Indian Army concludes inquiry into Galwan valley clash
The Army has conducted a formal court of inquiry into the Galwan clash with Chinese tr...
No formal inquiry into Galwan Valley clash: Indian Army denies newspaper report
“It is reiterated that the facts of the article are incorrect...
View: Thousands are still waiting for the dawn of a new era in the Kashmir Valley
The blunder of taking Kashmiris for granted that Pakistan committed in 1965 was repeated by India in 1987 by rigging assembly elections. Kashmiris realised that their fate is decided by Delhi and not by their vote. India ignored the Pakistan factor at its own peril. Pakistan grabbed the once in a lifetime opportunity offered on a platter to take revenge for its humiliating dismemberment in 1971.
Genome Valley Research Platform to disrupt the CRO market, aimed at helping young biotech cos
GVRP is being launched with a mission to offer a rather unique “plug and play” model for providing drug discovery services to young biotech companies enabling them to leverage “Destination India”.
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.
China arrests netizen for spreading “rumours” of death of Chinese troops in Galwan Valley clash
Online posts about the secretive People's Liberation Army's (PLA) activities are usually immediately spotted and blocked by China's internet firewalls.
Local leaders kept confined to homes, BJP men hoist tricolour across valley
few BJP members hoisted the tricolour in separate locations across the Valley and organised low-key functions to celebrate the decision to abrogate Article 370 of the Constitution while the administration restricted movement of political leaders and disallowed National Conference to convene a scheduled all-party meeting called by former chief minister Farooq Abdullah.
China lays claim to entire Galwan Valley
India has already dismissed China's claim of sovereignty over the Galwan Valley, saying such "exaggerated" and "untenable" claims are contrary to the understanding reached during a high-level military dialogue on June 6.
1 Bihar to replace 16 Bihar regiment at Galwan Valley
The gallant 16 Bihar Regiment, which put up a strong fight at Galwan valley during the skirmish with Chinese troops on June 15, is moving out from its forward location to a peacetime station, having completed its tenure in eastern Ladakh.
Tea gardens in Barak Valley need power supply: Tea Association of India to Assam govt
TAI stated that the Tea industry in Assam and elsewhere struggles to battle various odds. However, the Cachar region of Assam is battling yet another challenge that comes from the Power supply by APDCL
Ladakh: PM Modi meets brave soldiers injured in Galwan Valley clash
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday reached Ladakh to review situation on the ground after a violent face-off between Indian and Chinese ...
After case against Cisco, US group gathers evidence against caste discrimination in Silicon Valley
Ambedkar King Study Circle (AKSC) in California is collecting evidence following the US State’s lawsuit against networking tech company Cisco Systems for allegedly denying professional opportunities to an unnamed engineer.
China's quest to grab land undercut 3 decades of efforts to build mutual trust: C Raja Mohan
Referring to China's aggressive posturing in eastern Ladakh, South China Sea and East China Sea, Prof Mohan said China will face consequences for its misplaced aggression as it may trigger "nationalist counter-responses" including a push for re-balancing of power in the region.
Galwan Valley: China moves back some troops, vehicles to depth areas
Reports on Thursday suggested that the Chinese troops have moved back from the front to depth areas in the Galwan Valley. As per sources quo...