October 25, 2021 12:56 (IST)
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Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi thanks 'lakhs of healthcare workers' for 1 billion Covid vaccination milestone | PM Modi, Amit Shah greet Indo-Tibetan Border Police on its Raising Day | Heavy firing in J&K's Poonch leaves three security personnel injured | Union Minister's son Ashish Mishra, accused in Lakhmipur Kheri violence, hospitalised | Lakhimpur Kheri violence: Three more arrested, say sources

In a demo Indian Army's anti-tank squad destroys enemy tank hidden in fog in Arunachal Pradesh

The Indian Army displayed a missile-firing demo in Arunachal Pradesh's Tawang sector, near border with China, to show how they would neutralise armoured targets in low visibility.

PLA exercises increase on Chinese side, alerts Eastern Army Commander

Itanagar/New Delhi/UNI: There is an increase in the level of activities and scale of exercises held by People's Liberation Army on the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC), Eastern Army Commander Lieutenant General Manoj Pande said on Tuesday.

Army Chief Naravane visits forward areas of Rajouri, Poonch, reviews security situation

Jammu/UNI: Army Chief General M M Naravane on Tuesday visited the forward areas along the Line of Control in Rajouri and Poonch districts of Jammu and Kashmir and reviewed the security situation.

Sonia Gandhi slams govt over J&K civilian killings, questions silence on China

New Delhi/UNI: Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi Saturday condemned the civilian killings in Jammu and Kashmir, and said minorities were clearly being targeted in the valley, adding that it was up to the union government to restore social peace and harmony in the Union Territory.

India-China meeting on disengagement in Ladakh remains inconclusive; both sides agree to maintain 'stability'

New Delhi/UNI: The 13th round of Corps Commander level talks between India and China could not bring any further resolutions for disengagement in Eastern Ladakh, the Indian Army said, even as the two sides agreed to maintain 'stability' on ground.

India, China hold 13th round of talks for disengagement in Ladakh

New Delhi/UNI: The 13th round of Corps commander level talks between India and China were held at Moldo Garrison, across the LAC from Chushul on Sunday to discuss further disengagement in Eastern Ladakh.

Indian, Chinese officials hold 13th round of talks for disengagement in Ladakh

New Delhi/UNI: The 13th round of talks Corps commander level talks between India and China is being held at Modlo Garrison, across the LAC from Chushul on Sunday to discuss further disengagement in Eastern Ladakh.

India, China commence 13th round of talks today, focus on disengagement from Hot Springs

New Delhi/IBNS: The 13th round of high-level military talks between India and China commenced on Sunday in an attempt to take further the disengagement process in remaining friction points along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh.

Chinese incursion reported in Arunachal Pradesh, sources say no damage to defences

New Delhi/UNI: The Chinese troops crossed over to the Indian side in Arunachal Pradesh near Yangtse in Tawang sector last week, and some of them were detained by the Army for a few hours, before the issue was resolved by established mechanisms, reports said.

India rejects China's fresh allegations, hits out at Beijing for 'provocative behaviour' to alter status quo

New Delhi/IBNS: India on Thursday rejected fresh allegations by China as the latter blamed New Delhi for the border disturbances in Eastern Ladakh over a long period of time.

100 Chinese soldiers crossed over into Uttarakhand last month: Reports

New Delhi/IBNS: In yet another grim reminder that the situation between India and China is far from normal, new details surfaced stating that close to 100 Chinese soldiers have crossed over in Uttarakhand's Barahoti region this time, which is north of the Nanda Devi biosphere reserve.

India and Russia have same goals in Afghanistan where Pakistan pulls the Taliban strings: Experts

India and the world knows without official acknowledgement that the main problem in Afghanistan is not the Taliban but Pakistan while there is a scope for the Asian giant to do better in the present situation where Russia and China would not want things to go out of control, according to experts at a recent panel discussion. 

Galwan episode took place due to China's provocative behaviour, unilateral attempts to alter status quo: India

New Delhi/UNI: India on Friday rejected China’s attempts to put the blame for the Galwan Valley incident of last year on New Delhi, and said that the deadly skirmish had occurred due to the “provocative behaviour and unilateral attempts” of the Chinese side to alter status quo in the border area.

Chinese military steps up night drills, brings more advanced equipments near Indian border

Beijing:  The Chinese military’s Western Theatre Command are conducting night drills for units stationed near the Himalayan border in a bid to familiarise its troops  with new-generation weapons and equipment, media reports said on Tuesday.

French PM Macron, PM Modi discuss cooperation in Indo-Pacific after failed submarine deal

Paris: French President Emmanuel Macron discussed on Tuesday discussed cooperation in the Indo-Pacific and the situation in Afghanistan, according to media reports.