Rajnath Singh in Hawaii

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Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh Warns China; Says, 'Will Not Spare Anyone'

Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, during his recent address in San Francisco, sent out a fresh warning to China. Singh made it clear that India would "not spare anyone" if India is harmed. He also lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and said that India is destined to become one of the top three economies in the globe. He also added that India does not believe in "zero-sum game" diplomacy.

Sat, 16 Apr 2022 - 12:59 PM / by Varun Das

Tags: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, India-China, India-China face off, India-China Standoff, India-China Border

Courtesy: NDTV

India-China Armies

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India-China Border Issue: Troops To Disengage From Key Post In Ladakh

India and China have finally agreed to disengage their troops from key areas after a six-month deadlock. The move comes after the 12th round of Corps Commander level talks that took place on July 31. Although China has agreed to disengage, various friction areas remain in the region. As per sources, China has agreed to disengage from PP17A or Gogra Post, but is "not inclined" to abandon Hot Springs area.

Tue, 03 Aug 2021 - 11:55 AM / by Prateek Chakradhar

Tags: India-China face off, Border Dispute, Ladakh Dispute, hot spring, gogra post

Courtesy: The Indian Express

India-China Conflict

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India-China Standoff: China De-escalates 10,000 Troops From Ladakh

After nine months of Sino-India border stand-off, China has pulled nearly 10,000 soldiers back from the Ladakh region, albeit keeping the frontline military deployment at the border unchanged. Reportedly, while the pullback happened in over a week citing extreme weather conditions, the defence experts have opined that chances of re-deployment cannot be ignored. Meanwhile, both the countries are yet to chalk out a fresh date for the ninth… read-more

Tue, 12 Jan 2021 - 11:26 AM / by Bhavyata Kagrana

Tags: India-China face off, Ladakh, Chinese Military, Indian Army

Courtesy: Hindustan Times


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India-China Talks To Resume After New PLA Commander Completes Formalities

As China has appointed a new commander for PLA Western Theatre, the ninth round of military talks between China and India may remain halted for some more time. Reason being, the newly-appointed commander, Gen Zhang Xudong, will first complete his military familiarisation at the border. An Indian official said both the countries are likely to propose a written agreement at the next meeting to end the ongoing border tensions. 

Tue, 29 Dec 2020 - 12:15 PM / by Bhavyata Kagrana

Tags: India-China face off, People's Liberation Army, Ladakh, India-China Standoff, Zhang Xudong

Courtesy: Hindustan Times

Indian Army jawans in Demchok sector

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Missing PLA Soldier Crossed Border To Help Local Herdsman: China

China’s People’s Liberation Army asserted that its soldier, who was missing since October 18, had crossed the LAC to help local herdsmen. The PLA officials said they were in contact with India and hoped for his safe return as per the consensus derived in 7th Commander-level talk amid border standoff. The Indian Army confirmed they identified soldier as Corporal Wang Ya Long, and received a request from PLA regarding him.

Tue, 20 Oct 2020 - 12:07 PM / by Nitesh Kumar Singh

Tags: India-China face off, LAC, INDIA CHINA BORDER ISSUE, Wang Ya Long, PLA, Indian Army, Demchok sector

Courtesy: The Hindu


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PUBG In Talks With Airtel To Make A Comeback In India

Going by an Entrackr's report, PUBG Corporation is seeking a partnership with Airtel to relaunch the game in India. The report also states that PUBG is planning to raise a "lean team in India". However, neither companies have officially commented on this yet. PUBG was in talks with Reliance Jio as well but to no avail. Earlier, the Indian government has banned PUBG in the country citing security concerns.

Thu, 08 Oct 2020 - 07:24 PM / by Sakshi Amrutkar

Tags: Pubg Mobile, Airtel, Gaming, India-China face off

Courtesy: Hindustan Times

IAF Chief speaking in conference

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Amid Tensions With China, IAF Chief Says Air Force Ready For Air Strikes

The Indian Air Force (IAF) Chief, RKS Bhadauria, said the force is prepared to conduct airstrikes, if the situation necessitates. The IAF leader, made the statement while speaking about the India-China border issues and said that the induction of Rafale had given India an edge over the rivals. He added that in case of conflict, China would never gain superiority. Reportedly, the Indian Air Force has made deployments in all the important areas… read-more

Mon, 05 Oct 2020 - 04:32 PM / by Bhavyata Kagrana

Tags: IAF, Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria, India-China face off

Courtesy: India Today

Ladakh: Indian Army Prepares For Winter With multi layered clothing, best in class tentages

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Ladakh: Indian Army Prepares for Winter with Multi Layered Clothing

The Indian Army in Ladakh is prepared with multi-layered clothing and the best in class tentages for lower temperature regions. Amidst China tensions, the army personnels are provided with all accommodations needed to stay safe and in position during winter. The Army officials are provided with three layers of clothing that includes trousers, dark-coloured, green colour jacket, and specialized shoes, which will also help in hiding from the… read-more

Wed, 16 Sep 2020 - 03:50 PM / by Bhavyata Kagrana

Tags: Indian Army, Ladakh, India-China face off, Winter

Courtesy: The Economic Times

PLA releases video

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India-China Face Off: China Releases Video Exhibiting its Military in Action

A 100-second film has been released by the People's Liberation Army (PLA), which exhibits the Chinese army in "power-pack action." The intention behind the video was to create the sense of fear following the India-China standoff. The film shows intimidating Chinese troops in the Tibet region. A lot of effort has been put into producing videos of this kind, and reports suggest that the scenes included an actual team encounter drill.

Mon, 14 Sep 2020 - 07:43 PM / by Bhavyata Kagrana

Tags: India-China face off, Ladakh, Chinese Military, Tibet

Courtesy: India Today

Ladakh's Bakharwal breed dog

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Indian Army Training Ladakhi and Local Breed Dogs for Operational Roles

The Indian Army is training Ladakh’s native Bakharwal, Tibetan Mastiff, and local-breed dogs to help guard the high-altitude Ladakh borders. Sniffer dogs in the Ladakh region help in detecting mines and assist during avalanche rescue operations, The Print reported. Currently, Labradors and German Shepherds are used as they have thick fur to survive. Earlier, PM Modi in Mann ki Baat had also requested people to adopt Indian breeds as… read-more

Tue, 08 Sep 2020 - 01:08 PM / by Nitesh Kumar Singh

Tags: Indian Army, Narendra Modi, Mann Ki Baat, Eastern Ladakh, India-China face off

Courtesy: The Print