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  • India, China Hold Military Commanders' Talks To Defuse Border Tension

    India, China Hold Military Commanders' Talks To Defuse Border Tension

    A meeting between military commanders of India and China is currently underway near the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control to defuse tension along the de facto border between the two neighbours.

  • "No Force Can Stop Army From Patrolling": On Ladakh, Rajnath Singh To MPs

    "No Force Can Stop Army From Patrolling": On Ladakh, Rajnath Singh To MPs

    No power on earth can stop the Indian Army from patrolling, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said today in parliament on the dispute with China at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh. Responding to opposition questions on the Chinese not allowing Indian soldiers to patrol traditional posts, he said: "That is the reason for our fight with China...

  • "No Infiltration At Indo-China Border In Last 6 Months": Centre To MPs

    "No Infiltration At Indo-China Border In Last 6 Months": Centre To MPs

    No infiltration has been reported along the India-China border in the last six months, the government said in parliament today in the middle of a stand-off in Ladakh and multiple attempts by the Chinese to "alter the Line of Actual Control (LAC)" or the de-facto border between the nations.

  • After India Accuses China Of Provocative Action at LAC, Beijing's Claim

    After India Accuses China Of Provocative Action at LAC, Beijing's Claim

    China has alleged that India was "obviously... illegal trespassing" along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) - the de facto border between the two countries - during a military stand-off in the eastern Ladakh region on August 29 and 30 that India said was a provocative attempt to change the status quo.

  • "Price Rise, Unemployment Aren't Issues": Shiv Sena's Swipe At Centre

    "Price Rise, Unemployment Aren't Issues": Shiv Sena's Swipe At Centre

    With the monsoon session of Parliament beginning from Monday, the Shiv Sena asked whether the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha will discuss seriously important issues like Chinese aggression along the LAC, COVID-19 and unemployment.

  • "India's Troops Displaying Newfound Boldness": Report On China Border Row

    "India's Troops Displaying Newfound Boldness": Report On China Border Row

    China's failure to push around the Indian troops in the Line of Actual Control (LAC) means that the ability of Chinese President Xi Jinping to intimidate anyone has reduced.

  • "Massing Of Chinese Troops" A Strong Concern, India Tells China: Sources

    "Massing Of Chinese Troops" A Strong Concern, India Tells China: Sources

    India highlighted its "strong concern at the massing of Chinese troops with equipment along the Line of Actual Control (LAC)", the de facto border between the countries, at the meeting between Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in Moscow on Thursday evening, sources have said. "The provocative behavior of Chinese fron...

  • India-China Foreign Ministers Meet In Moscow Amid Border Tension

    India-China Foreign Ministers Meet In Moscow Amid Border Tension

    Foreign minister S Jaishankar had a meeting this evening with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in an attempt to defuse tension after a spike in hostilities along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), the de facto border between the two nations.

  • "Any Trajectory" Possible In India-China Stand-Off, Talks Critical: Sources

    "Any Trajectory" Possible In India-China Stand-Off, Talks Critical: Sources

    The present standoff between India and China ''can take any trajectory,'' top government officials have told NDTV, indicating that the possibility of a conflict, localised or across the region, cannot be ruled out.

  • 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...

  • Amid Row, Army Hands Over 13 Yaks, 4 Calves To China As "Humane Gesture"

    Amid Row, Army Hands Over 13 Yaks, 4 Calves To China As "Humane Gesture"

    In a humane gesture, Indian Army handed over yaks and calves that strayed across the Line of Actual Control in Arunachal Pradesh to China, said the Eastern Command, Indian Army on Monday.

  • Indian Soldiers Fired Warning Shots At Bank Of Pangong Lake, Claims China

    Indian Soldiers Fired Warning Shots At Bank Of Pangong Lake, Claims China

    China has claimed that Indian soldiers fired warning shots after crossing the Line of Actual Control in the south bank of Pangong Lake in Ladakh on Monday, days after a series of provocative actions at the LAC by the Chinese army. "The Chinese border guards were forced to take countermeasures to stabilise the situation," a spokesperson of the Peopl...

  • Border Road Organisation Working 24x7 To Facilitate Army Movement In Ladakh

    Border Road Organisation Working 24x7 To Facilitate Army Movement In Ladakh

    To facilitate fast movement of security forces and easy deployment of heavy machinery and other weapons to locations along Ladakh's Line of Actual Control (LAC) - the de factor border between India and China - amid ongoing tension between the two countries, the Border Road Organisation (BRO) has started working round-the-clock to finish building ro...

  • "Must Continue Talks To Ensure Full Restoration Of Peace": Rajnath Singh To Chinese Counterpart

    "Must Continue Talks To Ensure Full Restoration Of Peace": Rajnath Singh To Chinese Counterpart

    Shortly after China accused India of being "entirely" responsible for the border stand-off in Ladakh and blamed Delhi for escalating tension between the two countries, the Defence Ministry called for calm and appealed against "action that could complicate the situation or escalate matters in border areas"

  • Can't Lose An Inch Of Territory: China Statement After Rajnath Singh Meet

    Can't Lose An Inch Of Territory: China Statement After Rajnath Singh Meet

    India is "entirely" responsible for the border stand-off in Ladakh and China will not lose "an inch of its territory", the Chinese government claimed Saturday morning, blaming India for escalating tension along the LAC (Line of Actual Control), which serves as the de factor border between the two countries.

