India, China hold 17th round of military talks on eastern Ladakh; no visible outcome
A joint statement released on Thursday said both sides exchanged views in an "open and constructive" manner to resolve the "relevant issues" and described the talks as "frank and in-depth".
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He also claimed that China has refused to accept India's demand of restoring status quo on the border as on April 2020.
'Disengagement process in Gogra-Hotsprings area going as per schedule': Army chief on LAC standoff
The External Affairs Ministry had said on September 9 that the disengagement process will be completed by September 12.
Indian Army's engineering marvel! A bridge over Indus river in Ladakh
The video was titled 'Bridging Challenges - No Terrain nor Altitude Insurmoutable' and was shared on Twitter by the South Western Command of the Indian Army.
Troop disengagement from Gogra-Hotsprings area in Ladakh will end by September 12: India and China
The eastern Ladakh border standoff erupted on May 5, 2020, following a violent clash in the Pangong lake areas.
Chinese threat: Army 'reorienting' forces to boost combat readiness along LAC
The measures being taken by the Army to boost its overall combat readiness come amid the over two-year-long military standoff with China in eastern Ladakh.
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For purchases under the emergency route, the three services will not have to seek approval from the ministry.
'World has noted India's stance on Ukraine, resolute handling of LAC problem': Jaishankar
India is a democracy which debates its problems, can look out for its population and has 'time and mind space for other people in the world' too, Jaishankar said.
'State of border will determine state of India-China relationship': Jaishankar
Indian and Chinese troops have engaged in a standoff at a number of friction points in eastern Ladakh for over two years.
India, China hold military talks over graziers being stopped by PLA troops in Demchok
There was no face-off or confrontation between the Indian and Chinese forces in view of the incident as such objections by both sides happen routinely.
Vostok 2022 drills: Amid LAC tensions, India, China to take part in military exercise in Russia
There were no immediate comments from the Indian Army or the Ministry of Defence in New Delhi on the participation of Indian soldiers at the Vostok-2022 military exercises in Russia.
More boost for infrastructure development along LAC as BRO aims to make roads sturdier
To reduce damage to the road stretches at passes additional safety measures are being incorporated into the infrastructure.
Amid LAC standoff, India in advanced stage of talks with US for procurement of Predator MQ-9B drones
The MQ-9B drone is a variant of MQ-9 'Reaper' that was reportedly used to fire a modified version of the Hellfire missile which eliminated al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri.
India set to strengthen infra at 'ghost villages' near LAC to reverse migration
A senior government official said that in eastern Ladakh, villages are located far from the LAC. At many places, people have migrated to cities in other regions seeking livelihood.
UAVs, infantry vehicles, patrol boats: Rajnath hands over key military systems to Army to boost combat capability in Ladakh
The other new equipment received by the Army are 'Future Infantry Soldier as a System', anti-personnel mine 'Nipun', infantry protected mobility vehicle, rugged and automatic communication system.
'Didn't let China intrude into India's territory': Rajnath asks parties not to politicise LAC row
Rajnath said the armed forces are being equipped with the latest weapons and technology, and they are ready to deal with all future threats.
'China disturbing peace in border areas will impact relationship with India': Jaishankar predicts 'unsettling changes'
Jaishankar was replying to a query on the troubled relationship with China after the clash in Ladakh two years ago.
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He also questioned why imports from China were rising at a time when Chinese infiltrations on the border were on the rise.
Amid Taiwan crisis, India and China hold talks to sort out air space breach along LAC
The Indian team, comprising an Air Commodore and a number of senior Army officials, highlighted the need for focusing on confidence-building measures to avoid any untoward incident, the sources said.
'Can’t disclose Chinese casualties in 2020 Galwan clash': CIC to RTI applicant
The Army refused to disclose the information as it was third-party information and it cannot be shared under Section 8(1) (j) of the Act.
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