Amid a stand off at the border, China should not expect other relations to move on normally, External Affairs Minister (EAM) S Jaishankar said on Saturday. He said the borders between India and China are not mutually agreed and it was decided that both sides would not amass troops and would keep the other informed
Jaishankar said that India is pleased to be part of reconstruction efforts as India has contributed USD one billion consisting of USD 250 million in grant and the remaining as credit. We are very satisfied that the Government of India has funded a project for the construction of 50,000 houses that were completed in November 2021, he added.
'Why Bharat Matters' which talks of India's quest to ascend the global hierarchy and New India drawing strength from the country's civilizational heritage, EAM Jaishankar said that he has attempted to take a particular theme and give it "Ramayan-type" relevance. "The English edition of my new book 'Why Bharat Matters' would be out in early 2024
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