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Xi Jinping’s strategic miscalculation spawns a dangerous Himalayan military stalemate
World

Xi Jinping’s strategic miscalculation spawns a dangerous Himalayan military stalemate

Thanks to the Xi Jinping-ordered aggression, India seems more determined than ever to work with like-minded states to prevent China from gaining pre-eminence in Asia

No breakthrough in 14th round of India-China border talks, deadlock over Hot Springs continues
India

No breakthrough in 14th round of India-China border talks, deadlock over Hot Springs continues

Indian Army Chief General MM Naravane had said on Wednesday that India was hopeful of resolving issues related to disengagement at Patrolling Point 15 (Hot Springs) in eastern Ladakh in the 14th round of talks

Timeline | India-China hold 14th round of military talks with disengagement at Hot Spring on agenda
India

Timeline | India-China hold 14th round of military talks with disengagement at Hot Spring on agenda

Wednesday’s meeting held at the Chushul-Moldo point on the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh was held to resolve the border standoff that began in May 2020

Threat has not reduced, will continue to deal with China in firm manner: Army chief on border row
India

Threat has not reduced, will continue to deal with China in firm manner: Army chief on border row

General MM Naravane also said that the Indian Army is more than adequately prepared to deal with any military ramifications of China's new land boundary law

Look forward to 'constructive dialogue' on 12 Jan at 14th military talks with China says India
India

Look forward to 'constructive dialogue' on 12 Jan at 14th military talks with China says India

In their virtual diplomatic talks on 18 November, 2021, India and China agreed to hold the 14th round of military talks at an early date to achieve the objective of complete disengagement in remaining friction points in eastern Ladakh

For Kashmiris, no delicacy can complete with the Valley's fabled Houk Seun
India

For Kashmiris, no delicacy can complete with the Valley's fabled Houk Seun

Many dried vegetables are cooked at religious festivals. There are many auspicious occasions for both Kashmir Muslims and Pandits on which special varieties of dried vegetables are prepared

LAC stand-off: India, China likely to hold 14th round of corps Commander-level talks on 12 Jan
India

LAC stand-off: India, China likely to hold 14th round of corps Commander-level talks on 12 Jan

The 13th round of talks had taken place on 10 October and both sides failed to make any headway with the Indian Army saying after the dialogue that the 'constructive suggestions' made by it were not agreeable to the Chinese side, which also could not provide any 'forward-looking' proposals

DRDO collaborates with private industry, gives extreme cold clothing technology to five firms
India

DRDO collaborates with private industry, gives extreme cold clothing technology to five firms

These extreme cold weather clothing systems were among the 17 types of special clothing and mountaineering equipment that the Army had sought to procure from Indian vendors.

India rejects China renaming places in Arunachal: A look at how northeastern state has remained under a constant threat from Beijing
India

India rejects China renaming places in Arunachal: A look at how northeastern state has remained under a constant threat from Beijing

China claims that Arunachal Pradesh is “South Tibet” – an area that falls under its administrative control. Last year, the country had said that it did not recognise Arunachal Pradesh as a part of India

India rejects China renaming places in Arunachal, says ‘invented’ names do not alter status
India

India rejects China renaming places in Arunachal, says ‘invented’ names do not alter status

India’s reaction came in response to Beijing announcing Chinese names for 15 more places in Arunachal Pradesh which the neighbouring country claims as South Tibet.

Curious case of Chinese villages near Arunachal: How statements of CDS Rawat and MEA don’t contradict each other
India

Curious case of Chinese villages near Arunachal: How statements of CDS Rawat and MEA don’t contradict each other

The MEA spoke of the IB, which corresponds more or less to the McMahon Line, while the CDS was commenting on the LAC; the two do not exactly tally in several places in Arunachal Pradesh

India needs to bridge the widening AI gap with China before it’s too late
India

India needs to bridge the widening AI gap with China before it’s too late

China is heavily investing in artificial intelligence with an aggressive push in the military domain

China’s PLA may have an edge over Indian Army, but we are better prepared in high-altitude warfare
India

China’s PLA may have an edge over Indian Army, but we are better prepared in high-altitude warfare

The Chinese bluff needs to be called off and they must be reminded that as in Nathu La in 1967, Sumdrong Chu and Wangdung in 1986, Doklam in 2019 and now Galwan Valley in June 2020, Indian troops will administer a medicine of their choice on them, if required.

Second village constructed by China near LAC? Here's what we know
India

Second village constructed by China near LAC? Here's what we know

Satellite images show that there are new constructions by the Chinese along the LAC.

LAC stand-off: India, China agree to hold next round of military talks soon to end stalemate in eastern Ladakh
World

LAC stand-off: India, China agree to hold next round of military talks soon to end stalemate in eastern Ladakh

Ministry of External Affairs said it was also agreed that both sides should continue to ensure a stable ground situation and avoid any untoward incident

With 25 airfields capable of launching ops, IAF well placed against Chinese air force in Himalayas
India

With 25 airfields capable of launching ops, IAF well placed against Chinese air force in Himalayas

China effectively has three airfields close to eastern Ladakh, and around eight in Tibet. One more is coming up in Xinjiang. They are trying to upgrade infrastructure but have the disadvantage of very high altitude

India revamps Rezang La memorial to commemorate shining moment in 1962 war; all you need to know
India

India revamps Rezang La memorial to commemorate shining moment in 1962 war; all you need to know

The Battle of Rezang La went down in the annals of military history as one of the greatest last stands of all times – comparable probably only to the famous Battle of Saragarhi, in the Indian context.

The Battle of Rezang La: When our men fought the Chinese till the last bullet and the last man
India

The Battle of Rezang La: When our men fought the Chinese till the last bullet and the last man

On 18 November 1962, the Charlie Company of the 13 Kumaon Battalion, Kumaon Regiment, fought a Chinese attack at Rezang La Pass in Ladakh. The company comprised 120 soldiers and was led by Maj. Shaitan Singh. Of these, 110 were martyred in the attack.

Defence minister Rajnath Singh to inaugurate revamped war memorial in eastern Ladakh tomorrow
India

Defence minister Rajnath Singh to inaugurate revamped war memorial in eastern Ladakh tomorrow

Singh will also carry out a review of the security situation with top Army commanders in the backdrop of the lingering border row with China along the Line of Actual Control

'Terrorists enjoy free pass in Pakistan': India slams Pakistan at UNSC over Kashmir issue
World

'Terrorists enjoy free pass in Pakistan': India slams Pakistan at UNSC over Kashmir issue

Counsellor in India's Permanent Mission to the UN Kajal Bhat said, the entire UT of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh were, are and will always be an integral and inalienable part of India.