China objects to Amit Shah's Arunachal Pradesh visit on its 34th Statehood Day, claims home minister violated 'territorial sovereignty'
China claims Arunachal Pradesh as part of southern Tibet and the two countries have so far held 22 rounds of Special Representatives talks to resolve the border dispute.
Parliament Updates: Rajya Sabha passes AERA (Amendment) Bill aimed at changing definition of major airport
Parliament Updates: The Centre has informed the Lok Sabha that in the last three years, a total of 427 and 5049 people have died in police custody and judicial custody respectively. NHRC has recommended disciplinary NBC's action against 20 erring public servants during last 3 years.
AN-32 crash: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal announces Rs 1 crore ex-gratia for kin of deceased IAF personnel Rajesh Kumar
The AN-32, a Russian-made aircraft, went missing on 3 June, around 30 minutes after taking off from Jorhat in Assam for Menchuka in Arunachal Pradesh.
Narendra Modi in China: For US networks, Wuhan summit fades against Kim Jong Un's 'historic' walk across Korean border
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's high stakes meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Wuhan made headlines on wire services, print and digital media but was overshadowed on US television networks by the "Super Bowl plus Oscars" kind of spectacle of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un created by stepping across the border.
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh arrived at the ITBP camp in Matli on the Indo-China border this evening to spend the new year with jawans who brave sub-zero temperatures during the winter as they secure the country's frontiers.
As China asserts itself, India must give its urgent attention to addressing gaps in border infrastructure
The focus on border infrastructure unfortunately comes up only during situations like the Doka La plateau confrontation. China, meanwhile, is rapidly asserting itself.
In a major feat, the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) has constructed the world's highest motorable road in Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir
Pachnanda comes to ITBP with the rare distinction of serving in all the major central paramilitary forces and organisations including CRPF, CISF, BSF, SPG, CBI and NDRF
India warns China against border road, says changing status quo will have 'serious security implications'
India has told China that the building of a road by Chinese troops in a border region will have "serious security implications for India" and urged Beijing "not to change the status quo unilaterally"
Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu has underlined connectivity as the biggest hurdle for development in the state and urged the Centre to remove communication bottleneck.
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat on Wednesday said that the instances of transgression from the Chinese troops have increased in Bara Hoti
India has eased restrictions on building roads and military facilities along its disputed border with China, as the new government seeks to close the gap on its neighbour's superior transport network and take a stronger stance on Beijing.
As many as 527 ITBP personnel have died since 2010 while manning the Indo-China border in Ladakh and other sectors, Home Minister Rajnath Singh informed Rajya Sabha on Wednesday.
Around 20-22 Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers had last week pitched around 8-10 tents in the west of Chepzi in Ladakh area. They returned after the flag meeting on Saturday, the sources said.
India and China today agreed that peace and tranquility on the border are key for expansion of bilateral ties as their senior officials held candid talks on a border security mechanism agreement.
"We have to accept that China is way superior to us in terms of infrastructure... China is better positioned than India, I admit. But if it is a mistake it is a mistake by all of us," Antony said.
The "unfortunate face-offs" between Indian and Chinese armies took place due to difference in perception about the Line of Actual Control (LAC), AK Antony said.
the Army requested the Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore, to resolve the mystery of the two objects that the army had been observing in the sensitive border zone of eastern Ladakh since early 2012
Antony cannot afford to lower his guard and needs to speak to the Chinese in the language that they best understand.
Elsewhere in the world, countries are fighting for territories with oil, gas or minerals. In this case, they’re geo-strategic: China needs Ladakh’s Aksai Chin area to link Tibet to Xinjiang, and India fears losing Arunachal Pradesh would make its entire North-East vulnerable.