As de-escalation continue, here is why India and China are creating buffer zones

in-chNew Delhi, July 08: The People’s Liberation Army has withdrawn up to 2 kilometres from Patrolling Point 15, Hot Springs. Officials say that a similar exercise would be undertaken at Gogra, PP-17 by today in the evening.

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Bluntly put: How NSA Ajit Doval got the Chinese to relent twice

ajit-doval-newNew Delhi, July 07: National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval during his two hour video conference with Chinese foreign minister, Wang Yi said that a pre-requisite for the de-escalation would be the PLA moving back from the area, which China has been claiming as its.

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Ceasefire violations by Pakistan goes up amidst China stand off

loc111New Delhi, July 06: There has been an increase in activity by Pakistan even as India continues to wade of the Chinese threat along the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

Fourteen Indian soldiers have been martyred in the past six, owing to the 2,432 ceasefire violations by Pakistan.

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PM Modi makes surprise visit to Ladakh: Briefed at 11,000 feet

modi-ladakhNew Delhi, July 03: Prime Minister, Narendra Modi made a surprise visit to Ladakh amidst the tense stand off with China. His visit comes days after the violent clash that broke out between Indian and Chinese soldiers at the Galwan Valley on June 15.

The PM visited one of the forward locations in Nimu. He reached early this morning and interacted with the Army, IAF and ITBP personnel. The PM was also briefed by senior officers of the Army.

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With VPN blocked, Indian websites not accessible in China

computersNew Delhi, June 30: Indian newspapers and websites cannot be accessed in Beijing now without the Virtual Private Network (VPN) server. While the ExpressVPN has not been working in China for the past two days, Indian TV channels can be accessed through IP TV.

The latest move comes in the wake of increased tensions between India and China.

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Consensus does not mean, disengagement along LAC will happen overnight

ind-chinNew Delhi, June 26: Despite a mutual consensus to disengage along the Line of Actual Control, the military assessment of the station suggests that the process is going to take a long time.

Be prepared for a long haul and the tricky situation along the LAC is what is taking this long to disengage, an official familiar with the developments told OneIndia. The fact that there is a consensus on disengagement is a good sign, but do not expect a quick fire solution the officer also said.

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Army assessment to top political leadership would speak about tricky situation along LAC

army-lacNew Delhi, June 26: Indian Army Chief General M M Naravane in his assessment of the situation along the Line of Actual Control has found that the situation is a tricky one.

In his briefing to the top political leadership, he is expected to speak about the sectors where the Indian soldiers hold forward positions along the Line of Actual Control that include Depsang, Gogra Post-Hot Springs, Pangong Tso, Galwan Valley, Chumar and Demchok. There are military negations on in some areas.

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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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After agreeing to disengage, India-China joint secy level talks likely today

indochinaNew Delhi, June 24: India and China are likely to hold joint secretary level talks today amidst the tension along the Line of Actual Control. A virtual meet of the Working Mechanism for Consultation and Coordination on India-China Border Affairs is likely to be held later today. The talks are headed by the joint-secretary level officials from both sides.

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General Naravane discusses security situation with top commanders of Indian Army

naravaneNew Delhi, June 22: Indian Army Chief General M M Naravane is discussing the security situation with the top commanders in the national capital. All commanders are in the national capital for the second phase of the commanders’ conference say Army officials. Meanwhile General Naravane is scheduled to visit Ladakh later this week to take stock of the situation amidst the tensions with China.

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