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India Fumes Over China’s New Map That New Delhi Claims Includes a Lot of Its Territory

China's official new "standard map" was released on Monday that India claims includes a lot of its territory and also added a 10th dash to the controversial 9-dash line in the South China Sea.

The Indian government issued a formal diplomatic protest on Tuesday against China over the publication of Beijing’s new official map that New Delhi claims includes large swathes of its territory.

The 2023 edition of the “standard map of China” that was officially released on Monday incorporates the disputed territories of Arunachal Pradesh and the Aksai China as part of Tibet.

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