New Delhi, July 04: The Indian Army is making one of its largest deployment amidst the stand off with China. This is in response to the huge build up by the Chinese along the Line of Actual Control.
New Delhi, July 03: Sending out a strong message to China, Prime Minister, Narendra Modi paid a surprise visit to Leh and interacted with the soldiers.
PM Modi is presently at “one of the forward locations in Nimu”, his office said in a statement.
New Delhi, July 03: The decision to visit Leh amidst the border stand off with China was taken during a meeting held last evening with National Security Advisor (NSA), Ajit Doval.
The NSA was overseeing the last minute details of the visit by the Prime Minister and the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), General Bipin Rawat.
New Delhi, July 03: There has been some amount of cooling off along the Line of Actual Control, where the Indian and Chinese armies are locked in stand off. There has been slight reduction of troops at the four friction zones. However there has been no let up in the mobilisation of forces by both countries.
New Delhi, July 01: More military and diplomatic level talks between India and China are expected in the days to come.
The military commanders of both sides had met for the third time on June 30 and the meeting went on late into the night. Sources tell OneIndia that both sides will find ways to arrive at a mutually agreeable solution to ensure peace along the Line of Actual Control.
New Delhi, July 01: The third senior military commander level talks that went on until late on Tuesday night at Chushul were held in a cordial atmosphere. Both sides discussed specifics of disengagement and de-escalation along the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
New Delhi, June 30: Amidst the tensions with China, India has been ramping up its resources along the Line of Actual Control amidst the tense stand off with China.
Sources familiar with the developments tell OneIndia that both sides are on a heightened state of readiness and there are currently no signs of the tensions easing.
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: The sorties continue unabated with no signs of de-escalation at the Line of Actual Control.
The Indian Air Force’s capability has been ramped up immensely, with the induction of the C-17 Globemaster Super Hercules and the CH-47 Chinook. The Indian Army’s strike formations are now spearheaded by the T-90 tanks.
New Delhi, June 28: India has deployed its air defence weapon systems in the sensitive areas where tensions with China have risen sharply following the June 15 Galwan Valley clash.