Thousands of Indian and Chinese troops are still locked in an impasse across the mountain passes of the Himalayan region of Ladakh and the banks of the glacial lake Pangong Tso, with neither side backing down despite their foreign ministers having agreed five days ago to improve mutual trust and de-escalate tensions.In New Delhi, defence minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday told parliament India had made clear to China that it would protect its “sovereignty and territorial integrity” at any cost,…


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