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New Delhi’s information warfare capacities are fragmented and lack a clear command structure.
India's next government needs a more clear-headed and self-assured foreign policy, particularly for addressing the insidious China challenge.
The new facility near Ngari is the Chinese PLA’s second in Tibet, and stands just about 60 km away from the Indian Army’s forward posts at Demchok in Ladakh.
The instant order to stop ‘new raisings’ – create battalions with fresh recruits – has been prompted by financial constraints.
New alignment is 5 km away from Indian posts, making it difficult for India to do anything. The new road will open up South Doklam to Chinese troops.
New visuals show PLA deployment is metres away from last year’s face-off point; Indian Army chief Rawat has admitted north Doklam is occupied.
Insights of two professors at Harvard University offer a granular look at the recent rise of Xi and his methodical pursuit and consolidation of power.
It has 24 aircraft shelters, 3 large hangars possibly for UAVs, one hangar for airborne early warning and control (AEWC) planes, among others.
Though called a ‘logistics base’, the facility can accommodate a brigade and has unprecedented security arrangements
The video, published first by ThePrint, shows troops first engaging in a close quarter fist-fight and then hurling stones at each other. Manu Pubby
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