1. India pushes tonnes of supplies to disputed China border ahead of winter  Reuters
  2. India, China Fired 100-200 'Warning Shots' At Pangong In Early September  NDTV
  3. Indian, China troops exchanged gunshots twice last week as tensions rose  Reuters
  4. India and China are taking new risks along their border. It will be hard to restore peace.  Washington Post
  5. India accuses China of violating pacts, militarizing border  Washington Post
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Indian and Chinese border troops had an exchange of gunfire last week just days before a meeting of their foreign ministers, Indian officials said on Wednesday, in a further breach of a decades-old restraint at the frontier.Indian and Chinese border troops had an exchange of gunfire last week just days before a meeting of their foreign ministers, Indian officials said on Wednesday, in a further breach of a decades-old restraint at the frontier.

Indian, China troops exchanged gunshots twice last week as tensions rose | Reuters

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has misled the country on China's "encroachment" in Ladakh, Congress MP Rahul Gandhi said on Tuesday after Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, in a statement in parliament, asserted that the South Asian country "does not recognise the current boundary (Line of Actual Control)" and had attempted to intrude into the Indian territory in May. "Don't be afraid of taking China's name," Mr Gandhi tweeted.Prime Minister Narendra Modi has misled the country on China's "encroachment" in Ladakh, Congress MP Rahul Gandhi said on Tuesday after Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, in a statement in parliament, asserted that the South Asian country "does not recognise the current boundary (Line of Actual Control)" and had attempted to intrude into the Indian territory in May. "Don't be afraid of taking China's name," Mr Gandhi tweeted.

Rahul Gandhi Jibe At PM Narendra Modi After Rajnath Singh Statement On China In Parliament

TENSIONS between India and China are mounting after New Delhi accuses Beijing of laying cables and staking further claims on the disputed Himalayan border.TENSIONS between India and China are mounting after New Delhi accuses Beijing of laying cables and staking further claims on the disputed Himalayan border.

India-China panic: Beijing accused of major step at border flashpoint | World | News | Express.co.uk

Will diplomacy help defuse the latest tensions?Will diplomacy help defuse the latest tensions?

Can China and India ease tensions? - The Washington Post

From deploying mules to large transport aircraft, India's military has activated its entire logistics network to transport supplies to thousands of troops for a harsh winter along a bitterly disputed Himalayan border with China. In recent months, one of India's biggest military logistics exercisesFrom deploying mules to large transport aircraft, India's military has activated its entire logistics network to transport supplies to thousands of troops for a harsh winter along a bitterly disputed Himalayan border with China. In recent months, one of India's biggest military logistics exercises

India pushes tonnes of supplies to disputed China border ahead of winter

NEW DELHI (AP) — India’s defense minister accused China on Tuesday of violating past border agreements and expanding its troop deployments along a disputed mountainous frontier in the Ladakh region where the two countries have been locked in a military standoff for months. Rajnath Singh told Parliament that India has informed China through diplomatic channels that its “attempts to unilaterally alter the status quo were in violation of the...

India accuses China of violating pacts, militarizing border

The two sides have had a long standing agreement for troops not to use firearms at the poorly defined Line of Actual Control.The two sides have had a long standing agreement for troops not to use firearms at the poorly defined Line of Actual Control.

Indian, Chinese troops exchanged gunshots twice last week as tensions rose - World - DAWN.COM

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-richThe 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 …

China's Ladakh incursion linked to water security - Asia Times

India is engaging in psychological warfare by claiming that its army is preparing for winter as tensions between China and India rise, observers said, noting that neither the transportation nor the supplies of the Indian army in the glacier-covered region is as good as India claims.

India boasts winter war supplies, but its logistics are not as good as it claims - Global Times

Rajnath Singh’s statement before the Indian Parliament stood out for its blunt tone.Rajnath Singh’s statement before the Indian Parliament stood out for its blunt tone.

Indian Defense Minister Blames China for Ongoing Crisis, Suggesting India’s Military Option Remains Open – The Diplomat

Both India and China have been amassing troops in the Himalayan territory of Ladakh, where the two rivals have been engaged in a stand-off for five months. The heavy...Both India and China have been amassing troops in the Himalayan territory of Ladakh, where the two rivals have been engaged in a stand-off for five months. The heavy...

