Tag: LAC

Chinese politician demands for enhanced use of drones on LAC

A Chinese legislator who leads a regiment in the country's southwestern border defense frontline will submit a proposal at the upcoming two sessions, suggesting that China should enhance border management and control...

Disengagement at all friction points necessary for de-escalation, India tells China

Asserting that peace and tranquillity on the border is essential for development of bilateral relations, India has told China that disengagement at all friction points is necessary to contemplate any de-escalation of...

China claims to have detailed knowledge of Indian troop deployment on LAC

The Indian Army’s strategy on the border with China comprises protecting the eastern part, stabilising the middle and seizing the western section, the location of the recent and most serious military standoff...

ITBP will strengthen patrols on the Indo-China border

The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) will strengthen their short and long-range patrolling at the Indo-China border, said Surjeet Singh Deswal, Director General, ITBP on Tuesday.Both the armies of India and China have...

General Naravane says that LAC disengagement is a win-win situation for both India and China

The disengagement of armies of India and China from north and south banks of Pangong Tso is a "very good end result" and a win-win situation for both the sides, Army chief...

How LAC disengagement is progressing

Some questions on disengagement from the Line of Actual Control (LAC) need to be asked again: Why did India withdraw from the commanding heights on Kailash range without quid pro quo like Return Status Quo Ante (RSQA) April 2020 integrally...

To avoid any surprises, the Indian Army waited till Chinese Troops moved back

India waited for China to clear the North and South banks of Pangong Tso (lake) first before reciprocating the first phase of disengagement agreement reached between the two countries in Eastern Ladakh,...

Indian and Chinese Military Commanders agree on steady disengagement after 16-hour meet

At a marathon 16-hour meeting between senior commanders on Saturday, the Indian and Chinese armies agreed to resolve outstanding issues at friction points on the contested Line of Actual Control (LAC) in...
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