Headlines Today Bureau Monday, August 30, 2010 Agitated by Beijing's denial of visa to a senior Indian Army official and now concerned over the presence of the biggest neighbour's army in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK), India is looking at measures to tackle the Pakistan-China nexus. After reports of the presence of People's Liberation Army (PLA) in Gilgit and Baltistan regions of PoK, the Indian envoys have been told to compile and report Chinese activities in their jurisdiction, especially in the neighbourhood. The intelligence agencies have also been asked to provide assessment on the Chinese troops' movement in PoK. Meanwhile, New Delhi is considering issuing stapled visas for applicants from Tibet and those from areas conceded to China by Pakistan if China persists with stapled visas. The proposal under consideration by the foreign office has to be cleared by Cabinet Committee for Security. Recently, China had denied entry to general officer commanding-in-chief of northern area command Lieutenant General B.S. Jaswal saying he was responsible for Jammu and Kashmir, a state that the neighbouring country claims is disputed. Also, China has been stapling visa to people from Jammu and Kashmir instead of stamping on the passport as it does in other cases. India has already objected to the move but Beijing has been adamant. India may resort to stapled visa to Tibetans ---------------------- Since when did GOI have a spine :happy_2: ?