To get China to budge, India brings in its best 3

ladakh1New Delhi, May 27: India has made it clear that there would be no backdown amidst the escalating tensions with the Chinese at the Line of Actual Control. The Chinese had created similar problems during the Doklam issue and it was finally up to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s crack team to sort out the issue.

With talks failing, it would now be up to National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and Chief of Defence Staff, General Bipin Rawat to take things forward and diffuse tensions.

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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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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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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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Refrain from unjustified cartographic assertion, India tells Nepal

indo-nepalNew Delhi, May 21: A day after Nepal made public its new map, claiming territory under India’s control, the government has hit back saying that the revised official map was a unilateral act and not based on facts.

Anurag Srivastava, spokesperson Ministry of External Affairs said that what Nepal did was contrary to the bilateral understanding to resolve outstanding boundary issues through diplomatic dialogue. Such artificial enlargement of territorial claims will not be accepted by India, he also said.

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India joins 62 nations to seek probe into outbreak of coronavirus

corona88New Delhi, May 18: India has joined 62 other nations in backing a EU motion at the World Health Assembly for an independent inquiry into the outbreak of the coronavirus. The meeting will take place today.

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India better placed in fight against COVID 19: Here is why

covid-testingNew Delhi, Apr 16: India has conducted 2,17,554 COVID-19 related tests when compared to the 1,39,878 conducted in the United States of America. The United Kingdom has conducted 1,13,777 tests while in the case of Canada it is 2,95,065.

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Pak back at UNSC over Kashmir, India to respond to rant at appropriate time

Shah Mahmood QureshiNew Delhi, Apr 13: India will respond at the appropriate time over Pakistan’s latest rant on the Kashmir issue.

Pakistan went back to the United Nations Security Council over the Jammu and Kashmir issue and this time it has questioned the new set of domicile rules that were issued by the Union Home Ministry last month.

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Delhi riots: Agencies zero in on spread of toxic propaganda by NGOs from Pak, Malaysia, India

delhi-violence-newNew Delhi, Mar 18: The role of more Islamic nations apart from Pakistan have come under the scanner of the agencies, who are probing the Delhi riots. While the role of Pakistan was text book, the agencies now have under their scanner NGOs from Malaysia.

An Intelligence Bureau official tells OneIndia that the NGOs from Malaysia and Pakistan worked closely with those with India to spread a toxic propaganda. Money was pumped in and social media handles were activated for this toxic spread. The main intention was to incite the Indian Muslims to indulge in violence the officer cited above also informed.