Chinese Soldier


'Chinese Soldier' - 78 News Result(s)

  • India, China Fired 100-200 'Warning Shots' At Pangong In Early September

    India, China Fired 100-200 'Warning Shots' At Pangong In Early September

    Indian and Chinese soldiers fired 100-200 rounds of "warning shots" on the North Bank of Pangong Lake in early September, sources say. The incident, say sources, took place when Indian soldiers made key moves to establish a post overlooking Chinese soldiers.

  • Chinese Soldiers With Spears Approached Indian Positions, Told To Back Off

    Chinese Soldiers With Spears Approached Indian Positions, Told To Back Off

    A day after Chinese troops tried to close in on Indian positions on the South Bank of Ladakh's Pangong Lake, photos have emerged of the soldiers armed with spears and automatic rifles. The images are an indication that the Chinese may have intended to force a physical clash similar to June 15 at Galwan Valley, when 20 Indian soldiers died for the c...

  • Chinese Came In "Sufficient Numbers", Indian Army Was Ready: Sources

    Chinese Came In "Sufficient Numbers", Indian Army Was Ready: Sources

    The movement by Chinese soldiers took place at Ladakh's Pangong Lake overnight to change the status quo in the area, sources have said. With no road in the area, a huge number of Chinese troops, deployed along the south bank of the Pangong Lake, footed it westward. Their aim was to unilaterally occupy the area, sources said.

  • Troops Fought For 17-20 Hours With Chinese In Ladakh: Border Force ITBP

    Troops Fought For 17-20 Hours With Chinese In Ladakh: Border Force ITBP

    Not just Ladakh's Galwan Valley, Indian and Chinese soldiers faced off in a number of clashes along the Line of Actual Control between May and June this year that saw troops of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) fight shoulder-to-shoulder with the army and respond to Chinese aggression effectively for up to 20 hours in some cases, the force said...

  • Parliament Panel To Review Border Road Construction In Ladakh

    Parliament Panel To Review Border Road Construction In Ladakh

    In the wake of the recent violent clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers in eastern Ladakh, the parliament's PAC on Friday decided to review the construction of border roads at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and procurement of high-altitude clothing for the armed forces, and may call the Defense Secretary and other top officials to be briefed ...

  • Chinese Troops Withdraw 2 km In Galwan Valley, Show New Satellite Images

    Chinese Troops Withdraw 2 km In Galwan Valley, Show New Satellite Images

    The Chinese soldiers' two-km withdrawal as part of the disengagement procedure in Ladakh has been backed up by high resolution satellite images from the bend of the Galwan river as it crosses the Line of Actual Control and flows into territory held by India in Ladakh. The disengagement process had started after Sunday's Special Representative-level...

  • India, China Withdraw In Key Ladakh Areas With New Buffer Zones: 10 Facts

    India, China Withdraw In Key Ladakh Areas With New Buffer Zones: 10 Facts

    China has completed the withdrawal of its troops by 2 km in the contested Hot Springs and Galwan area of eastern Ladakh on Tuesday. The Chinese have also started pulling back in Gogra near Hot Springs. India has also withdrawn an equal distance in all three areas. Buffer zones are being created in the areas where Indian and Chinese soldiers are mut...

  • Blocking Chinese Apps Was "Digital Strike": Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad

    Blocking Chinese Apps Was "Digital Strike": Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad

    Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has said India's surprise move to ban 59 Chinese apps days after a violent face-off between Indian and Chinese soldiers in eastern Ladakh was a "digital strike". "We banned Chinese apps to protect data of countrymen; it was a digital strike," Mr Prasad said at a BJP rally in West Bengal today, news agency Press Tr...

  • "False Information": China On Reports Of Death Of Its 40 Soldiers In Galwan Clash

    "False Information": China On Reports Of Death Of Its 40 Soldiers In Galwan Clash

    China on Tuesday broke its silence over its casualties in the June 15 clash between Indian and Chinese troops while terming as sure "false information" reports that more than 40 Chinese soldiers were killed in the face-off in eastern Ladakh.

  • Army Chief Visits Leh Hospital, Meets Soldiers Injured In Clash

    Army Chief Visits Leh Hospital, Meets Soldiers Injured In Clash

    Army Chief General MM Naravane is in Ladakh on a two-day visit to review the on-ground situation after the face-off between Indian and Chinese soldiers in the Galwan valley in which 20 Indian troops were killed in the line of duty last Monday. He will also review the progress in talks with the Chinese military.

