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China says India has no right to develop contested border region

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FILE PHOTO: Labourers work on India's Tezpur-Tawang highway which runs to the Chinese border in the northeastern Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh
July 10, 2024
Reuters

BEIJING (Reuters) -India has no right to carry out development in the area China calls South Tibet, China's Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday in response to a Reuters report on New Delhi's plans to speed up hydropower projects in the border state.

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