A file picture of Chinese and Indian soldiers at a border crossing in Sikkim state. A standoff between the two nations’ militaries on another stretch of the border ended this week. Photo: AFP A file picture of Chinese and Indian soldiers at a border crossing in Sikkim state. A standoff between the two nations’ militaries on another stretch of the border ended this week. Photo: AFP
A file picture of Chinese and Indian soldiers at a border crossing in Sikkim state. A standoff between the two nations’ militaries on another stretch of the border ended this week. Photo: AFP
Ankit Panda
Opinion

Opinion

Ankit Panda

China learns in border row India will not buckle over security

New Delhi succeeds in securing the status quo on the border after military standoff ends, leaving both nations eyeing each other warily, writes Ankit Panda

A file picture of Chinese and Indian soldiers at a border crossing in Sikkim state. A standoff between the two nations’ militaries on another stretch of the border ended this week. Photo: AFP A file picture of Chinese and Indian soldiers at a border crossing in Sikkim state. A standoff between the two nations’ militaries on another stretch of the border ended this week. Photo: AFP
A file picture of Chinese and Indian soldiers at a border crossing in Sikkim state. A standoff between the two nations’ militaries on another stretch of the border ended this week. Photo: AFP
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