The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary – September 11, 2020 (Download Free PDF)

Too close for comfort On India-China border row


The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary September 11, 2020

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary

Too close for comfort On India-China border row

India and China must lose no time in finding a diplomatic solution to their border disputes
Following Friday’s talks in Moscow between the Defence Ministers of India and China, the prospects of an imminent diplomatic solution to the continuing stand-off along the LAC do not appear bright. The statements issued by the two sides have underlined the sharp differences in how New Delhi and Beijing have continued to view the unprecedented developments along the border since May, when China deployed troops in large numbers and sought to unilaterally redraw the LAC in several areas. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh “categorically conveyed” India’s stand, emphasising that China’s actions “were in violation of the bilateral agreements”. He also expressed hope that both sides would be able to resolve the ongoing situation “peacefully through dialogue”. His Chinese counterpart, General Wei Fenghe, appeared to only reiterate the stand conveyed by China in recent statements that it had no blame to bear for this summer’s developments. He said “the responsibility lies entirely with the Indian side”, while China “kept maximum restraint to prevent potential escalation”. He called on India to “immediately withdraw its troops”. He did, also, add that both sides should “stay committed to resolving the issue through dialogue and consultation” and “make joint efforts to meet each other halfway”.

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Sr. No. Word Meaning Hindi Meaning
1 row (noun) line, column, cordon, queue पंक़्ति
2 prospects (noun) chances, possibilities, expectations, opportunities (for success). संभावना
3 imminent (adjective) close/near, about to happen, approaching/impending. निकटस्थ
4 underline (verb) emphasize, underscore, highlight. रेखांकित करना
5 seek (verb) try, aim, attempt. कोशिश करना
6 categorically (adverb) absolutely, unquestionably, certainly, clearly, unequivocally, unambiguously. स्पष्ट रूप से
7 stand (noun) standpoint, position, point of view, viewpoint. जगह, ठिकाना
8 emphasise (verb) draw attention to, put stress on, underscore, highlight. जोर देना
9 reiterate (verb) repeat, say again, restate. दोहराना
10 bear (verb) accept, admit, take responsibility for. संभालना
11 restraint (noun) constraint, check, control, restriction. अंकुश, सख़्ती
12 potential (adjective) possible, likely, probable. संभावना
13 diplomacy (noun) negotiation, discussion, talks, dialogue. देशों के बीच राजनीतिक संबंध
14 way out (phrase) solution, answer, remedy. बाहर जाने का मार्ग
15 stark (adjective) clear, distinct, evident, obvious, striking. पूर्ण रूप से, पुष्ट
16 cede (verb) give up, concede, surrender, relinquish. सौंप देना
17 intent (noun) aim, purpose, objective. अभिप्राय
18 precisely (adverb) exactly, absolutely, squarely. यथावत्
19 inspire (verb) cause, induce, trigger, kindle, produce/generate, bring about. प्रेरणा देना, उत्तेजित करना
20 avert (verb) prevent, stop, avoid. रोक देना
21 flare-up (noun) outburst, eruption outbreak (of hostility/violence). विस्फोट, प्रकोप


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