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Doklam stand-off, a lesson for India: China`s People`s Liberation Army (PLA)

Doklam stand-off, a lesson for India: China`s People`s Liberation Army (PLA)

A day after both nations decided to withdraw troops from the Sikkim border in the ongoing Doklam stand-off, China`s People`s Liberation Army (PLA) has asked India to draw lessons from the entire episode.

China blames Indian troops for Pangong Lake incident in Ladakh

China on Monday blamed Indian soldiers for "violent action" against its troops during a standoff in Ladakh on August 15 .

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.

Chinese side requests flag meeting after Ladakh skirmish

Chinese side requests flag meeting after Ladakh skirmish

A day after Indian and Chinese troops clashed along the northern bank of Pangong Lake in Ladakh, a flag meeting was requested by the Chinese side, sources said on Wednesday.

Chinese Navy eyes Indian Ocean as part of PLA's plan to extend its reach

Chinese Navy eyes Indian Ocean as part of PLA's plan to extend its reach

China's Navy wants to join hands with India to maintain security of the Indian Ocean, amid growing concerns in New Delhi over the increasing presence of the PLA fleet in India's backyard.

China's PLA conducted live-fire confrontaion exercise in Gobi desert – See spectacular images

China's PLA conducted live-fire confrontaion exercise in Gobi desert – See spectacular images

China's People's Liberation Army soldiers of an artillery regiment conducted a live shell drill in the Gobi desert.

Won't allow anyone to split Chinese territory, ready to defeat invasions: Xi ​Jinping

Won't allow anyone to split Chinese territory, ready to defeat invasions: Xi ​Jinping

China has maintained that there won't be a meaningful dialogue without the unconditional withdrawal of Indian troops.

India, China border dispute bubbles over once again as Barahoti becomes new crisis zone

India, China border dispute bubbles over once again as Barahoti becomes new crisis zone

The Barahoti border has not been demarcated and the two sides differ on perception about it. Over 10 soldiers were reportedly involved in the incident.

Amid Doklam standoff, Xi Jinping says Chinese military has ability to defeat all invading enemies

Amid Doklam standoff, Xi Jinping says Chinese military has ability to defeat all invading enemies

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Sunday said the People's Liberation Army has the confidence and capability to defeat all invading enemies.

Chinese President Xi Jinping inspects massive military parade on PLA's 90th anniversary

Chinese President Xi Jinping inspects massive military parade on PLA's 90th anniversary

Chinese President Xi Jinping oversaw a large-scale military parade at a remote northern China base on Sunday to mark 90 years since the founding of the People`s Liberation Army.

PLA plans war games instead of military parade on 90th anniversary

PLA plans war games instead of military parade on 90th anniversary

Xi Jinping heads the Central Military Commission (CMC) which is the overall command for the PLA.

PLA to celebrate 90th birthday with stronger military

People's Liberation Army will celebrate its 90th birthday this year.

Amid the ongoing Dokalam stand-off, China's PLA conducts live-fire drills in Tibet

Amid the ongoing Dokalam stand-off, China's PLA conducts live-fire drills in Tibet

Amid the ongoing standoff between Indian and Chinese troops at the Dokalam area, the People's Liberation Army (PLA) has conducted live-fire exercises in Tibet.

China dispatches ships, PLA troops to set up base in Djibouti

China dispatches ships, PLA troops to set up base in Djibouti

China has dispatched military ships and members of its People's Liberation Army to Africa's nation of Djibouti to establish Beijing's first overseas military base.

 Indian Army ready for long haul in Dokalam; tents pitched in, supplies being maintained for soldiers

Indian Army ready for long haul in Dokalam; tents pitched in, supplies being maintained for soldiers

The Indian Army is ready for a long haul in holding onto its position in the Dokalam area near the Bhutan tri-junction.

No dispute with Bhutan in Doklam: China

Although the boundary between the two countries is yet to be settled but we have basic consensus on the boundary and there is no dispute between both of us that Doklam belongs to China: Geng Shuang

India boosts soldiers in Doka La near Sikkim in longest standoff with Chinese troops since 1962

India boosts soldiers in Doka La near Sikkim in longest standoff with Chinese troops since 1962

Sources said the PLA on June 1 asked the Indian Army to remove the two bunkers set up in 2012 at Lalten in Doka La, which falls in the vicinity of Chumbi Valley at the corner of India-Bhutan- Tibet tri-junction.

Three Chinese warships dock in Pakistan on training visit

Three Chinese warships dock in Pakistan on training visit

The visit will "further promote mutual trust and boost cooperation and friendship," fleet commander Shen Hao was quoted as saying.

China launches second aircraft carrier

China launches second aircraft carrier

China on Wednesday launched its second aircraft carrier, the first to be developed and built indigenously, in a Dalian shipyard in Liaoning Province.

Chinese President Xi Jinping restructures military, consolidates control

Chinese President Xi Jinping restructures military, consolidates control

Chinese President Xi Jinping has announced a military restructure of the People`s Liberation Army (PLA) to transform it into a leaner fighting force with improved joint operations capability, state media said.