Rahul Gandhi in UK: Chinese troops still in Doka La but Narendra Modi met Xi Jinping without any agenda, says Congress chief
Reiterating that the "Chinese are still in Doklam", Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday declined to reveal information discussed at the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs which looked into the Doka La standoff.
Troops of India and China were locked in a 73-day stand-off in Doka La in the Sikkim sector from 16 June last year.
Rahul Gandhi likens RSS to Muslim Brotherhood: Congress defends party chief's views, says remarks taken out of context
The Congress on Friday sought to defend party chief Rahul Gandhi over his remarks likening the RSS to Islamist group Muslim Brotherhood, saying the comments had been distorted and should not be viewed in isolation.
Indian Army to produce indigenous clothing, equipment for soldiers, aims to save Rs 300 crore annually
The army is giving final touches to a long-pending project to manufacture specialised clothing, sleeping kits and key equipment for its soldiers deployed in the Siachen glacier — the world's most dangerous battlefield.
Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday asserted that every attempt at infiltration along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir from across the border would be thwarted.
Monsoon Session of Parliament: Rajnath Singh to address both Houses on NRC dispute; bill to restore SC/ST Act to be taken up today
It was an eventful day in both Houses of Parliament on Wednesday, as the Lok Sabha saw the Centre and Opposition sparring over the National Citizen's Register (NRC) in Assam, and the Rajya Sabha was adjourned for the day after disruptions during Amit Shah's speech.
Congress says Sushma Swaraj's statement on Doka La hides more than it reveals, seeks PM's clarification in Parliament
The Congress leader said Swaraj's statement on Doka La is covered with a "sheet of misleading opaqueness" and fails to provide the larger picture of Chinese presence in South Doka La.
Parliament Monsoon Session: In Lok Sabha, Sushma Swaraj says Doka La dispute resolved through 'diplomatic maturity'
Sushma Swaraj said the Wuhan informal summit was held without any agenda and without having any objectives to discuss any specific issue. Before the summit, the foreign ministers of the two countries decided that the leaders should not be restricted to any specific issue, she said.
China resumes activities in Doka La but no steps taken by India, Bhutan to dissuade it, says top US official in Congressional meet
Alice G Wells, a top US official said in a US Congressional meeting that China has been resuming military activities in Doka La but, India and Bhutan are doing nothing to prevent it
BRICS Summit: Congress criticises Narendra Modi for not raising Doka La issue during meet with Xi Jinping
The Congress on Friday hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for not raising the Doka La issue with Chinese president Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the BRICS summit in Johannesburg.
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
China resumed activities in Doka La but India and Bhutan haven't sought to dissuade it, says top US official
"I would assess that India is vigorously defending its northern borders and this is a subject of concern to India," Alice G Wells, the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia told lawmakers during a Congressional hearing while responding to a question on China's increased road building activities along the Indian border.
No-confidence motion: Dripping sarcasm, Narendra Modi gives Rahul Gandhi oratory lesson as NDA sails through
The BJP ripped apart Rahul Gandhi’s claims on the Rafale deal made on the floor of the House and amid the buzz of a privilege motion, the ruling party demanded an apology from the Congress president.
Narendra Modi to discuss defence, security, strategic cooperation with Bhutan's Tshering Tobay in New Delhi today
Talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bhutanese counterpart Tshering Tobgay are underway, during which defence, security and strategic cooperation between the two neighbouring countries are expected to be discussed.
'Bullet train like magic locomotive that may not appear': Rahul Gandhi targets Narendra Modi government
Congress president Rahul Gandhi hit out at the Centre claiming that its much talked about bullet train project was like a "magic" locomotive that may not materialise.
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
China calls for trilateral meeting with India and Pakistan, says 'we cannot stand another Doka La incident'
China proposed a trilateral summit to solve issues between India and Pakistan, days after Xi Jinping accepted Narendra Modi's invitation to visit India for an informal meeting in 2019.
First batch of pilgrims departs for Kailash Mansarovar Yatra from Sikkim; will reach Nathu La on 20 June
The first batch of 33 pilgrims, on their way to Kailash Mansarovar via Nathu La pass in Sikkim, was flagged off from Gangtok on Saturday.
One year after Doka La standoff, China still speaks language of occupation, says historian on Delhi-Beijing ties
One year after the Doka La standoff, Professor VC Bhutani believes Chinese ascendance in the world order is here to stay.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said he had detailed discussions with Chinese President Xi Jinping on bilateral and global issues.