Tag: Galwan Valley Clash

Indian Army says no personnel missing in action after Galwan Valley face-off

Amid speculating reports that some personnel were captured or have gone missing following the clash with the Chinese troops in Galwan valley of Ladakh, the Indian Army clarified that no Indian troops...

India recovers from the shock of nail-studded clubs, gets ready to get even

After reports of Chinese soldiers using spike-studded clubs to maim and kill Indian Armymen left the defence establishment shell-shocked, the Army has reportedly begun taking steps to make sure that its men...

China brings in hundreds of soldiers, heavy construction equipment to Galwan Valley

NEW DELHI: Even as talks for deescalation were on at the military level, the Chinese side seems to have carried out a move of deception by bringing in several hundred soldiers and...

Premeditated action led to clash, will seriously impact ties: Jaishankar to Chinese counterpart

NEW DELHI: Premeditated and planned action by Chinese troops was directly responsible for the violence and casualties during the June 15 border clash and this unprecedented development would have a serious impact...

India-China standoff: Forces on almost war-like alert along LAC, ready to ‘impose costs’ on China

NEW DELHI: India will now impose costs on China whenever it tries its favourite salami-slicing tactics in a bid to incrementally grab territory, a move that marks a decisive change in India's...

The circumspect US calls for ‘peaceful resolution’ of India-China spat amid tacit, understated support for New Delhi

WASHINGTON: The United States has expressed support for a "peaceful resolution of the current situation" between India and China, even as an American diplomat who had presciently warned last month of Beijing’s...

Ladakh face-off: India can give a befitting reply if instigated, says PM Modi

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said the sacrifice of Indian soldiers killed in the Galwan Valley clash in Ladakh will not go in vain. In his opening remarks on day...
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