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India should not enter into a border standoff and pursue competition with China while pushed by the West, the Global Times said commenting on media reports that India has redirected more than 50,000 additional troops to its border with China. India is strategically controlled by the U.S., fighting for its Indo-Pacific strategy and starting a contest with China that cannot be supported by India's strength, the newspaper said. China is India's largest trading partner, but India is economically acting "rashly" against China and calculating "decoupling" with China, the state-owned newspaper said. It is impossible for India to reap benefits from the border confrontation with China, as India cannot match China in military capabilities, the newspaper said.