At least 100 Chinese soldiers 'trangressed' LAC in Uttarakhand's Barahoti in Aug amid standoff in Ladakh
The transgression took place on 30 August, and the Chinese troops returned from the area after spending few hours, people familiar with the development told PTI
'Fake, baseless': Indian Army dismisses reports of Chinese PLA using microwave weapons in eastern Ladakh
Jin Canrong, a professor of international relations at Beijing’s Renmin University, had reportedly said that Chinese forces used microwave weapons on two strategic hilltops occupied by Indian soldiers, forcing them to retreat
The five were among a group who had gone hunting in a forest in Arunchal's Upper Subansiri district on the Sino-India border on Friday. Two persons managed to escape and informed the police about the incident.
Arunachal Pradesh Police confirm 21-year-old's abduction by China's People's Liberation Army in March
The Arunachal Pradesh Police confirmed that a 21-year-old man was abducted by China's People's Liberation Army on 19 March from Asapila sector near the McMahon line in Upper Subansiri district.
Chinese military equips PLA in Tibet with mobile howitzers to boost high-altitude combat capability, claims report
After the recent induction of lightweight battle tank in Tibet bordering India, the Chinese military has equipped its troops stationed at the Himalayan plateau with new vehicle-mounted howitzers to improve their combat capability
India and China engaged in 13 rounds of diplomatic discussions to resolve Doka La standoff: Parliamentary panel
It took 13 rounds of diplomatic discussions between India and China to resolve the face-off between their militaries in Doka la last year, according to a report by a parliamentary panel.
Nirmala Sitharaman is on the ball; here's why chances of another India-China standoff in Doka La are remote
Union Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said that a Doka La 2 is highly unlikely. She is right. Hyperventilating media reports notwithstanding, a sober assessment of ground realities indicates that India need not be apprehensive of renewed Chinese aggression in the disputed Himalayan region that saw a 73-day standoff last year.
Doka La standoff exposed India's defence inadequacies: Why New Delhi must worry about its security apparatus
The Doka La standoff began on 16 June, 2017, after Indian soldiers objected to China’s attempts at building a motorable road at the India-China-Bhutan tri-junction near Sikkim. This is a Bhutanese territory claimed by Beijing.
Home minister Rajnath Singh will visit the China-Indian border area in Uttarakhand this week. The area has witnessed transgression by China's People's Liberation Army in the recent past, officials said.
A top US official's visit to Islamabad has been postponed at the request of the Pakistan government amid anti-American protests in Karachi
The India-China Economic and Cultural Council (ICEC) signed a deal with the Dongguan municipal government for the expo during the event.
The 305 metre-long (1,000 feet) Liaoning, a secondhand Soviet ship built by China nearly 30 years ago and commissioned in 2012