Chinese PLA delegation visits India to increase coordination between two militaries, discuss resuming 'Hand in Hand' exercise
A 10-member delegation of the Chinese army is in India with an aim to increase coordination between the militaries of the two countries along their disputed boundary, in the first such visit after the Doka La stand-off of last year
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.
Army's tough stand helped Indian diplomacy resolve Doka La stand-off, says ex-air chief marshal Arup Raha
Former air chief marshal Arup Raha on Sunday said the army's tough stand helped the Indian diplomacy resolve the Doka La stand-off with Chinese troops last year.
Indian forces are capable of handling any situation on the border, Union minister VK Singh said on Monday.
Over a month after India and China ended the tense standoff at Doka La near Sikkim, there are reports about Beijing widening an already existing road around 12 kilometres from the site of conflict.