Tag: Galwan Valley Clash

Chinese Ambassador Keeps On Downplaying Border Standoff By Saying No Fresh Confrontations Post Galwan

At a time when the Indian government is looking at ways to reduce its dependence on China across various sectors, China's Ambassador to India Sun Weidong has said that India and China...

ITBP Held Chinese Advance For 20 Hours During Standoff

NEW DELHI: The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) on Friday said its troops "fought the whole night" and gave a befitting reply to the Chinese soldiers who attacked them with stones during their...

Galwan Effect – India China Trade War

India is considering measures to prevent China from using its trade partners in Southeast Asia as proxy re-export bases for pushing Chinese goods into India. India has plans to rework its free trade agreements (FTAs)...

Names of Galwan Bravehearts Will be Inscribed On National War Memorial

NEW DELHI: The names of 20 Indian Army personnel, who were killed after valiantly fighting Chinese troops in Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh on June 15, will be inscribed on the National...

Australia Supports India Warns China on Galwan

New Delhi: Australia in an unambiguous message for China on Thursday stated that it opposed any attempts to unilaterally alter the status quo at LAC, which only serve to increase tension and...

Ladakh Standoff Continues as China Slows Down Deescalation

The disengagement planned between India and China has reached an impasse as troops of both sides continue to remain in close proximity at the disputed area of Ladakh. The Pangong Lake and Hot Spring-Gogra have...

India China Disengagement Enters Critical Phase

A week after the fourth round of military talks between India and China, sources on Tuesday said that Chinese forces are still present at Finger 5 area of the Pangong Tso in...

Exclusive: Time to Ditch One China Policy

Since May 2020, India and China are locked in a military standoff that began with PLA transgression at three different points in Eastern Ladakh at Hot Springs, Pangong Tso lake, and Galwan...
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