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Sino-Indian relation a 'very good story'

China and India can develop a very "ambitious" relationship if the two giant neighbors work together to deal with challenges and issues between them, India's new ambassador to China told China Daily.

Challenges remain in bilateral relations

Despite the headway made in trade, Mr Jaishankar admits that there are challenges to be dealt with to take the current level of cooperation to a higher level. "A good story can always be improved, or better told. That is part of the task while I am here," he said.

"This is a relationship very open both in terms of what we can do and also in terms of the progress we can make."

"Once we have discovered the virtues of working with each other, there is really no limit to our cooperation."

"Only when you have real relations, you have issues."

--S. Jaishankar, Indian Ambassador to China

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About the Ambassador

S. Jaishankar, Indian Ambassador to China

S. Jaishankar, who succeeded Nirupama Rao as ambassador to China in August, was one of the key negotiators of the India-US civilian nuclear deal between 2005 and 2007.

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