New Delhi, Nov 03: The next round of talks between India and China will be crucial and New Delhi hopes for partial disengagement at some friction points along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh.
It would be important to thin down the troops as a first step towards disengagement, officials familiar with the developments told OneIndia. There have been seven rounds of military commander level talks since June. However there has been no disengagement.
New Delhi, Oct 19: Even as the armies of India and China prepare for winter deployment along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), the military commanders of both sides will hold talks next week on disengagement.
Sources tell OneIndia that the issue is being dealt with an immense amount of patience.
New Delhi, Oct 12: There is a possibility of a senior foreign ministry official being part of the delegation while the 7th military commander India-China talks are held later today.
The meeting will take place on the indian side of the Chushul-Moldo Border Personnel Meeting Point. The talks to be held today will the first in which both sides will have senior military commanders and representatives of the foreign ministries. During the last round of talks, the Indian side included a diplomat. This time the Chinese delegation too would include a foreign ministry official. Sources tell OneIndia that the Army will have another senior official representing the headquarters.
New Delhi, Sep 22: India has once again reiterated to China and said that it expects complete disengagement from the friction points.
During the military commander level talks held on Monday, India told China to disengage from Pangong Tso, Chushul and Gogra Hot Springs. Further India also sought for the finalisation of a roadmap for Des-escalation along the entire frontier in Eastern Ladakh.
New Delhi, Sep 12: The China Study Group headed by National Security Advisor will hold a meeting today and would work on the agenda for the military commander level talks likely to be held next week, sources tell OneIndia.