New Delhi, Dec 18: It took a lot of grit and determination to wade away the Chinese threat at Dolkam. It was the timely action of India’s security forces that checked the People’s Liberation Army from continuing with their road construction activity in South Doklam.
New Delhi, Sep 25: The election results in Maldives came as a major relief to India, with the incumbent president, Abdulla Yameen losing to a unified opposition candidate, Ibrahim Solih.
New 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.
Beijing June 29: Chinese military stationed in Tibet has carried out a drill to test their logistics, armament support capabilities and military-civilian integration in the remote Himalayan region, official media reported here on Friday.
New Delhi: There has been a political slugfest over the Doklam issue. The Congress has accused the government of lying on the issue and says that there is a massive build up by the Chinese troops at Doklam.
For the past month and a half, the word on everyone’s mouth was Gujarat. It appeared as though there was nothing else happening in the world. There were a couple of very crucial events that all of us missed out or ignored thanks to the heat of the Gujarat elections. Read more
For the past month and a half, the word on everyone’s mouth was Gujarat. It appeared as though there was nothing else happening in the world. There were a couple of very crucial events that all of us missed out or ignored thanks to the heat of the Gujarat elections.
Any mischief by the Chinese will be dealt with firmly, the Indian Army has said on the Doklam issue. The statement was made by the General Officer, Commanding-in-Chief of the Eastern Command Lt. Gen. Abahy Kumar.
A month after India and China ended the tense Doklam standoff, the latter continues to maintain a sizeable presence of its troops near the site. India has reason to be concerned since China has been gradually increasing its troop level at Doklam. They said an existing road is also being strengthened in the Doklam plateau, adding the road is at a distance of around 12 kms from the earlier face-off site.
A month after the Doklam standoff was resolved, China defended its presence in the area. The Chinese say that its soldiers are patrolling the region, also claimed by Bhutan, to exercise Beijing’s sovereignty.
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh assured that the confrontation with China amidst the Doklam standoff would end soon. However the Chinese continued to sing an aggressive tune and said it was India which is to be blamed for the tension.