Donglang Region


'Donglang Region' - 3 News Result(s)

  • 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.

  • China Unusually Aggressive On Sikkim Stand-Off: Foreign Secretary To MPs

    China Unusually Aggressive On  Sikkim Stand-Off: Foreign Secretary To MPs

    Though China habitually stirs up border disputes, its approach to the stand-off at Sikkim that began last month is unusually aggressive, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar told a group of MPs today which included senior opposition leaders including Rahul Gandhi.

  • India Pushes Troops In Doka La In Longest Impasse Since 1962

    India Pushes Troops In Doka La In Longest Impasse Since 1962

    India has pushed in more troops in a "non-combative mode" to strengthen its position in an area near Sikkim, where its soldiers have been locked in a standoff with Chinese troops for almost a month now in what has been the longest such impasse between the two armies since 1962.

'Donglang Region' - 3 News Result(s)

  • 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.

  • China Unusually Aggressive On Sikkim Stand-Off: Foreign Secretary To MPs

    China Unusually Aggressive On  Sikkim Stand-Off: Foreign Secretary To MPs

    Though China habitually stirs up border disputes, its approach to the stand-off at Sikkim that began last month is unusually aggressive, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar told a group of MPs today which included senior opposition leaders including Rahul Gandhi.

  • India Pushes Troops In Doka La In Longest Impasse Since 1962

    India Pushes Troops In Doka La In Longest Impasse Since 1962

    India has pushed in more troops in a "non-combative mode" to strengthen its position in an area near Sikkim, where its soldiers have been locked in a standoff with Chinese troops for almost a month now in what has been the longest such impasse between the two armies since 1962.

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