Relations between China and India have hit a new low after violent brawls on the night of June 15 in Galwan Valley. On Monday, China rejected an allegation by New Delhi that Chinese troops had used “provocative military movements” at the weekend. Photo: APRelations between China and India have hit a new low after violent brawls on the night of June 15 in Galwan Valley. On Monday, China rejected an allegation by New Delhi that Chinese troops had used “provocative military movements” at the weekend. Photo: AP
Relations between China and India have hit a new low after violent brawls on the night of June 15 in Galwan Valley. On Monday, China rejected an allegation by New Delhi that Chinese troops had used “provocative military movements” at the weekend. Photo: AP

China-India relations: Beijing rejects New Delhi’s claim of provocation after flare-up at border in Ladakh

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Topic |   China-India border dispute
Relations between China and India have hit a new low after violent brawls on the night of June 15 in Galwan Valley. On Monday, China rejected an allegation by New Delhi that Chinese troops had used “provocative military movements” at the weekend. Photo: APRelations between China and India have hit a new low after violent brawls on the night of June 15 in Galwan Valley. On Monday, China rejected an allegation by New Delhi that Chinese troops had used “provocative military movements” at the weekend. Photo: AP
Relations between China and India have hit a new low after violent brawls on the night of June 15 in Galwan Valley. On Monday, China rejected an allegation by New Delhi that Chinese troops had used “provocative military movements” at the weekend. Photo: AP
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