To check if China would make a military move, India deploys UAVs

ladakh1New Delhi, May 26: With no signs of tensions de-escalating, India is using UAVs to find out the exact locations, where China may attempt a military move.

There is some military movement taking place in China across the Tibetan plateau to its key base at Nyagari, 100 kilometres south east of Demchok. India has been seeking withdrawal of Chinese troops from points in the Galwan area of sub-sector north of Pangong Tso. At the meetings, the Chinese have refused to scale back troops from the flare up spots.

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Tensions soar at border as China increases number of troops

chinese-army1New Delhi, May 26: The Indian Army has increased its presence in Uttarakhand after reports suggested that the Chinese are indulging in a troop build-up.

The Army has inducted additional troops and also increased surveillance along the Line of Actual Control. There are reports that China may have marshalled around 5,000 soldiers on its side of the border in the Ladakh sector. The enhanced troop build-up took place following a failed meeting that took place on Monday between the two sides.

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China’s border foul play is to divert attention from its internal and international miseries

indo-china-2aNew Delhi, May 25: The fear of an economic collapse and the increasing resentment is what has led to China’s adventurism at the Line of Actual Control.
The pandemic has hit China hard and the country has been facing a severe crisis. There are internal problems, apart from growing pressure from the international community which has accused the country of concealing information relating to the spread of the virus.

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India maintains aggressive posturing against China’s moves at LAC

indo-china-2aNew Delhi, May 25: Chinese military is fast increasing its troops in areas around Pangong Tso lake and Galwan Valley along the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh, sending a clear signal that it was not ready to end its confrontation with the Indian Army anytime soon, people familiar with the situation in the disputed region said.

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As tensions rise, India says change in status quo by China at LAC is not acceptable

ladakh1New Delhi, May 24: The People’s Liberation Army of China has deployed additional troops along the disputed boundary with India.

Even as the military officials of both countries have been in talks, they were unable to diffuse the standoff along the Line of Actual Control (LAC). In response to China’s move, India too sent reinforcements. While there have been no skirmishes between the two nations, the tensions were visibly high.

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China blocking Indian patrols says New Delhi

india-chinaNew Delhi, May 23: China’s People’s Liberation Army is blocking Indian Army patrols on its side of the Line of Actual Control, India has said. The statement comes in the backdrop of two separate incidents that took place at the Sikkim and Ladakh sectors, where Indian and Chinese soldiers came to blows.

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Smuggling of sea cucumbers to China: CBI takes over probe

sea-cucumberNew Delhi, Apr 24: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has taken over the probe which involves the smuggling of sea cucumbers. The case was taken over from the Forest Department of Lakshadweep.

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20 flights with COVID-19 medical equipment from China to reach India this week

testing-covidNew Delhi, Apr 21: The government has placed requests for flights between April 21 and 27 with the Civil Aviation administration of China as planeloads of COVID-19 related medical supplies are expected to reach India over the next one week.

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Cleared by customs, first set of COVID-19 rapid testing kits to arrive today

testing-1aNew Delhi, Apr 16: The first consignment of rapid testing kits for coronavirus is expected to reach India today. The customs in Guangzhou has cleared 3,00,000 testing kits, which are headed to Delhi.

Demand created: Why no country wants to take on China on the coronavirus

unsc-1aNew Delhi, Mar 27: Efforts to initiate a discussion at the United Nations Security Council over the outbreak of the coronavirus were nixed by China.

Along with China, both Russia and South Africa said that there was no need to discuss the issue as there was no direct link between the spread of the virus and threat to peace and security of the world.