Line of Actual Control

India, China agree to maintain security and stability in eastern Ladakh after 18th round of talks

Meanwhile, Chinese Defence Minister Li Shangfu is scheduled to be in India for the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Defence Ministers' meeting next week

published on : 24th April 2023

Nobody can cast evil eye on us or encroach upon our land, says Amit Shah in Arunachal

Villagers living near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) are considered the first line of defence and the Centre is trying to prevent their outmigration, said Shah

published on : 10th April 2023

India's engagement with China 'complex': MEA's annual report

The MEA said both sides have agreed to resolve the issues along the LAC and that discussions have continued with the Chinese side to achieve complete disengagement.

published on : 13th March 2023

Police officer says 26 of 65 patrolling points in eastern Ladakh inaccessible

According to a research paper of a senior police officer of the Union Territory, presence at 26 Patrolling Points (PPs) close to the Line of Actual Control with China in eastern Ladakh has been lost.

published on : 26th January 2023

Situation along Northern border stable but unpredictable: Army Chief Manoj Pande

The situation is stable and under control, but unpredictable. Gen Pande said, adding adequate deployment of troops have been made along the LAC to deal with any challenge.

published on : 12th January 2023

'Don’t construe India’s peace-loving nature as its weakness’: Rajnath in Arunachal

Singh was in the frontier state to inaugurate 28 infrastructure projects worth Rs 724 crore.

published on : 3rd January 2023

Serving in Ukraine, 'Vector and Scorpion' drone to undergo test trial along LAC

The two-in-one unmanned aerial system (UAS) is an intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) drone, providing capabilities to both the military and other security forces.

published on : 7th June 2022

Bridge built by China in Pangong Tso is in area under Chinese illegal occupation since 1960: MEA

External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said India has never accepted such illegal occupation of India's territory.

published on : 20th May 2022

India looks at reviewing its future responses against China at strategic level

Commander-in-Chief of Indian Army's Eastern Command Lt Gen MK Pande said that China has increased its troops levels on its sides in Eastern Sector in the depth areas and they have not yet gone back.

published on : 19th October 2021

India wants solution to border dispute with China through dialogue: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh

He said that the Modi government has made it clear to the forces that any unilateral action on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) should not be ignored.

published on : 30th August 2021

No territory conceded, says MEA as Jaishankar, Wang discuss implementation of 'Moscow pact' on border standoff

MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said there has not been any change in India's position on the LAC and the mutual redeployment as a result of the disengagement process should not be misrepresented.

published on : 25th February 2021

India, China maintaining close communication on next round of military talks: MEA

The countries have been locked in a bitter border standoff in eastern Ladakh for over eight months as multiple rounds of diplomatic and military talks have not yet produced any major breakthrough.

published on : 22nd January 2021

India illegally trespassed LAC, urging them to restrain frontline troops: China on Pangong Tso situation

The Chinese Embassy's statement comes amid the ongoing meeting of brigade commander of the Indian Army with his Chinese counterpart in Chushul/Moldo to discuss the whole issue.

published on : 1st September 2020

Situation along LAC has potential of escalation: Minister of State for Defence Subhash Bhamre

The minister expressed concern that rising instability in India's neighbourhood has increased the 'probability of proliferation of weapons of mass destruction to non-state actors'.

published on : 1st March 2018

How Doklam brought TV to this last village on the LAC

The men and women of Niti, the last Indian village 26 km from the China border, geared up to fight should the anticipated ‘limited hostilities’ break out here instead.

published on : 8th September 2017

Away from the standoff, Indian Army battled the elements to secure LAC

While the nation’s eyes were riveted on the war of eyeballs at Doklam, the Indian Army was battling a whole set of adversities on the Line of Actual Control in Uttarakhand.

published on : 8th September 2017