Ladakh

Pakistani Comedian Uploads Video of Alleged Chinese Soldiers Crying

Video footage surfaced on Sunday depicting soldiers of China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) crying on a bus while allegedly en route to the Indian border territory of Ladakh, a disputed area which has seen several recent clashes between the militaries of the two countries, Taiwan…

India accuses China of disregarding border agreements

India on Thursday hardened its position in the standoff with China in the western Himalayan region of Ladakh, accusing it of not matching its words with actions, as troops on both sides held their freezing mountain positions. There have, however, been no incidents since a…

Flashpoint fear as China menaces India’s north-east

China appears poised for fresh incursions into Indian territories 3,200km east of Ladakh where it has reached a stalemate after its first invasion in May. It is reported to be increasing its troops in south Tibet across from India’s Arunachal Pradesh state. The area was…

India Doubles Budget for Roads and Bridges near Chinese Border

Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said on Tuesday that the budget for building roads and bridges along the Chinese border will be doubled in response to China’s rapid infrastructure improvements on the other side. 0…

Ladakh incursion may be linked to water security

The latest Chinese incursions into India’s Ladakh region support the view that the next world war will likely be fought over water. The mineral-rich northern region, which is adjacent to Tibet, is known as one of the world’s biggest natural reservoirs. While the area in…

India, China trade blame over border tensions

India and China traded blame for rising tensions over their disputed Himalayan border on Saturday following their highest level meeting since a deadly clash in June. India’s Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and his Chinese counterpart General Wei Fenghe released rival statements accusing each other of…

India outflanks China, puts talks back on table

India may have found its voice again four months after being pushed onto the back foot by stealthy incursions by China into its northern mountainous region of Ladakh as it grappled with the coronavirus pandemic. As Indian troops reoccupy elevated positions overlooking Chinese troops, neutralizing…

India Sends Army Chief to Chinese Border in Himalayas

India sent a four-star army general to its northern Ladakh territory on Thursday to oversee troops’ operational readiness amid an escalating border dispute with China. On Tuesday, Tibetan officials said an ethnic Tibetan commander in the Indian Army was killed on 0…

India’s gamble on China policy looking like a bad bet

India’s China strategy has looked shaky over the last 10 months. It looks as though India has been facing severe anguish after it tried to tilt toward “the West” to counter China. The indefinitely protracted Sino-Indian military standoff in Ladakh has made New Delhi’s jitteriness…

Indian soldier killed in China border showdown

A Tibetan-origin soldier with India’s special forces was killed in the latest border showdown with Chinese troops on their contested Himalayan border, a Tibetan representative said Tuesday. The death is the first reported from two incidents in 48 hours on the border which has heightened…

China Brands Latest India Clash an Invasion of Border Territory

Chinese state media on Monday claimed Indian troops invaded Chinese territory by crossing the Line of Actual Control (LAC), the disputed border in the Ladakh region of the Himalayas that was the scene of a deadly brawl between Chinese and Indian troops in June. 0…

Indian Army’s professional credibility under question

Chinese diplomats have been accusing Indian frontline troops of either violating the chain of command or being misused by their seniors. They claim that the savage clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers in the Galwan Valley on June 15 was a result of the grave…

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