Pompeo, who arrived in Delhi on Monday along with defence secretary Mark Esper for the 2+2 bilateral talks aimed at further boosting defence and security ties between the two countries, made the remarks after a visit to the National War Memorial in New Delhi.
'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 PLA soldier identified as Corporal Wang Ya Long was apprehended after he strayed across the LAC. He has been provided with required medical assistance, the Indian Army said in a statement
There was no breakthrough on the disengagement of troops from the friction points during the seventh round of talks on 12 October, though both sides called the talks 'positive and constructive'
Narendra Modi, Xi Jinping to attend virtual BRICS summit in November; first meet since Ladakh stand-off
Both Modi and Xi have attended all summit meetings of the BRICS in the last few years. The two leaders had held a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the summit in Brazil last year.
LS passes bill to cut MPs' salaries, Opposition demands return of MPLADS; India facing 'challenge' at border, says Rajnath Singh
Defence minister Rajnath Singh, addressing the Lok Sabha, acknowledged that India was facing a "challenge" at the border, but assured that the armed forces were prepared to deal with all contingencies.
Rajnath Singh likely to make statement in Parliament today on India-China stand-off at Ladakh, claim sources
The Union defence minister's statement would assume significance in the backdrop of the Opposition demanding a debate on the issue
Ahead of meet with China's Wang Yi, S Jaishankar says state of border can't be de-linked from state of relationship
External affairs minister described the situation in eastern Ladakh as "very serious" and said it calls for very very deep conversation
Don't attempt to unilaterally change status quo at LAC, Rajnath Singh tells Chinese counterpart Wei Fenghe
This was highest level face-to-face contact between the two sides after border tension erupted in eastern Ladakh in early May
On Monday, the Indian Army said the Chinese military carried out "provocative military movements" to "unilaterally" change the status quo on the southern bank of Pangong lake on the intervening night of 29 and 30 August, but the attempt was thwarted by the Indian troops
The statement said the 'provocative military movement' violated the 'previous consensus arrived at during military and diplomatic engagements'
The Congress spokesperson's comments came in wake of Modi's Independence Day speech where he had made an oblique reference to the Galwan Valley clash, without naming China
Rahul has been criticising the government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the border situation in Ladakh.
'PM lacks courage': Congress attacks Centre for deleting 'Chinese intrusion' report from defence ministry website
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi tweeted that the removal of the document from the website would 'not change facts.'
John Bolton said he does not think Donald Trump knows anything about the history of these clashes between India and China.
Allow independent mission to identify 'incursion, intrusion, encroachment' by China, Rahul Gandhi urges Centre
Rahul Gandhi asked the government to inform the country of the steps taken "to ensure no more Indian territory is taken by China".
In fresh salvo at Rahul Gandhi, JP Nadda accuses him of 'demoralising nation and questioning valour of defence forces'
This is not the first time Nadda has gone after Rahul, or indeed the Gandhi family, but things seem to have escalated in the past few weeks.
PM's Leh visit will 'invigorate' troops, but Chinese intrusion should be acknowledged, says Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury
The Congress MP on Friday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Ladakh will certainly boost Indian Army's morale but, at the same time 'Chinese intruders must be evicted from the occupied Indian territory'.
Prasar Bharati threatens to cancel PTI's subscription, accuses news agency of 'anti-national' reportage
Prasar Bharati is the largest subscriber of PTI, which is a not-for-profit privately-run news agency and has over 1,000 full-time employees
India and China hold diplomatic talks over Ladakh standoff; MEA says both countries should respect Line of Actual Control
India and China held diplomatic talks through video conference on the border standoff in midst of fresh details emerging that China has strengthened its position in several areas in eastern Ladakh.