Therefore, a holistic strategy is necessary to make India stronger and help it respond more effectively to any such future threat to the country.
China, India to deal with 'serious matter' caused by Galwan conflict in a 'just manner': Chinese official
At least 20 Indian Army personnel were killed in the clashes with Chinese troops in the Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh on Monday night.
Galwan Valley face-off will impact bilateral ties: Jaishankar in phone call with Chinese foreign minister
The telephonic conversation between the two ministers came after 20 Indian Army personnel were killed in the clashes with Chinese troops in the Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh on Monday night.
An Indian Army officer and two soldiers were killed in Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh on Monday night during a violent face-off with the Chinese troops, the Army said.
Russian Deputy Chief of Mission Roman Babushkin said Russia was hopeful of a "positive development" on the border row in eastern Ladakh.
Zhao Lijian told here that China's position on the border issue with India was "consistent and clear" and both countries have implemented important consensus reached between their leaders.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian, during a media briefing here, said that China's position on the border-related issues is clear and consistent.
We need to keep in mind turbulent relations between China and Japan shared in the past and the good bilateral ties that they share today to make a sort of roadmap for Sino-Indian ties.
During today's border talks, first since the 73-day-long military standoff in Doklam, the two sides underlined the need to build on their convergences while seeking mutually acceptable resolutions.
The Union Home Ministry is finalising a proposal for construction of 100 ITBP Priority Roads in the next 10 year to connect over a 100 passes along the Himalayas.
China today accused India of "misleading the public" by saying that Chinese troops are building a road close to the Chicken's Neck in the Sikkim sector which could endanger India's access to its State
Bhutan, however, has no diplomatic ties with China and it is supported militarily and diplomatically by India.