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China violated pacts, mobilised troops; standoff unlike earlier; several friction areas, says Rajnath
The Defence Minister said that China has tried to disrupt the ground situation in May and June and it led to India's response. "We have told China that such incidents won't be acceptable to us," Rajnath said.
ITBP’s extra high-tech proposal for UAVs, radars, LORROS set to be okayed
ITBP is responsible for guarding the 3,488 km-long LAC with China w...
Chinese troops carried rods, spears and clubs in aggressive approach towards Indian post: Govt sources
Chinese troops carried rods, spears, c...
Respect LAC, do not make attempts to unilaterally change status quo: Rajnath to Chinese counterpart
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh has clearly conveyed to his Chinese counterpart Gen. Wei Fenghe that China must strictly respect the Line of Actual Control(LAC) and not make attempts to unilaterally change its status quo, asserting India is determined to protect its sovereignty and territorial integrity.
India firmly committed to preserving its territorial integrity, says FS Harsh Shringla amid border tension with China
Foreign secretary Harsh Shringla on Friday stated that the magnitude of the ongoing crisis with China was huge, given that no lives were lost before this for more than 40 years, and asserted that India would protect its sovereignty and territorial integrity resolutely.
Galwan River Valley: An important history lesson
China probably feels that just like in 1962, India will stand down to its aggressive tactics this time too.
Chinese envoy Sun Weidong terms Galwan clash as 'unfortunate', says it is 'brief moment'
"Not long ago, an unfortunate incident happened in the border areas that neither China nor India would like to see. Now we are working to handle it properly. It is a brief moment from the perspective of history," the Chinese Ambassador said while speaking at China-India youth webinar.
From LoC to LAC, armed forces given befitting replies to those challenging sovereignty
Asserting that the respect for India's sovereignty is supreme and that the world has seen in Ladakh what India's brave jawans can do to maintain this resolve, Modi said,"I salute all those brave soldiers from the Red Fort."
Indian Army concludes inquiry into Galwan valley clash
The Army has conducted a formal court of inquiry into the Galwan clash with Chinese troops in June 15 that left 20 Indian soldiers and an unspecified number of PLA troops dead in the midst of a tense border stand off.
Border row: India and China hold Major General-level talks on disengagement process
At the military talks, the Indian side has been insisting on complete disengagement of Chinese troops at the earliest, and immediate restoration of status quo ante in all areas of eastern Ladakh prior to May 5 when the standoff began following a clash between the two armies in Pangong Tso.
S Jaishankar, Wang Yi may take part in SCO, BRICS meets in Russia in September
The meeting of SCO foreign ministers is being planned on September 9-10 and BRICS foreign ministers are also expected to meet around the same dates, sources said.
Ministry of Defence document details People's Liberation Army intrusions in May
The defence establishment has officially acknowledged that Chinese soldiers intruded into Indian territory in eastern Ladakh in May, amid the ongoing deadlock over troop disengagement at the faceoff sites in Pangong Tso and Gogra despite five rounds of top-level military talks.
India-China military talks continue, Pangong Tso remains point of contention
Sources said that the disengagement process has been stalled due to the hard position taken and there has been no further cooling down of tensions in the past fortnight as PLA troops have not vacated the heights in the Finger area and maintain a limited presence inside the Indian perception of the LAC at Gogra as well.
At Galwan, Chinese posts affected by spate in the river
Despite talks, China retains a strong presence in the Galwan valley, with at least 16 camps, including one that is on the Indian side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC). The Chinese deployment at ‘Y Nalla’ has cut off access for Indian troops to Patrol Point 14, where patrolling was carried out in the past before the PLA changed the status quo.
View: It’s time to give military angle to Quad
We can quibble over the number of casualties suffered by the People’s Liberation Army in Galwan, but there is no doubt that China’s nose has been bloodied. The PLA has suffered its first battlefield casualties in decades.