Aksai

Aksai

 

(until 1957, the stanitsa [large cossack village] of Aksai), a city; center of the Aksai Raion, Rostov Oblast, RSFSR. Located at the confluence of the Aksai and Don rivers. Railroad station 18 km northeast of Rostov-on-Don. Population, 21,000 (1968). Industry consists of a canning plant, glass factory, the Kardandetal’ Plant, a brickyard, a plastics factory, and a river-fleet repair and maintenance base.


Aksai

 

(known as the settlement of Kazakhstan until 1967), city and administrative center of Burlinsk Raion, Ural’sk Oblast, Kazakh SSR. Aksai is located in the north of the oblast and has the Kazakhstan railroad station, on the Ural’sk-Iletsk line. Population 13,400 (1968). Aksai has a factory for the production of reinforced concrete.


Aksai

 

(or Asagalyl’; at the headwaters, Bonnoiiasei), a river in Dagestan ASSR and Chechen-Ingush ASSR, a left tributary of the Aktash River. The Aksai is 144 km long; its basin has an area of 1390 sq km. In its upper reaches it is a mountain river, arising in the Andiiskii mountain range; in its lower reaches, it becomes a canyon river. It is fed primarily from artesian waters and is used for irrigation. It has a hydroelectric power plant.


Aksai

 

the right branch of the lower Don in Rostov Oblast, RSFSR. The Aksai is 79 km long. The Tuzlov River flows into it from the right. On its broad floodplain are kitchen gardens and melon fields. The city of Novocherkassk is on the Aksai.

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China says the border dispute is confined only to 2,000 km, mostly in Arunachal Pradesh, whereas India asserts it covers the western side spanning to about 4,000 km, especially the Aksai Chin area annexed by China in the 1962 war.
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India issued visas to Chinese passport holders with a different map that clearly showed two disputed areas of Arunachal Pradesh and Aksai Chin in Kashmir as part of India's territory, both of which were featured in the Chinese passport.
China's landward neighbors are also feeling the hot breath of Beijing's mandarins, however, most notably its economic rival India, with whom China fought a brief war in 1962 in the Himalayas over a disputed frontier, where the alpine conflict, according to China's official military history, achieved China's policy objectives of securing borders in its western sector in retaining Chinese control of the Aksai Chin with India accepting the de facto borders which codified along the Line of Actual Control.
India's contention over the Aksai Chin and the 1963 Sino-Pakistan border agreement).
Kalki Koechlin the ramp Niharika Pandey wearing an incomplete map of which left out and Aksai Chin
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