Unilateral change of status quo is not acceptable, Jaishankar tells Wang Yi

S Jaishankar pointed out to the Chinese State Councillor that the "successful disengagement" in the Pangong Lake area earlier this year had "created conditions for resolving the remaining issue"…

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New York Times' job ad has some critical remarks about India and its government

The advertisement says technology has become a 'hindrance' due to the Indian government’s growing efforts to 'police online speech and media discourse have raised difficult questions about…

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Watch: India's biggest defence shift — 200,000 troops on China border

Despite the fact that India and China fought a war in 1962, India's strategic focus has been on Pakistan, and the two countries have fought three wars over Kashmir. 

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China recruits Tibetans in new militia unit near border with India

The militia has been set up with the aim to use their information and skills in border area for collecting and using information of local geography and language

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Chinese cyber threat: Dragon is targeting Indian telecom and defence

On Thursday, Recorded Future, the world's largest provider of enterprise security intelligence, disclosed cyber espionage activity linked to a suspected Chinese state-sponsored threat activity…

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Exclusive: Disengagement at border with China is slow due to suspicions, India's Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat to WION

After the tense border standoff along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), India and China have begun the process of disengagement, but the negotiations have been proceeding slowly.

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Criticism of armed forces punishable by law in China now

According to the legislation, no organisation or individual may slander or denigrate the honour of servicemen, nor insult or slander the reputation of members of the armed services. 

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We are dealing with China in firm and non-escalatory way: Indian Army chief

India is dealing with the Chinese troops in a firm and non-escalatory way, all the while ensuring that the sanctity of India’s claims in eastern Ladakh

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China's PLA has deployed advanced rocket launchers in western theatre command: Report

PLA has also installed an artillery bridge along the area overseeing the Indo-China border, as reported by Chinese army’s official newspaper on Monday

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India, China to hold military talks on April 9

Last year, there were aggressive actions from the Chinese side at the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh, including at the Galwan in which India lost 20 soldiers

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We have copyright over Dalai Lama reincarnation: Tibetan govt-in-exile prez

"For almost 1000 years, we the Tibetans have selected our own reincarnate lamas, including the Dalai Lamas," said Lobsang Sangay, Sikyong (President) of the Central Tibetan Administration

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Will continue discussions with China to resolve remaining issues: Centre on Ladakh standoff

Twenty Indian soldiers were killed in the fierce hand-to-hand combat in the Galwan Valley clash, an incident that marked the most serious military conflicts between the two sides in decades.

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We should intensify cooperation instead of harbouring suspicion, says China's foreign minister Wang Yi on India-China relations

China's foreign minister Wang Yi asserted that the boundary dispute is "an issue left from history", adding that,"it is important that the two sides manage disputes properly".

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China's military budget to rise 6.8% this year, GDP target at above 6%

China's annual parliament session was attended by thousands of delegates to the National People's Congress (NPC) as the state-run media said the government will draft new measures to improve "the…

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Chinese cyberattack that caused the 2020 Mumbai blackout was a 'warning shot': Report

Stuart Solomon, Recorded Future's chief operating officer, said that the Chinese state-sponsored group, which the firm named Red Echo, "has been seen to systematically utilize advanced cyber…

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Opinion | On The Margin: Xi throws a challenge from Tibet

President Xi’s visit to the strategically important TAR was unannounced and kept secret until it had concluded.

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Unilateral change of status quo is not acceptable, Jaishankar tells Wang Yi

S Jaishankar pointed out to the Chinese State Councillor that the "successful disengagement" in the Pangong Lake area earlier this year had "created conditions for resolving the remaining issue"…

Read Article

New York Times' job ad has some critical remarks about India and its government

The advertisement says technology has become a 'hindrance' due to the Indian government’s growing efforts to 'police online speech and media discourse have raised difficult questions about…

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Watch: India's biggest defence shift — 200,000 troops on China border

Despite the fact that India and China fought a war in 1962, India's strategic focus has been on Pakistan, and the two countries have fought three wars over Kashmir. 

