Endurance would be key as situation along LAC remains tense, but under control

New Delhi, Sep 29: The Indian Army is all geared and does not want to take any chances with China.

Although both sides have decided to continue talking to reduce tensions along the Line of Actual Control, India will still not take any chances and hence has deployed T-90 and T-72 tanks with BMP-2 Infantry Combat Vehicles in the Chumar-Demchok area of East Ladakh at an altitude of 16 to 18 thousand feet, which is also at temperatures up to minus 40 degrees Celsius. 

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Army readies for winter deployment along Indo-China border

New Delhi, Sep 27: Although there are hopes of an early resolution, India is preparing for a long long during the winter along the border with China. 

There are around 50,000 troops on each side which are backed by tanks, air defence systems and artillery. 

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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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What escalated tensions at the Rezang-La-Rechin La ridgeline

New Delhi, Sep 08: The situation remains very tense following a scuffle between the Indian Army and PLA on the Rezang-La-Rechin La ridgeline. The incident took place after China chose to unilaterally change the status quo south of Pangong Tso, a source told OneIndia. 

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To keep China in check, India Army will continue to maintain aggressive posturing

in-chNew Delhi, Sep 02: In the wake of China’s provocative military manoeuvres to change the status quo along the Line of Actual Control, it has been decided that the Indian Army will continue to maintain its aggressive posturing.

Defence Minister, Rajnath Singh who left for Russia today had on Tuesday carried out a comprehensive review of the situation in Eastern Ladakh. Singh headed a high powered meeting of the China Study Group to review the situation.

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Indian Army set to get meaner with acquisition of Ravens and Spike Firefly

spikefireflyNew Delhi, July 13: The unmanned aerial vehicle Raven and Spike Firefly are soon likely to be part of the Indian Army’s inventory. The Army is looking to acquire the Raven from the United States and the Spike Firefly from Israel. This comes in the wake of the Indian Air Force set to get the Refale jets from Paris later this month.

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Army guns down 6 NSCN (IM) terrorists in Arunachal Pradesh

ter-weaponsNew Delhi, July 11: The Indian Army has gunned down 6 terrorists in Arunachal Pradesh.

Based on specific intelligence inputs regarding presence of armed insurgents, two columns were launched by the Assam Rifles in general area Khonsa (approximately 50 Km East of Tinsukia), Tirap district, Arunachal Pradesh.

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Malicious says Indian Army after many question facility visited by PM Modi at Leh

modi-leh5New Delhi, July 04: The Indian Army has clarified regarding the status of the facility that Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited in Leh on Friday. While some users on the social media had pointed out that the facility that the PM visited was not a hospital, the India Army has called these as malicious and unsubstantial accusations.

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Indian Army Chief to give assessment of LAC tensions to political leadership at high level meet

naravaneNew Delhi, June 25: General M M Naravane will brief the top leadership on the situation at the Line of Actual Control amidst the tension with China. The Indian Army Chief returned after a two day trip to east Ladakh theatre. He took stock of the situation and also met with the soldiers who were injured in the Galwan Valley clash on June 15.

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Extraordinary times, extraordinary measures: Indian Army gives soldiers a free hand at LAC

India-ladakh-armyNew Delhi, June 21: Changing the rules of engagement in the aftermath of the violent skirmish at the Galwan Valley, the Indian Army has given freedom of action to its commanders deployed along the Line of Actual Control.

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