Sikkim Border Dispute

'Sikkim Border Dispute' - 30 News Result(s)

  • How 7-Hour Journey On Mule Track To Doklam Now Takes Army Only 40 Minutes
    India News | Written by Vishnu Som | Thursday October 3, 2019
    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.
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  • Exclusive: In Doklam, Chinese Built New Roads In Last 2 Months, Show Satellite Pics
    India News | Written by Vishnu Som | Tuesday December 12, 2017
    New satellite images of the Doklam area to the east of Sikkim clearly indicate that Chinese road workers have expanded multiple stretches of the existing track in the disputed area, a short distance away from the site where Indian and Chinese soldiers faced off for 70 days earlier this year.
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  • With 500 Soldiers On Guard, China Expands Road In Doklam
    India News | Written by Vishnu Som | Thursday October 5, 2017
    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.
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  • Ahead Of PM Modi Visit, China Says Hope India Learnt Lesson At Doklam
    India News | NDTV News Desk | Wednesday August 30, 2017
    China and India have great potential for cooperation, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Wednesday, seeking to cast their difficult ties in a positive light ahead of next week's visit by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
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  • Rajnath Singh Says China Tension To End Soon, Beijing Makes Angry Comment
    India News | NDTV News Desk | Monday August 21, 2017
    Days after footage emerged of Indian and Chinese soldiers fighting at the border at Sikkim, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that the confrontation will end soon. China offered no assurances, instead blaming India again for the altercation that has extended into its third month and for the clashes that erupted with soldiers from both sides throwing...
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  • On A Move That Will Anger China, Vietnam Says Yes, India Denies
    India News | Written by Vishnu Som | Friday August 18, 2017
    For the first time ever, the government of Vietnam today confirmed - albeit carefully - that it has acquired BrahMos anti-ship cruise missiles from India. At a time when Delhi and China are locked in their worst military confrontation in decades, sources in the Defence Ministry denied selling the missile systems to Vietnam, though they did not want...
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  • After Ladakh Clashes, China And India Army Officers Hold Talks: 10 Facts
    India News | Reported by Neeta Sharma, Vishnu Som, Edited by Parmeshwar Bawa | Wednesday August 16, 2017
    Senior army officers from China and India in Ladakh are today holding a flag meeting, used to discuss border spats and control, after yesterday's clashes in which soldiers from the two countries threw stones at each other, resulting in minor injuries Indian border guards stopped Chinese troops from entering Indian territory along a lake. Senior arm...
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  • Despite Tension, Army Hasn't Deployed Artillery Guns Near Doklam
    India News | Written by Vishnu Som | Wednesday August 9, 2017
    Indian artillery guns have not been shifted to their emplacements near the site of the standoff between Indian and Chinese troops in the disputed Doklam Plateau, a part of Bhutan, which is located East of Sikkim.
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  • What If We Enter Kashmir Or Uttarakhand, Asks A Defiant China
    India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday August 9, 2017
    Rejecting India's suggestion for a simultaneous withdrawal of troops to end the standoff at Doklam, China on Tuesday upped the ante, wondering what New Delhi would do if it "enters" Kalapani region in Uttarakhand or Kashmir.
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  • Withdraw Troops From Doklam If You Cherish Peace: China Tells India
    India News | Press Trust of India | Friday August 4, 2017
    China has said India should show through deeds its willingness to maintain peace at the border and claimed that 48 Indian soldiers were at Doklam area backed by a "large number" of troops at the border to halt Chinese attempts to build a road on its side of the boundary.
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  • Work On 519 Roads In Border Areas, Including Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh
    India News | Press Trust of India | Saturday July 29, 2017
    The government on Friday said it was working on an ambitious project to construct and improve 519 roads with a total length of 22,225 km in the border areas of the country.
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  • Before Ajit Doval Trip, China Takes Tough Stand On Sikkim Standoff
    India News | Edited by Raija Susan Panicker | Wednesday July 26, 2017
    A day before National Security Adviser Ajit Doval's arrival, China has repeated that India must "unconditionally" withdraws troops from across the Sikkim border if it wants to hold talks on how to end the nearly six-week long confrontation on a mountainous plateau.
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  • From Chinese Media, Another Warning On Sikkim Dispute, This Time To US
    India News | Edited by Bhanu Priya Vyas | Wednesday July 26, 2017
    The United States is bent on interfering and benefitting from the border standoff between India and China at Sikkim, said a state-run paper in Beijing today, warning that "China won't give up safeguarding its territory because of US interference."
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  • Ajit Doval Is 'Main Schemer': Chinese State-Run Media Lashes Out At Trip
    India News | Edited by Raija Susan Panicker | Tuesday July 25, 2017
    Two days before National Security Adviser Ajit Doval lands in China, a nationalist state-run tabloid has said "the main schemer's trip" will not persuade Beijing into talks on the border dispute at Sikkim unless Delhi commits to pulling back its soldiers.
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  • China Claims India Admits To Crossing Into Its Territory
    India News | Edited by Raija Susan Panicker | Tuesday July 25, 2017
    India has "admitted" that its soldiers crossed into Chinese territory, claimed China's Foreign Minister today, demanding that Delhi must "conscientiously withdraw" its troops that moved across the border in Sikkim early in June.
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'Sikkim Border Dispute' - 30 News Result(s)

