India-China Border Standoff

'Relation with India should not be viewed from lens of a third country': China says it agrees with Jaishankar on bilateral ties

Jaishankar, who met his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in Dushanbe, conveyed that the two sides should work for an early resolution of the remaining issues along the LAC.

published on : 17th September 2021

Troops disengaged but not withdrawn, China’s LAC build-up worries India

The Chinese want Indian Army to move out soldiers deployed after the May 5, 2020, standoff which began with clashes at Finger 4 on the north bank of Pangong Tso.

published on : 12th August 2021

Jaishankar holds talks with Chinese counterpart Wang Yi as India keeps a close eye on PLA activities at LAC

The two ministers agreed that the next round of military dialogue should be convened at the earliest and its focus should be on discussing all the remaining issues to find a acceptable solution.

published on : 14th July 2021

India and China agree to maintain dialogue to resolve LAC standoff; IAF to stay vigilant

The two countries agreed to this as they held another round of diplomatic talks to resolve the prolonged border standoff in eastern Ladakh that erupted in early May last year.

published on : 25th June 2021

China's amassing of troops, attempt to alter status quo responsible for Ladakh row: India

India's comments on the matter came a day after China said its military deployment in the region is a normal "defence arrangement" aimed to respond to actions by the "relevant" country.

published on : 24th June 2021

Ladakh standoff: India, China likely to hold another round of diplomatic talks this week

It is learnt that another round of Corps Commander-level talks will be held following the diplomatic dialogue.

published on : 23rd June 2021

Larger issue is whether India, China can build relationship based on mutual sensitivity, respect: Jaishankar

At a virtual conversation at the Qatar Ecomonic Forum, he also made it clear that there was no connection between India becoming part of the Quad and the border issue with China.

published on : 22nd June 2021

Valour of Galwan bravehearts will be eternally etched in memory of nation: Army

In the first deadly clash in the border area in nearly five decades, 20 Indian soldiers were killed on June 15 last year in the Galwan Valley in fierce hand-to-hand combat with Chinese troops.

published on : 15th June 2021

India-China ties at crossroads: Jaishankar on ongoing Ladakh standoff

Jaishankar said the then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's visit in 1988 to China 26 years after the 1962 conflict led to a consensus on having stability along the frontier.

published on : 20th May 2021

Keeping an eye on drill by Chinese military near Ladakh region: General Naravane

Gen Naravane also expressed hope that both sides will be able to make forward movement in resolving issues in other areas.

published on : 20th May 2021

In talks with China, Jaishankar calls for full implementation of Moscow pact on Ladakh row

The issue figured during a phone conversation that was initiated by Wang to convey China's sympathies to India on the COVID-19 situation.

published on : 30th April 2021

'Past consensus can’t be ignored': Indian envoy on LAC standoff

Indian ambassador to China Vikram Misri, in an address at the ICWA-CPIFA virtual dialogue, called out Beijing for ignoring significant consensus reached by the two countries.

published on : 21st April 2021

'India should cherish positive trend of de-escalation': China on Ladakh standoff

India shoud adhere to the relevant agreements between the two armies and move towards the same direction as the Chinese side to jointly maintain peace, PLA spokesperson said.

published on : 11th April 2021

Ladakh standoff: India, China likely to hold fresh round of military talks on Friday

Sources said India will insist on early disengagement of troops in Gogra and Hot Springs besides pressing for resolution of pending issues in Depsang plains.

published on : 8th April 2021

China says Ladakh situation has 'eased distinctly' but silent on further pullout of troops

The two countries had earlier completed the withdrawal of troops and weapons from the North and South banks of Pangong Lake last month in line with an agreement on disengagement.

published on : 25th March 2021
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