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One-man enquiry committee into Golaghat incident

The Assam Government has constituted a one-man committee to enquire into the Golaghat incident in the state on August 19 when one person died in a road accident while trying to escape police action during a protest.

Antony calls for closer India-China military ties

Defence Minister A K Antony on Saturday said that it would be easy to maintain peace along the borders if both the forces have trust, mutual respect and confidence.

`Border row may figure in Khurshid`s Beijing talks`

The border row at the Depsang Valley is expected to dominate the talks during External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid`s visit on Thursday, China`s state media said.

China confirms Salman Khurshid’s Beijing visit

External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid will pay an official visit to China on May 9-10 as a guest of Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, the Chinese foreign ministry announced on Friday.

China yet to confirm Khurshid’s Beijing visit

Khurshid is expected to discuss the border issue with top ranking Chinese officials during his visit to the country.

China plays down border row with India

China sought to play down the border row with India over its troops setting up their tents in Depsang Valley in Ladakh, saying the two sides had the capacity and wisdom to resolve the issue through friendly consultations.

Mechanism set up to avoid tensions with China: Antony

Government has set up a mechanism for border management to avoid tensions with China pending resolution of the boundary row, Defence Minister AK Antony said here on Monday.

‘Thailand needs time to study ICJ order on border’

Thai Prime Minister Abhisit
Vejjajiva said Thailand can not immediately comply with the International Court of Justice`s measures to end the disputed border conflict.

Arunachal asks Assam for solution of border row

The Local Boundary Commission constituted by the
Supreme Court about three years ago had a few sittings
including one at Itanagar recently.

Indo-Bangla border row to be resolved within 2011?

Seeking to resolve their vexed
boundary dispute, India and Bangladesh have completed joint survey along the international border in 80 per cent areas.