Doklam Plateau


'Doklam Plateau' - 27 News Result(s)

  • New Chinese Ammunition Bunkers Seen 7 Km From 2017 Doklam Face-Off Site

    New Chinese Ammunition Bunkers Seen 7 Km From 2017 Doklam Face-Off Site

    Satellite imagery accessed by NDTV shows the construction of what appear to be military-grade, hardened ammunition bunkers, 2.5 kilometres away from Sinche-La pass on the eastern periphery of the contested Doklam plateau near the border between Bhutan and China in the area.

  • Exclusive: Satellite Images Hint At Renewed China Threat In Doklam

    Exclusive: Satellite Images Hint At Renewed China Threat In Doklam

    High resolution satellite imagery accessed by NDTV indicates that in addition to setting up a village more than two kilometres within Bhutanese territory on the eastern periphery of the contested Doklam plateau, China has built a road in the same area that stretches approximately 9 kilometres inside Bhutanese territory.

  • Bhutan's Denial Of China Incursion Is "Blatant Untruth": Global Observers

    Bhutan's Denial Of China Incursion Is "Blatant Untruth": Global Observers

    Bhutan on Friday denied reports that China has constructed a village more than 2 kilometres inside Bhutanese territory near the contested Doklam plateau, despite clear satellite imagery and detailed map locations to the contrary.

  • Exclusive: China Building New 'Tunnels' For Winter At Border Hotspot Doklam

    Exclusive: China Building New 'Tunnels' For Winter At Border Hotspot Doklam

    China has stepped up its road construction activity in the Doklam plateau to ensure that all-weather access is maintained in the region, where India and China were involved in a nearly 70-day stand-off in 2017, indicates a satellite image accessed by NDTV.

  • How 7-Hour Journey On Mule Track To Doklam Now Takes Army Only 40 Minutes

    How 7-Hour Journey On Mule Track To Doklam Now Takes Army Only 40 Minutes

    A journey to the Indian Army's strategic Dokala base, which stands at the edge of the disputed Doklam plateau near Sikkim, now takes no more than 40 minutes on an all-weather black tarred road that has no restrictions on its load carrying capacity.

  • China, Bhutan Discuss Border Issues, Doklam Plateau

    China, Bhutan Discuss Border Issues, Doklam Plateau

    China on Tuesday said it discussed the vexed boundary issue, including the Doklam plateau, with Bhutan during Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Kong Xuanyou's three-day visit to Thimpu.

  • Blog: Modi's Right. Standing Up To China Militarily Won't Work For India

    Blog: Modi's Right. Standing Up To China Militarily Won't Work For India

    If the next set of Google Earth images were to show fresh Chinese construction in the disputed Doklam plateau, there would be likely be front page headlines on "China renews construction in Doklam despite Modi-Xi talks in Wuhan.'

  • Modi Government "Caught Snoozing" While China Occupying Doklam: Congress

    Modi Government "Caught Snoozing" While China Occupying Doklam: Congress

    The Congress on Thursday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of compromising with national security and strategic interests, and said his government was "caught snoozing" when China was reportedly occupying the Doklam plateau with fresh military installations.

  • Must Learn From Doklam To Avoid Future Conflict, Says China

    Must Learn From Doklam To Avoid Future Conflict, Says China

    China today said the Doklam standoff posed a "major test" for bilateral ties with India and lessons should be learnt from it to avoid a similar situation of its kind in future

  • Exclusive: How China Has Built Major Roads In Doklam

    Exclusive: How China Has Built Major Roads In Doklam

    High-res satellite images accessed by NDTV show that China has, over the last decade, been steadily converting tracts of land in the disputed Doklam Plateau into full-fledged all-weather roads that run a few hundred metres from Indian posts such as Doka La in Sikkim.

  • With 500 Soldiers On Guard, China Expands Road In Doklam

    With 500 Soldiers On Guard, China Expands Road In Doklam

    Barely a month after the winding down of an aggressive stand-off with India at the Sikkim border, the Chinese army is back to building a road on the Doklam Plateau, just 10 km from the location of the last conflict. The Doklam Plateau is claimed by both Beijing and Bhutan as their territory. India backs Bhutan's claim.

  • China Says More Patrols In Doklam, But Cedes Changes For India Too

    China Says More Patrols In Doklam, But Cedes Changes For India Too

    China's Defence Ministry said today that it will increase patrols in the region where a nearly 70-day-long standoff with India ended on Monday. However, Beijing reiterated that it will "adjust deployments" on the remote and mountainous Doklam Plateau that is disputed territory for China and Bhutan.

  • Army Chief Said He Could Ensure Max Damage: Government Sources On Doklam

    Army Chief Said He Could Ensure Max Damage: Government Sources On Doklam

    A day after China and India ended their worst military confrontation in decades, sources said the government negotiated the settlement from a position of strength because the army had enveloped the entire area and "had made enough provisions to neutralize the Chinese forces".

  • China Says Building Disputed Road In Doklam Will Depend On Weather

    China Says Building Disputed Road In Doklam Will Depend On Weather

    A day after India and China ended a more than two-month face-off, Beijing said that its plans to build a road in the flashpoint area - the remote Doklam Plateau in the Eastern Himalayas - depend on the weather. The approaching and bitter winter is not conducive to either stationing soldiers there, or building infrastructure.

  • Learn From Doklam Standoff, China Army Tells India

    Learn From Doklam Standoff, China Army Tells India

    A day after both India and China pulled back their troops, ending a nearly 70-day-long dispute on the remote Doklam Plateau, China's army has warned India to "draw lessons from the stand off."

