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India, China remain engaged through diplomatic discussions in solving LAC disputes: MEA

New Delhi/IBNS: India on Thursday said it continues to remain engaged with the Chinese side through diplomatic discussions and military channels to peacefully resolve the issues along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), the de facto border between the two countries.

India rejects China's 1959 claim on LAC at Ladakh border meet, awaits Chinese response

New Delhi/IBNS: India will wait for the Chinese response at the 7th military commanders' meeting slated on October 12 in Ladakh after dismissing Beijing's unilaterally defined 1959 claim on its perception of Line of Actual Control (LAC) at the September 30 diplomatic level talks, said media reports.

Never accepted China's unilaterally defined 1959 Line of Actual Control: India

New Delhi/IBNS: India on Tuesday rejected China's interpretation of the Line of Actual Control, the de facto border between the two countries, in Ladakh and said the 'so-called unilaterally defined 1959 LAC' was never accepted.

'Chinese govt will do well by giving up its aggressive posture, take lead in defusing border row with India'

Beijing: The Chinese government would do well by giving up its aggressive posture and take the lead in defusing the border row with India given that there is a worldwide negative perception against China in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak, reports The Irrawaddy news website of Myanmar.

Way forward to resolve LAC situation is to refrain from unilaterally changing status quo: India warns China

New Delhi/IBNS: India on Thursday said the way forward to resolve the conflicts with China along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), the de facto border between the two countries, is to avoid misunderstandings and refrain from unilaterally changing the status quo.

China should strictly respect the Line of Actual Control: MEA

New Delhi: India on Thursday said China should strictly respect the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and “not make further attempts to unilaterally change status quo”.

China does not recognise traditional, customary alignment of boundary: Rajnath Singh  

New Delhi:  Giving a strong message to China, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday said in the Parliament that Beijing does not recognise the traditional and customary alignment of the boundary.

Rajnath Singh to address Lok Sabha tomorrow on row with China

New Delhi/IBNS: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh will make a statement in the Parliament on the issue "developments on our borders in Ladakh" on Tuesday.

India, Japan sign major military logistics support agreement

New Delhi:  Amid alleged Chinese expansionist policies and tension at the Line of Actual Control, India and Japan on Wednesday signed an agreement which is concerning reciprocal provision of supplies and services between self-defense forces of Japan and the Indian Armed Forces.

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar meets Chinese counterpart Wang Yi, border situation discussed 

New York: External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar met his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in Moscow on the side-lines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) meeting where the leaders discussed the current tension at the border in recent times, officials said.

India will retaliate if its defences on heights in tense Pangong Lake is breached: Report

New Delhi/IBNS: The situation in Pangong Lake is being controlled by the Chinese government and not the local commanders and can take any turn, said media reports.

Indian Army never transgressed across the Line of Actual Control, Ministry of Defence on conflict with China

New Delhi: Negating claims by China, the Ministry of Defence on Tuesday said the Indian Army never transgressed across the Line of Actual Control (LAC) or resorted to use of any aggressive means, including firing.

Prolongation of the India-China standoff at the LAC may lead to sharper Indian focus on the Tibet issue

Developments around the Pangong lake over the past week have spawned the distinct impression that the trust deficit between India and China has only increased despite the ongoing talks between the two countries aimed at finding an acceptable solution to the several flashpoints that have been ignited by China along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) that separates the two countries.

Special Frontier Force members receive heroic welcome from Tibetan community as they head towards LAC

Shimla: The Indian Special Frontier Force (SFF) received roaring welcome from members of the Tibetan community in Shimla as they headed towards the Line of Actual Control (LAC) along the India-China border in Himachal Pradesh and Ladakh.

Situation along LAC slightly tense: Army chief MM Naravane after India-China Ladakh clash

Leh/IBNS: Army chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane on Friday said the situation along Line of Actual Control (LAC) is "slightly tense", days after the faceoff between the Indian and Chinese soldiers at the Pangong Lake in Ladakh, media reports said.