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China tells India to 'cherish current positive trend on de-escalation' as breakthrough on LAC talks remain elusive
India

China tells India to 'cherish current positive trend on de-escalation' as breakthrough on LAC talks remain elusive

This comes a day after the two sides held detailed deliberations on disengagement in the remaining areas of eastern Ladakh and agreed to jointly maintain stability on the ground

India, China hold talks on disengagement in Eastern Ladakh, agree to resolve outstanding issues expeditiously
India

India, China hold talks on disengagement in Eastern Ladakh, agree to resolve outstanding issues expeditiously

The Corps Commander-level talks took place at the Chushul border point on the Indian side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh. The parleys began at around 10:30 AM and ended at 11:30 PM

Disengagement process between Indian and China troops in eastern Ladakh is complete, says Rajnath Singh
India

Disengagement process between Indian and China troops in eastern Ladakh is complete, says Rajnath Singh

Addressing a rally in poll-bound Tamil Nadu, the Union defence minister also hit out at Congress for criticising the govt's handling of the border stand-off with China and said the party had "insulted" soldiers

India and China hold 10th round of military talks days after withdrawal of troops in eastern Ladakh
India

India and China hold 10th round of military talks days after withdrawal of troops in eastern Ladakh

In the meeting, India is likely to insist on a faster disengagement process in areas like Hot Springs, Gogra and Depsang to reduce the tension in the region

Disengagement process of Indian, Chinese troops at LAC progressing 'smoothly', says Beijing
World

Disengagement process of Indian, Chinese troops at LAC progressing 'smoothly', says Beijing

China's defence ministry added that the troops at the South and North banks of the Pangong Lake began 'synchronised and organised' disengagement on 10 Feb

Parliamentary panel on defence to visit Galwan Valley, Pangong in eastern Ladakh in May-June
India

Parliamentary panel on defence to visit Galwan Valley, Pangong in eastern Ladakh in May-June

The decision to visit these areas was taken in the panel's last meeting, sources said, adding the LAC visit will depend on the approval from the government

Budget Session: In RS, Rajnath Singh says status quo at LAC to be restored; Rahul's remarks over farm laws roil LS
India

Budget Session: In RS, Rajnath Singh says status quo at LAC to be restored; Rahul's remarks over farm laws roil LS

After the Opposition's attempt to seek a clarification on the defence minister's statement was stymied by Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu the discussion turned to the budget and farm laws

Will continue engaging with China for disengagement of troops in eastern Ladakh, Centre tells LS
India

Will continue engaging with China for disengagement of troops in eastern Ladakh, Centre tells LS

MoS External Affairs V Muraleedharan says PLA made several attempts to unilaterally alter status quo along LAC but Indian armed forces 'responded appropriately'

VK Singh says remarks on LAC transgressions and China 'maliciously distorted', issues clarification on Twitter
India

VK Singh says remarks on LAC transgressions and China 'maliciously distorted', issues clarification on Twitter

The former army chief's statement comes a day after Congress leader Rahul Gandhi questioned why the Union minister was helping China make a case against India and demanded his sacking

India has crossed LAC more times than China, says VK Singh; 'unwitting confession', claims Beijing
India

India has crossed LAC more times than China, says VK Singh; 'unwitting confession', claims Beijing

The face-off between the two countries began in early May following a clash between soldiers of the two sides near Pangong lake

Chinese actions 'seriously disturbed peace, tranquillity' along LAC, Centre tells Rajya Sabha
India

Chinese actions 'seriously disturbed peace, tranquillity' along LAC, Centre tells Rajya Sabha

Minister of State G Kishan Reddy in a written reply to the Upper House on the overall boundary issue with Beijing, said the attempts by Chinese military have been responded to 'appropriately' by the Indian armed forces

India-China ties are at crossroads, future actions will have 'profound repercussions' globally, says S Jaishankar
India

India-China ties are at crossroads, future actions will have 'profound repercussions' globally, says S Jaishankar

Union External Affairs minister also outlined eight principles to repair ties between the countries. This included strict adherence to all agreements on management of LAC, among others

Ladakh stand-off: Indian Army, Chinese PLA hold marathon 11-hour military talks, say sources
India

Ladakh stand-off: Indian Army, Chinese PLA hold marathon 11-hour military talks, say sources

People familiar with the negotiations said India insisted that the onus is on China to carry forward the process of disengagement and de-escalation at the friction points in the region

India, China to hold ninth round of talks today over disengagement of troops along LAC
India

India, China to hold ninth round of talks today over disengagement of troops along LAC

The last round of talks were held on 6 November, 2020. India has always maintained that the onus to carry out the process of de-escalation at friction points along the LAC is on China

Indian Army chief says Pakistan and China form 'potent threat', troops ready to meet any eventuality
India

Indian Army chief says Pakistan and China form 'potent threat', troops ready to meet any eventuality

Addressing a press conference, General Manoj Mukund Naravane also said that there was no decrease in the strength of troops by India and China in eastern Ladakh

MEA says military standoff in eastern Ladakh due to China's 'unilateral' action on LAC
India

MEA says military standoff in eastern Ladakh due to China's 'unilateral' action on LAC

MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava's statement came after latest comments by the Chinese foreign ministry blaming India again for the border situation in eastern Ladakh

Ladakh stand-off: China has given 'five differing explanations' for large troop deployment, says S Jaishankar
India

Ladakh stand-off: China has given 'five differing explanations' for large troop deployment, says S Jaishankar

The external affairs minister said this violation of bilateral pacts has very significantly damaged the relationship with Beijing, which is now at its "most difficult phase" in 30 or 40 years

Navy played 'crucial' role in deterring Chinese activity in Indian Ocean amid border standoff, says top officer
India

Navy played 'crucial' role in deterring Chinese activity in Indian Ocean amid border standoff, says top officer

Vice Admiral AK Chawla was responding to a question on whether the India Navy faced a challenge during the tense border standoff in eastern Ladakh six months ago

Indian Army sets up heated living facilities for troops in eastern Ladakh as harsh winter sets in
India

Indian Army sets up heated living facilities for troops in eastern Ladakh as harsh winter sets in

Nearly 50,000 troops of the Indian Army are currently deployed in a high state of combat readiness in various mountainous locations in eastern Ladakh in sub-zero conditions as multiple rounds of talks between India and China have not yielded any concrete outcome

'Fake, baseless': Indian Army dismisses reports of Chinese PLA using microwave weapons in eastern Ladakh
India

'Fake, baseless': Indian Army dismisses reports of Chinese PLA using microwave weapons in eastern Ladakh

Jin Canrong, a professor of international relations at Beijing’s Renmin University, had reportedly said that Chinese forces used microwave weapons on two strategic hilltops occupied by Indian soldiers, forcing them to retreat