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Why the war arises between india and china. what is the reason

Asked by padamatavenkateshwa rao, 23 Apr '09 05:39 pm
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Answered by sumati gayki, 23 Apr '09 05:40 pm

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China and India share a long border, sectioned into three stretches by Nepal and Bhutan which follows the Himalayan mountains between Burma and what was then West Pakistan. A number of disputed regions lie along this border. At its western end is the Aksai Chin region, an area the size of Switzerland, that sits between the Chinese autonomous region of Xinjiang, and Tibet (which China declared as autonomous regions in 1965). The eastern border, between Burma and Bhutan, comprises the present Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh (formerly the North East Frontier Agency). Both of these regions were overrun by China in the 1962 conflict.

Sino-Indian War:

DATE OF START: June 21 November 1962.

DATE OF CEASFIRE: Chinese captured the disputed area and unilaterally declared a ceasefire on 20 November 1962, which went into effect at midnight.

LOCATION: South Xinjiang (Aksai Chin) and Arunachal Pradesh (South Tibet, North-East Frontier Agency).

RESULT: Chinese military victory. China ...more
Answered by Krishnakumar G. Nair, 23 Apr '09 06:15 pm

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