The stand-off in Demchok area of Ladakh continued for the 10th day on Tuesday with Chinese nomads now reported to have erected tents with the help of Chinese Army inside Indian territory to protest against an ongoing irrigation canal work.
As tens of thousands gathered in Hong Kong on Tuesday to demand greater democracy and freedom from Beijing`s control, China`s military garrison stationed in the freewheeling capitalist hub launched its own offensive - to charm them.
China cleared out illegal occupants from 27,000 military apartments over a seven-month period last year as part of a wider anti-corruption drive, according to a report in the official PLA Daily newspaper.
The 10-day joint exercise by the Indian and Chinese armies demonstrated that China wants to expand cooperation with foreign countries and build a more transparent image of the world`s largest standing military.
China on Monday rejected reports of intrusion by its troops in Ladakh, saying the People`s Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers patrolled the Chinese side of Line of Actual Control (LAC) without "trespassing" into it.