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India repulses China’s efforts to build road in Arunachal

CHINA-INDIA SHOULD JOINTLY SAFEGUARD BORDER SANCTITY:CHINA

Responding to a query about China’s diplomatic priorities as the Covid-19 pandemic impacts the world and international diplomacy, foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian briefly outlined Beijing’s plans for way ahead in bilateral ties with the US, Russia, EU, Japan, and India.

INDIA MAY ADD 35000 TROOPS ALONG CHINA BORDER

India is preparing to position an additional 35,000 troops along its Himalayan border with China as the possibility of an early resolution to the deadly tensions between the two neighbours fades.
india-china-border-satellite

DE-ESCALATION AT LAC, INDIA CHINA DIFFER ON PANGONG

China termed the fourth round of talks with India as “successful”, however, Chinese Foreign Ministry's spokesperson Hua Chunying repeated the same old statement where she expressed hope that India will work with China to implement consensus with “concrete actions and jointly safeguard peace and tranquillity in the border areas”.
Pakistan and China

CHINA PRESSURISING FAMILIES ON BURIALS

China is taking a leaf out of Pakistan’s book in covering up casualties in its border clash with India so as to not inflame domestic public opinion even as its misadventure, coming on the heels of the coronavirus pandemic it exported, has hardened US and world opinion on Beijing.
US President Donald Trump with PM Narendra Modi

US PRAISES INDIA FOR STANDING AGAINST CHINA

United States Senator John Kennedy on Thursday lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi for standing up to the Chinese aggression and urged similar countries to...
PM Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping

GOVT MUST TELL TRUTH ON CHINA- CONG

The opposition has been targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi over allegations that the country has not been told the truth about Chinese aggression in eastern Ladakh, when on June 15 a violent face-off in Galwan valley led to 20 soldiers laying down their lives for India.
India-China flag

SHARPENING OF US REMARKS ON INDO-CHINA CONFLICTS

There has been a calibrated sharpening of US remarks on the India-China conflict, with the White House setting the tone last week when the spokesperson said President Donald Trump believed that China’s “aggressive stance” on the border with India fit a pattern of “Chinese aggression” around the world.
india-china-border-satellite

US, FRANCE RE-AFFIRM SUPPORT TO INDIA

Japan on Friday backed India in the border standoff with China, saying it opposes any “unilateral attempt to change the status quo” on the LAC. Japanese ambassador Satoshi Suzuki tweeted about his country’s support following a conversation with Indian foreign secretary Harsh Shringla.
India repulses China’s efforts to build road in Arunachal

CHINESE PROJECTS HIT BY BORDER TENSION

With tensions running hight between India and China at the LAC, various Chinese firms involved in projects in India are bearing the brunt. The latest project, a mega bridge project over Ganga in Bihar has been cancelled following the involvement of Chinese companies in the project. 
BSF launches ‘Operation Alert’ across International Border in J&K

Buildup on Indo-Chinese border

It has been almost two months now and the standoff shows no signs of de-escalating despite multiple military and diplomatic level talks. If anything, things have only escalated on the ground.
Army commander meet begins to discuss making army leaner and meaner

Army changes the weapon rules for LAC.

China’s economic rise is associated with its export-led growth. This is why every time we have a conflict with China; there are calls for a boycott of Chinese goods. Those championing such ideas believe that our boycott will hurt China economically. Such views are, at best, half-baked. Economic competition between countries, especially ones as big as India and China, is far more nuanced.
B J P Leader Rajnath-Singh

RAJNATH TALKS TO CDS, SERVICE CHIEFS ON INDO-CHINA CLASH.

An army statement on Tuesday morning confirmed the death of a Colonel and two jawans and spoke of "casualties on both sides". In another statement last evening, the army added that 17 more critically injured were "exposed to sub-zero temperatures succumbed to their injuries".
Army chief General MM Naravane

Army Chief says situation along China border under control.

