Amid LAC face-off, Indian Army opens Siachen Base Camp to civilians
The Indian Army is willing to “liberally” issue permits for civilian expeditions to the Siachen Base Camp and Kumar Post in Ladakh. The decision to open up the world’s largest non-polar glacier and the highest battlefield was taken in October. Carrying through that decision amid the border standoff with China indicates govt’s assertiveness and a rethink on forward villages.
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Indian, Chinese troops complete disengagement at most locations of border, says China
During the briefing, the spokesman noted that China and...
China warns India against 'forced decoupling' of their economies
Chinese ambassador said China was not a strategic threat to India and that the "general structure that we can't live without each other remains unchanged".
India and China should be partners, not rivals: Sun
In video remarks titled `implement consensus and handle differences properly to bring China-India relations back on the right track' posted on his embassy website, Sun spoke of disruptions in bilateral relationship and outlined five steps to clarify “some fundamental points.”
India on project-opening spree amid China’s attempt to woo Bangladesh
As part of the latest initiative, 10 broadgauge (BG) locomotives were handed over to Dhaka by external affairs minister S Jaishankar and railways minister Piyush Goyal on Monday.
All party meeting discusses border tension with China
The virtual meeting began with participants paying tributes to the 20 Indian soldiers killed in the violent face-off with Chinese troops in East Ladakh earlier this week.
Disengagement process not yet complete in eastern Ladakh: India on China claim
"There has been some progress made towards this objective but the disengagement process has yet not been completed," Ministry of External Affairs(MEA) spokesperson Anurag Srivastava told an online media briefing when asked about the Chinese claim on Tuesday.
View: Allow the Chinese to save 'face'
To design a response, it’s important to assess the economic, military and diplomatic might of the two countries. Bravado and love for country is one thing, where India stacks up against China is quite another.
US military to stand with India in conflict with China, indicates White House official
"No country on China's periphery, right now, is safe from Chinese aggression. All those countries want a close relationship with the United States. We ought to have one,” Republican Senator Tom Cotton said.
Australian, Chinese envoys to India engage in Twitter war over South China sea claims
This is the first time representatives of two high-profile nations have engaged in a war of words in India, despite ideological differences between countries and blocs. Chinese diplomats, however, have been recently active in Europe and parts of Asia criticising host nations on social media.
China's belligerence reflection of its expansionist policy, thwarted by India: Experts
Former Chief of Army Staff Gen (retd) Deepak Kapoor said China will have to incur a "massive economic cost" as a result of its military belligerence in eastern Ladakh as well as in South China sea as more and more countries are voicing concern over its behaviour.
China's aggression in Ladakh, Bhutan indicative of its intentions: Mike Pompeo
Indian and Chinese troops have been locked in a bitter standoff in several areas along the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh since May 5. The situation deteriorated last month following the Galwan Valley clashes in which 20 Indian Army personnel were killed.
Indian and Chinese commanders hold talks on further disengagement in eastern Ladakh
The key focus of the high level meeting is expected to be to a roll out of the phase two of the disengagement process including in Pangong Tso and Depsang, besides withdrawal of forces and weapons from the rear bases in a time-bound manner, the sources said.
Eastern Ladakh standoff: India expects China to ensure expeditious restoration of peace
Asked about the corps commander-level talks on Tuesday, External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said both sides will continue their meetings at the military and diplomatic levels to resolve the issues to "mutual satisfaction".