Articles about Sino-Indian ties
20 Dec 2017
#DefenseDiaires: Why India is building 410 bridges along China border
India has inaugurated two strategic bridges in eastern Arunachal Pradesh this week, crucial to improving access to the Line of Actual Control bordering China.
11 Dec 2017
Reports: 1,800 Chinese troops deployed at Doklam during winter
In a first, around 1,600-1,800 Chinese troops have been deployed in the Doklam area, close to the Sikkim-Bhutan-Tibet trijunction, during winter.
10 Dec 2017
Chinese media: 'India should apologize for drone intrusion'
After an Indian drone recently crashed across the border in China, Chinese media has resorted to its characteristic aggressive rhetoric to tell New Delhi off.
01 Nov 2017
Expert: China should teach border troops Hindi to prevent misunderstandings
China should teach Hindi to its troops deployed along the Sino-Indian border in order to prevent any "unnecessary" misunderstandings, according to Hu Zhiyong, a Shanghai-based international affairs expert.
31 Oct 2017
China rejects report of planned tunnel to divert Brahmaputra waters
China has rejected a media report stating that it planned to construct a 1,000km tunnel in a bid to divert water from the Brahmaputra river in Tibet, bordering Arunachal Pradesh, to its arid Xinjiang region.
11 May 2017
China objects to US delegation's visit to China
Beijing has condemned the recent meeting of a US Congress delegation with the Dalai Lama saying the move "sent a very wrong signal to the world about Tibet independence."