Seen by many as an act of retaliation by China to India's provocative move in which it allowed exiled Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama to visit the disputed region
Amid of a stern warning from China, India went ahead and allowed Dalai Lama to visit Twang region of Arunachal Pradesh which China considers its own territory in the form of 'South Tibet', which has invited a strong protest from the Chinese foreign ministry on Thursday in which it has said that
China on Wednesday lodged a strong complaint with India following a rare visit by a Taiwanese parliamentary delegation, warning New Delhi to follow
By throwing a spanner in the wheel China has yet again blocked a move to get the UN to sanction Masood Azhar, the chief of Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM)
China while criticizing India of breaking UN limits on nuclear arms and long range missiles, has vouched for Pakistan that it should be accorded the same
In yet another embarrassment to India, China once again has blocked a proposal at the United Nations to list Jaish-e-Muhammad’s Chief Masood Azhar as a global designated 'terrorist'.
A BSF report submitted to India’s security adviser Ajit Doval says Chinese troops are conducting weapons training exercises for Pakistan army at some posts in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) adjoining Rajouri in Jammu & Kashmir.
New Delhi, India: Reacting to China's response to India's plans to build a road along India-China border in Arunachal Pradesh, Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said that "no one could warn India". Rajnath Singh said that "India is a strong country and no one could warn us".
New Delhi, India: China today reacted strongly to reports that India plans to build a 2000-km long road in Arunachal Pradesh, asking New Delhi not to "further complicate" the dispute over the border. Indian and Chinese soldiers recent observed an intense face-off at Chumar area of Ladakh.
New Delhi, India: After more than two weeks face-off, India and China have reportedly agreed to pull back their troops from certain areas at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh. The pull back is expected to take place on Friday (Sept. 26).
Ladakh: After holding a series of inconclusive meetings to end more than two weeks long face-off, India and China will hold a flag meeting on today (Sept. 25) in Chushul in Ladakh in yet another effort to find some solution to the standoff.
Ladakh: The ongoing face-off between Indian and Chinese soldiers at Chumar area in Ladakh has intensified with the addition of more gun-toting troops, which are now strung across 2 km on an east-to-west axis on either side of the disputed Line of Actual Control (LAC).
New Delhi, India: The Chinese PLA soldiers reportedly left Chumar area of Ladakh after Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping meeting, but there are reports that Chinese soldiers today crossed into territory under Indian control again and stationed themselves on a hillock.
New Delhi, India: During a joint press briefing visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping said that the incidents might continue to occur at India-China border as the areas were not properly demarcated.
New Delhi/ Ladakh: A statement from India's Minister of External Affairs spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin says Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised the issue of Chinese incursions with the visiting Chinese President during their meeting Wednesday night.
Ladakh: Face-off between Chinese and Indian troops continues in Chumar sector of Ladakh as the flag meeting held to find a solution to the situation remained inconclusive.
Ladakh: Activity on India-China border is hitting headlines, ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to India. After yesterday's reports of Chinese soldiers camping in Demchok area of Ladakh, there were reports earlier today that around 300 Chinese soldiers have surrounded 100 Indian soldiers at Chumur area in Ladakh.
Ladakh: Around Chinese 300 soldiers have reportedly surrounded some 100 soldiers of India in Chumur area in Ladakh. As per media reports Indian soldiers are not being allowed to move. The latest incident follows yesterday's incident where Chinese troops were reportedly seen camping 500 metres into the territory under Indian control in Demchok area of Ladakh. The Chinese soldiers had reportedly put up tents there.
New Delhi, India (September 03, 2014): In an apparent attempt to build it's stronghold near China border, India seems all set to launch a major and strategic road-building exercise along the border with the neighboring country.