China Deploys 10,000 Additional Troops Along Ladakh Border, Indian Gov't Sources Claim - Sputnik International

Whether or not recent peace talks in Moscow will increase the chances of ending the Sino-Indian border dispute, the conflicting realities of India’s ‘friendships’ with Russia and the US underline that New Delhi should pay...Whether or not recent peace talks in Moscow will increase the chances of ending the Sino-Indian border dispute, the conflicting realities of India’s ‘friendships’ with Russia and the US underline that New Delhi should pay...

On shifting, unstable ground: India faces harsh realities as it navigates the China challenge and a swiftly changing world

Chinese troops on the country’s disputed border with India raised their combat readiness to the second-highest possible last week after an exchange of gunfire, but the alert was lowered after a meeting of the nations’ foreign ministers, military sources said.The increase, to second level, meant moreChinese troops on the country’s disputed border with India raised their combat readiness to the second-highest possible last week after an exchange of gunfire, but the alert was lowered after a meeting of the nations’ foreign ministers, military sources said.The increase, to second level, meant more

China-India border dispute: PLA raised combat readiness after exchange of gunfire, sources say

In episode 568 of #CutTheClutter, Shekhar Gupta analyses key takeaways from Defence Minister Rajnath Singh's speech in Parliament Tuesday.In episode 568 of #CutTheClutter, Shekhar Gupta analyses key takeaways from Defence Minister Rajnath Singh's speech in Parliament Tuesday.

What Rajnath Singh revealed about the India-China standoff in his Parliament speech

In episode 568 of #CutTheClutter, Shekhar Gupta analyses key takeaways from Defence Minister Rajnath Singh's speech in Parliament Tuesday.In episode 568 of #CutTheClutter, Shekhar Gupta analyses key takeaways from Defence Minister Rajnath Singh's speech in Parliament Tuesday.

What Rajnath Singh revealed about the India-China standoff in his Parliament speech

In the first official statement in Parliament on the India-China military standoff in Ladakh, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday said, China is trying to unilaterally alter the status quo on the Line of Actual Control, while India wants to peacefully resolve the ongoing confrontation.In the first official statement in Parliament on the India-China military standoff in Ladakh, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday said, China is trying to unilaterally alter the status quo on the Line of Actual Control, while India wants to peacefully resolve the ongoing confrontation.

Opinion | China is not willing to listen to reason | India News – India TV

The Pangong Tso northern bank incident took place ahead of the planned talks between the foreign ministers of the two countries - S Jaishankar and Wang Yi - in Moscow on September 10.The Pangong Tso northern bank incident took place ahead of the planned talks between the foreign ministers of the two countries - S Jaishankar and Wang Yi - in Moscow on September 10.

Beijing’s got no compunctions about breaking its diplomatic word if it can get away with itBeijing’s got no compunctions about breaking its diplomatic word if it can get away with it

Deal with China cannily and cautiously - The Hindu BusinessLine

China Opened Fire At LAC 4 Times in 11 Days As Indian Army 'Readjusted' Its Positions Along Strategic Heights

China Continues Troop Build Up At LAC, 52,000 Soldiers Deployed, Nearly 10,000 Positioned South Of Pangong Lake

“As of now, the Chinese side has mobilized a large number of troops and armaments along the LAC as well as in the depth areas. There are several friction areas in Eastern Ladakh including Gogra, Kongka La and North and South Banks of Pangong lake," Rajnath Singh said.“As of now, the Chinese side has mobilized a large number of troops and armaments along the LAC as well as in the depth areas. There are several friction areas in Eastern Ladakh including Gogra, Kongka La and North and South Banks of Pangong lake," Rajnath Singh said.

Pullback, peace if China sticks to Jaishankar-Wang pact: Govt in Lok Sabha | India News,The Indian Express

This came after Rajnath Singh told the Lok Sabha that China does not accept the ‘traditional alignment’ of the border and had attempted to transgress it.This came after Rajnath Singh told the Lok Sabha that China does not accept the ‘traditional alignment’ of the border and had attempted to transgress it.

