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  • Indian, Chinese Army Likely To Hold High Level Talks On October 12: Report

    Indian, Chinese Army Likely To Hold High Level Talks On October 12: Report

    The seventh round of Corps Commander-level talks between armies of India and China is expected to be held on October 12 with a specific agenda of firming up a roadmap for disengagement of troops from the friction points in eastern Ladakh, people familiar with the developments said on Sunday.

  • Indian, Chinese Army Planning Next Round Of Talks, Says Centre

    Indian, Chinese Army Planning Next Round Of Talks, Says Centre

    The Indian and Chinese army are working to schedule their seventh round of talks to take steps towards "early and complete" disengagement of troops along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh in accordance with the existing bilateral agreement and protocols, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said on Thursday.

  • Centre Reviews Operational Preparedness Amid Ladakh Stand-Off: Report

    Centre Reviews Operational Preparedness Amid Ladakh Stand-Off: Report

    The government on Friday carried out a comprehensive review of the overall situation in eastern Ladakh including India's operational preparedness in view of the continued belligerence by the Chinese army and its fresh attempts to "intimidate" Indian troops in the region, government sources said.

  • India-China Foreign Ministers Likely To Meet Today Amid Border Tension

    India-China Foreign Ministers Likely To Meet Today Amid Border Tension

    External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will meet his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi today for a bilateral meeting amid a massive spike in tension at Pangong near the Line of Actual Control, the de facto border between the two nations.

  • China Confirms 5 Missing Arunachal Men "Found By Their Side": Minister

    China Confirms 5 Missing Arunachal Men "Found By Their Side": Minister

    The centre today said China has confirmed that five men missing from Arunachal Pradesh have been found on "their side" and the process is on to bring them to India.

  • India Thwarts New China Aggression, Holds Its Ground: 10 Developments

    India Thwarts New China Aggression, Holds Its Ground: 10 Developments

    China tried to close in on Indian positions on the South Bank of Ladakh's Pangong Lake on Monday and fired shots in the air, India said today, accusing Beijing of trying to mislead their domestic and international audience. In a statement, the Army asserted that at no stage had Indian soldiers crossed the Line of Actual Control (LAC) or resorted to...

  • "Sent Message": Kiren Rijiju's Update On Men "Kidnapped" By Chinese Army

    "Sent Message": Kiren Rijiju's Update On Men "Kidnapped" By Chinese Army

    The Army has reached out to their counterparts in China over media reports that five men from Arunachal Pradesh have been "kidnapped" by Chinese forces, Union Minister Kiren Rijiju said Sunday night.

  • Arunachal Cops Sent To Probe Reports Of 5 Men "Kidnapped" By Chinese Army

    Arunachal Cops Sent To Probe Reports Of 5 Men "Kidnapped" By Chinese Army

    The Arunachal Pradesh Police on Saturday said it has sent a team to a remote area near the India-China border in the Upper Subansiri district to "verify facts" about media reports that five men from the state have been allegedly kidnapped by the Chinese army amid growing tension between the two countries over a standoff in Ladakh.

  • China Redeployed J-20 Fighter Jets Near Ladakh: Report

    China Redeployed J-20 Fighter Jets Near Ladakh: Report

    Days before the Chinese Army tried to carry out fresh transgressions near the southern bank of Pangong Tso lake, the People's Liberation Army's Air Force (PLAAF) redeployed its J-20 fifth-generation fighter aircraft near Ladakh for operational deployment and they are still carrying out extensive flying there.

  • US Congressman Condemns Chinese Aggression In Ladakh

    US Congressman Condemns Chinese Aggression In Ladakh

    A senior US Congressman on Friday condemned the Chinese Army's acts of aggression in India's Ladakh region resulting in deadly clashes between the two countries along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), alleging that Beijing aims to redraw the settled border by force.

  • China No "Strategic Threat": Envoy Points To History Over Centuries

    China No "Strategic Threat": Envoy Points To History Over Centuries

    China is not an expansionist power or a "strategic threat" to India, Chinese ambassador Sun Weidong said today, underscoring the peaceful relations between the two nations over centuries. "We have never been aggressive and pursued own development at expense of other countries," tweeted the envoy, amid the ongoing disengagement process between India...

  • FBI Finds Chinese Students, Researchers With Army Links, Search 25 Cities

    FBI Finds Chinese Students, Researchers With Army Links, Search 25 Cities

    US Federal prosecutors have charged four Chinese nationals with visa fraud for lying about their status as members of the Chinese Army, while they were conducting research in the US, the justice department said.

  • Rajnath Singh's Warm Meet With Regiment Involved In Deadly Ladakh Clash

    Rajnath Singh's Warm Meet With Regiment Involved In Deadly Ladakh Clash

    Defence Minister Rajnath Singh met the soldiers of the Bihar regiment during a visit to forward areas in Ladakh, his office said on Sunday. The Bihar Regiment had lost 20 soldiers in a deadly clash with the Chinese Army in the Galwan Valley last month.

  • India, China Hold Talks On Further Disengagement In Eastern Ladakh

    India, China Hold Talks On Further Disengagement In Eastern Ladakh

    Indian and Chinese army commanders on Tuesday began a crucial round of negotiations to finalise a framework for a time-bound disengagement process from friction points like Pangong Tso and Depsang as well as to pull back large number of troops and weapons from rear bases along the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh, government sources said.

  • Next Round Of Lt General-Level Talks Between India, China Tomorrow

    Next Round Of Lt General-Level Talks Between India, China Tomorrow

    The Indian and Chinese armies are scheduled to hold their fourth round of Lt General-level talks on Tuesday with an aim to finalise modalities for the next phase of de-escalation and disengagement of troops in eastern Ladakh, government sources said on Monday.

