India’s Defence Ministry came out with a statement on Tuesday morning on the situation at LAC and the border standoff between India and
Days after China’s “provocative actions” in the Pangong lake area in eastern Ladakh, the situation in the region remained
In a fresh incident in eastern Ladakh, the Chinese PLA carried out “provocative military movements” to “unilaterally”
There is “no change” in the status quo situation at the Dokalam standoff area after it was resolved last year, India’s envoy Gautam
Xi ordered Chinese military to be absolutely loyal to the ruling Communist Party and intensify its combat readiness by focusing on how to win wars.
A top army officer said: "We never let our guard down. We remain alert and we ensure that our preparedness is always of the highest order."
Chinese official said: "We have noted the statement by relevant people in India, also we noticed some Indian press remarked that the reports are
Chinese President Xi Jinping today said the People’s Liberation Army is capable of vanquishing “all invading enemies” and
China has said there was no scope for a “compromise” in the military standoff with India in the Sikkim section. As per the PTI
Officials from the Indian Embassy attended the Dalian meeting of the SCO.
Situation along the Sino-Indian border was reviewed today at a high-level meeting convened by the Centre following tension in the forward areas
The incident happened in the first week of June near the Lalten post in the Doka La general area in Sikkim after a face-off between the two forces.
In an important development in China, President Xi Jinping has assumed the title of Commander in Chief of the country's s 2.3 million strong
China showed off its military strength in a parade to commemorate the 70th anniversary of its victory over Japan in World War II. Heads of state