Finish Stalled Troop Pullback: India To China
The Times of India Mumbai|October 11, 2021
Also Wants To Restore Status Quo Ante At ‘Friction Points’
Rajat Pandit

New Delhi: India pressed China once again to complete the stalled troop disengagement at a face-off site as well as restore status quo ante at Depsang and Demchok in eastern Ladakh during top-level military talks on Sunday.

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