The Telegraph has this headline:

Brutal details emerge of India soldier 'ambush' on contested border with China as Modi tries to calm tension

Should India used there be replaced by indian?

  • I always get confused with American Indian and India's Indian. – kevin012 Jun 18 at 14:05
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    In 'headlinese' nation names are preferred over adjectives of nationality, e.g. France cheese crisis worsens. – Michael Harvey Jun 18 at 14:06
  • Indian soldier is correct but the rest of the grammar/syntax needs some attention. – Bruce Murray Jun 18 at 18:35

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