Read Article

China recruits Tibetans in new militia unit near border with India

The militia has been set up with the aim to use their information and skills in border area for collecting and using information of local geography and language

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Chinese cyber threat: Dragon is targeting Indian telecom and defence

On Thursday, Recorded Future, the world's largest provider of enterprise security intelligence, disclosed cyber espionage activity linked to a suspected Chinese state-sponsored threat activity…

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Exclusive: Disengagement at border with China is slow due to suspicions, India's Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat to WION

After the tense border standoff along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), India and China have begun the process of disengagement, but the negotiations have been proceeding slowly.

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Criticism of armed forces punishable by law in China now

According to the legislation, no organisation or individual may slander or denigrate the honour of servicemen, nor insult or slander the reputation of members of the armed services. 

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Indian Army targets AI-powered battle tanks with eye on China

The Indian Army is eyeing the "Future Tank" platform which it intends to induct by 2030.

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We are dealing with China in firm and non-escalatory way: Indian Army chief

India is dealing with the Chinese troops in a firm and non-escalatory way, all the while ensuring that the sanctity of India’s claims in eastern Ladakh

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China's PLA has deployed advanced rocket launchers in western theatre command: Report

PLA has also installed an artillery bridge along the area overseeing the Indo-China border, as reported by Chinese army’s official newspaper on Monday

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India, China to hold military talks on April 9

Last year, there were aggressive actions from the Chinese side at the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh, including at the Galwan in which India lost 20 soldiers

Read Article

We have copyright over Dalai Lama reincarnation: Tibetan govt-in-exile prez

"For almost 1000 years, we the Tibetans have selected our own reincarnate lamas, including the Dalai Lamas," said Lobsang Sangay, Sikyong (President) of the Central Tibetan Administration

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Will continue discussions with China to resolve remaining issues: Centre on Ladakh standoff

Twenty Indian soldiers were killed in the fierce hand-to-hand combat in the Galwan Valley clash, an incident that marked the most serious military conflicts between the two sides in decades.

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We should intensify cooperation instead of harbouring suspicion, says China's foreign minister Wang Yi on India-China relations

China's foreign minister Wang Yi asserted that the boundary dispute is "an issue left from history", adding that,"it is important that the two sides manage disputes properly".

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India-China standoff: How India intends to combat China's GJ-1 and GJ-2 armed drones along LAC in eastern Ladakh

GJ-1 and GJ-2 are part of  Wing Loong I and Wing Loong II systems capable of striking targets and can launch small air-to-ground missiles.

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China's military budget to rise 6.8% this year, GDP target at above 6%

China's annual parliament session was attended by thousands of delegates to the National People's Congress (NPC) as the state-run media said the government will draft new measures to improve "the…

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Chinese cyberattack that caused the 2020 Mumbai blackout was a 'warning shot': Report

Stuart Solomon, Recorded Future's chief operating officer, said that the Chinese state-sponsored group, which the firm named Red Echo, "has been seen to systematically utilize advanced cyber…

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India-China standoff: China detains bloggers for questioning official version of Galwan clash

China had announced military honours for the four soldiers who had lost their life and a regimental commander who was injured in the clash with Indian soldiers at Galwan Valley in June, 2020.

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India-China standoff: Disengagement complete at Pangong Tso lake; commander-level talks on Saturday

Amid the India-China standoff, China had declared it was beginning the process of disengagement which was confirmed by India's defence minister Rajnath Singh in Parliament last week

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Opinion | On The Margin: Xi throws a challenge from Tibet

President Xi’s visit to the strategically important TAR was unannounced and kept secret until it had concluded.

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Unilateral change of status quo is not acceptable, Jaishankar tells Wang Yi

S Jaishankar pointed out to the Chinese State Councillor that the "successful disengagement" in the Pangong Lake area earlier this year had "created conditions for resolving the remaining issue"…

Read Article

New York Times' job ad has some critical remarks about India and its government

The advertisement says technology has become a 'hindrance' due to the Indian government’s growing efforts to 'police online speech and media discourse have raised difficult questions about…

Read Article

Watch: India's biggest defence shift — 200,000 troops on China border

Despite the fact that India and China fought a war in 1962, India's strategic focus has been on Pakistan, and the two countries have fought three wars over Kashmir. 

