In a violent clash at the Line of Actual Control both Indian and Chine forces suffered casualties. Why is China trying to disturb peace in the region. Watch our panel of experts decode the current situation.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh has briefed Prime Minister Narendra Modi after his meeting with Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat and the three service chiefs over the violent clashes at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) between the Indian Army and Chinese Peoples Liberation Army (PLA).
Chinese tabloid newspaper Global Times has retracted its statement of 5 casualties and 11 non-fatal injuries in the Chinese PLA. In a tweet Global Times said, "The official Global Times accounts have NEVER reported the exact casualties on the Chinese side. The Global Times CANNOT confirm the number at the moment."
Major Generals of India and China are talking to defuse the situation in the Galwan Valley, Ladakh and other areas after the violent face-off last night in which casualties have been suffered by both sides: Army Sources
During de-escalation process in Galwan Valley, a violent face-off took place last night. The loss of lives on Indian side includes an officer & 2 soldiers.
India and China army commanders continued de-escalation talks in the Galwan region of eastern Ladakh on Friday as army officials from both sides met to resolve the face-off across the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
Amid border tension with China at Ladakh's Line of Actual Control (LAC), Ladakh BJP MP Jamyang Tsering Namgyal said that the border issue between India and China is not an issue that should be politicised.
Even as the New Delhi and Beijing try to negotiate a solution to the military faceoff in eastern Ladakh, China has increased its army presence across the entire stretch of the LAC from Leh to Arunachal Pradesh
The Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson's remarks came a day after officials in New Delhi suggested that armies of India and China have undertaken a "limited disengagement" in few areas in eastern Ladakh in a demonstration of their intent to end the border standoff peacefully ahead of another round of military talks on Wednesday.
The Chinese troops and infantry combat vehicles moved back by 2.5 km by People’s Liberation Army in Galwan area, Patrolling Point 15 and Hot Springs area.
India and China army commanders met on Saturday to hold discussions on the current stand-off along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and decided that talks between the two countries will continue further through military and diplomatic channels. As discussions between the two nations take place, India wants its neighbour to return to the status quo and remove its troops, structures, tents from the Pangong Lake.
India and China army commanders are holding a Lt General-level meeting today to resolve stand-off issues at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Eastern Ladakh region and de-escalation of forces across the LAC.
The current Sino-India border crisis has revealed that China has little respect for India's long-standing efforts to freeze status quo along its frontiers, a top US observer on South Asia has claimed.
The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) troops, who have been engaged in a standoff with the Indian forces at several locations in eastern Ladakh, on Wednesday retreated by 100 metres in the Pangong Tso Lake area
As India and China prepare for a high-level military dialogue to resolve the current standoff at LAC in eastern Ladakh, India’s military pointsman during the Doklam standoff Lt General Abhay Krishna says that New Delhi must draw a ‘red line’ that Beijing must not cross
"Major-level" talks between the two militaries took place in Ladakh on Tuesday. While the talks on Tuesday failed to achieve any significant breakthrough, the discussion is said to have ended on a "positive note," sources told India TV
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said China has moved up its forces along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) with India and that its recent actions, be it on the India border, or Hong Kong or the South China Sea, have been part of the Chinese behaviour in the recent past.
China said earlier in the day that the overall situation at the border with India was "stable and controllable", and both the countries have "unimpeded" communication channels to resolve the issues through dialogue and consultations
Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Monday asserted there has been no report of any standoff between the Indian and Chinese troops in the state, which shares a 1,080-km border with China
Former NSA MK Narayanan said that during his conversations with past Chinese leaders, including former Premier Wen Jiabao, he had gleamed that Beijing appreciates the soft power of India’s civilisational ethos