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
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.
India-China LAC standoff: Military commanders of both nations have agreed to peacefully resolve situation, says MEA
China has moved its troops along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Eastern Ladakh areas including the Finger area, Pangong Tso Lake, and Galwan Nala area.
India-China LAC stand-off is result of cartographic imprecision and evasions, shows dangers of believing in own myth-making
As Indian and Chinese military commanders meet this weekend to iron out the tactical issues driving the unfolding confrontation on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh, political leaders in the two capitals could do worse than curl up with Tolkien’s delicious tale.
The India-China-US dance: Three questions New Delhi must answer in order to balance its geopolitical equations
Donald Trump's offer to 'mediate' between India and China took everyone by surprise, as did his claim to having spoken to Narendra Modi on the issue
Decoding Chinese intrusion at LAC: India should not lower guard despite Beijing's conciliatory tone, here's why
The threat of “war” and the context make it obvious that Xi Jinping demands both domestic and global attention.
Tensions build along India-China LAC in parts of Ladakh, northern Sikkim as both countries deploy additional troops
Tension is gradually building up between Indian and Chinese armies in several areas in Ladakh and northern Sikkim along the un-demarcated Sino-India border with both sides bringing in additional troops, days after they were involved in two violent face-offs, authoritative sources said on Tuesday.