Read Article

China recruits Tibetans in new militia unit near border with India

The militia has been set up with the aim to use their information and skills in border area for collecting and using information of local geography and language

Read Article

Chinese cyber threat: Dragon is targeting Indian telecom and defence

On Thursday, Recorded Future, the world's largest provider of enterprise security intelligence, disclosed cyber espionage activity linked to a suspected Chinese state-sponsored threat activity…

Read Article

Exclusive: Disengagement at border with China is slow due to suspicions, India's Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat to WION

After the tense border standoff along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), India and China have begun the process of disengagement, but the negotiations have been proceeding slowly.

Read Article

Criticism of armed forces punishable by law in China now

According to the legislation, no organisation or individual may slander or denigrate the honour of servicemen, nor insult or slander the reputation of members of the armed services. 

Read Article

We are dealing with China in firm and non-escalatory way: Indian Army chief

India is dealing with the Chinese troops in a firm and non-escalatory way, all the while ensuring that the sanctity of India’s claims in eastern Ladakh

Read Article

China's PLA has deployed advanced rocket launchers in western theatre command: Report

PLA has also installed an artillery bridge along the area overseeing the Indo-China border, as reported by Chinese army’s official newspaper on Monday

Read Article

India, China to hold military talks on April 9

Last year, there were aggressive actions from the Chinese side at the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh, including at the Galwan in which India lost 20 soldiers

Read Article

We have copyright over Dalai Lama reincarnation: Tibetan govt-in-exile prez

"For almost 1000 years, we the Tibetans have selected our own reincarnate lamas, including the Dalai Lamas," said Lobsang Sangay, Sikyong (President) of the Central Tibetan Administration

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Will continue discussions with China to resolve remaining issues: Centre on Ladakh standoff

Twenty Indian soldiers were killed in the fierce hand-to-hand combat in the Galwan Valley clash, an incident that marked the most serious military conflicts between the two sides in decades.

Read Article

We should intensify cooperation instead of harbouring suspicion, says China's foreign minister Wang Yi on India-China relations

China's foreign minister Wang Yi asserted that the boundary dispute is "an issue left from history", adding that,"it is important that the two sides manage disputes properly".

Read Article

China's military budget to rise 6.8% this year, GDP target at above 6%

China's annual parliament session was attended by thousands of delegates to the National People's Congress (NPC) as the state-run media said the government will draft new measures to improve "the…

Read Article

Chinese cyberattack that caused the 2020 Mumbai blackout was a 'warning shot': Report

Stuart Solomon, Recorded Future's chief operating officer, said that the Chinese state-sponsored group, which the firm named Red Echo, "has been seen to systematically utilize advanced cyber…

Read Article

India-China standoff: China detains bloggers for questioning official version of Galwan clash

China had announced military honours for the four soldiers who had lost their life and a regimental commander who was injured in the clash with Indian soldiers at Galwan Valley in June, 2020.

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India-China standoff: Disengagement complete at Pangong Tso lake; commander-level talks on Saturday

Amid the India-China standoff, China had declared it was beginning the process of disengagement which was confirmed by India's defence minister Rajnath Singh in Parliament last week

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India-China standoff: 4 soldiers killed in Galwan clash with India in June last year, reveals China

Chinese state media said Chen Hongjun, Chen Xiangrong, Xiao Siyuan and Wang Zhuoran had died during the “fierce struggle” against “foreign troops”.

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Watch: India-China disengagement begins as tanks, combat vehicles move back

After the first phase of disengagement is completed, the two sides would start discussing the other friction points including the Patrolling Point-17 and PP-15.

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Indian Army targets AI-powered battle tanks with eye on China

The Indian Army is eyeing the "Future Tank" platform which it intends to induct by 2030.

