Line of Actual Control

India-China trade grows to record USD 125 billion in 2021 despite Ladakh tensions

The total trade between China and India in 2021 stood at USD 125.66 billion, up 43.3 per cent from 2020, state-run Global Times reported, quoting data from the General Administration of Customs.

published on : 14th January 2022

To stay at LAC for as long as required: General Naravane on India-China border standoff

The 14th round of talks between the Indian and Chinese Corps Commanders was underway as the Chief was briefing the media.

published on : 13th January 2022

India, China hold 14th round of military talks to resolve Ladakh standoff

The 14th round of Corps Commander-level talks are taking place at the Chushul-Moldo border point on the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh.

published on : 12th January 2022

China says current situation on Sino-India border 'stable'; confirms commander-level talks on January 12

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said China hopes that India will help the situation move from an emergency mode to a regular daily based management phase.

published on : 11th January 2022

India, China yet to finalise date for next round of Corps Commander-level talks

The Indian side sent at least two proposals to the Chinese People's Liberation Army for the 14th round of the military talks, but the latter is yet to respond to the communications.

published on : 7th January 2022

Rahul Gandhi questions PM Modi's silence over reports of China constructing bridge in Pangong Tso

He cited a news report claiming that the Chinese have been constructing a bridge on Pangong Tso Lake for over two months which is extremely close to the LAC.

published on : 4th January 2022

China maintaining around 60,000 troops opposite Ladakh, Indian preparedness also at high level

Sources said that the Indian Army is keeping all the mountain passes open to rush in troops if they are required at any of the friction points there.

published on : 3rd January 2022

Sela Pass: Decoding China's shadow chess with India amid border standoff

The pass was last Friday 'renamed' as Se La (not very different from the Indian map spelling) by the Chinese Ministry of Civil Affairs in accordance with a new law.

published on : 3rd January 2022

India aimed to reshape regional power balance in 2021 amid border row with China

India shifted gears in rejuvenating strategic ties with its major partners like the US and Russia and focused on drumming up global support for its distinct strategy in the Indo-Pacific.

published on : 31st December 2021

China announces more 'standardised' official Chinese names for 15 more places in Arunachal Pradesh 

China's Ministry of Civil Affairs announced on Wednesday that it had standardised in Chinese characters, Tibetan and Roman alphabet the names of 15 places in Zangnan, the Chinese name for Arunachal.

published on : 30th December 2021

Amid border standoff with China, 27 projects inaugurated to boost LAC connectivity

The e-inaugurated projects include India’s first indigenous Class-70 140-foot double-lane modular bridge, built at an altitude of 11,000 feet at Flag Hill Dokala, Sikkim.

published on : 29th December 2021

India, China effectively managed, controlled eastern Ladakh frictions: Wang Yi

Wang's remark comes in the midst of the lingering border row between the two countries in eastern Ladakh.

published on : 20th December 2021

Bumla pass: India-China face-off in the high and chilly Himalayas

Situated at a height of 15,200 feet above sea level, the pass sits on the top of a craggily formed Himalayan range that separates the Tibetan plateau from the Indian sub-continent.

published on : 18th December 2021

China's aggressive intent visible in rapid enhancement of operational infrastructure: IAF chief

The Chief of Air Staff also said that China's 'hegemonic and sometimes entrapping policies' can provide opportunities for India to leverage areas of both trade and defence in the Indo-Pacific region.

published on : 8th December 2021

59 years after 1962 battle: Tension at border with China but Tawang flourishing

The giveaway is the fleeting presence of convoys of troops being sent to guard the icy Himalayan heights at the border with China, India's northern neighbour which attacked Tawang in 1962.

published on : 7th December 2021
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