Army Chief General MM Naravane on Saturday said situation along India’s borders with China is under control. Skirmishes and incursions by Chinese helicopters in Ladakh's Pangong Lake region in early May led to an escalation of tension between the two countries.
India-China flag

INDO-CHINA TALKS ON BORDER STANDOFF

India and China held high-level talks, amid the border stand-off between the militaries of the two countries near eastern Ladakh. The Indian side was led by Lieutenant General Harinder Singh, Commander of 14 Corps, while the Chinese side was headed by the Commander of the Tibet Military District.
Rahul Gandhi

Rahul questions Government over Chinese intrusion.

Amid a border standoff with China, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday asked the government to make it clear whether or not Chinese soldiers have entered India. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh had on Tuesday said that a "sizeable number" of Chinese troops have moved into eastern Ladakh and India too has taken all necessary steps to deal with the situation.
PM Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping

UN STEPS BETWEEN INDIA AND CHINA.

The United Nations has urged restraint from both India and China amid the tension along the Line of Actual Control or LAC. Reacting to US President Donald Trump’s offer, the UN Secretary General’s spokesperson also said that it is for the parties involved to decide who they want to mediate.

EYE BALL TO EYE BALL AT LAC.

China may have marshalled close to 5,000 soldiers on its side of the disputed border in the Ladakh sector where India has also sent...
APN’s popular debate Mudda

“Diplomatic route is the best way out of border tension with China”

Border tension with China is on the upswing. The Army has increased its presence along the boundary with China in Uttarakhand and Ladakh following China’s similar moves along the border. APN’s popular debate Mudda discussed the issue with defence experts.
Flashpoint in eastern Ladakh, Chinese troops step up patrol.-min

Flashpoint in eastern Ladakh, Chinese troops step up patrol.

China and India have reinforced their troops around Galwan river and Pangong Tso lake, the two areas where they used to carry out border patrol. It is learnt that Chinese side has erected a sizeable number of tents in the Galwan Valley area following which India is keeping a hawk-eye vigil there.

Longewala battle hero Brig Kuldip Singh Chandpuri breathed his last at 78

Brigadier Kuldip Singh Chandipuri also known as the Longewala battle hero breathed his last at a hospital in Mohali on Saturday (November 17) Chandipuri, a...

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India repulses China’s efforts to build road in Arunachal

CHINA-INDIA SHOULD JOINTLY SAFEGUARD BORDER SANCTITY:CHINA

Responding to a query about China’s diplomatic priorities as the Covid-19 pandemic impacts the world and international diplomacy, foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian briefly outlined Beijing’s plans for way ahead in bilateral ties with the US, Russia, EU, Japan, and India.

INDIA MAY ADD 35000 TROOPS ALONG CHINA BORDER

India is preparing to position an additional 35,000 troops along its Himalayan border with China as the possibility of an early resolution to the deadly tensions between the two neighbours fades.
india-china-border-satellite

DE-ESCALATION AT LAC, INDIA CHINA DIFFER ON PANGONG

China termed the fourth round of talks with India as “successful”, however, Chinese Foreign Ministry's spokesperson Hua Chunying repeated the same old statement where she expressed hope that India will work with China to implement consensus with “concrete actions and jointly safeguard peace and tranquillity in the border areas”.
Pakistan and China

CHINA PRESSURISING FAMILIES ON BURIALS

China is taking a leaf out of Pakistan’s book in covering up casualties in its border clash with India so as to not inflame domestic public opinion even as its misadventure, coming on the heels of the coronavirus pandemic it exported, has hardened US and world opinion on Beijing.
US President Donald Trump with PM Narendra Modi

US PRAISES INDIA FOR STANDING AGAINST CHINA

United States Senator John Kennedy on Thursday lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi for standing up to the Chinese aggression and urged similar countries to...
PM Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping

GOVT MUST TELL TRUTH ON CHINA- CONG

The opposition has been targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi over allegations that the country has not been told the truth about Chinese aggression in eastern Ladakh, when on June 15 a violent face-off in Galwan valley led to 20 soldiers laying down their lives for India.
India-China flag

SHARPENING OF US REMARKS ON INDO-CHINA CONFLICTS

There has been a calibrated sharpening of US remarks on the India-China conflict, with the White House setting the tone last week when the spokesperson said President Donald Trump believed that China’s “aggressive stance” on the border with India fit a pattern of “Chinese aggression” around the world.
india-china-border-satellite

