Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been underplaying the stand-off with China to protect his image domestically as a “strong leader”, according to an analyst. Photo: Reuters Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been underplaying the stand-off with China to protect his image domestically as a “strong leader”, according to an analyst. Photo: Reuters
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been underplaying the stand-off with China to protect his image domestically as a “strong leader”, according to an analyst. Photo: Reuters

China-India border talks stall, sparking calls for Modi to get tough on Beijing

  • As the stand-off between Indian and Chinese troops in Ladakh enters its 15th week, there are increasing calls for New Delhi to get tough on Beijing
  • While economic sanctions on China have been rolled out, a group of analysts and army veterans are calling for a sterner diplomatic and military response

Topic |   China-India border dispute
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been underplaying the stand-off with China to protect his image domestically as a “strong leader”, according to an analyst. Photo: Reuters Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been underplaying the stand-off with China to protect his image domestically as a “strong leader”, according to an analyst. Photo: Reuters
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been underplaying the stand-off with China to protect his image domestically as a “strong leader”, according to an analyst. Photo: Reuters
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