After Doka La standoff, Indian Army steps up efforts to improve road infrastructure along China border
In the backdrop of the 73-day-long Doka La standoff, the army has decided to significantly ramp up road infrastructure along the China-India border and tasked its Corps of Engineers to vigorously work on it to ensure swift movement of troops whenever necessary.
Army chief General Bipin Rawat said on Friday that both Indian and Chinese troops were present in Doka La, but were not in an "eyeball-to- eyeball" contact.
Sardar Patel had predicted India's wars with China and Pakistan, fought over a decade later, in 1950, Goa chief minister Manohar Parrikar has said.
Doka La, OBOR, now Brahmaputra: Incident among one of many recent events when China pushed India's buttons
There have been numerous instances where China's interests have clashed with those of India at the international stage.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday launched a scathing attack on the Congress during his visit to Karnataka, accusing it of "shamelessly" taking a U-turn on Kashmir, using a language spoken by Pakistan and stalling significant projects.
Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman's spontaneous 'namaste' greeting with Chinese soldiers on her maiden visit to Nathu La border post in Sikkim has struck a chord with China, which largely welcomed the move.
India must avoid triumphalism post Doka La; China is a tricky adversary and Xi Jinping is under pressure
Rajnath Singh's premature triumphalism over Doka La undermines the diplomatic effort that went behind the resolution of the crisis, and could trigger irritants in bilateral ties between India and China
Post Doka La standoff, China issues first travel advisory to citizens travelling to India, warns of visa denial
China has issued a travel advisory to its nationals visiting India, the first such warning after the Doka La standoff
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat's call for to integrate Jammu and Kashmir could fuel fresh trouble in the state while also bolstering China-Pakistan axis in the region
It is time India and China turn the old page and start a new chapter, Chinese envoy to India, Luo Zhaohui said on Friday, adding the countries have made a lot of progress at bilateral level.
China should respect its neighbours' interests and solve bilateral disputes to minimise opposition to Beijing's quest for global influence, official media said on Wednesday, weeks after the resolution of the Doka La standoff with India.
Declaring that his battle against corruption was "uncompromising", Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said those indulging in graft cannot escape, as the BJP endorsed the government's fight against terror and black money and lauded the handling of the Doka La military standoff with China.
Shyam Saran spoke on the intricacies of the bilateral relations and the way forward for the two Asian giants.
Tourists en route Nathu La have started trickling into Gangtok and business is picking up for locals as they make the last ditch to make money before winter
China not to share Brahmaputra's hydrological info with India, Tibet data centre upgradation as reason
China on Tuesday said that it cannot share with India the hydrological data of the Brahmaputra river for the time being as the data collection station in Tibet is being upgraded.
Narendra Modi, Xi Jinping look beyond Doka La; ties might reset after Communist Party of China's national congress
Highly placed sources claim that both Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping left the shadow of Doka La far behind and agreed to a constructive futuristic relationship in Xiamen
China says Doka La border row damaged ties with India, calls win-win cooperation 'the natural choice'
Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi said that the Doka La border dispute had "damaged and affected" India-China ties but not derailed it and said that both nations should ensure "differences do not go out of control".
China and India should shed their mindset of regarding each other as rivals or threats and make sure that their differences do not go out of control, Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi said.
BRICS Summit 2017: India must avoid drawing the wrong conclusions from China's tactical concessions on LeT, JeM
It is important not to draw all the wrong inferences from Monday's turn of events at the BRICS Summit 2017.
BRICS Summit in Xiamen: Narendra Modi schedule includes leaders' dialogue, bilateral meetings with Putin and Xi Jinping
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who reached Xiamen on Sunday night to attend the Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa (BRICS) Summit, is expected to attend the plenary session on Monday morning, where leaders of five countries will speak, according to a report in The Times of India.