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Fully Deployed Army Force At LAC Is New Normal

After the constant tussle between India-China military, the fully deployed Indian and the Chinese army at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) is new normal. On March 18, Army General Manoj Pande said, "China had forwardly deployed 50,000 troops with heavy weaponry since the PLA transgressions in Galwan, Gogra-Hot Springs and Pangong-Tso on May 5, 2020. Similarly, Indian army is also deployed for the same to tackle the situation.

Sat, 18 Mar 2023 - 08:05 PM / by Varsha Joshi

Tags: LAC, India-China, Military Force, Indian Army, Galwan Valley War

Courtesy: Hindustan Times

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's hotline

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Indian Army, China's PLA Set Up Sixth Hotline To Enhance Peace

A hotline was instituted between the Indian Army in Kongara La, North Sikkim, and the People's Liberation Army of China at Khamba Dzong in Tibetan Autonomous Region after the positive outcome from the meeting. The announcement was made on August 1. "The hotline would further the spirit of trust and cordial relations along the borders," the Indian Army said. This marks the sixth hotline between the two countries.

Mon, 02 Aug 2021 - 11:44 AM / by Prateek Chakradhar

Tags: India-China, People's Liberation Army, Indian Army, Sikkim, Tibet

Courtesy: WION

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Govt Holds Import Of China Made Wi-fi Modules; Delays New Launches

The Centre has retained the consent to import Wi-Fi modules from China continuing from November. Reportedly, the development halted the launches of US-based Dell and HP and China's Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo, and Lenovo for months. The Wireless Planning and Coordination wing of Communications Ministry has retained the consent indicating PM Modi's nationalist policies as several applications await WPC's assent. According to a source, the move aims to… read-more

Fri, 07 May 2021 - 08:26 PM / by Vanshika Sharma

Tags: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Electronics, Communications, Imports, India-China

Courtesy: Hindustan Times

Oxygen Concentrators

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Govt Denies Claims On Foreign Aid Relief Materials Stuck In Customs

The Union Health Ministry on May 6 denied the claims on oxygen concentrators received as foreign aid lying in customs warehouses waiting for clearance. Concerning such fake reports, the ministry said 'The news is totally incorrect...the Indian Customs is swiftly clearing all consignments and no such figure of pendency' is reported in allocated locations to battle the COVID-19 surge. Reportedly, India received 3,000 oxygen concentrators from… read-more

Thu, 06 May 2021 - 08:18 PM / by Sohini Mandal

Tags: India-China, Oxygen Concentrators, Union Health Ministry, claims

Courtesy: The Economic Times

Indian and Chinese flags

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China Ready To Help India In COVID Fight; Says World Needs To Unite

China is ready to help India as the country is witnessing an increasing number of COVID-19 cases, said Wang Wenbin, spokesperson of Chinese Foreign Ministry on April 22. Wenbin said China is aware of the severe shortage of medical necessities at this moment and '’..the global community needs to unite as one to fight against epidemics.'’ However, the details of assistance that China is willing to provide are unknown.

Thu, 22 Apr 2021 - 08:25 PM / by Sohini Mandal

Tags: India-China, COVID-19 outbreak, Help, Medical

Courtesy: The Economic Times

Indian and Chinese flag

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US Warship Intrusion: Chinese Media Asks India To Re-Evaluate Ties With US

Days after subduing response from India over US warship trespass in India's Exclusive Economic Zone on April 7, the Chinese media urged India to re-evaluate relations with the US. While Pentagon deemed the US's actions to be valid under freedom of navigation, India expressed distaste and reported the matter through diplomatic channels. However, the US has not yet approved the United Nations Law of the Sea.

Thu, 15 Apr 2021 - 07:05 PM / by Sohini Mandal

Tags: India-China, INDIA-US RELATIONSHIP, US-China, Warships

Courtesy: The Economic Times

India-China Flags

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India, China To Establish Hotline For "Timely" Border Communication

India and China have agreed to establish a hotline, acknowledging the importance of "timely" communication in border crisis situations. The decision was an outcome of the 75-minute telephonic talk between foreign ministers of both the countries on February 25. The proposed hotline will be an add-on to the military hotline between the Indian Army’s Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) and China’s Western Theatre Command. Reportedly,… read-more

Fri, 26 Feb 2021 - 02:45 PM / by Ashly Ann Varghese

Tags: India-China, S Jaishankar, foreign Minister, Wang Yi, DGMO, LAC, Eastern Ladakh

Courtesy: The Hindu

Representational Image of Chinese PLA Soldier

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China Asks India To Transfer PLA Soldier Disappeared At LAC

Chinese authorities on January 9 asked India to "promptly transfer" the soldier belonging to China's People’s Liberation Army who trespassed into Indian territory. Reportedly, a PLA soldier was detained by the Indian Army at the Pangong Tso lake in Eastern Ladakh. However, the Indian side replied that the soldier is being probed… read-more

Sat, 09 Jan 2021 - 08:15 PM / by Nikita Thakur

Tags: India-China, LAC, China, Chinese army

Courtesy: Times Now

Galwan Ke Balwan

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ITBP Plants Saplings To Create 'Galwan Ke Balwan' Garden For Martyrs

The Indo-Tibetan Border Police have started a plantation drive in a garden dedicated to the Galwan martyrs, named ‘Galwan Ke Balwan’. Over 1,000 saplings have been planted by the ITBP in the area few kilometres away from the Galwan Valley site where Indo-China clash happened. The ITBP said that it is planting endemic species which can survive the extreme cold conditions. Earlier, Home Minister Amit Shah initiated the drive for the Central… read-more

Thu, 24 Dec 2020 - 10:15 AM / by Nikita Thakur

Tags: ITBP, Galwan Valley, India-China, Galwan Ke Balwan, Amit Shah

Courtesy: Times Now