India lost access to 26 of 65 patrol points In Eastern Ladakh: Report
New Delhi/IBNS: India has lost access to 26 of 65 patrolling points in Eastern Ladakh, a report by a senior police officer in the union territory, accessed by NDTV, said, raising worry about new disclosure amid the country's standoff with China.
World saw India will not be coerced: S Jaishankar on response to China
Chennai/IBNS: External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Saturday highlighted India's "strong and firm" response to China, which tried to unilaterally change the status quo on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in May 2020.
India China hold fresh round of military talks on eastern Ladakh conflict
New Delhi/IBNS: India and China held the 17th round of commander-level talks on December 20 at the Chushul-Moldo border meeting point on the Chinese side.
No link between IAF exercises in eastern region and Tawang border tension: India
New Delhi/IBNS: India has denied any link between Air Force exercises in the eastern region and the recent clashes with the Chinese army in Tawang, media reports said.
Fully support India: US sends strong message to China on Tawang clash
Washington: The US on Tuesday slammed China over the recent conflict with India and said it continues to closely watch developments along the line of actual control at the India-China border at the Tawang Sector of Arunachal Pradesh.
India boosts infrastructure along LAC
Srinagar: In order to bolster India’s defence preparedness along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) with China, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday dedicated 75 infrastructure projects built by the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) at a function in Ladakh.
China-India relation still not normal: Indian govt
New Delhi: The situation in the Line of Actual Control (LAC) is still not normal despite last month's disengagement of troops from the critical Gogra-Hot Springs in Ladakh, the Ministry of External Affairs said Friday.
Not correct to call situation at eastern Ladakh normal: MEA
New Delhi/UNI: India on Friday said that it would not be correct to call the situation at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Eastern Ladakh normal and a complete sequence of disengagement and de-escalation is required to restore normalcy at the border.
India, China complete disengagement in key standoff area in eastern Ladakh
New Delhi: India and China have completed a key standoff area in eastern Ladakh, according to government sources.
'Double standards': India's fresh swipe at China over 'common security'
New Delhi/IBNS: India on Monday took a veiled dig at China at the UN Security Council during a discussion on promoting common security through dialogue and cooperation.
Eastern Ladakh: India-China fresh talks begin
New Delhi: The 16th round of talks between the senior military commanders of India and China has started on the Indian side at Chushul-Moldo border meeting point on Sunday to resolve remaining areas of friction along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Eastern Ladakh.
India, China to hold military talks at an early date: MEA
New Delhi/UNI: India and China are looking forward to the next round of senior commanders' meetings "at an early date" but the date has not been decided as yet.
Chinese Defence Minister claims Indian troops infiltrated Chinese side of LAC
Singapore/New Delhi: China’s Defence Minister Wei Fenghe has claimed that his forces have “found a lot of weapons owned by the Indian side” on the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control and also claimed that India has “sent people” to the China’s side of the border.
India, China going through a particularly bad patch in ties: S Jaishankar
Singapore/New Delhi/UNI: India and China are going through “a particularly bad patch” in their relationship because Beijing has taken actions “for which they still don’t have a credible explanation”, and the Chinese leadership has to take a call on where they want to take the bilateral ties, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said on Friday.
India, China agree to find 'early resolution' to remaining issues of Ladakh standoff
New Delhi/IBNS: India and China on Thursday agreed to find an early resolution to the remaining issues along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Eastern Ladakh while fully abiding by bilateral agreements and protocols so as to restore peace and tranquility.