Chinese troops came "in large numbers" along the south bank of the Pangong Lake, said sources, with the intention to unilaterally occupy areas.
The Shillong Times has been in conflict with local tribes since its inception as a pro-Congress paper in the 1940s. [...]
Powerchina, the Chinese state? infrastructure development think tank has entered an MoU with Bangladesh regarding a USD 1 billion investment in the Teesta project.
The Shillong Municipal Board, with support from the Meghalaya government, is determined to relocate Sikhs living in the capital for decades. [...]
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