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Withdraw troops to avoid escalation, China warns India

Beijing, June 29 (IANS) China on Thursday warned India it will escalate the current border row if it did not withdraw troops from "Chinese territory" and said this was a "precondition" for a "meaningful dialogue" with New Delhi. Beijing said it had pictures of Indian troops "trespassing" the Chinese border. Talking to the media, Foreign Ministry ...

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Pak summons Indian diplomat over alleged ceasefire violation

Islamabad [Pakistan], June 29 (ANI): Pakistan on Thursday summoned the Indian High Commission's First Secretary in political wing S Raguram to lodge a protest over an alleged recent cross-border violation by Indian forces.

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Indian women opt to field against West Indies in World Cup

Taunton, June 29 (IANS) The Indian women's team won the toss and opted to bowl in their second World Cup group match against the previous ...

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Indian companies eye IP rights of Australian cricketers

Sydney, June 29 (IANS) There is a sudden rise of interest among Indian companies in the Australian cricketers as they are engaged in a wage dispute ...

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Azam Khan should be booked for 'blasphemy' for insulting Indian soldiers: Amar Singh

Former Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Amar Singh on Thursday said that party leader Azam Khan should be booked in 'blasphemy' case for insulting ...

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Pak expresses concern over growing Indo-U.S. relations

Islamabad [Pakistan], June 29 (ANI): Pakistan has expressed its concerns over the recent US-India Joint Statement during Indian Prime Minister ...

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US not seeking death for Guantanamo detainee in Bali bombing

MIAMI (AP) — U.S. military prosecutors are not seeking the death penalty against a Guantanamo Bay detainee facing charges in the deadly 2002 Bali nightclub bombings in Indonesia.

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India needs to be 'taught rules': Chinese daily

Beijing, June 28 (IANS) India needs to be taught the "rules" of handling the boundary dispute, a prominent state-run Chinese daily said on Wednesday adding that New Delhi was mistaken if it thinks it can afford a "showdown" with Beijing on the border. China has accused Indian troops of "trespassing" its boundary and in a reaction suspended the ...

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