India responded firmly, in a non-escalatory manner against Chinese aggression along LAC

New Delhi, Jan 05: In its year end review of major developments, the Defence Ministry said that the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) escalated the situation in the sensitive Ladakh theatre by using unorthodox weapons and also amassed a large number of troops along the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

The review published on January 1 said that the Indian Army assisted by the Indian Air Force mobilised troops, accretionary forces, artillery guns, tanks and ammunition at a swift pace to deal with the emerging situation. 

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India ups tunnel defence to prevent any Chinese aggression

New Delhi, Nov 23: To prevent any further transgression by the Chinese PLA, the Indian Army has deployed tunnel defences.

The Indian Army has deployed large diameter Hume reinforced concrete pipes in the tunnels to shelter the troops from an enemy attack. This move by the Indian Army can also surprise the adversary in case the situation worsens along the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

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At Indo-US 2+2 meet, BECA, Chinese aggression on the discussion table

New Delhi, Oct 21: The third 2+2 meeting between the India and United States would be a crucial one as the two sides will discuss a host of issues of strategic importance US state secretary Mike Pompeo and defence chief, Mike Esper will travel to New Delhi for a day long in person meetings with their Indian counterparts S Jaishankar and Rajnath Singh.

During the meeting, India would cover increased share of intelligence. The two sides are likely t work out an agreement that would allow the institutionalised relationship between the Defence Intelligence Agencies of both sides. 

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T-90s deployed at Daulat Beg Oldi to prevent any Chinese aggression

t-90New Delhi, July 27: The Indian Army has deployed a squadron of T-90 missile firing tanks, armoured personnel carriers and a full troop brigade at Daulat Beg Oldi in a bid to prevent any Chinese aggression.

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