Chinese defence minister Wei Fenghe seeks meet with Rajnath Singh amid LAC stand-off; India yet to respond
Tensions flared again in eastern Ladakh after China unsuccessfully attempted to occupy Indian territory in the southern bank of Pangong lake four days ago
Galwan Valley clash: India, China agree to resolve border standoff in Ladakh expeditiously, says MEA
MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said the two sides had a 'candid and in-depth' exchange of views and reaffirmed to work towards complete disengagement of the troops
This will be the fifth dialogue since the standoff and the Indian side is expected to reiterate its call for complete disengagement of Chinese troops along LAC
IAF at the ready along India-China LAC as combat, transport planes ferry troops, equipment to troubled region
The Indian Air Force is playing a crucial role in enhancing combat preparedness along the India-China border in the Ladakh region, where violent clashes were reported on 15 June
India-China stand-off: Narendra Modi to chair all-party meet at 5 pm today after death of 20 Indian soldiers in Ladakh
India had said that the violent face-off happened in Ladakh's Galwan Valley as a result of an attempt by the Chinese troops to 'unilaterally change' the status quo during de-escalation in Eastern Ladakh.
A year after Doka La standoff, Chinese PLA troops intrude 400 metres into Indian territory in Ladakh's Demchok
The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) troops have reportedly intruded about 300-400 metres inside on the Indian side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC)- at Demchok in eastern Ladakh
No new developments at Doka-la, status quo prevails, says VK Singh as govt denies reports of renewed activity
There have been no new developments at the site of the face-off with China in Doka-la and its vicinity, and status quo prevails in the area, Minister of State for External Affairs Ministry VK Singh said
Centre says 'status quo' with China unaltered at Doka La: Border dispute refuses to die down, five months after standoff
The Congress asked the government to come clear on allegations about fresh Chinese troops build-up in the Doka La region
Doka La standoff ends? China downplays agreement to withdraw troops in region, silent on plans to build road
China remained silent on its plans to build a road, which sparked the prolonged standoff in the Doka La area near Sikkim, and said it would "make adjustments" with the situation on the ground
Sikkim border row: India's China policy is clear, 'strategic maturity', vigorous regional integration are the way to go
As long as both India and China respect each other's core concerns and keep engaging in areas of mutual interest, there will always be space in Asia for two major powers.
India has pushed in more troops in a "non-combative mode" to strengthen its position in an area near Sikkim, where its soldiers have been locked in a standoff with Chinese troops for almost a month now in what has been the longest such impasse between the two armies since 1962.
The Congress on Wednesday questioned the Narendra Modi government's silence on China's move to stop Indian pilgrims from travelling to Kailash Mansarovar and incursions by Chinese troops into Indian territory, and demanded its response.
In another transgression, Chinese troops entered India in the Sikkim sector and jostled with Indian Army personnel guarding the Sino-India frontier, besides destroying two bunkers.
The Pentagon has said that tension continues to exist along the disputed portions of India-China border even though the economic relationship between the two countries have improved in recent years.
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat on Wednesday said that the instances of transgression from the Chinese troops have increased in Bara Hoti
India has sought the latest versions of unmanned aerial vehicles, both the armed and surveillance ones from US.
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval lauded ITBP troops for displaying exceptional courage and morale during their "face offs" with the Chinese PLA troops.
The 'assertive posturing' by the Chinese troops, who had climbed a small mountain where they faced Indian troops, has been flashed to all units along the Sino-India border in the area to keep a strict vigil on their movement, official sources said today.
The trio were questioned at a stretch by interrogators and there were contradictions in their statements about the route taken by them to enter into India, sources said here.
Frequency of patrolling along the LAC is also expected to be enhanced as per the new measures being contemplated by the government, sources said here today.