India China Clash
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It is possible that China's actions against India are linked with its actions against Taiwan and its ultimate goal of securing the island. China has the largest navy in the world, but crossing the 160 km-wide Taiwan Strait with an invading force is still a challenge. The Himalayas are easier
On the first anniversary of the deadly clashes, Chief of Army Staff Gen MM Naravane led the force in hailing the valour of the 20 soldiers who lost their lives in face of "unprecedented" Chinese aggression
China must 'sincerely work' on disengagement, maintenance of peace is basis of bilateral ties, says MEA
Foreign ministry spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said a fresh round of bilateral diplomatic talks is likely to be held on Friday to push forward the disengagement process in eastern Ladakh
Narendra Modi's Leh visit: Indian Army calls criticism of medical facility 'malicious and unsubstantiated'
Prime Minister Narendra Modi made an unannounced visit to Ladakh on Friday, signalling India's firmness in dealing with the border row with China in several areas of the region
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
Prasar Bharati threatens to cancel PTI's subscription, accuses news agency of 'anti-national' reportage
Prasar Bharati is the largest subscriber of PTI, which is a not-for-profit privately-run news agency and has over 1,000 full-time employees
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
Indians have made Chinese food their own; boycotting it only betrays our culinary culture and middle-class
In the wake of the conflagration at the border, Ramdas Athawale, union minister, has decided that the patriotic Indian must launch a boycott of Chinese food. What he does not realise that Chinese food in India has as much to do with China as a Japanese curry has to do with our korma and qalia.