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Chinese troops begin extending existing road southward of Doklam.
270 Indian troops armed enter Doklam to stop Chinese troops from extending road.
Bhutan lodges protest with China; says Doklam part of Bhutan.
Same day Beijing retorts saying Doklam part of its territory.
MEA accuses China of violating status quo on Doklam
Same day, Beijing reasserts Doklam part of its territory.
China states no dispute with Bhutan over Doklam
China calls for complete withdrawal of Indian troops from Doklam.
Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi says India admitted it entered Chinese territory. Asks to withdraw.
Chinese foreign ministry accuses India of impeding and interfering boundary talks between China and Bhutan.
Chinese diplomat Wang Wenli claims Bhutan conveyed to China, Doklam not part of its territory.
Bhutan responds next day. Says Doklam part of its territory; says position "very clear".
Several Indian, Chinese soldiers injured in scuffle near Pangong Lake in Ladakh.
Chinese state-run agency Xinhua mocks India on sleeping over Doklam issue.
India and China announce troop withdrawal from Doklam.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jingping hold talks on sidelines of BRICS summit.
Bhutan welcomes troop withdrawal.
China reacting to Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman's visit to Nathu La, says it is willing to maintain peace on frontiers with India
India, China hold first border level talks in Beijing after Doklam standoff.
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