US, FRANCE RE-AFFIRM SUPPORT TO INDIA

Japan on Friday backed India in the border standoff with China, saying it opposes any “unilateral attempt to change the status quo” on the LAC. Japanese ambassador Satoshi Suzuki tweeted about his country’s support following a conversation with Indian foreign secretary Harsh Shringla.
India repulses China’s efforts to build road in Arunachal

CHINESE PROJECTS HIT BY BORDER TENSION

With tensions running hight between India and China at the LAC, various Chinese firms involved in projects in India are bearing the brunt. The latest project, a mega bridge project over Ganga in Bihar has been cancelled following the involvement of Chinese companies in the project. 
BSF launches ‘Operation Alert’ across International Border in J&K

Buildup on Indo-Chinese border

It has been almost two months now and the standoff shows no signs of de-escalating despite multiple military and diplomatic level talks. If anything, things have only escalated on the ground.
Army commander meet begins to discuss making army leaner and meaner

Army changes the weapon rules for LAC.

China’s economic rise is associated with its export-led growth. This is why every time we have a conflict with China; there are calls for a boycott of Chinese goods. Those championing such ideas believe that our boycott will hurt China economically. Such views are, at best, half-baked. Economic competition between countries, especially ones as big as India and China, is far more nuanced.
B J P Leader Rajnath-Singh

RAJNATH TALKS TO CDS, SERVICE CHIEFS ON INDO-CHINA CLASH.

An army statement on Tuesday morning confirmed the death of a Colonel and two jawans and spoke of "casualties on both sides". In another statement last evening, the army added that 17 more critically injured were "exposed to sub-zero temperatures succumbed to their injuries".
Army chief General MM Naravane

Army Chief says situation along China border under control.

Army Chief General MM Naravane on Saturday said situation along India’s borders with China is under control. Skirmishes and incursions by Chinese helicopters in Ladakh's Pangong Lake region in early May led to an escalation of tension between the two countries.
India-China flag

INDO-CHINA TALKS ON BORDER STANDOFF

India and China held high-level talks, amid the border stand-off between the militaries of the two countries near eastern Ladakh. The Indian side was led by Lieutenant General Harinder Singh, Commander of 14 Corps, while the Chinese side was headed by the Commander of the Tibet Military District.
Rahul Gandhi

Rahul questions Government over Chinese intrusion.

Amid a border standoff with China, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday asked the government to make it clear whether or not Chinese soldiers have entered India. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh had on Tuesday said that a "sizeable number" of Chinese troops have moved into eastern Ladakh and India too has taken all necessary steps to deal with the situation.
PM Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping

UN STEPS BETWEEN INDIA AND CHINA.

The United Nations has urged restraint from both India and China amid the tension along the Line of Actual Control or LAC. Reacting to US President Donald Trump’s offer, the UN Secretary General’s spokesperson also said that it is for the parties involved to decide who they want to mediate.

EYE BALL TO EYE BALL AT LAC.

China may have marshalled close to 5,000 soldiers on its side of the disputed border in the Ladakh sector where India has also sent...
APN’s popular debate Mudda

“Diplomatic route is the best way out of border tension with China”

Border tension with China is on the upswing. The Army has increased its presence along the boundary with China in Uttarakhand and Ladakh following China’s similar moves along the border. APN’s popular debate Mudda discussed the issue with defence experts.
Flashpoint in eastern Ladakh, Chinese troops step up patrol.-min

Flashpoint in eastern Ladakh, Chinese troops step up patrol.

China and India have reinforced their troops around Galwan river and Pangong Tso lake, the two areas where they used to carry out border patrol. It is learnt that Chinese side has erected a sizeable number of tents in the Galwan Valley area following which India is keeping a hawk-eye vigil there.

Longewala battle hero Brig Kuldip Singh Chandpuri breathed his last at 78

Brigadier Kuldip Singh Chandipuri also known as the Longewala battle hero breathed his last at a hospital in Mohali on Saturday (November 17) Chandipuri, a...

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