'Doklam Plateau' - 9 Video Result(s)

'Doklam Plateau' - 27 News Result(s)

  • New Chinese Ammunition Bunkers Seen 7 Km From 2017 Doklam Face-Off Site

    New Chinese Ammunition Bunkers Seen 7 Km From 2017 Doklam Face-Off Site

    Satellite imagery accessed by NDTV shows the construction of what appear to be military-grade, hardened ammunition bunkers, 2.5 kilometres away from Sinche-La pass on the eastern periphery of the contested Doklam plateau near the border between Bhutan and China in the area.

  • Exclusive: Satellite Images Hint At Renewed China Threat In Doklam

    Exclusive: Satellite Images Hint At Renewed China Threat In Doklam

    High resolution satellite imagery accessed by NDTV indicates that in addition to setting up a village more than two kilometres within Bhutanese territory on the eastern periphery of the contested Doklam plateau, China has built a road in the same area that stretches approximately 9 kilometres inside Bhutanese territory.

  • Bhutan's Denial Of China Incursion Is "Blatant Untruth": Global Observers

    Bhutan's Denial Of China Incursion Is "Blatant Untruth": Global Observers

    Bhutan on Friday denied reports that China has constructed a village more than 2 kilometres inside Bhutanese territory near the contested Doklam plateau, despite clear satellite imagery and detailed map locations to the contrary.

  • Exclusive: China Building New 'Tunnels' For Winter At Border Hotspot Doklam

    Exclusive: China Building New 'Tunnels' For Winter At Border Hotspot Doklam

    China has stepped up its road construction activity in the Doklam plateau to ensure that all-weather access is maintained in the region, where India and China were involved in a nearly 70-day stand-off in 2017, indicates a satellite image accessed by NDTV.

  • How 7-Hour Journey On Mule Track To Doklam Now Takes Army Only 40 Minutes

    How 7-Hour Journey On Mule Track To Doklam Now Takes Army Only 40 Minutes

    A journey to the Indian Army's strategic Dokala base, which stands at the edge of the disputed Doklam plateau near Sikkim, now takes no more than 40 minutes on an all-weather black tarred road that has no restrictions on its load carrying capacity.

  • China, Bhutan Discuss Border Issues, Doklam Plateau

    China, Bhutan Discuss Border Issues, Doklam Plateau

    China on Tuesday said it discussed the vexed boundary issue, including the Doklam plateau, with Bhutan during Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Kong Xuanyou's three-day visit to Thimpu.

  • Blog: Modi's Right. Standing Up To China Militarily Won't Work For India

    Blog: Modi's Right. Standing Up To China Militarily Won't Work For India

    If the next set of Google Earth images were to show fresh Chinese construction in the disputed Doklam plateau, there would be likely be front page headlines on "China renews construction in Doklam despite Modi-Xi talks in Wuhan.'

  • Modi Government "Caught Snoozing" While China Occupying Doklam: Congress

    Modi Government "Caught Snoozing" While China Occupying Doklam: Congress

    The Congress on Thursday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of compromising with national security and strategic interests, and said his government was "caught snoozing" when China was reportedly occupying the Doklam plateau with fresh military installations.

  • Must Learn From Doklam To Avoid Future Conflict, Says China

    Must Learn From Doklam To Avoid Future Conflict, Says China

    China today said the Doklam standoff posed a "major test" for bilateral ties with India and lessons should be learnt from it to avoid a similar situation of its kind in future

  • Exclusive: How China Has Built Major Roads In Doklam

    Exclusive: How China Has Built Major Roads In Doklam

    High-res satellite images accessed by NDTV show that China has, over the last decade, been steadily converting tracts of land in the disputed Doklam Plateau into full-fledged all-weather roads that run a few hundred metres from Indian posts such as Doka La in Sikkim.

  • With 500 Soldiers On Guard, China Expands Road In Doklam

    With 500 Soldiers On Guard, China Expands Road In Doklam

    Barely a month after the winding down of an aggressive stand-off with India at the Sikkim border, the Chinese army is back to building a road on the Doklam Plateau, just 10 km from the location of the last conflict. The Doklam Plateau is claimed by both Beijing and Bhutan as their territory. India backs Bhutan's claim.

  • China Says More Patrols In Doklam, But Cedes Changes For India Too

    China Says More Patrols In Doklam, But Cedes Changes For India Too

    China's Defence Ministry said today that it will increase patrols in the region where a nearly 70-day-long standoff with India ended on Monday. However, Beijing reiterated that it will "adjust deployments" on the remote and mountainous Doklam Plateau that is disputed territory for China and Bhutan.

  • Army Chief Said He Could Ensure Max Damage: Government Sources On Doklam

    Army Chief Said He Could Ensure Max Damage: Government Sources On Doklam

    A day after China and India ended their worst military confrontation in decades, sources said the government negotiated the settlement from a position of strength because the army had enveloped the entire area and "had made enough provisions to neutralize the Chinese forces".

  • China Says Building Disputed Road In Doklam Will Depend On Weather

    China Says Building Disputed Road In Doklam Will Depend On Weather

    A day after India and China ended a more than two-month face-off, Beijing said that its plans to build a road in the flashpoint area - the remote Doklam Plateau in the Eastern Himalayas - depend on the weather. The approaching and bitter winter is not conducive to either stationing soldiers there, or building infrastructure.

  • Learn From Doklam Standoff, China Army Tells India

    Learn From Doklam Standoff, China Army Tells India

    A day after both India and China pulled back their troops, ending a nearly 70-day-long dispute on the remote Doklam Plateau, China's army has warned India to "draw lessons from the stand off."

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