The previous round of corps commander-level talks took place on 14 July and lasted for nearly 15 hours.
China withdraws troops, removes structures from friction points in Ladakh's Galwan Valley, say reports
It was along the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh that violent clashes between India and China’s armies on 15 June led to the deaths of 20 Indian soldiers.
IAF at the ready along India-China LAC as combat, transport planes ferry troops, equipment to troubled region
The Indian Air Force is playing a crucial role in enhancing combat preparedness along the India-China border in the Ladakh region, where violent clashes were reported on 15 June
Geopolitical chess: India has answered China’s fait accompli with app ban and political signaling; onus now shifts to Beijing
India’s decision to ban 59 Chinese apps is an astute move as it circumvents WTO regulations on the question of national security and presents China with few retaliatory options
The prime minister was accompanied by Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat and Army chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane
India ban on Chinese apps a 'digital strike', will give befitting reply if anyone casts evil eye, says Ravi Shankar Prasad
Insisting that India banned Chinese apps to protect data of countrymen, law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad sought to know why Mamata Banerjee's TMC was opposing the ban
DHL, FedEx temporarily suspend shipments from China to India amid border tensions between two countries
There have been growing calls from India for a boycott of Chinese products after a border clash between the neighbours last month killed 20 Indian soldiers in Galwan Valley.
India should take lead in raising Tibet issue with China, says president of Tibetan government-in-exile
Lobsang Sangay, president of the Tibetan government-in-exile based in the northern Indian hill town of Dharamsala, said China’s expansionist policy had resulted in a renewed focus on the Tibetans’ struggle for autonomy and India had a unique role to play.
Ladakh face-off: China trying to advance untenable claims of sovereignty over Galwan Valley, not acceptable, says MEA
External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava also said China's claim was not in accordance with its own position in the past, and Indian troops have been patrolling the area for a long time without any incident
Day after India dismisses China’s ‘exaggerated, untenable’ professions of sovereignty over region, Beijing claims Galwan Valley lies on its side of LAC
China's foreign ministry claimed that the Galwan Valley was on the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control
Satellite images show China brought in machinery, built dam on river on India’s side of LAC ahead of Galwan Valley clash
In the days leading up to the most violent border clash between India and China in decades, China brought in pieces of machinery, cut a trail into a Himalayan mountainside and may have even dammed a river, satellite pictures suggest
Galwan Valley clash: Rs 5 crore ex-gratia, residential plot, government job for wife of Col Santosh Babu, announces K Chandrasekar Rao
The Telangana government will give Rs 5 crore to the family of 39-year old Colonel Bikkumalla Santosh Babu and Rs 10 lakh each to the families of the 19 other soldiers who were killed in the high altitude border clash with the Chinese troops in Ladakh's Galwan Valley
Rahul Gandhi questions Narendra Modi's silence on Chinese intrusion; nationalism not 'exclusive monopoly' of BJP, says Congress
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday alleged that China has taken away India's territory in Ladakh and questioned the prime minister's silence, as the opposition party stepped up its attack on the issue demanding that the government fix accountability.
Indian and Chinese armies hold Lt General-level talks over Ladakh stand-off with 'positive approach', says senior military official
The Indian delegation was led by Lt General Harinder Singh, the general officer commanding of Leh-based 14 Corps, while the Chinese side was headed by the Commander of the Tibet Military District.
India, China agree to resolve dispute over Ladakh LAC peacefully; senior military leaders from both sides hold talks
India and China agreed on Friday to resolve a dispute over their shared border in the Ladakh region through diplomatic channels, the Indian foreign affairs ministry said
India to go ahead with infra development in key areas along LAC despite ongoing stand-off with China in eastern Ladakh
India will not stop infrastructure development projects along India-China border despite China's attempts to vitiate the situation in areas like eastern Ladakh
Narendra Modi arrives in Chennai ahead of 'informal' summit with Xi Jinping; Tamil Nadu governor, CM receive him at airport
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday reached Chennai to hold the second informal summit with Chinese president Xi Jinping, who is expected to arrive in the city later in the afternoon today.
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India's foreign policy for next 5 years: New Delhi should convey to US in no uncertain terms how importance of better ties hinges on favourable trade policies
There has been a growing realisation in Washington's policy circles that closer ties with India can make the US stronger once again in Asia where China has begun to flex its military muscles
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