In all likelihood, the Chinese state is on eggshells regarding the continuous popular unrest in Tibet and doesn’t want to provoke another outburst. But what does Xi Jinping's visit mean for India?
From a counter-offensive point of view, India need to find a soft spot in its long border with China and make some strategic inroads, writes Lt Gen Utpal Bhattacharyya (retd).
Triad gang-level thuggery apart, full-scale combat requires years of sustained psychological preparation, and not just military machine. India, given its years of multi-level conflict with Pakistan, is perhaps better placed than China.
Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) officials at Naini Central Prison to get custody remand of Anand Giri, Ada Tiwari, Sandeep Tiwari for 7 days (28 September 9 am to 4 October 5 pm), during investigation in the death...PTI Photo
Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu addresses during an inauguration of the City Knowledge and Investment Cluster set up at IIT Jodhpur.PTI Photo
In this file image, security personnel conduct flag march during clashes in north east Delhi. The Delhi High Court on Monday, Sept. 27, 2021, said that the riots were a pre-meditated conspiracy to disturb law & order in...PTI Photo
In this file image, charred remains of vehicles set ablaze by rioters during communal violence over the amended citizenship law at Shiv Vihar area of the riot-affected north east Delhi. The Delhi High Court on Monday,...PTI Photo
An excavator cleaning demolishes illegal constructions after an eviction drive, at Gorukhuti in Darrang district.PTI Photo
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