India-China working on mechanism to hold crucial military level talks

New Delhi, Jan 01: China and India are in consultations to hold the ninth round of military level talks, Chinese Defence Ministry spokesman Sr. Colonel Tan Kefei said. Tan said that the two sides have maintained consultations on disengagement of frontline troops and also strengthened the management of the border troops.

China is willing to maintain communication with India through military and diplomatic channels he also said. He also added that the border area is generally stable.

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PLA commander who engineered standoff with India in Ladakh replaced

New Delhi, Dec 21: General Zhao Zongqi, seen as the man responsible for the military standoff with India in eastern Ladakh has been moved out from the People’s Liberation Army’s powerful Western Theatre Command. He has been replaced by General Zhang Xudong, who has never served along the Indian border.

This development has sparked hope in India and it is been seen as a development that is not anti-India. General Zhao was the one who had also engineered the 2017 Doklam conflict with India. He has been a hardliner against both India and Bhutan.

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As India-China stalemate continues, MARCOS go to Pangong Tso

New Delhi, Nov 29: The Marine Commandos have been deployed the Pangong Tso lake area amidst the standoff with China.

The deployment adds to India’s strength at the conflict zone, where the Indian Air Force’s Garud and Army’s Para Special Forces have been deployed since day one. The idea behind the deployment of the MARCOS is to enhance the integrations of the three services and also provide the naval commanders exposure to extreme cold weather conditions.

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Crucial Indo-China WMCC meeting underway

New Delhi, Sep 30: The meeting of the Working Mechanism for Consultation and Coordination on India-China Border Affairs (WMCC) is underway.

Officials of both sides were in touch with each other to get this meeting underway. This is the 19th meeting the WMCC. 

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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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Military commanders of India-China to meet soon, discuss complete disengagement 

New Delhi, Sep 11: The foreign ministers of India and China underlined the importance of disengagement at the Line of Actual Control as the first step towards deescalation of tensions. 

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Reduced air activity, troops disengaged, India-China move at brisk pace for long lasting peace

indo-china-2aNew Delhi, June 11: The situation along the Line of Control has calmed down considerably, with both India and China engaging in dialogue. The cool down began following the Lt. General level talks that were held on Saturday.

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Arunachal: No differences of perception on alignment between India-China

pla.jpContrary to reports there is no standoff between the Indian and Chinese troops at Arunachal Pradesh. On December 28 some locals informed the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) about some Chinese undertaking track alignment activity around 1 kilometre inside the Line of Actual Control.

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India-China skip traditional meet post Doklam standoff

indochinaDespite resolving the Doklam standoff, the Armies of India and China did not hold the traditional border personnel meeting at the five designated places along the 4,057 km long Line of Actual Control.

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After stone pelting in Ladakh, India-China to hold flag meet

ladakh1India and China are likely to hold a flag meeting to discuss the border skirmishes after yesterday’s clashes at Ladakh in which the soldiers from both sides pelted stones at each other.

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