Indian troops were ‘clubbed and pushed off cliff by Chinese’

June 18, 2020   |   Referencing article published by
Indian soldiers were battered with clubs wrapped in barbed wire and pushed off a cliff during fierce fighting with Chinese troops, it emerged yesterday as the two powers blamed each other for the
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