Pangong Lake Disengagement

'Pangong Lake Disengagement' - 18 News Result(s)

  • India-China Military Talks End, Next Phase Of Disengagement Discussed
    India News | Reported by Vishnu Som, Edited by Swati Bhasin | Sunday February 21, 2021
    India and China have concluded the tenth round of military talks, which began yesterday morning after 10 AM and lasted for about 16 hours. The talks come as the two neighbouring countries completed the disengagement process on both the banks of the Pangong Lake in eastern Ladakh on Friday.
  • Pangong Disengagement Complete, Next Phase Of India-China Talks Today
    India News | Reported by Vishnu Som, Edited by Harish Pullanoor | Saturday February 20, 2021
    Senior commanders of the Indian and Chinese armies will meet today for the tenth time to take forward the Galwan Valley disengagement process, official sources have said. This round comes a day after it was revealed that the two militaries had completed the withdrawal of troops and military hardware from the banks of the Pangong lake in Ladakh. Fol...
  • Next Round Of India-China Talks Over Ladakh's Depsang, Hot Springs, Gogra Today
    India News | Press Trust of India | Saturday February 20, 2021
    Senior commanders of Indian and Chinese armies will hold a fresh round of high-level talks today to take forward the disengagement process after both sides completed withdrawal of troops and military hardware from the north and south banks of Pangong lake in eastern Ladakh, official sources said on Friday.
  • India, China Disengagement At Both Banks Of Pangong Completed: Sources
    India News | Reported by Vishnu Som, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Friday February 19, 2021
    Disengagement on both banks of the Pangong Lake has been completed, sources said today.
  • China Withdraws 140 Tanks, 60 Artillery Guns, 7,000 Troops In Ladakh Deescalation
    India News | Reported by Vishnu Som, Edited by Shylaja Varma | Tuesday February 16, 2021
    Indian and Chinese tanks were seen disengaging from the banks of Pangong lake area in eastern Ladakh where were deployed amid a standoff areas along the Line of Actual Control. Multiple videos and images released by the Indian Army today show the continued process of disengagement between Chinese and Indian forces on both banks of the glacial lake,...
  • "Welcome Deescalation": US On India-China Troop Disengagement
    India News | Press Trust of India | Friday February 12, 2021
    The US has welcomed the ongoing efforts by India and China to de-escalate the situation in eastern Ladakh and said it would continue to monitor the situation closely as both sides work toward a peaceful resolution.
  • Approach During Talks With China Based on PM's Directions: Rajnath Singh
    India News | ANI | Thursday February 11, 2021
    Noting that India's firm resolve to not allow an inch of its territory to be taken by anyone had led to an agreement with China concerning disengagement from Pangong Lake area, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said on Thursday said that "outstanding issues relating to deployment on LAC and patrolling" will figure in future talks with the neighbouring...
  • Watch: First Video Of Indian, Chinese Tanks Disengaging In Ladakh
    India News | Reported by Vishnu Som, Edited by Divyanshu Dutta Roy | Thursday February 11, 2021
    Indian and Chinese military tanks were seen moving back, in a video released by Indian defence sources, as the two sides reached an agreement on disengagement on both the north and south bank of the Pangong Lake, ending a months-long standoff in the area.
  • 5 Big Points On India, China Pulling Troops Back at Pangong Lake
    India News | Edited by Debanish Achom | Thursday February 11, 2021
    Defence Minister Rajnath Singh today said India and China are disengaging from standoff areas along the Line of Actual Control in Pangong Lake. The "synchronised and organised disengagement" are happening from the north and south banks of Pangong Lake.
  • For Big Breakthrough In China Standoff, Government Says Nothing Conceded
    India News | Reported by Vishnu Som, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Thursday February 11, 2021
    India and China have reached an agreement on disengagement at Pangong Tso in Ladakh, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said today in parliament, giving details of a breakthrough after a protracted stand-off and several rounds of talks between military commanders and diplomats.
  • India-China Start Withdrawal Along Pangong Lake: Chinese Defence Ministry
    India News | Reported by Vishnu Som, Edited by Chandrashekar Srinivasan | Wednesday February 10, 2021
    India and China have begun "synchronised and organised disengagement" from the north and south banks of Pangong Lake, a Chinese defence ministry spokesperson said Wednesday afternoon
  • "Must Continue Talks To Ensure Full Restoration Of Peace": Rajnath Singh To Chinese Counterpart
    India News | Reported by Vishnu Som, Edited by Chandrashekar Srinivasan | Saturday September 5, 2020
    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"
  • Negotiations Only Way Forward: Centre On China-India Border Row
    India News | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Friday September 4, 2020
    China should "sincerely engage" with India to restore peace along the border through complete disengagement, New Delhi said today, asserting that negotiations were the only way ahead.
  • India Rebuffs China, Refuses To Disengage Further Along Pangong Tso
    India News | Reported by Vishnu Som, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Thursday August 6, 2020
    India has firmly told China that it will not move back any further in the region along Pangong Lake, as military commanders of the two sides continue discussions on disengagement in Eastern Ladakh. In the last meeting, India rebuffed China's demand that its troops vacate a critical post to facilitate further disengagement.
  • As India, China Hold Fresh Talks, Army Stocks Up On Supplies, Winter Kits
    India News | Written by Vishnu Som | Sunday August 2, 2020
    India will be keen to ensure a substantive Chinese disengagement from the Fingers region along the banks of the Pangong Lake in Ladakh in the fifth round of Commander-level talks which have begun today.

