Miram Taron

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Was Tied To Chair & Given Electric Shocks By Chinese Army: Kidnapped Arunachal Boy

Miram Taron (17) was abducted and assaulted by the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA). He was released by the PLA on January 27, nine days after he was reported missing. Taron said, “they tied up my hands and took me deep into the jungle. On the first day, they tortured me; gave me electric shocks,” in an interview. Notably, Taron went missing on January 18 from the India-China border.

Wed, 02 Feb 2022 - 02:24 PM / by Shaloo Priya

Tags: World news, Arunachal Pradesh, Miram Taron, Assault, People's Liberation Army

Courtesy: India Today

Indian Army in Manipur

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Indian Army Colonel, Wife, Son & 4 Others Killed In Terrorist Ambush

Colonel Viplav Tripathy, his wife, son, and four other soldiers were reported to be killed in an ambush set by terrorists in Manipur. As per reports, Colonel was returning from the forward camp, accompanied by his family, when the convoy was ambushed. It is believed that the attack might be carried out by the Manipur-based terrorist group People's Liberation Army (PLA), sources

Sat, 13 Nov 2021 - 04:18 PM / by SAM RAHUL RAJASHEKHAR

Tags: Indian Army, Terrorist attack, ambush, People's Liberation Army, Manipur

Courtesy: ANI

ITBP Soldiers

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Gallantry Medals Awarded To 20 ITBP Personnel For Bravery

The Indian government has awarded gallantry medals to 20 India-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) personnel for bravery who fought China's People's Liberation Army (PLA). Indians and Chinese troops reached a standoff in Eastern Ladakh's Galwan Valley in 2020. "This is the highest number of gallantry medals awarded for the bravery of its men in border face-offs, skirmishes, and border guarding duties", ITBP spokesperson Vivek Kumar Pandey said.

Sun, 15 Aug 2021 - 02:33 PM / by Prateek Chakradhar

Tags: gallantry awards, ITBP, Galwan clash, People's Liberation Army

Courtesy: The Print

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


Photo: The Economic Times

India Deploys 50,000 Additional Troops To China Border

India deployed 50,000 additional troops to the India-China border amidst tension. Reportedly China had also moved troops from Tibet to the Xinjiang military command, although the number is unknown. At present India has 200,000 troops deployed in the border areas which is a 40% increase from last year. Besides, the Indian Navy has placed more warships along vital shipping lanes for prolonged durations.

Mon, 28 Jun 2021 - 07:25 PM / by Sohini Mandal

Tags: Indian Troops, INDIA CHINA border(1346), Xinjiang, People's Liberation Army

Courtesy: Zee News

Galwan Valley, Eastern Ladakh

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China Admits Death Of Its Five Military Personnel In Galwan Valley Clash

After an eight-month-long mum, China on February 19 acknowledged for the first time that it had also lost its five military personnel in Galwan Valley clash. Reportedly, China's Central Military Commission has posthumously honoured the soldiers who died in the deadliest India-China clash in over four decades. Moreover, one among the killed was the regimental commander of the People's Liberation Army. The acknowledgement has come amid the… read-more

Fri, 19 Feb 2021 - 03:15 PM / by Ashly Ann Varghese

Tags: People's Liberation Army, Galwan Valley, Indo-China, disengagement, pangong lake

Courtesy: The Indian Express


Photo: New Indian Express

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

New base for Indian Army in Eastern Ladakh

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Indian Army Upgrades Habitat Facilities For Troops In Eastern Ladakh

Indian Army has upgraded the living habitats for its troops in Eastern Ladakh as a precautionary measure amid the ongoing tensions with China. The accommodation includes beds, cupboards, electrical heating equipment and other facilities to tackle extreme-low temperatures. According to a statement by the Army, all the frontline troops have been accommodated in heated tents. Moreover, the troops are equipped with adequate infrastructure in case… read-more

Wed, 18 Nov 2020 - 04:54 PM / by Harsh Vardhan

Tags: Indian Army, People's Liberation Army, Ladakh

Courtesy: One India

Indo-china army

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Arunachal Pradesh: Chinese Army Returns Five Missing Youths to India

The Indian Army has confirmed that five youths from Arunachal Pradesh, who had gone missing, were returned to Indian side. They were handed over by Chinese army to Indian authorities on September 12. The process took place at Kibitu and the youths are now quarantined. The five people were missing since September 3 and the issue came to the light after Tapir Gao, MP from Arunachal Pradesh, tweeted about this.

Sat, 12 Sep 2020 - 02:07 PM / by Sneha Ramesh

Tags: India, China, People's Liberation Army, Arunachal Pradesh

Courtesy: The Indian Express


DNA India

Five Missing Indian Nationals Found in Chinese Territory; Confirms BJP Minister

The BJP Minister Kiren Rijiju, over a tweet confirmed that the five youngsters who had gone missing since September 3, from Arunachal Pradesh have been found in the Chinese territory. "People's Liberation Army had responded to the Indian army and the procedures for handover of the missing have been initiated," he added. The incident was highlighted only after an MP from East Arunachal constituency Tapir Gao, tweeted.


Tue, 08 Sep 2020 - 06:26 PM / by Sneha Ramesh

Tags: India, China, Arunachal Pradesh, People's Liberation Army

Courtesy: The Indian Express