China's repeated aggression on the Indo-Sino border has been in the news and general public discussion over the past few years. There have been many talks between the Indian and Chinese Officials on Military and diplomatic levels, but China has continued with its aggression on the Indo-Sino border and does not show any sign of deterrence. In addition, a new move has come to light related to Arunachal Pradesh; now, China has renamed 11 places of the northeast state of India and called it a part of South Tibet. The move marked a sharp reaction from India. Though there have been many warnings and calls for de-escalation from the Indian side, but China has not taken any peace plan so far. China has renamed 11 places belonging to Arunachal Pradesh state with the Arunachal Pradesh map, calling it 'Southern Tibet.'
China released the first new name batch of 6 places in the year 2017, and the second batch was announced consisting of 15 places names in 2021. The names were standardized in Chinese, Tibetan, and Pinyin characters, following the regulations on geographical names issued by the State Council, China's cabinet.