Border tension: Rahul Gandhi takes a swipe at Modi, asks ‘when will you take our land back?’

This came after Rajnath Singh told the Lok Sabha that China does not accept the ‘traditional alignment’ of the border and had attempted to transgress it.This came after Rajnath Singh told the Lok Sabha that China does not accept the ‘traditional alignment’ of the border and had attempted to transgress it.

Border tension: Rahul Gandhi takes a swipe at Modi, asks ‘when will you take our land back?’

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Talks with China should be limited to and led by military commanders under political supervision with staff support from Indian foreign ministry officials, if necessaryTalks with China should be limited to and led by military commanders under political supervision with staff support from Indian foreign ministry officials, if necessary

LAC Stand-off | Let’s not talk to China for the sake of talking 

Arun JoshiJammu, September 16 The Indian Army has drawn comparisons between its preparedness and capacity to weather the extreme conditions in the icy Himalayan heights and declared that it is &ldquo“The Indian Army is fully prepared and more than capable of fighting a full-fledged war even in winters in Eastern Ladakh.” The Indian Army has drawn comparisons between its preparedness and capacity to weather the extreme conditions in the icy Himalayan heights and declared that it is “well prepared for the prolonged standoff in eastern Ladakh” where PLA troops have created an explosive situation.

Prepared to fight a full-fledged war in winters in Ladakh: Army : The Tribune India

The Army and the Air Force have started stocking essential supplies in Ladakh to meet troops' requirements ahead of the harsh winter.The Army and the Air Force have started stocking essential supplies in Ladakh to meet troops' requirements ahead of the harsh winter.

Ladakh crisis: Army has stocked winter supplies enough to last a year - India News

The Foreign Ministry in Beijing on Tuesday denied media reports that Chinese troops are laying fiber-optic cables at a point of contention on the border with India.The Foreign Ministry in Beijing on Tuesday denied media reports that Chinese troops are laying fiber-optic cables at a point of contention on the border with India.

Beijing denies reports of Chinese troops laying cables at border with India — RT World News

On Tuesday morning, a succession of the IAF'slarge transport aircraft landed at a forward base in Ladakh, carrying men and materials, as fighter jets roared overhead.On Tuesday morning, a succession of the IAF'slarge transport aircraft landed at a forward base in Ladakh, carrying men and materials, as fighter jets roared overhead.

Harsh Winter Ahead: India Pushes Tonnes of Supplies to Ladakh amid Border Faceoff with China

47 attempted infiltration along the India-Pakistan border were made during the last six months while no cases were reported along the China border, MHA saids47 attempted infiltration along the India-Pakistan border were made during the last six months while no cases were reported along the China border, MHA saids

No infiltration reported along India-China border in past 6 months: MHA

The comment comes on the back of bursts of bullets fired into the air last week on the northern bank of Pangong Tso amid a protracted stand-off with China along the Line of Actual Control (LAC).The comment comes on the back of bursts of bullets fired into the air last week on the northern bank of Pangong Tso amid a protracted stand-off with China along the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

‘Big experience of winter war’: Army’s northern command amid border row - india news - Hindustan Times

Home ministry officials said that infiltration is used for terrorist crossing from Line Of Control and is not the same as ‘transgression’ or ‘incursion’.Home ministry officials said that infiltration is used for terrorist crossing from Line Of Control and is not the same as ‘transgression’ or ‘incursion’.

LAC standoff: No Chinese infiltration took place in last six months, home ministry tells Parliament

The Indian army refuted Chinese claims, stating, “In the instant case, it was China's PLA troops who were attempting to close-in with one of our forward positions along the LAC and when dissuaded by own troops, PLA troops fired a few rounds in the air in an attempt to intimidate own troops.”

A battle on China's hands - The Statesman

Amid the tense standoff between India and China, Beijing is believed to have brought forward more troops in the past week along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh, taking its total troop deployment to approximately 52,000, reported Economic Times.Amid the tense standoff between India and China, Beijing is believed to have brought forward more troops in the past week along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh, taking its total troop deployment to approximately 52,000, reported Economic Times.

