Communication maintained at ground level to avoid any 'misunderstandings and misjudgments': MEA on Sino-India border row
The two countries are in constant communication through diplomatic and military channels in this regard.
Asserting that India has always been in favour of peace, Singh also said the country can never compromise on its dignity and self-respect.
Singh said the power being asserted by China in the Himalayas and the Indo-Pacific could lead to an uncertain future of the region and the world.
The border dispute flared up last month when at least eight people from both sides were injured and several houses and roadside shops torched.
The statement comes amidst a bitter border row which had flared up last month when eight people were injured and several houses and shops torched.
Assam’s Forest Minister Parimal Suklabaidya said Sonowal was personally monitoring the situation and was in talks with the Central government to achieve a permanent solution.
The Mizoram government claimed the deceased was a drug peddler and the Assam government claimed he was abducted by the miscreants from the Assam-Mizoram border.
Praising the mountain force, Reddy said the country and its citizens are proud of the ITBP’s valour and dedication.
There was no breakthrough on the disengagement of troops from the friction points during the seventh round of talks on October 12.
At least eight people were injured and houses and shops torched in a fresh border dispute between Assam and Mizoram.
There is an apprehension of communal clashes as there is an ensuing boundary dispute, SDM in North Tripura district wrote to the Bru leader.
Nepal has introduced new school textbooks depicting a revised map of the country showing areas of Lipulekh, Kalapani and Limipyadhura as its territories.
Meanwhile, the meeting of brigade commander of the Indian Army with his Chinese counterpart is underway in Chushul/Moldo.
Nepalese Foreign Secretary Shanker Das Bairagi and Indian Ambassador to Nepal Vinay Mohan Kwatra are leading the delegations representing their respective countries.
Nepal political turmoil: As PM Oli's future decision deferred, NCP chairman says won't let party split
His remarks came amid speculation that the NCP could split after top party leaders, including 'Prachanda', demanded Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli's resignation on his recent anti-India remarks.