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With the geopolitical shift in the aftermath of the Russia-Ukraine war, and increased Chinese aggression, India has now become the global partner of the US, while Pakistan remains a key regional ally.
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After decades of concentrating its fighting power in the Middle East, the US is now shifting its focus to Asia amid Chinese aggressiveness.
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India has deployed more than 50,000 troops along with a large number of new equipment to tackle possible Chinese aggression since April-May 2020 in Eastern Ladakh. A number of steps have been taken to address the logistical requirements of troops based there.
In its annual report on November 15, the top Congressional body, US-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC), said that the measures would be necessary to deter an offensive by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
The month-long Diamond Jubilee celebrations to mark the Battle of Walong, an example of bravery and sacrifice by the Army against the Chinese aggression in Eastern Arunachal Pradesh, culminated at Walong on Wednesday.
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In order to check Chinese aggression, India and US will be holding the 18th edition of the joint military training exercise Yudh Abhyas in Auli, Uttrakhand.
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The mela was organised on Wednesday, the aim of which was to familiarise the public with the Indian Army and to encourage a sense of belongingness and togetherness.
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The Biden administration plans to cement its defence ties with India to tame China.
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Singapore, October 7 (ANI): Ong Keng Yong, Ambassador-at-Large at Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that "negotiations and compromise is way forward" in diplomacy.
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Singapore, October 4 (ANI): Ong Keng Yong, Ambassador-at-Large at the Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs has urged both India and China to solve disputes via peaceful means.
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Hawaii [US], October 2 (ANI): Amid heightened Chinese aggression, Australia and the US reaffirmed their "unwavering commitment" to a free and open Indo-Pacific, saying all countries in the region are "free to choose their own destinies".
Taipei [Taiwan], October 1 (ANI): Human rights activists staged a protest against Chinese aggression outside Taiwan's Legislative Yuan and urged the politicians to sign a petition safeguarding Taiwan's democracy and not surrender in case the island nation is attacked, media reports said.