China deploys 10,000 troops at Pangong Tso; 50 battalions along LAC in Ladakh: Report

As a 2nd largest share-holder, India has right to take loans from AIIB, and it being Beijing based does not make it a Chinese bankAs a 2nd largest share-holder, India has right to take loans from AIIB, and it being Beijing based does not make it a Chinese bank

Rahul Gandhi, Telegraph term AIIB loans taken by India as Chinese loans

The border dispute between India and China is going on for nearly four months now. So far neither PM Narendra Modi nor Defence minister Rajnath Singh madeThe border dispute between India and China is going on for nearly four months now. So far neither PM Narendra Modi nor Defence minister Rajnath Singh made

China Occupied 38K sq kms In Ladakh: Defence Min Rajnath - Gulte

An Indian Express report claims that China has been spying on almost 30 prominent leaders, officers and bureaucrats from Kashmir Valley and Ladakh. An Indian Express report claims that China has been spying on almost 30 prominent leaders, officers and bureaucrats from Kashmir Valley and Ladakh. 

30 leaders, bureaucrats from Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh under Chinese surveillance: Report | India News | Zee News

Against the backdrop of the pandemic, India and China have engaged in a bitter border stand-off along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) for the last five months. While...Against the backdrop of the pandemic, India and China have engaged in a bitter border stand-off along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) for the last five months. While...

‘Fear Stained Faces’: Indians Mock Video Of Chinese Troops Practising Parachute Descent - Sputnik International

The Chinese Foreign Ministry on Tuesday (September 15) vehemently denied Indian reports of PLA troops laying optic fiber cables near the contentious LAC. Indian Captain Thanks Chinese Navy For Help; China Says Hope ‘India Sees The Goodwill’ This comes after two Indian officials while speaking to Reuters, had claimed that the Chinese troops had been […]

China Outrightly Rejects Indian Reports That PLA Is Laying Optic Cables Near LAC

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Appraising Rajnath Singh's address in the Parliament over the ongoing dispute with China, Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy stated that it was preciseAppraising Rajnath Singh's address in the Parliament over the ongoing dispute with China, Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy stated that it was precise

Swamy lauds Rajnath Singh's Parliament speech, asks China to forgo '1962 perception' - Republic World

How can Parliament speak with one voice on the troops when the prime minister and the government are not able to?How can Parliament speak with one voice on the troops when the prime minister and the government are not able to?

Parliament supports the Army on China – it is Modi’s decision-making that is in question

Eastern Ladakh, where a recent flare-up occurred, is typically manned by 20,000-30,000 soldiers. That deployment has more than doubled, a military official saidEastern Ladakh, where a recent flare-up occurred, is typically manned by 20,000-30,000 soldiers. That deployment has more than doubled, a military official said

While there has been no escalation of tensions in the past couple of days, China has however shown no signs of abiding by the agreements between the Special Representatives and foreign ministers on total disengagement.While there has been no escalation of tensions in the past couple of days, China has however shown no signs of abiding by the agreements between the Special Representatives and foreign ministers on total disengagement.

Class 70 bridges: India preps for long haul with China - Oneindia News

The government on Wednesday said there has been no infiltration along the Sino-Indian border in the last six months, while 47 infiltration bids have been reported along the Indo-Pak border during the period. The Union Home Ministry also informed the Rajya Sabha that 594 attempts of infiltration into Jammu and Kashmir by Pakistani militants have been reported in the last threeThe government on Wednesday said there has been no infiltration along the Sino-Indian border in the last six months, while 47 infiltration bids have been reported along the Indo-Pak border during the

No infiltration along Sino-Indian border in last 6 months: Govt tells Rajya Sabha | Deccan Herald

While Russia has denied mediating between India and China over the ongoing border conflict, it laid the groundwork for a meeting in Moscow which was attended by Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar along with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi on September 10. This was the first bilateral meet between the two ministers since the standoff […]

India-China Conflict - Is Russia Mediating Between India and China To Resolve Border Dispute?

The Opposition blasted the government for crushing their voice in Parliament on China and asked Modi to apologise for making a false statement on the issueThe Opposition blasted the government for crushing their voice in Parliament on China and asked Modi to apologise for making a false statement on the issue

India-China clash: Congress asks PM Modi to not hide behind the army - Telegraph India