LoC killings: Armed forces have a free hand, says Antony

Faced with repeated ceasefire violations by Pakistan across Line of Control and aggression by China, Defence Minister AK Antony said Indian armed forces had free hand to take on aggressors.

India to redeploy surveillance camera in Chumar sector on LAC

Indian Army is planning to put back a surveillance camera in the Chumar area along the LAC to keep an eye on the movement of the Chinese troops which had reportedly taken away a similar device last month.

India, China troops were in face-to-face in Chumar

Indian and Chinese troops were in a "face-to-face" situation in Chumar area of Ladakh after Chinese had "transgressed" into Indian territory on June 17.

China defends its latest Ladakh incursion

China on Wednesday said its troops were patrolling on its side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and asserted that "status quo" should not be changed pending a final settlement.

Armed forces prepared for any challenge: Union Minister

Situation is under control on the India-China border and the Indian armed forces are fully prepared to face any challenge there, according to Minister of State for Defence Jitendra Singh.

Border issue absent from Li`s comments circulated in China

The border standoff in Ladakh was conspicuously missing from Li Keqiang`s remarks circulated by the Foreign Ministry in China on Monday.

Urgent need to push forward boundary talks: China to India

There is need to redouble efforts to push forward negotiations for a framework agreement on India-China boundary settlement, a Chinese official said.

India has right to build infrastructure along border: AK Antony

Days after the standoff with China over intrusion in Ladakh, India on Saturday defended its right to build border infrastructure and said Army and Air Force will continue to shore up their capabilities "on our own land".

`China, India must be able to resolve border issues quicker`

China and India should "examine" the recent border standoff in Depsang Valley in Ladakh and be able to resolve such incidents "much quicker" in the future, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid said on Friday.

India pitches for hotline with China at DGMO level

India will push for establishing a hotline with China between the military leaders of the two countries for avoiding and handling situations such as the recent 21-day stand-off in Ladakh.

India to take up incursion issue with Chinese Premier

India will take up with Chinese Premier Le Kequiang the issue of the intrusion by the People`s Liberation Army troops into Depsang valley in Ladakh.

Salman Khurshid meets Chinese Foreign Minister

India and China discussed the recent intrusion by Chinese troops at the Depsang Valley during External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid`s two-hour-long meeting with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi.

Border tensions between India and China remain: Pentagon

In light of the recent Chinese incursion in Ladakh, the Pentagon on Tuesday informed the US Congress that tensions remain between India and China.

Ladakh incursion: No deal with China, says India

A day after India and China ended their three-week long face-off in Ladakh, the Indian government on Monday said there was no "deal" with China.

Protests against Chinese incursion continue in Jammu

Protests against the Chinese incursion in eastern Ladakh continued in Jammu.

Chinese incursion: Mulayam slams govt, opposes Khurshid visit

Government on Monday came under sharp attack in the Lok Sabha over Chinese incursion in Ladakh, with its crucial ally Samajwadi Party accusing it of acting in a "cowardly" manner and objecting to the upcoming visit of External Minister Salman Khurshid to Beijing.

India to increase troops if China does so in Ladakh

India will increase the number of its troops if the Chinese People`s Liberation Army (PLA) enhances the strength of its soldiers in the Indian territory of Daulat Beg Oldi (DBO) sector in eastern Ladakh.

`India should take military action against China`

Expressing serious concern over the Chinese incursion in Ladakh, Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) Thursday said the government should take military action against the neighbouring country.

Talks with China fail, more troops may be sent to Ladakh

India and China on Tuesday failed to break the deadlock over the deep incursion by Chinese troops at Daulat Beg Oldi(DBO) sector in Ladakh at their second flag meeting and more Indian soldiers may be deployed in the area.