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China has been targeting Indian infrastructure using cyber attacks to possibly coerce New Delhi on the border issue that the two countries have been involved in since June last year. This comes even as India and China reaffirmed their commitment to ending the standoff in Ladakh late last month. According to a report by the New York Times quoting a study by Recorded Future, a US internet security firm, Chinese malware “was flowing into the…

Beijing: Four Chinese soldiers were killed during a fierce hand-to-hand battle with the Indian Army in the Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh in June last year, the PLA acknowledged for the first time on Friday, eight months after the biggest military confrontation between the two neighbours in over five decades. China’s military authorities have honoured two officers and three soldiers, including four who received the awards posthumously, for defending the country’s western border, the official…

While addressing a press conference from Congress headquarters in Delhi, Rahul Gandhi said that Modi has “not fulfilled the responsibility of protecting India’s territory” and has instead ceded territory to China. The move came in after the Defence Ministry of India said that both India and China have agreed to pull back. “The PM is a coward who cannot stand up to the Chinese. He is spitting on the sacrifice of our army. He is…

Chinese and Indian border troops on began disengagement according to the consensus reached during the ninth round of previously held military commander-level talks, Global Times reported citing China’s Ministry of National Defence. The development took place at the southern and northern shores of Pangong Lake on Wednesday, 10 February This happened after months of stand-off between the two militaries at the Line of Actual Control (LAC), during which a violent face-off last year between the…

The US State Department has said that it stands with India and that it is monitoring border disputes between India and China. The US State Department has said that it backs peaceful resolution through direct dialogue. “We continue to support direct dialogue and a peaceful resolution of those border disputes,” State Department spokesman Ned Price told a news briefing, adding, “We are concerned by Beijing’s pattern of ongoing attempts to intimidate its neighbours. As always,…

New Delhi: China has deployed a huge number of troops, armoured tanks, and military trucks along the Line of actual control in eastern Ladakh According to a report by Times Now, a video has surfaced which shows that People’s Liberation Army (PLA) continues to build up military assets close to the LAC. The news channel reported that China’s military has deployed around 350 tanks near the border. “Beijing has deployed a sizeable number of its…

New Ddelhi: The Sino-Indian border standoff along LAC in eastern Ladakh is expected to be “resolved peacefully very shortly”, the chief of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) S S Deswal has said, adding that the infrastructure along the LAC is also being ‘ramped up at a rapid pace’, reported Indian news agency, PTI. In a wide-ranging interview to the news agency, Deswal, when asked about the current military standoff with China in eastern Ladakh said “strains…

Army chief general M M Naravane on Tuesday said that he was hopeful that the Indian and Chinese militaries will be able to reach an agreement on disengagement and de-escalation of tension in eastern Ladakh. In an address at a seminar, the army chief said senior military commanders of India and China are holding talks to iron out modalities for deescalation of tension in eastern Ladakh. “We are hopeful of reaching an agreement which is…

New Delhi: As Indian and Chinese senior military began their eighth round of discussions for a possible resolution of the six-month-long standoff in eastern Ladakh on Friday morning, Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat attributed the tensions along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) to “transgressions and belligerent actions by the Chinese” and said India will not accept any change in the LAC and that status quo has to be restored. He underlined that…

The eighth round of Corps Commander-level talks is set to be held between the Indian Army and the Chinese PLA today. During the talks, the Indian Army will press for comprehensive disengagement of troops by the Chinese PLA from all the friction points in eastern Ladakh. The talks are slated to begin at 9:30 am in Chushul on the Indian side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh, the sources said on…