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  • India, China Hold Military Commanders' Talks To Defuse Border Tension

    India, China Hold Military Commanders' Talks To Defuse Border Tension

    A meeting between military commanders of India and China is currently underway near the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control to defuse tension along the de facto border between the two neighbours.

  • "No Force Can Stop Army From Patrolling": On Ladakh, Rajnath Singh To MPs

    "No Force Can Stop Army From Patrolling": On Ladakh, Rajnath Singh To MPs

    No power on earth can stop the Indian Army from patrolling, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said today in parliament on the dispute with China at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh. Responding to opposition questions on the Chinese not allowing Indian soldiers to patrol traditional posts, he said: "That is the reason for our fight with China...

  • "No Infiltration At Indo-China Border In Last 6 Months": Centre To MPs

    "No Infiltration At Indo-China Border In Last 6 Months": Centre To MPs

    No infiltration has been reported along the India-China border in the last six months, the government said in parliament today in the middle of a stand-off in Ladakh and multiple attempts by the Chinese to "alter the Line of Actual Control (LAC)" or the de-facto border between the nations.

  • After India Accuses China Of Provocative Action at LAC, Beijing's Claim

    After India Accuses China Of Provocative Action at LAC, Beijing's Claim

    China has alleged that India was "obviously... illegal trespassing" along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) - the de facto border between the two countries - during a military stand-off in the eastern Ladakh region on August 29 and 30 that India said was a provocative attempt to change the status quo.

  • "Price Rise, Unemployment Aren't Issues": Shiv Sena's Swipe At Centre

    "Price Rise, Unemployment Aren't Issues": Shiv Sena's Swipe At Centre

    With the monsoon session of Parliament beginning from Monday, the Shiv Sena asked whether the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha will discuss seriously important issues like Chinese aggression along the LAC, COVID-19 and unemployment.

  • "India's Troops Displaying Newfound Boldness": Report On China Border Row

    "India's Troops Displaying Newfound Boldness": Report On China Border Row

    China's failure to push around the Indian troops in the Line of Actual Control (LAC) means that the ability of Chinese President Xi Jinping to intimidate anyone has reduced.

  • "Massing Of Chinese Troops" A Strong Concern, India Tells China: Sources

    "Massing Of Chinese Troops" A Strong Concern, India Tells China: Sources

    India highlighted its "strong concern at the massing of Chinese troops with equipment along the Line of Actual Control (LAC)", the de facto border between the countries, at the meeting between Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in Moscow on Thursday evening, sources have said. "The provocative behavior of Chinese fron...

  • India-China Foreign Ministers Meet In Moscow Amid Border Tension

    India-China Foreign Ministers Meet In Moscow Amid Border Tension

    Foreign minister S Jaishankar had a meeting this evening with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in an attempt to defuse tension after a spike in hostilities along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), the de facto border between the two nations.

  • "Any Trajectory" Possible In India-China Stand-Off, Talks Critical: Sources

    "Any Trajectory" Possible In India-China Stand-Off, Talks Critical: Sources

    The present standoff between India and China ''can take any trajectory,'' top government officials have told NDTV, indicating that the possibility of a conflict, localised or across the region, cannot be ruled out.

  • 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...

  • Amid Row, Army Hands Over 13 Yaks, 4 Calves To China As "Humane Gesture"

    Amid Row, Army Hands Over 13 Yaks, 4 Calves To China As "Humane Gesture"

    In a humane gesture, Indian Army handed over yaks and calves that strayed across the Line of Actual Control in Arunachal Pradesh to China, said the Eastern Command, Indian Army on Monday.

  • Indian Soldiers Fired Warning Shots At Bank Of Pangong Lake, Claims China

    Indian Soldiers Fired Warning Shots At Bank Of Pangong Lake, Claims China

    China has claimed that Indian soldiers fired warning shots after crossing the Line of Actual Control in the south bank of Pangong Lake in Ladakh on Monday, days after a series of provocative actions at the LAC by the Chinese army. "The Chinese border guards were forced to take countermeasures to stabilise the situation," a spokesperson of the Peopl...

  • Border Road Organisation Working 24x7 To Facilitate Army Movement In Ladakh

    Border Road Organisation Working 24x7 To Facilitate Army Movement In Ladakh

    To facilitate fast movement of security forces and easy deployment of heavy machinery and other weapons to locations along Ladakh's Line of Actual Control (LAC) - the de factor border between India and China - amid ongoing tension between the two countries, the Border Road Organisation (BRO) has started working round-the-clock to finish building ro...

  • "Must Continue Talks To Ensure Full Restoration Of Peace": Rajnath Singh To Chinese Counterpart

    "Must Continue Talks To Ensure Full Restoration Of Peace": Rajnath Singh To Chinese Counterpart

    Shortly after China accused India of being "entirely" responsible for the border stand-off in Ladakh and blamed Delhi for escalating tension between the two countries, the Defence Ministry called for calm and appealed against "action that could complicate the situation or escalate matters in border areas"

  • Can't Lose An Inch Of Territory: China Statement After Rajnath Singh Meet

    Can't Lose An Inch Of Territory: China Statement After Rajnath Singh Meet

    India is "entirely" responsible for the border stand-off in Ladakh and China will not lose "an inch of its territory", the Chinese government claimed Saturday morning, blaming India for escalating tension along the LAC (Line of Actual Control), which serves as the de factor border between the two countries.

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