India, China relations are 'work in progress' says EAM Jaishankar, Wang Yi suggests 3-point approach
Wang Yi has proposed a three-point approach to achieve the development of bilateral relations.
India and China have been holding talks on the Line of Actual Control in the Eastern Ladakh area to resolve the standoff and 14 rounds have been held so far.
Rao reiterated that they are making efforts to build a new India that will be far better than what it is today and also to ensure that it witnesses tremendous development.
"The government (Modi govt) is not being run properly. We are making efforts to make it right which is also a responsibility of every Indian,” said KCR.
Rao had announced to extend support to the families of 19 jawans martyred in the Galwan Valley clashes in 2020.
The Telangana government had earlier extended support to Colonel Santosh Babu, belonged to Telangana, who was martyred in the Galwan clashes.
His forward area visit also included the location of Galwan the pictures of which have been released on social media.
China, India should follow through on border agreements: Beijing in response to Jaishankar's remarks
"When a large country disregards written commitments, it's an issue of a legitimate concern for entire international community," says Jaishankar in response to a question on Ladakh border standoff.
Galwan, Ukraine shadows over Winter Olympics: US reiterates its support towards India, Putin to meet Xi in Beijing
The US, India and several other world powers have been talking about the need to ensure a free, open and thriving Indo-Pacific in the backdrop of China's aggressive military manoeuvring.
India's chargé d'affaires in the Beijing embassy will not be attending the opening or closing ceremony of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.
Twenty Indian Army personnel laid down their lives in the clashes that marked the most serious military conflicts between the two sides in decades.
Corps Commander Talks: India for “constructive dialogue” with China to resolve remaining friction areas
In the series of military dialogues at the SHMC Levels, the 13th round of talks which took place on 10th October had ended up in a stalemate with both sides attributing it upon the other side.
The Indian army has now clarified the muddle regarding PLA's alleged unfurling of the Chinese flag in the Galwan valley in Ladakh on New Year's day.
The reports were neither officially acknowledged nor denied. India’s armed forces have in fact been dealing valiantly with an ever-aggressive China for more than a year now.
The need was felt after the Chinese side resorted to either stretching the meeting for long hours “to wear out the other side during talks” or using tactics to confuse the negotiating team.