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India-China standoff: How India intends to combat China's GJ-1 and GJ-2 armed drones along LAC in eastern Ladakh

GJ-1 and GJ-2 are part of  Wing Loong I and Wing Loong II systems capable of striking targets and can launch small air-to-ground missiles.

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China's People's Liberation Army pulls back from Pangong area along LAC

The Chinese and Indian armies have continued with the disengagement process in the North and South banks of Pangong lake in eastern Ladakh as per plan. 

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Why China's upgraded J-20 stealth fighter still cannot match IAF Rafale's firepower

Although China on Wednesday announced it was pulling back its troops from frontline areas along the LAC but Air Force from both countries continue to bolster their strike capability.

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India-China standoff: Why area along Pangong lake became a flashpoint

In July last year after the Galwan clash, India has firmly told the Chinese side to vacate Finger 5 area in Pangong lake.

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As India eyes more Rafale jets, why France is developing Future Combat Air System

Recently, an Indian Air Force pilot had that said Indian Rafale jets are more advanced and faster than the French counterparts. 

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Yudh Abhyas: India, US begin joint military exercise in western sector

The joint military exercise aims to enhance cooperation and interoperability in counter-terrorism operations.

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Indian Air Force fleet in April, 2022: How 36 Rafale fighters will change air equation along LAC in eastern Ladakh

In 2016, India had signed an inter-governmental agreement with France to procure 36-Rafale fighter aircraft at a cost Rs 59,000 crore.

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After Rafale, how Boeing's F-15EX fighter jet can change IAF's strike capability

Boeing has received a licence from the US government to offer its F-15EX fighter jet to the Indian Air Force.

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Ex-Desert Knight 21: Rafale jets spearhead India, France air exercise at Jodhpur

The India-France air exercise named 'Ex-Desert Knight 21' is taking place at a time when the IAF has been keeping its frontline bases on high alert amid the India-China border standoff.

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India-China standoff: Satellite image of winter at Galwan Valley emerges

The image shows Galwan valley and the exact faceoff site picked by satellite marked in a blue square.

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India-China standoff- How Indian Army is preparing to take on China's PLA in Ladakh's snow clad mountains

As the winters sets in over Line of Actual Control(LAC), India's Border Roads Organisation (BRO) has been working near the China border in Ladakh to ensure the Indian Army's movement in the intense

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India-China standoff: China's J-11 fighter jet spotted along LAC, how will it respond in dogfight with India's Rafale?

China's Shenyang J-11 fighter jet is a variant of the Russian Sukhoi Su-27 fighter manufactured by the Shenyang Aircraft Corporation.

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India-China standoff: How Indian Navy's MARCOS can change the game along Pangong lake in eastern Ladakh

The Marine Commandos or MARCOS, called Marine Commando Force (MCF) belongs to the special forces team of the Indian Navy. 

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Eye on China: India-led Quad displays military prowess in Malabar naval exercise

India, Australia, Japan and the United States had started naval drill in the Bay of Bengal, with all four countries keeping a wary eye on China's military.

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India-China standoff: How Indian Air Force's Apache, Chinook will take on China's attack helicopters along LAC

India's air chief Air chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria had said recently that the forces are "fully prepared" for a "two-front war".

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India-China standoff: October 20, 1962 - Why Rezang La & Shaitan Singh's bravery is still relevant along LAC in 2020

As Indian troops brave another winter in Ladakh, the echoes of Galwan clash and Rezang La battle still linger after all these years in India-China conflict. 

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India-China standoff: How US drones along LAC can tilt the balance in India's favour against China

Amid tensions along the LAC with China, reports say India has requested for six MQ-9 drones from the US at the cost of $600 million.

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Meet India's Rafale ace Flight Lieutenant Shivangi Singh

Ft Lt Shivangi had earlier flown the MiG-21 ‘Bison’ along with Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman who was involved in a dogfight with Pakistani F-16s last year.

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India-China standoff: How India's T-90 Bhishma battle tank is outflanking China's PLA at LAC

India has been openly reinforcing the T-90 tanks in its arsenal to take on China's Type-15 tanks at LAC.

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