  • How 7-Hour Journey On Mule Track To Doklam Now Takes Army Only 40 Minutes
    India News | Written by Vishnu Som | Thursday October 3, 2019
    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.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Exclusive: In Doklam, Chinese Built New Roads In Last 2 Months, Show Satellite Pics
    India News | Written by Vishnu Som | Tuesday December 12, 2017
    New satellite images of the Doklam area to the east of Sikkim clearly indicate that Chinese road workers have expanded multiple stretches of the existing track in the disputed area, a short distance away from the site where Indian and Chinese soldiers faced off for 70 days earlier this year.
    www.ndtv.com
  • With 500 Soldiers On Guard, China Expands Road In Doklam
    India News | Written by Vishnu Som | Thursday October 5, 2017
    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.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Ahead Of PM Modi Visit, China Says Hope India Learnt Lesson At Doklam
    India News | NDTV News Desk | Wednesday August 30, 2017
    China and India have great potential for cooperation, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Wednesday, seeking to cast their difficult ties in a positive light ahead of next week's visit by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Rajnath Singh Says China Tension To End Soon, Beijing Makes Angry Comment
    India News | NDTV News Desk | Monday August 21, 2017
    Days after footage emerged of Indian and Chinese soldiers fighting at the border at Sikkim, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that the confrontation will end soon. China offered no assurances, instead blaming India again for the altercation that has extended into its third month and for the clashes that erupted with soldiers from both sides throwing...
    www.ndtv.com
  • On A Move That Will Anger China, Vietnam Says Yes, India Denies
    India News | Written by Vishnu Som | Friday August 18, 2017
    For the first time ever, the government of Vietnam today confirmed - albeit carefully - that it has acquired BrahMos anti-ship cruise missiles from India. At a time when Delhi and China are locked in their worst military confrontation in decades, sources in the Defence Ministry denied selling the missile systems to Vietnam, though they did not want...
    www.ndtv.com
  • After Ladakh Clashes, China And India Army Officers Hold Talks: 10 Facts
    India News | Reported by Neeta Sharma, Vishnu Som, Edited by Parmeshwar Bawa | Wednesday August 16, 2017
    Senior army officers from China and India in Ladakh are today holding a flag meeting, used to discuss border spats and control, after yesterday's clashes in which soldiers from the two countries threw stones at each other, resulting in minor injuries Indian border guards stopped Chinese troops from entering Indian territory along a lake. Senior arm...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Despite Tension, Army Hasn't Deployed Artillery Guns Near Doklam
    India News | Written by Vishnu Som | Wednesday August 9, 2017
    Indian artillery guns have not been shifted to their emplacements near the site of the standoff between Indian and Chinese troops in the disputed Doklam Plateau, a part of Bhutan, which is located East of Sikkim.
    www.ndtv.com
  • What If We Enter Kashmir Or Uttarakhand, Asks A Defiant China
    India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday August 9, 2017
    Rejecting India's suggestion for a simultaneous withdrawal of troops to end the standoff at Doklam, China on Tuesday upped the ante, wondering what New Delhi would do if it "enters" Kalapani region in Uttarakhand or Kashmir.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Withdraw Troops From Doklam If You Cherish Peace: China Tells India
    India News | Press Trust of India | Friday August 4, 2017
    China has said India should show through deeds its willingness to maintain peace at the border and claimed that 48 Indian soldiers were at Doklam area backed by a "large number" of troops at the border to halt Chinese attempts to build a road on its side of the boundary.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Work On 519 Roads In Border Areas, Including Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh
    India News | Press Trust of India | Saturday July 29, 2017
    The government on Friday said it was working on an ambitious project to construct and improve 519 roads with a total length of 22,225 km in the border areas of the country.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Before Ajit Doval Trip, China Takes Tough Stand On Sikkim Standoff
    India News | Edited by Raija Susan Panicker | Wednesday July 26, 2017
    A day before National Security Adviser Ajit Doval's arrival, China has repeated that India must "unconditionally" withdraws troops from across the Sikkim border if it wants to hold talks on how to end the nearly six-week long confrontation on a mountainous plateau.
    www.ndtv.com
  • From Chinese Media, Another Warning On Sikkim Dispute, This Time To US
    India News | Edited by Bhanu Priya Vyas | Wednesday July 26, 2017
    The United States is bent on interfering and benefitting from the border standoff between India and China at Sikkim, said a state-run paper in Beijing today, warning that "China won't give up safeguarding its territory because of US interference."
    www.ndtv.com
  • Ajit Doval Is 'Main Schemer': Chinese State-Run Media Lashes Out At Trip
    India News | Edited by Raija Susan Panicker | Tuesday July 25, 2017
    Two days before National Security Adviser Ajit Doval lands in China, a nationalist state-run tabloid has said "the main schemer's trip" will not persuade Beijing into talks on the border dispute at Sikkim unless Delhi commits to pulling back its soldiers.
    www.ndtv.com
  • China Claims India Admits To Crossing Into Its Territory
    India News | Edited by Raija Susan Panicker | Tuesday July 25, 2017
    India has "admitted" that its soldiers crossed into Chinese territory, claimed China's Foreign Minister today, demanding that Delhi must "conscientiously withdraw" its troops that moved across the border in Sikkim early in June.
    www.ndtv.com
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