Galwan River


'Galwan River' - 10 News Result(s)

  • 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...

  • China TV, Attempting Propaganda On Ladakh, Helps Boost India's Claim

    China TV, Attempting Propaganda On Ladakh, Helps Boost India's Claim

    A news programme on CCTV-4, the Chinese state broadcaster, claims to show an Indian helicopter pad and camps in the same embankment of the Galwan River which was later occupied and built-up by Chinese forces after violent clashes with the Indian Army on June 15. 20 Indian soldiers were killed in action and army sources believe the Chinese suffered ...

  • China Withdrawing In Ladakh, Tents Gone, Troops Reduced

    China Withdrawing In Ladakh, Tents Gone, Troops Reduced

    China has withdrawn troops by at least a kilometer in the tense Galwan river valley in eastern Ladakh, where 20 soldiers were killed in action in a deadly brawl with Chinese troops on June 15, sources said on Monday. Indian soldiers have also pulled back and a buffer zone has been created between the troops of both sides, according to the sources.

  • "If We Lost 20 Jawans, Toll Double On Chinese Side": Minister RS Prasad

    "If We Lost 20 Jawans, Toll Double On Chinese Side": Minister RS Prasad

    If anyone casts an "evil eye", India can give a fitting reply, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said today on the China crisis, commenting that if 20 jawans lost their lives in the June 15 brawl in the Galwan river Valley in Ladakh, "the toll is double on the Chinese side".

  • Black Tarpaulins Seen On Galwan River-Bend, 16 Chinese Camps Near LAC

    Black Tarpaulins Seen On Galwan River-Bend, 16 Chinese Camps Near LAC

    New satellite images of the Galwan Valley procured by NDTV show black tarpaulins on an embankment of the Galwan River believed to be a Chinese position around the Line of Actual Control in the region.

  • Chinese Structures, Soldiers Spotted In Galwan Valley In New Satellite Images

    Chinese Structures, Soldiers Spotted In Galwan Valley In New Satellite Images

    A day after India and China agreed to start the process of disengagement along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh, high resolution satellite images appear to show the presence of Chinese structures on both sides of the Line of Actual Control in the Galwan river valley.

  • China Evades Question Again On Casualties Its Troops Suffered In Ladakh

    China Evades Question Again On Casualties Its Troops Suffered In Ladakh

    Evading questions about the brutal and fatal attack carried out by its troops on the Indian soldiers with iron rods and spikes on June 15, China today also declined to respond to queries on reports of it building a dam on the Galwan river at the China-India boundary to obstruct its flow of water.

  • Chinese Bring In Bulldozers, Disturb Flow Of Galwan River: Satellite Pics

    Chinese Bring In Bulldozers, Disturb Flow Of Galwan River: Satellite Pics

    High resolution satellite images procured by NDTV indicate Chinese efforts to block or disturb the flow of the Galwan river in Northeast Ladakh, less than a kilometer from the site of the deadly clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers on June 15 in which 20 Indian officers and men were killed.

  • Army Looking At Changing Rules Of Engagement After Ladakh Clash: Sources

    Army Looking At Changing Rules Of Engagement After Ladakh Clash: Sources

    After a deadly clash in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed in eastern Ladakh, the army is reviewing decades-old rules of engagement with China. The standing instructions for soldiers confronting Chinese troops in a violent face-off include not opening fire. However, sources say the army is allegedly discussing this after Monday night's deadly cla...

  • The Deadly Clash In Ladakh Began Over A Tent Being Removed: Sources

    The Deadly Clash In Ladakh Began Over A Tent Being Removed: Sources

    Several soldiers fell into the icy Galwan River during the clash between Indian and Chinese troops at eastern Ladakh in which 20 Indian soldiers have been killed.

'Galwan River' - 17 Video Result(s)

'Galwan River' - 10 News Result(s)

  • 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...

  • China TV, Attempting Propaganda On Ladakh, Helps Boost India's Claim

    China TV, Attempting Propaganda On Ladakh, Helps Boost India's Claim

    A news programme on CCTV-4, the Chinese state broadcaster, claims to show an Indian helicopter pad and camps in the same embankment of the Galwan River which was later occupied and built-up by Chinese forces after violent clashes with the Indian Army on June 15. 20 Indian soldiers were killed in action and army sources believe the Chinese suffered ...

  • China Withdrawing In Ladakh, Tents Gone, Troops Reduced

    China Withdrawing In Ladakh, Tents Gone, Troops Reduced

    China has withdrawn troops by at least a kilometer in the tense Galwan river valley in eastern Ladakh, where 20 soldiers were killed in action in a deadly brawl with Chinese troops on June 15, sources said on Monday. Indian soldiers have also pulled back and a buffer zone has been created between the troops of both sides, according to the sources.

  • "If We Lost 20 Jawans, Toll Double On Chinese Side": Minister RS Prasad

    "If We Lost 20 Jawans, Toll Double On Chinese Side": Minister RS Prasad

    If anyone casts an "evil eye", India can give a fitting reply, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said today on the China crisis, commenting that if 20 jawans lost their lives in the June 15 brawl in the Galwan river Valley in Ladakh, "the toll is double on the Chinese side".

  • Black Tarpaulins Seen On Galwan River-Bend, 16 Chinese Camps Near LAC

    Black Tarpaulins Seen On Galwan River-Bend, 16 Chinese Camps Near LAC

    New satellite images of the Galwan Valley procured by NDTV show black tarpaulins on an embankment of the Galwan River believed to be a Chinese position around the Line of Actual Control in the region.

  • Chinese Structures, Soldiers Spotted In Galwan Valley In New Satellite Images

    Chinese Structures, Soldiers Spotted In Galwan Valley In New Satellite Images

    A day after India and China agreed to start the process of disengagement along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh, high resolution satellite images appear to show the presence of Chinese structures on both sides of the Line of Actual Control in the Galwan river valley.

  • China Evades Question Again On Casualties Its Troops Suffered In Ladakh

    China Evades Question Again On Casualties Its Troops Suffered In Ladakh

    Evading questions about the brutal and fatal attack carried out by its troops on the Indian soldiers with iron rods and spikes on June 15, China today also declined to respond to queries on reports of it building a dam on the Galwan river at the China-India boundary to obstruct its flow of water.

  • Chinese Bring In Bulldozers, Disturb Flow Of Galwan River: Satellite Pics

    Chinese Bring In Bulldozers, Disturb Flow Of Galwan River: Satellite Pics

    High resolution satellite images procured by NDTV indicate Chinese efforts to block or disturb the flow of the Galwan river in Northeast Ladakh, less than a kilometer from the site of the deadly clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers on June 15 in which 20 Indian officers and men were killed.

  • Army Looking At Changing Rules Of Engagement After Ladakh Clash: Sources

    Army Looking At Changing Rules Of Engagement After Ladakh Clash: Sources

    After a deadly clash in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed in eastern Ladakh, the army is reviewing decades-old rules of engagement with China. The standing instructions for soldiers confronting Chinese troops in a violent face-off include not opening fire. However, sources say the army is allegedly discussing this after Monday night's deadly cla...

  • The Deadly Clash In Ladakh Began Over A Tent Being Removed: Sources

    The Deadly Clash In Ladakh Began Over A Tent Being Removed: Sources

    Several soldiers fell into the icy Galwan River during the clash between Indian and Chinese troops at eastern Ladakh in which 20 Indian soldiers have been killed.

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