The Modi government, conscious of the 'lessons' learnt from 1962, is determined to defend India's territorial frontiers with deliberate action that may be perceived as intimidating by Beijing
India-China border row: Breakdown in talks shows Beijing doesn't want to stop its expansionist policy
Beijing's statements on the issue of the Line of Actual Control is quite harsh, blaming the Indian side for making 'unreasonable and unrealistic demands'
India, China disengage in eastern Ladakh's Gogra, temporary structures created by both sides dismantled
While India announced the disengagement in Gogra, there was no immediate word on Hot Springs and Depsang, two other friction points.
China’s non observance of border agreements ‘disturbed’ foundation of bilateral ties with India: S Jaishankar
Jaishankar said that for the last year, there has been a lot of concern over the two countries because China has not observed agreements that it had signed up to when it came to India's border
100 years of Chinese Communist Party: As Xi Jinping consolidates power, softening of stance at LAC unlikely
Given the high-stakes poker that Xi is playing at home, any climbdown with India will be seen as a ‘resounding defeat’ by an increasingly nationalist generation of Chinese who have been fed a steady diet of ideological jingoism.
In future whatever happens inside Tibet may matter for the Indian security environment and also that of Asia as well.
Colin Kahl said if confirmed, he would continue to operationalise India's status as a Major Defence Partner to advance shared interests in the Indo-Pacific region
Cyber attacks give another option — less devastating than a nuclear attack, but capable of giving a country a strategic and psychological edge
The Chinese foreign ministry said that the front-line troops of the two militaries began simultaneous and planned disengagement on Pangong bank on 10 Feb, in keeping with the consensus reached in Moscow and at the 9th round of commander-level talks
However, the Minister of External Affairs said that so far there was no "visible expression" of the talks on the ground
Protest in Arunachal over 'Chinese village'; students' body accuses sucessive Central Govts of not taking issue seriously
Armed with banners and placards, AAPSU condemned the nefarious activities of China and slammed the Centre for remaining "silent" over the issue
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
Indian Army apprehends Chinese soldier in Ladakh; second incident of transgression across LAC in 3 months
Indian troops had captured Corporal Wang Ya Long of the PLA on 19 October last year after he "strayed" across the LAC. The corporal was handed back to China following existing protocols
Addressing a briefing in Beijing, Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying claimed that the "merits of the situation at the border area are very clear and the responsibility totally lies with the Indian side"
Navy Chief strongly pitches for third aircraft carrier, says India will soon procure six more submarines, other assets
Admiral Karambir Singh also said the Indian Navy was cognisant of the rapid expansion of the Chinese PLA, and has put in place a standard operating procedure in the event of any infringement of its maritime domain in the Indian Ocean Region
Modi took a swipe at China without naming it, saying the world is troubled by "expansionist forces" and expansionism shows a "distorted mindset" that belongs to the 18th century
Given the trajectory of the China relations — Sri Lanka’s ‘India First’ policy will obviously be confined to bilateral security issues and New Delhi’s concerns in the matter.
By welcoming Australia into Malabar exercise, India has shed inhibitions about Quad, going all out against China
Just like then Australian prime minister Kein Rudd didn't want to antagonise China, and hence pulled out of the quad in 2008, India too had been treading carefully in matters involving the Chinese
The Indian Army said in a statement on Monday that the soldier, identified as Wang Ya Long, will be returned after completing formalities
Indian Army is always ready to answer aggression, says Amit Shah as Xi Jinping asks Chinese troops to prepare for war
In an interview to Rahul Joshi, the Union home minister also said that India "will not bow down to anyone" and that it has the support of most countries