Five missing Arunachal Pradesh youngsters handed over to India by People's Liberation Army
They were handed over to the Army at Kibitu on Saturday after completing all the formalities. The youngsters will now be quarantined for 14 days as per COVID-19 protocol and will later be handed over to their families.
Whereabouts of 5 youths abducted by China's PLA yet to be known: Arunachal police
Engaged as porters and guides by the Army, the youths were reported missing by their families through social media Friday last. Two members of the group returned home and informed the families of the other five that they had been whisked away by the Chinese troops from Sera-7, an Army patrol zone located about 12 km further north of Nacho.
India China Standoff: Are we headed towards an armed conflict with China?
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After fresh tensions in Ladakh, China says it hopes for disengagement as soon as possible
The Indian Army said Chinese troops fired shots in the air and attempted to close in on an Indian position in eastern Ladakh on Monday as it rejected charges by China's People's Liberation Army(PLA) that it transgressed across the LAC.
Indian envoy to China briefs senior PLA General on India's stand on eastern Ladakh situation
At the latest round of military talks, the Indian side insisted forcefully 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.
China deploys 10,000 troops on south bank of Pangong Tso, 50 battalions stationed in Ladakh LAC
According to this assessment, the number of battalions deployed in Ladakh by People Liberation Army (PLA) has gone up from 35 in August to 50 in September. Each battalion consists of 1,000-1,200 soldiers. On September 7, PLA troops attempted to come dangerously close to one of the forward positions of Indian Army, which resulted in shots being fired in the air.
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 agree on 5-point plan for resolving border standoff in eastern Ladakh
The Indian Army and the Chinese People's Liberation Army(PLA) have been locked in a tense standoff in multiple areas along the Line of Actual Control(LAC) in eastern Ladakh since early May.
People's Liberation Army moves away troops that clashed at Galwan from LAC
The Chinese army has pulled back troops that were involved in the fatal clash at Galwan on June 15 from the flashpoint to lower tempers but it is still not clear if they have been rotated out from the sector as part of the disengagement process.
China attempting to militarise space as it seeks to modernise its military power
China is the country that conducted the greatest number of space launches in 2018 and 2019, and this year it has already launched 22 space vehicles out of a planned 40. What China does not admit to is that its ambitious space programme is under the control of the People's Liberation Army (PLA).
Peoples Liberation Army will hand over five youths from Arunachal Pradesh today: Rijiju
Rijiju tweeted, “ The Chinese PLA has confirmed to Indian Army to hand over the youths from Arunachal Pradesh to our side. The handing over is likely to take place anytime tomorrow i.e. 12th September 2020 at a designated location”.
We remain convinced about resolution of differences through dialogue: India on eastern Ladakh situation
At a online media briefing, External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said National Security Advisor Ajit Doval categorically conveyed to Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi last Sunday India's position on the recent developments along the LAC including in the Galwan valley area.
China military says recent drills near Taiwan were 'necessary' to safeguard sovereignty
The drills were a 'necessary action' to safeguard sovereignty, Senior Colonel Zhang Chunhui, spokesman for the Eastern Theater Command of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) said in a statement.
China continues to needle India; stakes claim on Indian territory: Statement by PLA Western Theater Command
Indian troops again crossed the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Galwan Valley region and purposefully launched provocative attacks, lead...
Despite Chinese cameras and sensors, India managed to beat PLA in occupying heights
China has been claiming that the height belongs to them and wanted to capture it to get into an advantageous position all along the southern bank of Pangong lake area and the nearby Spanggur Gap, an open territory where Chinese armoured regiments were deployed.