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Early completion of disengagement could pave way for de-escalation: India on eastern Ladakh

India and China were locked in a military standoff at multiple friction points in eastern Ladakh since early May last year.

published on : 8th July 2021

No de-escalation without complete disengagement at all friction points: Army Chief Gen Naravane on Ladakh standoff with China

Army Chief Gen MM Naravane said India is dealing with China in a 'firm' and 'non-escalatory' manner to ensure the sanctity of its claims in eastern Ladakh.

published on : 28th May 2021

India, China have agreed to establish hotline between foreign ministers: S Jaishankar

External Affairs minister S Jaishankar felt that disengagement at all friction points necessary to consider de-escalation of troops.

published on : 26th February 2021

Manipur CM Biren Singh felicitates Army Captain Soiba Maningba Rangnamei for Galwan bravery

Captain Soiba Maningba Rangnamei was seen raining blows on a Chinese soldier in a video of last year's Galwan incident.

published on : 24th February 2021

Lessons that China learnt from the Ladakh standoff

Beijing’s perceptions of New Delhi’s potential threats to its interests may force it to look for alternate ways of conflict initiation while retaining international credibility

published on : 23rd February 2021

India and China to push for mutually acceptable solution

As per Army sources, disengagement of tanks, artillery and infantry soldiers is complete on the south, landforms have been restored to the April 2020 position.

published on : 22nd February 2021

India-China military talks last for around 16 hours

In the talks, India is learnt to have insisted on a faster disengagement process in areas like Hot Springs, Gogra and Depsang to bring down tension in the region.

published on : 21st February 2021

Uphill task for India in other Ladakh sectors

Indian Army occupying the Kailash Range has been an important turning point, feels Lt gen Hooda and Lt Gen KJS Pannu, a former 14 Corps Commander.

published on : 20th February 2021

India has not conceded any territory in disengagement agreement with China in Pangong Tso: MoD

The MoD said the territory of India is as depicted in the map of India and includes more than 43,000 sq km currently under illegal occupation of China since 1962.

published on : 13th February 2021

Disengagement process on in Pangong Tso areas: Sources

On Thursday, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh made a detailed statement in Parliament on the disengagement pact.

published on : 13th February 2021

Surprise disengagement in Ladakh as China, India pull back combat vehicles

While Indian sources said it was limited to armoured vehicles, China claimed that the frontline troops from both sides along the Pangong Tso had started disengaging.

published on : 11th February 2021

Armed forces responded appropriately to China's attempts to change status quo along LAC: Government

There was no official comment by either the Indian Defence Ministry or the Indian Army on the Chinese statement.

published on : 11th February 2021

Government should have fixed nails in Ladakh to stop China: AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi

AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to listen to the 'mann ki baat' of the farmers.

published on : 8th February 2021

'Chinese village': AAPSU demands counter-measures against Beijing's 'expansionist' move

Bagang stated that Arunachal Pradesh is an integral part of India and the people are proud and patriotic Indians.

published on : 21st January 2021

Tracking report on intrusion into Arunachal Pradesh: Government

MEA said the government is keeping a watch on all the developments that have a bearing on country’s security and territorial integrity.

published on : 19th January 2021
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