Revealed: This is what the Chinese are doing at Doklam

Chinese_ArmyNew Delhi, July 27: Doklam is back in the news and a top official in the US said that neither Bhutan nor India have sought to dissuade China. The official claimed that China had resumed construction activity in the disputed Doklam area.

Read more 

Advertisements

NSA, Army Chief’s secret mission to Bhutan

Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, foreign secretary Vijay Gokhale and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval quietly travelled to Bhutan earlier this month where they held extensive talks with the Bhutanese leadership on key strategic issues including the situation in Doklam and the Chinese building defence infrastructure around the plateau, authoritative government sources said.

Read more

Guess what Modi gave the young Prince of Bhutan

princebhutanAll eyes were on Prince Jigme Namgyel Wangchuck when the Royal family of Bhutan visited India. The Royal couple called on Prime Minister, Narendra Modi and he had a gift for the young prince.

Read more 

Don’t lie on Doklam, it belongs to us, Bhutan tells China

indchin2China’s claim that Doklam belongs to them is wrong and we never acknowledged it said Bhutan. China had said that Bhutan had agreed that Doklam belongs to the Chinese. This has however been rubbished by Bhutan.

Read more

Bhutan acknowledged Doklam is not its territory says China

chin-indChina has made another unsubstantiated claim. This time a Chinese official has said that Bhutan has acknowledged that the Doklam area where the Indian and Chinese troops are engaged in a standoff does not belong to it.

Read more

What is the difference Doklam, Doka La, Donglang

indchin2There have been many questions posed by readers about the difference between Doka La, Doklam and Donglang. To put it simply. Doka La is the Indian name for the region which Bhutan recognises as Doklam, while China claims it as part of its Donglang region.

Read more

Doklam: To appease China, India will not let down Bhutan

indochina2China has said that a resolution to the Doklam standoff would be issued once Indian forces withdraw. This is however an option that India is not willing to take. India cannot be seen to abandon its allies and a withdrawal would mean stabbing Bhutan in the back.

Read more

650 new combat posts for better intelligence gathering at border approved

borderThe centre has given its nod for setting up 650 combat posts for better intelligence gathering. This would add strength to the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB), the force guarding India’s borders with Nepal and Bhutan.

Read more

Indian Army’s next salvo: Operation All out at Bhutan

bhutanFlushing out militants from Bhutan is the next priority for the Indian army which recently carried out an operation along the Indo-Myanmar border.

The Indo-Bhutan border has become home for the dangerous National Democratic Front of Bodoland (Songbijit) or the NDFB(S).

Read more