According to TOI (quoted as hereunder)
"While Prime Minister Narendra Modi banned hundreds of Chinese apps, slowed approvals for investments from the neighbor and called for self-reliance after a deadly clash along their disputed Himalayan border, India continues to rely heavily on Chinese-made heavy machinery, telecom equipment and home appliances.
As a result, the bilateral trade gap with China was at almost $40 billion in 2020, making it India's largest.
Total imports from China at $58.7 billion were more than India's combined purchases from the US and the UAE, which are its second- and third-largest trade partners, respectively.
That said, India did manage to lower imports from its Asian neighbor amid demand disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The South Asian nation also managed to increase its exports to China by about 11% from a year ago to $19 billion last year, which makes any further worsening of ties with Beijing a threat to New Delhi's export revenue".
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Political leaders talk manythings. They will never implement them. Which Congrss leader is wearing a Khadi dress these days. But at least some top leaders in BJP are not using any imported dresses and they are standing tall before us.
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