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'Chinese Army' - 184 News Result(s)

  • Indian, Chinese Army Likely To Hold High Level Talks On October 12: Report

    Indian, Chinese Army Likely To Hold High Level Talks On October 12: Report

    The seventh round of Corps Commander-level talks between armies of India and China is expected to be held on October 12 with a specific agenda of firming up a roadmap for disengagement of troops from the friction points in eastern Ladakh, people familiar with the developments said on Sunday.

  • Indian, Chinese Army Planning Next Round Of Talks, Says Centre

    Indian, Chinese Army Planning Next Round Of Talks, Says Centre

    The Indian and Chinese army are working to schedule their seventh round of talks to take steps towards "early and complete" disengagement of troops along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh in accordance with the existing bilateral agreement and protocols, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said on Thursday.

  • Centre Reviews Operational Preparedness Amid Ladakh Stand-Off: Report

    Centre Reviews Operational Preparedness Amid Ladakh Stand-Off: Report

    The government on Friday carried out a comprehensive review of the overall situation in eastern Ladakh including India's operational preparedness in view of the continued belligerence by the Chinese army and its fresh attempts to "intimidate" Indian troops in the region, government sources said.

  • India-China Foreign Ministers Likely To Meet Today Amid Border Tension

    India-China Foreign Ministers Likely To Meet Today Amid Border Tension

    External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will meet his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi today for a bilateral meeting amid a massive spike in tension at Pangong near the Line of Actual Control, the de facto border between the two nations.

  • China Confirms 5 Missing Arunachal Men "Found By Their Side": Minister

    China Confirms 5 Missing Arunachal Men "Found By Their Side": Minister

    The centre today said China has confirmed that five men missing from Arunachal Pradesh have been found on "their side" and the process is on to bring them to India.

  • India Thwarts New China Aggression, Holds Its Ground: 10 Developments

    India Thwarts New China Aggression, Holds Its Ground: 10 Developments

    China tried to close in on Indian positions on the South Bank of Ladakh's Pangong Lake on Monday and fired shots in the air, India said today, accusing Beijing of trying to mislead their domestic and international audience. In a statement, the Army asserted that at no stage had Indian soldiers crossed the Line of Actual Control (LAC) or resorted to...

  • "Sent Message": Kiren Rijiju's Update On Men "Kidnapped" By Chinese Army

    "Sent Message": Kiren Rijiju's Update On Men "Kidnapped" By Chinese Army

    The Army has reached out to their counterparts in China over media reports that five men from Arunachal Pradesh have been "kidnapped" by Chinese forces, Union Minister Kiren Rijiju said Sunday night.

  • Arunachal Cops Sent To Probe Reports Of 5 Men "Kidnapped" By Chinese Army

    Arunachal Cops Sent To Probe Reports Of 5 Men "Kidnapped" By Chinese Army

    The Arunachal Pradesh Police on Saturday said it has sent a team to a remote area near the India-China border in the Upper Subansiri district to "verify facts" about media reports that five men from the state have been allegedly kidnapped by the Chinese army amid growing tension between the two countries over a standoff in Ladakh.

  • China Redeployed J-20 Fighter Jets Near Ladakh: Report

    China Redeployed J-20 Fighter Jets Near Ladakh: Report

    Days before the Chinese Army tried to carry out fresh transgressions near the southern bank of Pangong Tso lake, the People's Liberation Army's Air Force (PLAAF) redeployed its J-20 fifth-generation fighter aircraft near Ladakh for operational deployment and they are still carrying out extensive flying there.

  • US Congressman Condemns Chinese Aggression In Ladakh

    US Congressman Condemns Chinese Aggression In Ladakh

    A senior US Congressman on Friday condemned the Chinese Army's acts of aggression in India's Ladakh region resulting in deadly clashes between the two countries along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), alleging that Beijing aims to redraw the settled border by force.

  • China No "Strategic Threat": Envoy Points To History Over Centuries

    China No "Strategic Threat": Envoy Points To History Over Centuries

    China is not an expansionist power or a "strategic threat" to India, Chinese ambassador Sun Weidong said today, underscoring the peaceful relations between the two nations over centuries. "We have never been aggressive and pursued own development at expense of other countries," tweeted the envoy, amid the ongoing disengagement process between India...

  • FBI Finds Chinese Students, Researchers With Army Links, Search 25 Cities

    FBI Finds Chinese Students, Researchers With Army Links, Search 25 Cities

    US Federal prosecutors have charged four Chinese nationals with visa fraud for lying about their status as members of the Chinese Army, while they were conducting research in the US, the justice department said.

  • Rajnath Singh's Warm Meet With Regiment Involved In Deadly Ladakh Clash

    Rajnath Singh's Warm Meet With Regiment Involved In Deadly Ladakh Clash

    Defence Minister Rajnath Singh met the soldiers of the Bihar regiment during a visit to forward areas in Ladakh, his office said on Sunday. The Bihar Regiment had lost 20 soldiers in a deadly clash with the Chinese Army in the Galwan Valley last month.

  • India, China Hold Talks On Further Disengagement In Eastern Ladakh

    India, China Hold Talks On Further Disengagement In Eastern Ladakh

    Indian and Chinese army commanders on Tuesday began a crucial round of negotiations to finalise a framework for a time-bound disengagement process from friction points like Pangong Tso and Depsang as well as to pull back large number of troops and weapons from rear bases along the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh, government sources said.

  • Next Round Of Lt General-Level Talks Between India, China Tomorrow

    Next Round Of Lt General-Level Talks Between India, China Tomorrow

    The Indian and Chinese armies are scheduled to hold their fourth round of Lt General-level talks on Tuesday with an aim to finalise modalities for the next phase of de-escalation and disengagement of troops in eastern Ladakh, government sources said on Monday.

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