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Chinese not on Indian territory is a lie of actual control. PLA has breached the LAC

A selection of the best news reports, analysis and opinions published by ThePrint this week.

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India’s Fingers have come under Chinese boots. Denial won’t help us

The Modi government and the military have gone into ‘denial’ about loss of territory, attributing the present situation to differing perceptions about the LAC, writes Lt Gen H.S. Panag (retd).

Superstar Amitabh Bachchan is also a superspreader of fake news on Twitter

Amitabh Bachchan is one of those active uncles on WhatsApp groups — the compulsive text ‘forwarders’ who shrug off all responsibility from what they share, writes Shubhangi Misra.

Video shows Indian troops challenging Chinese in Ladakh, but Army says ‘not authenticated’

An undated video of Indian troops challenging a group of Chinese soldiers and clashing with them in the Pangong Lake area of Ladakh emerged. But the Army said it was not authenticated and attempts to link it with the tension along the Line of Actual Control were malafide, reports Snehesh Alex Philip.

Naval helicopters will be Modi govt’s first challenge in its ‘atmanirbhar’ push in defence

The nearly $3 billion deal for Naval Utility Helicopter could become the first challenge for the Narendra Modi government under the new ‘atmanirbhar’ initiative in the defence sector, reports Snehesh Alex Philip.

Indians who support Kapil Mishra are saying #BlackLivesMatter. Let that sink in

Celebrities like Kareena Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra love some low-stake social media solidarity. But to do justice to George Floyd, we must fix our own house first, writes Rachel John.

No Chinese ‘occupation’. Geolocated images show fast in-and-out intrusions by India and China

Using a video and image of alleged India-China scuffles, we were able to locate the exact place of the fracas and show the Army pushed back Chinese intrusion, writes Abhijit Iyer-Mitra.

Why Modi doesn’t feature in a list of India’s reformist prime ministers

Despite big ideas, Prime Minister Narendra Modi comes off poorly as a reformer, because his bureaucrats lack the motivation to push reforms and are beginning to enjoy unbridled power, writes Shekhar Gupta in this week’s ‘National Interest’.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Why are you not publishing article about chinese invasion in indian territory and incompetence of indian army?
    If you are nuetral?

  2. Read the full context, but sadly it seems to be biased in its presentation showing India’s strength in poor light.

  3. An apolitical and non-judgmental view on this matter of “Chinese intrusion”. Oh yes freedom of speech (press) is enshrined in our constitution. I am under oath to protect the constitution and will always do my best to uphold its integrity.
    Any action is best defined by its intention. If authorities are withholding exact positions, it is possible that this information has tactical / diplomatic ramifications, on which they are / have to act / acting.
    I fail to understand the intention of commenting in public on the actual possible ground situation(s) in the face of an enemy., especially on a fluid borders where tension festers off and on since decades.
    How does the exact “information” in public domain help the situation? Freedom and Rights afforded in the constitution come with a load of responsibilities.

  4. Panag is AAP party member so he is doing just politics already exposed by other retd army personal…

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