Beijing said in a statement that the soldier went missing while helping local herdsmen find a lost yak near the India-China border on Sunday
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
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian's statement comes hours after India and China accused each other of firing in the air near the Pangong lake at the LAC on Monday
The Union minister also said that the modalities to handover the five youth to Indian authorities is being worked out
In Arunachal's Upper Sabansari, police begins probe after five go missing; kidnapped by Chinese Army, claim families
The five men, all from the Tagin community, were identified as Toch Singkam, Prasat Ringling, Dongtu Ebiya, Tanu Baker and Ngaru Diri
As India faces beligerant China, joining military alliance will be realpolitik realism, not sovereign surrender
History suggests that the ‘military alliances’ can make deterrence more effective by increasing the stakes substantially, that are otherwise not possible for a ‘non-aligned’ and effectively, stand-alone nations
The statement said the 'provocative military movement' violated the 'previous consensus arrived at during military and diplomatic engagements'
The white paper showed that China would focus on cyber and space warfare and joint military operation; develop "long-range, precise, smart, stealthy and unmanned weapons"; and prioritise local and informationisation wars as "in the foreseeable future, a world war is unlikely"
The Indian army also told China's PLA that disengagement of troops from Pangong Tso and a few other friction points in eastern Ladakh should be completed at the earliest
Pompeo commends ban on Chinese apps, terms clashes 'initiated' by PLA in Ladakh 'unacceptable behaviour'
Speaking at the USIBC India Ideas Summit, the US Secretary of State said India has a chance to attract global supply chains away from China and reduce its reliance on Chinese companies
Donald Trump administration mulls sweeping travel ban on Chinese Communist Party members, their families
While the president and his strategists have been intent on portraying him as tough on China for reelection purposes, Trump has vacillated wildly in both his language and actions.
India tells China to follow all mutually agreed protocols along LAC in 4th round of military-level talks
The Indian delegation also apprised the Chinese PLA about the "red lines" and conveyed that the onus was largely on China to improve the situation
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s efforts to rid India of the Himalayan millstone around its neck, and secure a border deal, have been spurned by China since 2014. In Beijing’s view, the unresolved border is a useful coercive tool.
China has not disclosed the number of casualties on its side of the LAC with India, though a report by India Today said Indian forces turned over the bodies of 16 Chinese soldiers
Chinese govt mouthpiece Global Times takes aim at India's economic credentials after a week of tirades against Indian Army
Even as the Chinese foreign ministry announced Tuesday that People's Liberation Army and the Indian Army have agreed to take necessary measures to "cool down" the situation at their borders, recent coverage of Beijing's mouthpiece Global Times is a patchwork of anti-India tirade and systematic attacks on India's economic credentials
'Surender Modi': Rahul Gandhi's latest swipe at prime minister over India's Galwan Valley stand-off with China
A day after accusing the prime minister of having "surrendered" Indian territory to Chinese aggression, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday took a swipe at him saying "Narendra Modi is actually Surender Modi".
Galwan incident was no mere 'security' issue; India's diplomacy needs to kick in with rigour to counter China
Historically, India's diplomacy had maintained the high ground of morality, persuasiveness and professional engagement that allowed it to 'manage' the restive neighbourhood and internal contradictions. Current relationships are not reflective of that ability
'Indian troops crossed LAC, blatantly broke consensus': China blames India for face-off, skirts questions on damming Galwan river
Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian skirted questions for a second consecutive day about the casualties suffered by China in the Galwan Valley clash while accusing Indian troops of trying to 'unilaterally change the status quo'
India-China standoff: Creeping land grab is classic Beijing feint; small punitive steps won't help, Delhi must prepare for limited war
The military operation to recover Galwan can be preceded by a set of punitive economic measures to show India means business.
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.