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Himalayan border DMZ works in China’s favour, Indian officials say


After the deadliest fighting in decades, India and China are setting up demilitarised areas along their Himalayan border – a move that has rankled some members of India’s security establishment.Soldiers from both countries for now will no longer patrol a 9km (6 mile) stretch on the north bank of Pangong Tso, a glacial lake where troops clashed last year, according to two Indian officials aware of the developments.The agreement would result in India pulling back from strategic high ground…

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