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Images of National Flag unfurled at Galwan Valley on New Year released to counter China's propaganda video
The images were released three days after China's State Media played up the PLA's hoisting of the country's national flag
The MEA said a solution to the border row with China must be predicated on honouring all agreements and understandings without attempting to alter the status quo unilaterally
India-China standoff: Military officials to hold third round of talks to diffuse tension along LAC, will meet in Chushul sector at 10.30 am
On Tuesday, both India and China are expected to deliberate on the implementation of an agreement arrived at the first round of the Lt General talks on 6 June, the sources said.
Ladakh councillor held for 'highly objectionable' audio clip mocking Narendra Modi, Indian Army over Galwan Valley stand-off
A councillor of Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council (LAHDC)-Kargil was arrested early on Saturday after his 'highly objectionable' audio clip mocking Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Army in the wake of the recent face-off between India and China went viral on social media, officials said.
Galwan Valley Clash: IOA to review tie-up with sportswear maker Li Ning amid public backlash against Chinese companies
Chinese companies in India are facing a backlash after the killing this week of 20 Indian soldiers by Chinese forces in a Himalayan border dispute.
Galwan Valley Clash: BCCI to review IPL sponsorship deals, including one with VIVO, after 20 Indian soldiers killed in violent face-off
The BCCI on Friday said it will review IPL sponsorship deals, including the one with Chinese mobile phone company Vivo, in a meeting next week after 20 Indian soldiers were killed during a clash with Chinese troops in eastern Ladakh.
Galwan Valley face-off: MEA cites 1996, 2005 pacts to explain refrain from use of firearm; here's what the agreements actually say
The first agreement between India and China was signed in 1993 and related to border disputes and maintenance of peace until final resolution. But what does the treaty actually say on peace and wartime SOPs.
'Bravery and courage won't be forgotten,' US, France, Germany condole death of 20 Indian soldiers in Galwan Valley
The US on Friday condoled the death of Indian soldiers, killed in a violent face-off with Chinese troops in eastern Ladakh, and said their bravery will not be forgotten.
Galwan Valley clash: 10 Indian Army soldiers, including four officers, released by China three days after violent confrontation
The release of the army personnel, including two Majors, two Captains and six jawans from two units, came about after three days of negotiations in the Galwan Valley in Ladakh headed by a a Major General of the Army.
India-China stand-off: Narendra Modi to chair all-party meet at 5 pm today after death of 20 Indian soldiers in Ladakh
India had said that the violent face-off happened in Ladakh's Galwan Valley as a result of an attempt by the Chinese troops to 'unilaterally change' the status quo during de-escalation in Eastern Ladakh.
Bodies of five jawans killed in Galwan Valley clash reach Patna; Bihar CM Nitish Kumar announces Rs 36 lakh for next of kin
Bodies of five army jawans, who were killed fighting Chinese troops in Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh, arrived in Patna on Thursday by a special flight
'Indian troops crossed LAC, blatantly broke consensus': China blames India for face-off, skirts questions on damming Galwan river
Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian skirted questions for a second consecutive day about the casualties suffered by China in the Galwan Valley clash while accusing Indian troops of trying to 'unilaterally change the status quo'
MEA says 'pre-meditated action' by Chinese troops led to violent face-off, terms Beijing's claim over Galwan Valley 'exaggerated, untenable'
The MEA has trashed China's claim of sovereignty over the Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh, the site of a violent cross-border clash, saying such 'exaggerated' and 'untenable' claims are contrary to the understanding reached during a high-level military dialogue on 6 June
A colonel from Telangana, a young sepoy from Bengal's Sarang: Army reveals names of 20 soldiers killed in lethal face-off with China's PLA in Eastern Ladakh
The Indian Army, Wednesday, finally released the list of names of all those who have died so far in Ladakh. The list included the name of Colonel B Santosh Babu, the commanding officer of the Army’s 16 Bihar unit who was killed during the attack.
Galwan Valley clash: Ex-armymen stage protests near Chinese embassy in Delhi against killing of 20 Indian soldiers
A group of ex-armymen gathered near the Chinese embassy in Delhi on Wednesday to protest against the killing of 20 Indian Army personnel in a violent clash with Chinese troops in Ladakh's Galwan Valley, officials said.
Galwan Valley clash: Narendra Modi calls for all-party meeting on Friday to discuss situation on India-China border
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has convened an all-party virtual meet on 19 June to discuss the situation on the India-China border, his office said on Wednesday.
Ghulam Rasool Galwan: All you need to know about the explorer and why Ladakh's Galwan Valley is named after him
The 80 kilometers-long Galwan river, which flows through the valley, in the eastern part of Ladakh, is named after Ghulam Rasool Galwan, a Ladakhi adventurer and explorer who assisted many European explorers at the turn of the 19th century.
India-China border tensions: 20 soldiers killed, confirms Indian Army after first lethal stand-off in 45 yrs; talks underway
Twenty army personnel were killed during a violent confrontation with Chinese troops in the Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh on Monday night
20 Indian soldiers killed in Chinese transgression in eastern Ladakh: Rahul Gandhi, Tamil Nadu leaders pay tributes to slain army personnel
Political parties and politicians on Tuesday condoled the death of Indian soldiers in eastern Ladakh and paid rich tributes to them
'Violent face-off' in eastern Ladakh because China unilaterally wanted to change status quo, could have avoided casualties, says MEA
The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said in a statement on Tuesday that the violent face-off in the Galwan Valley region in eastern Ladakh on Monday happened as a result of an attempt by the Chinese side to unilaterally the change status quo