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India, China start disengagement of troops from critical stand off point Gogra-Hot Springs in Ladakh

New Delhi: India and China have started withdrawing troops from Gogra-Hot Springs in Ladakh following a consensus reached in the 16th round of military talks, the two countries said in a joint statement this evening.

Highest level of operational preparedness being maintained at northern border: Army Chief Naravane

New Delhi/UNI: There have been 'positive developments' along both the northern and western border since last January, Army Chief General MM Naravane said on Wednesday, adding that the Army continues to maintain the highest level of operational preparedness at the northern border.

India keeping close vigil on Chinese ship deployment, says Navy chief R Hari Kumar

New Delhi/UNI: Indian Navy Chief Admiral R Hari Kumar on Thursday said India is maintaining a close vigil on Chinese asset deployments in the Indian Ocean region, and that during the peak of tension at the India-China border naval assets were kept battle-ready.

11th India-China military level talks on LAC likely on April 9

New Delhi/IBNS: The 11th round of India-China military-level talks will take place on April 9 in which issues like friction at Gogra-Hot Springs, restoring the pre-April 2020 status quo ante, long-standing patrolling issues at Depsang Bulge due to friction in the area during the 2013 stand-off with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) are likely to be discussed, a Hindustan Times report said referring sources.

Disengagement on all friction points in eastern Ladakh alone will ease border tension, improve overall India-China ties

New Delhi/IBNS: India on Friday called on China to withdraw troops from all friction points in eastern Ladakh along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and asserted that the disengagement alone will ease tension in the border areas.

Amid talks of military disengagement, Chinese army increases deployment of missiles, rockets, makes fresh constructions

New Delhi/IBNS: After nine rounds of military talks of disengagement between India and China along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), People's Liberation Army (PLA) is reinforcing heavy military equipment in Tibet, said a Hindustan Times report.

PM Modi expects Monsoon Session to be productive, wants MPs will speak in one voice for Indian soldiers

New Delhi: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday reached Parliament and said he hopes the Monsoon Session will remain productive and the MPs will make some 'value addition' during the discussions.

India-China border standoff: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh visits Ladakh

Leh: Amid recent standoff with China at the Galwan Valley, Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday arrived in Ladakh where he will be visiting forward areas.

Tibetan protesters demonstrate outside Chinese consulates to show solidarity with India

New York: Showing solidarity with India, a group of Tibetan protesters demonstrated outside the  Chinese Consulates in various cities recently.

China, Pakistan teaming up against India, warned NSA Doval seven years back

New Delhi/IBNS: National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval had warned seven years ago that Pakistan and China were teaming up against India and funding terror outfits, according to media reports.

China violated Panchsheel agreement several times: Tibetan Youth Congress chief

New Delhi: A senior Tibetan leader has accused China of betraying India on several occasions despite having signed the Panchsheel Agreement in 1954.

Galwan Valley clash: Jammu Kashmir Workers Party president Mir Junaid condemns Chinese aggression

Srinagar/IBNS: Jammu Kashmir Workers Party president Mir Junaid  has condemned China's aggression and said India is well prepared to tackle any misadventure.

Always be mindful of implications of words: Manmohan Singh tells PM Modi on Ladakh 

New Delhi/IBNS: In his statement on the Ladakh standoff, former Indian PM Manmohan Singh on Monday said his successor Narendra Modi should  "always be mindful of the implications of his words".

US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blames China for Galwan Valley standoff with Indian soldiers

Washington: US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has blamed China for the recent violence in the Galwan Valley that left 20 Indian soldiers killed last week.

Dhaka rally calls for deeper India-Bangladesh bond, slams China's aggression

Dhaka: Nearly 100 people participated in a rally in Dhaka's Press Club on Saturday to strengthen the relationship between India and Bangladesh.