A Noida based firm called Apastron Indian has developed non-lethal weapons like Trishul and Vajra for security forces.
The disengagement process was carried out over two days i.e. August 4 and 5. The troops of both sides are now in their respective permanent bases.
The Indian troops intercepted around 200 PLA soldiers, who had crossed over into the Indian side from Tibet and attempted to damage unoccupied bunkers.
Salem (TN): The disengagement process by India and China in eastern Ladakh is ‘complete’ after nine rounds of diplomatic and military level talks between the two neighbours, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said here on Sunday as he hit out at Congress for ‘doubting’ Indian soldiers’ bravery. He also lashed out at the Congress and its […]
New Delhi: The government on Friday strongly objected to the misinformation in media and its amplification on social media on the disengagement of Indian and Chinese troops, currently underway in Ladakh after Congress leader Rahul Gandhi claimed India has ceded territory to China. China and India on Thursday began their synchronized disengagement along the Line […]
New Delhi: India and China have agreed to push for an early disengagement of the frontline troops at disputed border areas across Line of Actual Control (LAC), the Ministry of Defence said on Monday. The ministry issued a statement after India and China held a 16-hour marathon military dialogue to resolve the border dispute and […]
New Delhi: To enhance its influence at the United Nations, China has planned to deploy more troops on ground for peacekeeping missions and is also aimed to diminish India’s role in such missions, said a top government source. A total 2,548 Chinese People’s Liberation Army troops are currently deployed at UN peacekeeping missions. Now, Beijing […]
New Delhi/Washington: A day after President Xi Jinping called on Chinese troops to prepare for war, the United States appointed a senior official as its special coordinator for Tibetan issues. Tibet, which has been under Chinese occupation since 1950, remains a sensitive issue for Beijing diplomatically. The Chinese Communist Party regime has persistently refused to […]
New Delhi: Chinese troops attempted to unilaterally alter the status quo in violation of the bilateral agreements, the Central government said on Saturday after China stated that India is entirely responsible for the border stand-off in Ladakh. India stated that both sides should focus on the overall situation of India-China relations and work together to […]
New Delhi: For the first time since the India-China skirmishes began at Ladakh earlier this year, the Indian Army is dominating strategic locations on the south bank of Pangong Lake, even as China enhanced deployment of troops close to the Thakung base in Indian territory and tried to change the status quo. In a crucial […]
New Delhi: The disengagement between India and China hit a roadblock in eastern Ladakh as Chinese troops have not moved back from the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in line with the consensus arrived at during the disengagement talks between both the countries. Seeing this, the Indian Army prepares for a long haul and harsh […]
New Delhi: Even as Indian and Chinese militaries talk to de-escalate and disengage at the borders in eastern Ladakh, Indian intelligence agencies said on Wednesday that Chinese People’s Liberation Army has brought in troops of two more divisions along the Line of Actual Control near the disputed areas. The PLA troops have been deployed on […]
New Delhi: India said on Friday that it has told China that the building of a road by Chinese troops in a border region will have “serious security implications for India” and urged Beijing “not to change the status quo unilaterally”. “India is deeply concerned at the recent Chinese actions and has conveyed to the […]