Friday, 28 January, 2022
TopicChinese troops

Topic: Chinese troops

Why the Chinese build-up at LAC will set stage for a permanent solution

The fallout of the increased deployment will be that the LAC will de facto become the border with no scope for any change short of a limited war.

Nine rounds of military talks held with Chinese, no ‘visible expression’, says Jaishankar

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said senior military commanders of India and China will continue to hold talks on the process of disengagement of troops in eastern Ladakh Saturday.

LAC crisis will be a long haul, can cost both India and China

Prolonged deployment and maintenance of large bodies of troops in extremely inhospitable conditions is draining both India and China’s economies.

Satellite images reveal continued Chinese military build-up in Tibet and Aksai Chin areas

According to an assessment, Chinese troops appear to be getting ready for long & harsh winters, making the Indian Army cautious about the disengagement process.

Some deception, some posturing — the message from the Chinese military build-up in Ladakh

Satellite imagery experts say that Chinese presence in Ladakh has grown since May with the deployment of additional equipment and defensive structures.

BJP leader Kapil Mishra shares ‘report’ claiming 100 Chinese soldiers died in Galwan

The report, riddled with spelling and factual errors, was published on kreately.in, which is a website where anyone can sign up and post. 

China departed from LAC consensus, wanted to unilaterally change status quo, says India

According to the MEA, the ‘violent face-off’ could have been avoided if the agreement that was reached at the higher level was ‘scrupulously followed by the Chinese side’.

1975 Arunachal ambush — the last time Indian soldiers died in clash with China at LAC

Chinese forces had crossed over into the Indian territory at Tulung La in Arunachal Pradesh and ambushed a patrol of Assam Rifles jawans, killing four of them.

Doklam to Galwan: Have Modi-Xi informal summits been more about optics than border peace?

The standoff between Indian and Chinese militaries continues at Ladakh. India is deploying troops at multiple locations to mirror Chinese deployment.

Chinese troops challenge India at multiple locations in eastern Ladakh, standoff continues

The Chinese are reported to have moved about 3 km into Indian territory South East of the Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh.

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