New Delhi, Oct 01: With China not indicating its plan to withdraw from the contentious Pangong Tso and Depsang areas, there was no breaking through during the meeting of the Working Mechanism for Consultation and Coordination on India-China Border Affairs (WMCC).
Sources, however described to OneIndia that the talks were useful. Both sides also agreed to hold the 7th round of military commander level talks. This would help in working towards early disengagement of troops along of the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
New Delhi, Sep 10: The Indian Army occupied heights overlooking the Chinese PLA positions at Finger 4 along Pangong Tso. These actions were carried out along with pre-emptive actions to occupy heights near the southern bank of Pangong Tso in the end of August.
On August 29, India had prevented the PLA from grabbing Indian territory.
New Delhi, Sep 08: Tensions have flared up once again along the Line of Actual Control. China accused Indian troops of firing warning shots and also spoke about countermeasures to stabilise the situation. India has clearly denied the allegations by China.
New Delhi, Sep 08: Tensions have escalated further along the Line of Actual Control with soldiers of both India and China exchanging fire on the south bank of Pangong Tso in Eastern Ladakh on Monday night.
New Delhi, Sep 02: The Indian forces will not move from the heights as they are within India’s perception of the Line of Actual Control.
The Peoples Liberation Army was checkmated by the Indian forces after the Chinese tried to manoeuvre several heights near the southern bank of Pangong Tso, Rezang La, Requin La and Spanggur Gap on August 29-30.
New Delhi, Sep 01: The disputed area in South Pangong Tso is now completely dominated by the Indian Army. The Chinese Peoples Liberation Army had undertaken a provocative military movement, but the same was blocked by the Indian Army on Saturday, sources tell OneIndia.
New Delhi, Sep 01: A Brigade Commander level Flag meeting of India and China would continue today.
Sources tell OneIndia that the meeting that was held on Monday was a stormy one. However both sides decided to continue talks today as well. The meeting took place after several calls on the hotline were made by both sides.
New Delhi, Aug 16: The Indian Soldiers sent out a clear message to the Chinese after they celebrated the country 74th Independence Day at the Pangong Lake.
The personnel of the Indo-Tibetan Border Force hoisted the Tricolour and conducted a march, while also raising slogans of Bharat Mata Ki Jai. These celebrations took place in the midst of tensions with China at several points along the Line of Actual Control.
New Delhi, Aug 06: In a snub to the Chinese, India has conveyed that it will not move back from its current military position north of Pangong Tso. China had on Sunday suggested this step and said that this would break the deadlock in the disengagement process.