• China builds new village comprising of 101 homes inside Arunachal Pradesh: Reports


    New Delhi/Itanagar: Amid the rising tension on border issue between China and India in Ladakh, satellite images have shown yet another intrusion by China in Arunachal Pradesh, where a Chinese village comprising of 101 homes have been built, which is around 4.5 kms within Indian territory, as per reports published in NDTV which has accessed satellite images.

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    The reports say that the satellite images show the new Chinese settlement on the banks of Tsari Chu river in the Upper Subansiri district, which is a disputed area between the two countries, the report said.

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    Comparing two satellite images, one dated August 26, 2019 and another dated November 1 2020, the former satellite image shows no settlement, but the latest image shows houses constructed near the river bank, which is indicative that the settlement was constructed within a year time frame.

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