India-China joint statement reflects stated commitment to disengage

New Delhi, Sep 25: The first joint statement issued after the 7th round of military commander level talks reflects the stated commitment of both sides to disengage along the Line of Actual Control.

The spokesperson in the Ministry of External Affairs, Anurag Srivastava said that the meeting took place after a gap of nearly 50 days, but resulted in a joint statement.

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Stalemate continues as India-China talk hard to avoid kinetic operations

New Delhi, Sep 22: The India-China military commander level talks began at 9.30 am on Monday and lasted until 10.30 pm.

Both sides talked hard and to avoid kinetic operations and look for a solution. However, both India and China remain deployed at the Line of Actual Control (LAC). While both sides adopted a hard line in negotiations, there has been no breakthrough after the marathon meeting.

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After being foxed by Indian troops on Aug 29, Chinese PLA now resorts to psy-ops

New Delhi, Sep 16: With tensions refusing to die down along the Line of Actual Control, the People’s Liberation Army is now resorting to psy-ops against the Indian Army.

On one hand, the PLA is doing all it can to bring down the morale of the Indian Army and on the other hand, mouthpieces of the Communist Party of China have gone on an overdrive mode on the social media against the Indian government.

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Sixth round of Indo-China Brigade Commander level talks remain inconclusive

New Delhi, Sep 07: The sixth round to the Brigade Commander level talks between India and China ended inconclusively. The talks held at Chushul on Sunday, ended within four hours. There is no word as yet on the next round of talks.

Meanwhile, New Delhi will watch for the next steps taken by Beijing amidst the tense standoff. While Beijing says that the responsibility is entirely with Delhi, India maintains that China has violated all pacts and this has led to the face-off along the Line of Actual Control.

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Wait and watch, all eyes on Jaishankar, Wang Yi meeting

New Delhi, Sep 06: New Delhi will watch for the next steps taken by Beijing amidst the tense standoff. While Beijing says that the responsibility is entirely with Delhi, India maintains that China has violated all pacts and this has led to the face-off along the Line of Actual Control. 

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Status quo ante says India, not an inch of land should be lost says China

New Delhi, Sep 05: While India made it clear that it wants complete disengagement along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), China has said that it is not ready to ready to lose even an inch of land. 

Singh made it clear to General Wei Fenghe said that the responsibility of the ongoing tension lies entirely with India. 

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Even as China escalates tensions, Indian Army rescues 8 Chinese nationals

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New Delhi, Sep 05: The Indian Army has rescued Chinese citizens in North Sikkim. The Indian Army has extended a helping hand to three Chinese citizens who lost their way in the plateau are of North Sikkim. 

Realising the danger to the lives of the Chinese citizens, which included two men and one woman in sub zero temperatures, the soldiers of the Indian Army immediately reached out and provided medical assistance including oxygen, food and warm clothes to protect them from the vagaries of the extreme altitude and harsh climatic conditions. 

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Fifth round of Brigadier Commander level talks between India-China underway

indo-chin-flagNew Delhi, Sep 04: The fifth round of Brigade Commander level Flag talks between India and China is underway.

The talks commenced at 10 am and the two sides would find ways to de-escalate the situation along the Line of Actual Control. The fourth round of talks that were held on Thursday remained inconclusive.

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As China moves more troops near Chushul Army, IAF chiefs visit forward areas

chushulNew Delhi, Sep 04: Amidst the escalating tensions with China, the Army and Indian Air Force chiefs visited the forward areas. This comes in the wake of China moving additional forces opposite to the Chushul sector in easter Ladakh.

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Changed posture, dominance at Demchok, Chumar, how India is countering the Chinese

ladakh-snow-meltingNew Delhi, Sep 03: Following the meeting of the high powered committee, it was firmly decided that India will continue to match the enhancement of troops by the Chinese PLA.

India’s top priority is to secure the border and this is a complete shift from the border management policy.

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