India-China standoff in Ladakh: A look back at Beijing's 2019 white paper on defence and security strategy
On Wednesday, the State Council of the People’s Republic of China published a white paper on China’s defence and security posture.
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.
PLA death squads hunted down Indian troops in Galwan valley; army suffered its worst losses since Kargil War
Experts believe the crisis unfolding along the LAC is driven by China’s concerns that India’s development of logistical infrastructure could lead it to occupy contested territories it has until now only been able to patrol.
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
India has 'largest, most experienced' mountain army in the world, says Chinese military expert as India-China standoff continues along LAC
In the midst of the ongoing border standoff, the Indian Army won a rare public compliment from a Chinese military expert who said India has the world's largest and experienced plateau and mountain troops equipped with some of the best weapons suited for such terrain in the Tibetan border.
Opposition clamour on clarification over Chinese incursion in East Ladakh grows; Rahul slams Rajnath, Digvijaya demands special Parliament session
Chinese incursion in eastern Ladakh has turned into a latest soft spot for Central government -- already dealing with a pandemic which refuses to abate -- as Opposition parties shored up their attack.
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
Rajnath Singh says talks on to resolve Ladakh stand-off at military and diplomatic levels, won't allow India's pride to be hurt
Asked about US president Donald Trump's offer of mediation to end the face-off, Rajnath Singh said he conveyed to US defence secretary Mark T Esper during a telephonic conversation on Friday that India and China have existing mechanisms to resolve "problems" through talks at diplomatic and military levels.
India-China border dispute controllable, no third-party needed, says Beijing after Donald Trump offers to mediate
"No third-party intervention" is required to resolve problems, says Chinese Foreign Ministry said after Donald Trump offers to "mediate or arbitrate" the raging border dispute between India and China
Donald Trump says Narendra Modi not in 'good mood' over India's border row with China, renews offer to mediate
Interacting with journalists in the Oval Office of the White House on Thursday, Donald Trump said a "big conflict" was going on between India and China.
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.
US ready and willing to mediate in 'raging border dispute' between India and China, says Donald Trump
Several areas along the LAC in Ladakh and North Sikkim have witnessed major military build-up by both the Indian and Chinese armies recently
Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian says situation along India-China LAC 'overall stable and controllable'
China on Wednesday said that the situation at the border with India is 'overall stable and controllable,' and both the countries have proper mechanisms and communication channels to resolve the issues through dialogue and consultation.
Xi Jinping orders Chinese military to 'scale-up' battle preparedness, prepare for worst-scare scenarios as tensions build along India-China LAC
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday ordered the military to scale up the battle preparedness, visualising the worst-case scenarios, and asked them to resolutely defend the country's sovereignty.
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
India, China enhance military presence around Pangong Tso lake and Galwan Valley in Ladakh as tensions mount
Indian and Chinese armies rushed in additional troops in areas around Pangong Tso lake and Galwan Valley in Ladakh, signalling hardening of their aggressive posturing two weeks after they were engaged in a fierce face-off, military sources said on Wednesday
India's walked a fine foreign policy line during COVID-19 crisis; test ahead lies in how Modi handles Big Powers
If India remains focused on its objectives without letting domestic political compulsions come in the way, the COVID-19 pandemic may propel India’s rise
Coronavirus Outbreak: Lockdown impacts events planned to celebrate 70 yrs of India-China ties; Beijing says diplomatic relations will emerge stronger after pandemic
On 1 April, 1950, India became the first non-Communist country in Asia to establish diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of China (PRC).