Indo-China tensions began in September 2019

India-ladakh-armyNew Delhi, June 28: The first signs of tensions between India and China were witnessed post the abrogation of Article 370.

It may be recalled that the Indian government had on August 5 2019 abrogated Article 370 and also announced the creation of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh as a separate Union Territory.

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Indo-China make headway at Point 14 amidst tense standoff

Militant attack in SrinagarNew Delhi, June 19: The third round of talks between the military officials of India and China made headway. The deadlock was broken after the violent clashes on Monday left 20 Indian soldiers dead.

The Indian team was led by Major General Abhijit Bapat and the talks with his Chinese counterpart was held at Patrolling Point 14 at the Galwan Valley. Another rounds of talks are scheduled to be held today.

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Indo-China deadlock and the problem at Finger 4

rajnath-singhNew Delhi, June 13: Amidst the standoff between India and China along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), Defence Minister Rajnath Singh held another meeting with the top military brass to discuss the situation.

Singh was briefed by the three Chiefs and the Chief of Defence Staff, General Bipin Rawat about the situation. While the June 6 talks of the Lt. Generals of both sides was fruitful and set the stage for further talks, there are still certain issues that need to be ironed out.

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Indo-China: Tough talk by NSA

  India took a firm stand on a host of issues during the Indo-China talks. National Security Advisor Ajit Doval who was the special representative at the talks stood his ground and made it extremely clear to China that setting up of Naval bases in the Indian Ocean is not in the interest of the entire region. There has been a lot of emphasis on the Indo-China talks. Ajit Doval the National Security Advisor who is the special representative for the boundary talks with China says he is happy with the outcome of the talks.

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