Tag: Galwan Valley Clash

What Indian Intelligence Agencies should learn from Ladakh standoff

Written by Ameya Pratap Singh Chinese intrusions in Eastern Ladakh earlier this year have provoked a review of India’s intelligence apparatus. After all, how could the PLA mobilise and deploy a significant number...

Russian view on Ladakh standoff leaves many surprised

The Indian government has launched a direct attack on Beijing until now New Delhi was sticking to the diplomatic code of conduct. In public the statements were non-confrontational, however, in private, India...

US reports reiterate that China conspired for Galwan incident

Harsha KakarThe Galwan valley clash of June 15 led to the death of 20 Indian soldiers and many more Chinese troopers. A recently released annual report of the United States-China Economic and...

Border clashes destroyed trust in India China relations

The violent clashes on the India-China border in June had a very deep public and political impact and has left the relationship ‘profoundly disturbed’, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said on Friday....

The US says Chinese belligerence reason for current Ladakh standoff

During a Tuesday media briefing, US State Department officials brought up the recent clashes between Indian and Chinese troops in eastern Ladakh, "where you've actually got people beating each other to death", in...

India Ensured China Pays High Price of Belligerence

China’s foreign minister, Wang Yi, recently declared that aggression and expansionism have never been in the Chinese nation’s ‘genes’. It is almost astonishing that he managed to say it with a straight face. Aggression and...

Immediately After Galwan, Indian Warships Headed to South China Sea

NEW DELHI: Acting swiftly after the Galwan valley clash on June 15 in Eastern Ladakh, the Indian Navy sailed out its frontline warship for deployment in the South China Sea much to...

Proof Of Chinese Soldiers Killed in Galwan Clashes Emerges

New Delhi: A picture of a Chinese soldier's grave killed in Galwan valley is going viral on social media. The picture was shared on Chinese social media platform Weibo and is perhaps the first...
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