New Delhi, July 09: The disengagement between India and China has been completed at Patrolling Point 17, Hot Springs.
The disengagement is complete at PP-14, PP-15 and PP-17, sources have confirmed to OneIndia. On the northern banks of Pangong Tso, the source said that there has been more thinning of the PLA troops at Finger 4. The Indian troops are restricted up to here at the moment. On the northern banks of the lake, the Indian troops used to patrol up to Finger 8, which is 8 kilometres east of Finger 4.
New Delhi, July 02: Both India and China have agreed to restart the pullback at Galwan Valley and Hot Springs. It may be recalled that both sides had agreed on the pullback on June 2, but the process got derailed due to the violent brawl that took place on June 15.
While both sides are in agreement, there has however been no disengagement on the ground, sources tell OneIndia. Both sides during the talks held on Tuesday emphasised that there was a need to pullback. The modalities are being worked out, the source cited above said.
New Delhi, June 30: Four top leaders of Nepal’s Communist Party including Prachanda have sought proof from Prime Minister, K P Oli about his allegation that India was trying to topple his government. Pushpa Kamal Dahal or Prachanda said that it is not India, but he himself who is seeking Oli’s resignation.
New Delhi, June 30: The top military officials of India and China will meet today for the third time in Ladakh’s Leh district to diffuse tensions along the Line of Actual Control. This is the third meeting of the military commanders. The first meeting was held on June 6, while the second was on June 22.
New Delhi, June 29: Even as tensions continue to simmer with China, India conducted a joint drill with the Japanese in the Indian Ocean. INS Rana and INS Kulish, the two warships of the Indian Navy conducted an exercise with JS Kashmir and JS Shimayuki of the Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force in the Indian Ocean.
New Delhi, June 26: India on Thursday made a strong statement conveying that all steps that had been taken to better the bilateral relations with China in the past three decades would be lost if the People’s Liberation Army does not disengage and de-escalate tensions along the Line of Actual Control.
New Delhi, June 26: The situation at the Depsang Plains region is what is being watched the most closely by India. The assessment suggests that the disengagement at the Depsang Plains is what is going to take the longest and the situation is extremely tense.