soldier stands guard at a check post along a highway leading to Ladakh. Photo: EPA-EFE
An Indian paramilitary soldier stands guard at a check post along a highway leading to Ladakh. Photo: EPA-EFE
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China and India need diplomatic offensive as troops pull back

  • Easing of border tensions between nations after deadly clash must also be met with cooling of nationalist urges, and political efforts have to be intensified on both sides to get relations back on track

An Indian paramilitary soldier stands guard at a check post along a highway leading to Ladakh. Photo: EPA-EFE An Indian paramilitary soldier stands guard at a check post along a highway leading to Ladakh. Photo: EPA-EFE
An Indian paramilitary soldier stands guard at a check post along a highway leading to Ladakh. Photo: EPA-EFE
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