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Indian, Chinese troops hold border meeting after Ladakh scuffle, discuss issues to ensure 'peace'

Indian, Chinese troops hold border meeting after Ladakh scuffle, discuss issues to ensure 'peace'

Indian border guards had on Tuesday frustrated an attempt by Chinese soldiers to enter Indian territory along the banks of famous Pangong lake in Ladakh.

After Ladakh scuffle, Indian, Chinese Army officers to meet in Leh

After Ladakh scuffle, Indian, Chinese Army officers to meet in Leh

Army officers of India and China are holding a meeting on Wednesday in Chushul area of Leh.

Amid Doklam standoff, NSA Ajit Doval meets China's top diplomat, 'major problems' discussed

Amid Doklam standoff, NSA Ajit Doval meets China's top diplomat, 'major problems' discussed

India's engagement with China is multi-faceted and issues having differences of perception by both sides are being handled with maturity, government told Rajya Sabha on Thursday.

Amid Sikkim standoff, NSA Ajit Doval to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping

Amid Sikkim standoff, NSA Ajit Doval to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping

Ajit Doval will be taking part in BRICS NSAs meeting in Beijing.

Border Roads Organisation to construct tunnels to cut down distance to China border

Border Roads Organisation to construct tunnels to cut down distance to China border

The Border Roads Organisation BRO will construct two tunnels through 4170-metre-high Sela Pass in Arunachal Pradesh.

India seeking peaceful resolution of boundary issues with China, including Doklam standoff: MEA

India seeking peaceful resolution of boundary issues with China, including Doklam standoff: MEA

India on Thursday said it was seeking "peaceful resolution" of all boundary matters with China.

Doklam stand-off: This is how India is countering China at the border

Doklam stand-off: This is how India is countering China at the border

There is no significant rise in deployment of troops by China along the Sino-India border, top government sources said on Wednesday.

IAF Sukhoi jet with two pilots goes missing near Indo-China border

IAF Sukhoi jet with two pilots goes missing near Indo-China border

An IAF Sukhoi-30 fighter jet with two pilots on board went missing in Assam on Tuesday morning.

Better Indo-China ties have reduced tension on border: Rajnath Singh

Better Indo-China ties have reduced tension on border: Rajnath Singh

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said the relationship between the two neighbours was good, which has led to the reduction of `friction` between them.

Rajnath Singh to chair first meeting of CMs of five states on Indo-China Border

Rajnath Singh to chair first meeting of CMs of five states on Indo-China Border

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh will leave on a three-day visit to Sikkim tomorrow.

Army Chief's visit to Beijing: India, China agree to keep borders peaceful

Army Chief's visit to Beijing: India, China agree to keep borders peaceful

Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh is on a four-day visit to China.

Brahmos missiles deployment in Arunachal: India can do more for peace, rather than contrary, says China

The Chinese military on Thursday said India should not do anything "contrary" to the consensus reached between the two countries to maintain peace and stability in border areas, a remark which comes in the backdrop of reports that India plans to deploy Brahmos missiles along the border with China.

Meet Baba Harbhajan Singh – the 'immortal' soldier who still guards Nathula Pass on Indo-China border

Meet Baba Harbhajan Singh – the 'immortal' soldier who still guards Nathula Pass on Indo-China border

Chinese soldiers still leave a chair vacant as a mark of respect to Baba Harbhajan Singh during Flag meetings with the Indian troops.

Pacts to maintain peace along Indo-China border must be respected: Beijing

Keeping a close watch on reported deployment of battle tanks in Ladakh by the Indian Army, China on Thursday said the two countries should abide by pacts to maintain peace in border areas even as its media warned that the move may affect the flow of Chinese investments into India.

Chinese media warns Indian tanks near China border may hurt investments

Criticising the reported deployment of battle tanks by the Indian army near the Indo-China border, Chinese state-run media Thursday said that the move may affect flow of Chinese investments into the country and called for joint efforts to avoid misunderstandings.

India is ramping up soldiers, tanks, mechanized infantry at Indo-China border: Report

India is ramping up soldiers, tanks, mechanized infantry at Indo-China border: Report

The Indian Army is building up its troops along the Line of Actual Control.

Number of Chinese transgressions increased to 16 times from last year’s 11-12 transgression in Pangong Tso Lake area: Sources

Raising a security alarm, the intelligence sources said on Tuesday that the number of Chinese transgressions have increased to 16 times from last year’s 11-12 transgression in Pangong Tso Lake area.  

ITBP women personnel to guard Indo-China border at Ladakh- Part II

The incursion of the intruders at the border will be handled by ITBP women commandos as they will guard Indo-China border at Ladakh now.

ITBP women personnel to guard Indo-China border at Ladakh

The incursion of the intruders at the border will be handled by ITBP women commandos as they will guard Indo-China border at Ladakh now.

Rajnath Singh conveys India's concerns over border incursions to Chinese Premier

Rajnath Singh conveys India's concerns over border incursions to Chinese Premier

Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday told Chinese Premier Li Keqiang that there should be an effective border management.