India News | Press Trust of India | Friday November 4, 2016
China today said actions should not be taken by either side that may "unilaterally change" the status quo of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) as it refuted reports that its troops crossed over to the Indian side in Demchok area in Ladakh region to stop the work of a canal.
India News | Press Trust of India | Friday November 20, 2015
India and China today agreed to form a ministerial-level mechanism headed by their home ministers for the first time to step up cooperation and coordination on a host of security-related issues, including cross-border terrorism, smuggling and drug trafficking.
India News | Agencies | Friday September 26, 2014
India and China have resolved the two-week stand-off at the border in Ladakh and soldiers from both sides will withdraw by Tuesday, Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj said on Thursday, describing it as a "big accomplishment."
India News | Press Trust of India | Sunday September 21, 2014
The stand-off in Ladakh's Chumur area took a new turn today with China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) pitching seven tents well within the Indian territory and showing no signs of withdrawing from the territory.
India News | Reported by Nidhi Razdan; Edited by Abhinav Bhatt | Sunday September 21, 2014
The government has forced the cancellation of a India-China media dialogue scheduled for later this week in Delhi, following the stand-off at the border with troops of the People's Liberation Army.
India News | Press Trust of India | Saturday September 20, 2014
The standoff in Chumur region in Ladakh worsened today after a second intrusion by Chinese army personnel in two days was reported at another point after they had withdrawn from the same area.
India News | Reported by Sudhi Ranjan Sen, Edited by Sanchari Bhattacharya | Saturday September 20, 2014
Over 1,000 soldiers of China's People's Liberation Army, who entered Chumur in Ladakh earlier this week, have remained on Indian territory, sources told NDTV.
India News | Reported by Nidhi Razdan, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Friday September 19, 2014
Chinese President Xi Jinping ordered troops to move out of Ladakh after Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised the issue during talks with him on Thursday, according to government sources.
Cheat Sheet | Edited by Zoya Anna Thomas | Thursday September 18, 2014
As Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping held summit talks in Delhi today, scores of Tibetan activists protested outside, and were dragged and detained by the police. Hundreds of miles away in Ladakh, about 1,000 soldiers each from India and China are locked in an eyeball-to-eyeball confrontation at the border, the worst Ch...
India News | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Thursday September 18, 2014
A 1000-strong-force from the Indian and Chinese side are currently locked in an eyeball-to-eyeball confrontation in Ladakh's Chumur sector where Chinese troops transgressed into early on Wednesday morning.
India News | Reported by Sudhi Ranjan Sen, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Monday September 15, 2014
Ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit on September 17, a fresh transgression by the Chinese army has been reported in Ladakh.
India News | Reported by Nitin Gokhale; Edited by Mala Das (with inputs from Agencies) | Sunday July 27, 2014
Chinese graziers reportedly pitched tents in the Demchok area of Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir this week but withdrew after talks between troops on either side of the border.
India News | Press Trust of India | Sunday June 29, 2014
After making incursion bids in Ladakh through land route, Chinese troops have made several attempts to enter Indian waters at Pangong lake nestled in the higher reaches of Ladakh with the latest incident reported on Friday.
India News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday March 18, 2014
Chinese troops made a fresh attempt to violate the border with India in Chumar area in Ladakh on Sunday and retreated only after ITBP and Army jawans formed a human wall to block their incursion bid.
India News | Reported by Sudhi Ranjan Sen, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Friday September 6, 2013
The government today came under attack in Parliament over a report that Chinese troops occupied 640 sq kn of Indian territory in April, near the border in north-east Ladakh.
India News | Reported by Sudhi Ranjan Sen; edited by Mala Das | Friday September 6, 2013
Defence Minister AK Antony will clarify in Parliament today whether China has occupied 640 kilometres of Indian territory along the de-factor border with China in north-east Ladakh.
India News | Press Trust of India | Sunday August 4, 2013
Amid a spate of incursions by China in Ladakh, its troops are also resorting to tactics like preventing Indian Army from patrolling posts in the sector along the border which is well within India's territory.
India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday July 25, 2013
Close on the heels of over a dozen incursions since the face off in Ladakh in April from across the Line of Actual Control (LAC), Chinese troops made a fresh attempt to violate the International Border at Chumar area in North east of Leh on July 20, but were forced back by Indian troops.
India News | Reported by Nitin Gokhale (with inputs from PTI); Edited by Mala Das | Monday July 22, 2013
Despite recent statements by Beijing of its intent to improve ties with New Delhi, reports of Chinese incursion into Indian territory continue. Sources have told NDTV that Chinese troops crossed over into Chumar sector in Ladakh region thrice - on July 16, 18, and 20 - in the last five days.
India News | Edited by Amit Chaturvedi (With PTI inputs) | Sunday July 21, 2013
The Centre has said the country is strong enough to face any incursion from China, after reports emerged of Chinese forces entering the Indian territory again.
India News | Sudhi Ranjan Sen | Tuesday July 9, 2013
On June 17, Chinese troops entered disputed territory in the Chumar sector of Ladakh and reportedly took away a non-functioning CCTV camera placed just ahead of an Indian post.
India News | Reported by Nitin Gokhale; Edited by Mala Das (with inputs from Agencies) | Monday June 17, 2013
In what is the Indian Army's first response to the three-week long intrusion by China into Indian territory in Ladakh in April, Northern Army Commander Lieutenant General KT Parnaik has emphatically clarified India did not compromise its stand on the border issue. "We haven't yielded anything," he said to NDTV.
India News | Associated Press | Thursday May 16, 2013
Days before the new Chinese premier's visit to India, China is playing down recent border tensions with its neighbour.
India News | Edited by Mala Das | Tuesday May 14, 2013
A week ahead of new Chinese Premier Le Keqiang's visit to India, Beijing seems to be ensuring that the vexed boundary issue occupies centrestage. Chinese official sources have told NDTV that there is an urgent need to speed up border talks, citing the recent incident at Ladakh which, they say, could have spiralled out of control.
India News | Press Trust of India | Saturday May 11, 2013
Against the backdrop of the recent Chinese incursion in Ladakh, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid today said the two countries are working on a new Border Defence Cooperation Agreement.
India News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday May 7, 2013
In light of the recent Chinese incursion in Ladakh, the Pentagon today informed the US Congress that tensions remain between India and China on their long border while noting that Beijing's use of force in territorial disputes has varied throughout its history.
India News | Edited by Mala Das | Tuesday May 7, 2013
The end of a 20-day face-off with China in Ladakh came after intense diplomatic pressure, including the threat that India was willing to scale down its relations with its neighbour if the latter did not withdraw a platoon camped on Indian territory since April 15.
India News | Edited by Sindhu Manjesh | Monday May 6, 2013
China and India have simultaneously withdrawn their troops from the face-off point at Daulat Beg Oldie near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh. Sources say the agreement was reached after intense negotiations via diplomatic channels and the modalities were worked out at a flag meeting between Indian and Chinese commanders today.
India News | Edited by Mala Das | Friday May 3, 2013
In a toughening of stance over the border stand-off with China, External Affairs Minister Salman Khursid may cancel his upcoming trip to Beijing, sources have told NDTV. Mr Khurshid is scheduled to visit China on May 9.
India News | Edited by Janaki Fernandes | Friday May 3, 2013
The government sent out top trouble-shooters to placate crucial ally Mulayam Singh Yadav, who has today said that it now seems serious about tackling the Chinese incursion into Indian territory in Ladakh.