BJP trying to divide people, Modi unable to stop incursion by China: Nitish

 Former Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today hit out at BJP, accusing it of practicing divisive politics and charged the Narendra Modi-led government with doing "nothing" to prevent Chinese incursion into Indian territory.

Xi's visit removed 'some suspicions' in Sino-India ties: China

 China today said President Xi Jinping's visit to India removed "some suspicions" between the two countries, pushed the ties to a "new age" and during talks an "important consensus" was reached on politically resolving the border issue through friendly coordination.

There are 'differing perceptions' of LAC: Chinese military

 Amid the continuing standoff with Indian troops in the Ladakh region, the Chinese military today for the first time commented on the recent border incidents, saying there are "differing perceptions" of the LAC but the two sides can resolve boundary issues through dialogue.

DNA: China's repeated incursion along LAC- Will India respond?

In view of repeated incursion bids by the Chinese troops, the Army has intensified patrolling along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), days after a new road link to Pangong developed by the hostile neighbour was spotted by the border patrolling team.

‘Centre`s attitude towards China dangerous for country’

Insisting that the Congress-led UPA government has failed on the security front, BJP said Centre`s attitude towards Chinese incursions was dangerous for the country.

Why govt `suppressed` Chinese incursion in mid-June, asks BJP

BJP today sought to know why the government had "suppressed" information about Chinese incursions into Ladakh in mid-June and said the Manmohan Singh dispensation should clarify if it is reassessing the situation.

Chinese troops enter Chumar again; vandalise India

In another incursion, Chinese troops intruded into the Chumar sector in Ladakh--the same area which had sparked off tensions in April--and smashed some bunkers besides cutting wires of cameras installed at the border post.

No compromise was made to end standoff with China: Parnaik

No compromise was made to end the standoff with China in the Ladakh sector, Army`s General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Northern Command, K T Parnaik said on Monday.

Settlement of boundary issue should be strategic objective: India to China

A day after Chinese government pushed for settlement of the vexed boundary issue at "an early date", India on Tuesday responded by saying that it should be pursued as a "strategic objective" by the two countries.

China tacitly acknowledges withdrawal of troops from Ladakh

China on Monday said the "stand off incident" with India was resolved through "fruitful consultations", keeping the larger interests of bilateral relations in mind.

Incursion row: China declines to give timeline for its troops

China declined to give timeline for withdrawal of troops from Depsang valley in Ladakh but said issue that sparked new tensions in bilateral ties "will be properly resolved soon through negotiations".

Chinese troops erect one more tent at DBO, standoff enters 3rd week

Chinese troops have erected one more tent in Daulat Beg Oldi (DBO) sector in Ladakh raising to five the number of such structures in the area of incursion, as the standoff between India and China on Monday entered the third week.

Willing to work with India to deal with differences: China

China on Sunday took note of PM Manmohan Singh`s remarks over PLA`s incursion into the Depsang Valley and said that it is willing to work with New Delhi to deal with differences.

Stand-off with China would be solved through talks: Shinde

The stand-off arising out of Chinese incursion in Ladakh would be resolved through talks between the armies of the two countries, Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said.

Incursion issue: IAF resumes supplies to Army units in Daulat Beg Oldi area

After having briefly halted its operations in the Daulat Beg Oldi (DBO) area in Ladakh after the incursion by Chinese troops, IAF has resumed its operations to supply rations to the Indian Army units deployed there.

China tones down rhetoric, urges patience as incursion row escalates

Toning down its rhetoric on incursion, China on Thursday counselled India to have patience.

Chinese scare turns into election issue in Arunachal

Two major allies of the ruling UPA are raking up the Chinese incursion issue in the run up to the assembly elections in the frontier state of Arunachal even as CM Dorjee Khandu maintains that such claims are baseless.

Listen to your leaders: China tells Indian media

Days after the Indian government asked the media to eschew "hype" over reported Chinese incursions, China`s ambassador Zhang Yan Tuesday met Home Secretary G.K. Pillai here and tried to clarify the picture.

Incursions: China Study Group meeting postponed

The China Study Group meeting to discuss the fallout of Chinese incursions into Indian territory, which was to be held on Thursday, has been postponed.

Incursion fallout: NSA to convene China Study Group meeting

National Security Advisor M K Narayanan will hold a meeting of the China Study Group – consisting of top officials including Cabinet Secretary K M Chandrasekhar and Secretaries of Defence, Home and Foreign Ministries - Thursday.