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Today: Monday, August 20, 2018
 
India suspends defence exchanges with China 27-08-2010
 
NEW DELHI (Reuters) -India has suspended defence exchanges with China after Beijing refused a visa to an Indian army general from the disputed Kashmir region, government sources and local media said on Friday.
New Delhi would give little details on the issue, only saying that the visit by the general to China did not take place.
While we value our exchanges with China, there must be sensitivity to each others' concerns. Our dialogue with China on these issues is ongoing, India's foreign ministry spokesman said in a statement.
Last year, India protested against a Chinese embassy policy of issuing different visas to residents of Indian Kashmir, one of a series of low-level disputes between the Asian giants.
New Delhi bristles at any hint that Kashmir is not part of India, which has for two decades grappled with a separatist insurgency in the state that has killed tens of thousands and fuelled tensions with nuclear-armed rival Pakistan.
While trade between India and China has flourished, mistrust remains, especially over the disputed Indian border state of Arunachal Pradesh and the government policy of allowing the exiled Dalai Lama to live in India.
India and China fought a brief but bloody border war, partly over Arunachal Pradesh, in 1962.
(Reporting by Krittivas Mukherjee; Writing by Alistair Scrutton)
(For more news visit Reuters India)


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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