New Delhi: Highlighting another point of contention between the two warring neighbours, Indian officials say China is assisting rebel groups that have stepped up attacks on its border with Myanmar in recent months.
New Delhi: The Chinese government has opposed Indian government's decision to ban more Chinese mobile applications.
New Delhi: India has rejected China's claims that Beijing is using microwave weapons to defeat Indian forces in an alleged border clash in the disputed Ladakh region.
New Delhi: The Chinese Army personnel, who was caught by the Indian Army after he strayed across the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh, was handed back to China on Tuesday, media reports said on Wednesday.
Jammu/UNI: Asserting that they were geared up for a prolonged stand-off against the People's Liberation Army (PLA), the Indian Army on Wednesday said they were ready to face the coming winters with strong operational preparedness in place.
Ladakh: China has said that Indian soldiers crossed the Line of Actual Control (LAC) close to the southern bank of Pangong Tso.
Washington: A senior US diplomat feels that China is creating multiple fronts, like the one which it attempted to create in Ladakh, to take advantage of the current situation when the world is busy combating COVID-19 outbreak.
Since the gory 15 June clashes between Indian and Chinese troops in the Galwan valley, senior representatives of the two countries have held five rounds of talks aimed at disengagement and de-escalation along the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
India's own strong response and the support it received from other countries over the recent Galwan clash 'rattled' China, an expert said.
New Delhi: At a time when Chinese is flexing muscle of its maritime aggression in South China Sea and beyond, experts believe that India’s Andaman and Nicobar Islands can be the centre point of the maritime chain hub to tackle Beijing.
Washington: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo recently reacted to the violent border standoff between India and China and said Indians have done their best to respond to Beijing's “incredibly aggressive actions”.
Beijing: India and China have engaged in bitter standoff in recent times but experts now believe that Beijing might have miscalculated the rise of New Delhi in Asia as a major powerhouse.
New Delhi: Weeks after the soldiers of the neighbouring nations were involved in a violent standoff at the Galwan Valley, Indian National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi, who had a telephonic conversation on Sunday, agreed both sides should respect and observe the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
New Delhi/Beijing: Amid escalating tension between the two nuclear-capable nations, India on Wednesday blamed China for the violent standoff in Galwan valley of Eastern Ladakh that left 20 soldiers dead.
New Delhi/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday broke his silence on the violent standoff between India and Chinese soldiers which led to the death of 20 security personnel and said his nation wants peace but if instigated then the country has the capacity to give befitting reply.