  • Maharashtra Government Puts Investments Of Great Wall Motors & Other Chinese Companies On Hold

    Maharashtra Government Puts Investments Of Great Wall Motors & Other Chinese Companies On Hold

    The recent face-off between the Indian and Chinese soldiers in the Galwan Valley in Ladakh has started to show effect outside the border. As the sentiment to boycott Chinese products has been gaining traction, the Maharashtra government has announced that it has decided to hold back three Chinese investments in the state. These include the investme...

  • "Satellite Photos Show...": Rahul Gandhi's Fresh Attack On PM Over Ladakh

    "Satellite Photos Show...": Rahul Gandhi's Fresh Attack On PM Over Ladakh

    Rahul Gandhi today sharpened his attack on Prime Minister Modi over the violent face-off between Indian and Chinese soldiers in Ladakh, pointing to satellite images of the disputed region to claim China had "captured Indian territory"

  • "Emotionally Manipulating People": Kamal Haasan To Centre Over Ladakh

    "Emotionally Manipulating People": Kamal Haasan To Centre Over Ladakh

    Actor-politician Kamal Haasan has cautioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi against trying to "emotionally manipulate people" over the violent face-off between Indian and Chinese soldiers in Ladakh's Galwan Valley last week

  • "Controversy Being Created": PM's Office On His Remarks At All-Party Meet

    "Controversy Being Created": PM's Office On His Remarks At All-Party Meet

    The government today said "attempts are being made to give a mischievous interpretation" to comments made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at an all-party meeting yesterday on the violent face-off between Indian and Chinese soldiers in eastern Ladakh earlier this week.

  • Body Of Soldier Killed In Ladakh Clash Reaches His Village Madhya Pradesh

    Body Of Soldier Killed In Ladakh Clash Reaches His Village Madhya Pradesh

    The mortal remains of Naik Deepak Singh who was killed in eastern Ladakh in the clashes with Chinese soldiers were consigned to flames with full honours in his village in Madhya Pradesh on Friday.

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'Chinese Soldier' - 78 News Result(s)

  • India, China Fired 100-200 'Warning Shots' At Pangong In Early September

    India, China Fired 100-200 'Warning Shots' At Pangong In Early September

    Indian and Chinese soldiers fired 100-200 rounds of "warning shots" on the North Bank of Pangong Lake in early September, sources say. The incident, say sources, took place when Indian soldiers made key moves to establish a post overlooking Chinese soldiers.

  • Chinese Soldiers With Spears Approached Indian Positions, Told To Back Off

    Chinese Soldiers With Spears Approached Indian Positions, Told To Back Off

    A day after Chinese troops tried to close in on Indian positions on the South Bank of Ladakh's Pangong Lake, photos have emerged of the soldiers armed with spears and automatic rifles. The images are an indication that the Chinese may have intended to force a physical clash similar to June 15 at Galwan Valley, when 20 Indian soldiers died for the c...

  • Chinese Came In "Sufficient Numbers", Indian Army Was Ready: Sources

    Chinese Came In "Sufficient Numbers", Indian Army Was Ready: Sources

    The movement by Chinese soldiers took place at Ladakh's Pangong Lake overnight to change the status quo in the area, sources have said. With no road in the area, a huge number of Chinese troops, deployed along the south bank of the Pangong Lake, footed it westward. Their aim was to unilaterally occupy the area, sources said.

  • Troops Fought For 17-20 Hours With Chinese In Ladakh: Border Force ITBP

    Troops Fought For 17-20 Hours With Chinese In Ladakh: Border Force ITBP

    Not just Ladakh's Galwan Valley, Indian and Chinese soldiers faced off in a number of clashes along the Line of Actual Control between May and June this year that saw troops of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) fight shoulder-to-shoulder with the army and respond to Chinese aggression effectively for up to 20 hours in some cases, the force said...

  • Parliament Panel To Review Border Road Construction In Ladakh

    Parliament Panel To Review Border Road Construction In Ladakh

    In the wake of the recent violent clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers in eastern Ladakh, the parliament's PAC on Friday decided to review the construction of border roads at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and procurement of high-altitude clothing for the armed forces, and may call the Defense Secretary and other top officials to be briefed ...

