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India, China sign 12 accords

April 11, 2005 15:01 IST
Last Updated: April 11, 2005 15:05 IST


Heralding a new dimension in bilateral ties, India and China on Monday agreed to work for an 'early' settlement of the vexed boundary question, establish a strategic and cooperative partnership for peace and prosperity and further promote exchanges in the military field.

After wide-ranging discussions in New Delhi, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and visiting Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao signed a landmark joint statement.

The two countries also signed 12 accords, including a protocol on modalities for implementation of confidence building measures in the military field along the Line of Actual Control.

 


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Sub: Re: Too early to have faith

India should maintain a status quo in their opinion of china. It is the country which posed problem in the past and continued their support ...


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be cautious of dragon.peace is need but not at the cost of nations security and integrety.


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No doubt, India should have a dialogue with China. But we should not loose our focus on the land we lost to China in the ...


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