'Tell nation when Chinese are going to be thrown out of India,' Rahul Gandhi's request to Modi ahead of PM's speech
In a tweet, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced that he will address the nation at 6 pm today
The Indian Army said in a statement on Monday that the soldier, identified as Wang Ya Long, will be returned after completing formalities
Shah, while speaking about the LAC standoff in in an interview with Network18, was firmly restrained, dropping only pale but significant hints about India’s moves
Jaishankar made these remarks during a conversation with Asia Society Policy Institute (ASPI) President and former Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd
Ladakh stand-off: Talks between India and China underway, do not want to pre-judge, says S Jaishankar
However, when asked whether India was looking at reducing the extent of trade ties with China in view of the standoff, Jaishankar only said that disturbing the "very foundation" of the relationship will have "consequences"
US diplomat takes note of China's military muscle-flexing in Ladakh, warns India of 'elephant in the room'
Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Biegun said the US was exploring ways to empower India without altering its 'strong and proud tradition of strategic autonomy'
Singh added that despite the border tensions, the country was not only resolutely facing them but also bringing about "historical changes in all sectors of development"
Quad meet in Tokyo: Advancing key security, economic interests in Indo-Pacific a priority, says S Jaishankar
The in-person meeting of the foreign ministers of the 'Quad' comprising India, the US, Japan and Australia is taking place in the backdrop of China's aggressive military behaviour in the Indo-Pacific, South China Sea and along the LAC in eastern Ladakh
The Air Chief Marshal said while Chinese airpower can't get the better of India's capabilities, the country would not take its adversary lightly
China likes to see subservient and pliable India, finds marginal rise in its influence unacceptable, says Prof Rajeswari Rajagopalan
The two-front war is not a talking point but a likelihood, especially given the all-weather, strategic nature of relations between China and Pakistan, says professor Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan.
Centre approves setting up secure communication network for Army in forward locations at cost of Rs 7,796 crore
Officials said the project aiming to enhance network coverage along the LOC and LAC will be rolled out by State-owned company, ITI, within three years
Ladakh border standoff: Indian, Chinese armies working to schedule next round of military talks, says MEA
The comments by the MEA spokesperson came a day after the two countries held another round of diplomatic talks to resolve the five-month-long military standoff in eastern Ladakh
By insisting on 1959 LAC, China seeks to justify recent intrusion, put pressure on India to accept redrawing of border
If this marked the first time in recent years that China has sought to unambiguously redefine the LAC in accord with its 1959 claim line, a demand that India has consistently rejected, Chinese foreign ministry upped the ante further on Tuesday when it called into question India’s sovereignty over Ladakh.
China's opposition to border infrastructure in Ladakh erodes goodwill created by Jaishankar-Wang Yi talks
China has opposed the development of infrastructure in border areas and has also said that it does not recognise the Union Territory of Ladakh
India rejects China's position on Ladakh, says New Delhi never accepted 'so-called unilaterally defined' 1959 LAC
The MEA's comments come after a Chinese spokesperson said that Beijing abides by the LAC as proposed by the then-Premier Zhou Enlai to Nehru in a letter dated 7 November, 1959
Indian Army gears up for winter in Ladakh, rushes supplies in biggest logistics operation in decades
To deal with any Chinese misadventure, India has deployed over three additional Army divisions in eastern Ladakh, where the temperature fluctuates between minus five to minus 25 degrees Celsius between October and January
Jaishankar told Times Now in an interview that there is also a need to have trust in the ability of the system, both military commanders and the diplomatic channels, in negotiating with the Chinese
Parliament Monsoon Session: LS passes farm bills as Harsimrat Kaur Badal quits PM's Cabinet in protest; RS discusses COVID-19 management
In the Rajya Sabha, Union minister Harsh Vardhan said that a coronavirus vaccine is likely to be available in India by early next year and added that the Centre is aiming to bring down India's COVID-19 mortality rate
MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said both sides should refrain from taking any actions that may lead to an escalation in the situation, and focus on easing tensions in the friction areas
Ladakh standoff: Space for diplomacy shrinking fast as India, China remain on the edge of military conflict
India wants a political key to unlock the dangerous stalemate in Ladakh, but political engagements so far have failed to produce any breakthrough.