'Pangong Lake Disengagement' - 22 Video Result(s)

'Pangong Lake Disengagement' - 18 News Result(s)

  • India-China Military Talks End, Next Phase Of Disengagement Discussed
    India News | Reported by Vishnu Som, Edited by Swati Bhasin | Sunday February 21, 2021
    India and China have concluded the tenth round of military talks, which began yesterday morning after 10 AM and lasted for about 16 hours. The talks come as the two neighbouring countries completed the disengagement process on both the banks of the Pangong Lake in eastern Ladakh on Friday.
  • Pangong Disengagement Complete, Next Phase Of India-China Talks Today
    India News | Reported by Vishnu Som, Edited by Harish Pullanoor | Saturday February 20, 2021
    Senior commanders of the Indian and Chinese armies will meet today for the tenth time to take forward the Galwan Valley disengagement process, official sources have said. This round comes a day after it was revealed that the two militaries had completed the withdrawal of troops and military hardware from the banks of the Pangong lake in Ladakh. Fol...
  • Next Round Of India-China Talks Over Ladakh's Depsang, Hot Springs, Gogra Today
    India News | Press Trust of India | Saturday February 20, 2021
    Senior commanders of Indian and Chinese armies will hold a fresh round of high-level talks today to take forward the disengagement process after both sides completed withdrawal of troops and military hardware from the north and south banks of Pangong lake in eastern Ladakh, official sources said on Friday.
  • India, China Disengagement At Both Banks Of Pangong Completed: Sources
    India News | Reported by Vishnu Som, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Friday February 19, 2021
    Disengagement on both banks of the Pangong Lake has been completed, sources said today.
  • China Withdraws 140 Tanks, 60 Artillery Guns, 7,000 Troops In Ladakh Deescalation
    India News | Reported by Vishnu Som, Edited by Shylaja Varma | Tuesday February 16, 2021
    Indian and Chinese tanks were seen disengaging from the banks of Pangong lake area in eastern Ladakh where were deployed amid a standoff areas along the Line of Actual Control. Multiple videos and images released by the Indian Army today show the continued process of disengagement between Chinese and Indian forces on both banks of the glacial lake,...
  • "Welcome Deescalation": US On India-China Troop Disengagement
    India News | Press Trust of India | Friday February 12, 2021
    The US has welcomed the ongoing efforts by India and China to de-escalate the situation in eastern Ladakh and said it would continue to monitor the situation closely as both sides work toward a peaceful resolution.
  • Approach During Talks With China Based on PM's Directions: Rajnath Singh
    India News | ANI | Thursday February 11, 2021
    Noting that India's firm resolve to not allow an inch of its territory to be taken by anyone had led to an agreement with China concerning disengagement from Pangong Lake area, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said on Thursday said that "outstanding issues relating to deployment on LAC and patrolling" will figure in future talks with the neighbouring...
  • Watch: First Video Of Indian, Chinese Tanks Disengaging In Ladakh
    India News | Reported by Vishnu Som, Edited by Divyanshu Dutta Roy | Thursday February 11, 2021
    Indian and Chinese military tanks were seen moving back, in a video released by Indian defence sources, as the two sides reached an agreement on disengagement on both the north and south bank of the Pangong Lake, ending a months-long standoff in the area.
  • 5 Big Points On India, China Pulling Troops Back at Pangong Lake
    India News | Edited by Debanish Achom | Thursday February 11, 2021
    Defence Minister Rajnath Singh today said India and China are disengaging from standoff areas along the Line of Actual Control in Pangong Lake. The "synchronised and organised disengagement" are happening from the north and south banks of Pangong Lake.
  • For Big Breakthrough In China Standoff, Government Says Nothing Conceded
    India News | Reported by Vishnu Som, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Thursday February 11, 2021
    India and China have reached an agreement on disengagement at Pangong Tso in Ladakh, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said today in parliament, giving details of a breakthrough after a protracted stand-off and several rounds of talks between military commanders and diplomats.
  • India-China Start Withdrawal Along Pangong Lake: Chinese Defence Ministry
    India News | Reported by Vishnu Som, Edited by Chandrashekar Srinivasan | Wednesday February 10, 2021
    India and China have begun "synchronised and organised disengagement" from the north and south banks of Pangong Lake, a Chinese defence ministry spokesperson said Wednesday afternoon
  • "Must Continue Talks To Ensure Full Restoration Of Peace": Rajnath Singh To Chinese Counterpart
    India News | Reported by Vishnu Som, Edited by Chandrashekar Srinivasan | Saturday September 5, 2020
    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"
  • Negotiations Only Way Forward: Centre On China-India Border Row
    India News | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Friday September 4, 2020
    China should "sincerely engage" with India to restore peace along the border through complete disengagement, New Delhi said today, asserting that negotiations were the only way ahead.
  • India Rebuffs China, Refuses To Disengage Further Along Pangong Tso
    India News | Reported by Vishnu Som, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Thursday August 6, 2020
    India has firmly told China that it will not move back any further in the region along Pangong Lake, as military commanders of the two sides continue discussions on disengagement in Eastern Ladakh. In the last meeting, India rebuffed China's demand that its troops vacate a critical post to facilitate further disengagement.
  • As India, China Hold Fresh Talks, Army Stocks Up On Supplies, Winter Kits
    India News | Written by Vishnu Som | Sunday August 2, 2020
    India will be keen to ensure a substantive Chinese disengagement from the Fingers region along the banks of the Pangong Lake in Ladakh in the fifth round of Commander-level talks which have begun today.

'Pangong Lake Disengagement' - 22 Video Result(s)

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