  • Chinese Troops Withdraw 2 km In Galwan Valley, Show New Satellite Images

    Chinese Troops Withdraw 2 km In Galwan Valley, Show New Satellite Images

    The Chinese soldiers' two-km withdrawal as part of the disengagement procedure in Ladakh has been backed up by high resolution satellite images from the bend of the Galwan river as it crosses the Line of Actual Control and flows into territory held by India in Ladakh. The disengagement process had started after Sunday's Special Representative-level...

  • India, China Withdraw In Key Ladakh Areas With New Buffer Zones: 10 Facts

    India, China Withdraw In Key Ladakh Areas With New Buffer Zones: 10 Facts

    China has completed the withdrawal of its troops by 2 km in the contested Hot Springs and Galwan area of eastern Ladakh on Tuesday. The Chinese have also started pulling back in Gogra near Hot Springs. India has also withdrawn an equal distance in all three areas. Buffer zones are being created in the areas where Indian and Chinese soldiers are mut...

  • Blocking Chinese Apps Was "Digital Strike": Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad

    Blocking Chinese Apps Was "Digital Strike": Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad

    Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has said India's surprise move to ban 59 Chinese apps days after a violent face-off between Indian and Chinese soldiers in eastern Ladakh was a "digital strike". "We banned Chinese apps to protect data of countrymen; it was a digital strike," Mr Prasad said at a BJP rally in West Bengal today, news agency Press Tr...

  • "False Information": China On Reports Of Death Of Its 40 Soldiers In Galwan Clash

    "False Information": China On Reports Of Death Of Its 40 Soldiers In Galwan Clash

    China on Tuesday broke its silence over its casualties in the June 15 clash between Indian and Chinese troops while terming as sure "false information" reports that more than 40 Chinese soldiers were killed in the face-off in eastern Ladakh.

  • Army Chief Visits Leh Hospital, Meets Soldiers Injured In Clash

    Army Chief Visits Leh Hospital, Meets Soldiers Injured In Clash

    Army Chief General MM Naravane is in Ladakh on a two-day visit to review the on-ground situation after the face-off between Indian and Chinese soldiers in the Galwan valley in which 20 Indian troops were killed in the line of duty last Monday. He will also review the progress in talks with the Chinese military.

  • Maharashtra Government Puts Investments Of Great Wall Motors & Other Chinese Companies On Hold

    Maharashtra Government Puts Investments Of Great Wall Motors & Other Chinese Companies On Hold

    The recent face-off between the Indian and Chinese soldiers in the Galwan Valley in Ladakh has started to show effect outside the border. As the sentiment to boycott Chinese products has been gaining traction, the Maharashtra government has announced that it has decided to hold back three Chinese investments in the state. These include the investme...

  • "Satellite Photos Show...": Rahul Gandhi's Fresh Attack On PM Over Ladakh

    "Satellite Photos Show...": Rahul Gandhi's Fresh Attack On PM Over Ladakh

    Rahul Gandhi today sharpened his attack on Prime Minister Modi over the violent face-off between Indian and Chinese soldiers in Ladakh, pointing to satellite images of the disputed region to claim China had "captured Indian territory"

  • "Emotionally Manipulating People": Kamal Haasan To Centre Over Ladakh

    "Emotionally Manipulating People": Kamal Haasan To Centre Over Ladakh

    Actor-politician Kamal Haasan has cautioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi against trying to "emotionally manipulate people" over the violent face-off between Indian and Chinese soldiers in Ladakh's Galwan Valley last week

  • "Controversy Being Created": PM's Office On His Remarks At All-Party Meet

    "Controversy Being Created": PM's Office On His Remarks At All-Party Meet

    The government today said "attempts are being made to give a mischievous interpretation" to comments made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at an all-party meeting yesterday on the violent face-off between Indian and Chinese soldiers in eastern Ladakh earlier this week.

  • Body Of Soldier Killed In Ladakh Clash Reaches His Village Madhya Pradesh

    Body Of Soldier Killed In Ladakh Clash Reaches His Village Madhya Pradesh

    The mortal remains of Naik Deepak Singh who was killed in eastern Ladakh in the clashes with Chinese soldiers were consigned to flames with full honours in his village in Madhya Pradesh on Friday.

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