Doklam Standoff News
India-China border tensions: Call for ban on Chinese goods ignores economic realities and will hurt Indian companies
To stop drinking tea and eating momos – because Chinese soldiers have occupied a section of Indian territory in Ladakh – is surely not going to cause much distress to China. Nor will uninstalling TikTok and Zoom cause them to flee Galwan valley.
Chinese troops present in sizeable numbers along LAC in Ladakh, admits Rajnath Singh; talks to resolve border dispute to be held on 6 June
Chinese troops are present in sizeable numbers along the border, defence minister Rajnath Singh said, in the first official statement since a nearly one-month-long standoff between India and Beijing along the LAC in Ladakh
Pulwama massacre: India grapples with security threats from 3 directions; Fidayeen in the north, Khalistanis in the west, China in the east
Thursday's attack at Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama brought back the immediacy of the border threats posed in the north, east and west by the Kashmiri fidayeen, China and the Khalistani movement.
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
From putting China ties on even keel to getting crucial US waivers, Modi govt managed geopolitics with flair in 2018
Going by the extreme concerns over how low the India-China relations reached over Doklam in 2017, the energy shown in retrieving the relationship without embarrassment was a major achievement.
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.
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
Narendra Modi in China: For US networks, Wuhan summit fades against Kim Jong Un's 'historic' walk across Korean border
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's high stakes meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Wuhan made headlines on wire services, print and digital media but was overshadowed on US television networks by the "Super Bowl plus Oscars" kind of spectacle of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un created by stepping across the border.
Rahul Gandhi urges Narendra Modi to discuss Doka La standoff, CPEC with Xi Jinping during his 'no agenda' China visit
Rahul Gandhi on Friday called Prime Minister Narendra Modi's two-day visit to China as the one having "no agenda", but reminded him to raise the Doklam standoff with Chinese troops
India-China bilateral trade hits historic high of $84.44 billion in 2017 amid Doklam standoff
The India-China bilateral trade has reached $84.44 billion last year, an historic high notwithstanding bilateral tensions over a host of issues including the Doklam standoff
Narendra Modi in Tripura updates: 'Uproot Reds to give green signal to development,' says PM in Agartala, promises to build 'youngest' govt in state
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be in Arunachal Pradesh and poll-bound Tripura on Thursday, officials said.
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.
China urges India to abide by provisions of 1890 treaty, claims Sikkim sector was already demarcated
China on Sunday referred to the 1890 UK-China treaty which it claims demarcated the Sikkim sector of the Sino-Indian border as it urged New Delhi to abide by its provisions, a day after defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman made her maiden visit to the Nathu La post.
Sikkim standoff: Indian Army begins 'disengagement' of troops in Doka La
The Indian Army began the process of "disengagement" of its troops at the standoff area in Doka la, with the Chinese side also withdrawing its soldiers
Oppo and Vivo recall 400 Chinese expats due to fall in smartphone sales and high hostility
The recalls are likely to be made from main subsidiaries of the two Chinese smartphone companies as well.
Oppo and Vivo plan to move cloud storage to India, following India's new directives on data security
However, Amazon and Azure Cloud did not comment whether the Chinese brands are asking them to change their remote data storage locations to India.
Government set to release guidelines for smartphone makers to protect user data from data theft and abuse
Standards and guidelines may be announced in a few weeks aiming at data and information protection to avoid data theft through smartphones
Sher Bahadur Deuba arrives in India, receives ceremonial welcome by Narendra Modi, Ram Nath Kovind
Nepal Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba, who is here on a five-day state visit, was accorded a ceremonial welcome on Thursday.
India-China row: Chinese smartphone maker Coolpad's CEO positive about business in India
"Both India and China are strategically major countries. I believe in the wisdom of the leaders of the two countries," said CEO of Chinese smartphone maker.
Fearing cyberattack from China, India tightens telecom rules and promotes local manufacturing
Worried about the possibility of a cyberattack Chinese business has gathered more support from within the administration of Prime Minister Narendra Modi,