Denial, admission, glorification: China is now celebrating ‘martyrdom’ of its soldiers killed in Galwan valley last year making details public
Earlier in February, China had admitted to having lost 4 of its soldiers in the Galwan clash. The glorification of this slain soldier takes the official toll higher.
Indian Army rubbishes Business Standard report claiming fresh clash between Indian and Chinese troops in Eastern Ladakh as baseless
Indian Army said that intention of author of an article claiming fresh clash with China in Ladakh is malafide and not based on any truth
Watch: Indian Army releases video on first anniversary of Galwan Valley clash, Hariharan sings ‘Galwan ke Veer’
Indian Army video on the anniversary of the clash features a song titled 'Galwan ke Veer' sung by popular singer Hariharan.
China: Social media celebrity who mocked Chinese soldiers killed in Galwan Valley clash sentenced to prison
Qui Ziming, an internet celebrity in China, was arrested in February 2021 for smearing PLA soldiers killed in the Galwan Valley clash.
The Hindu’s claims about ‘minor faceoff’ with Chinese PLA in the Galwan Valley debunked by the Indian Army
"The article (by The Hindu ) seems to be inspired by sources who may be trying to derail the ongoing process for early resolution of issues in Eastern Ladakh," the Indian army emphasised.
A US-based research organisation had claimed that Chinese cyber attack may have been the reason behind Mumbai's power grid failure in October 2020.
A research quoted by NYT says that Chinese malware attack may have caused the massive power grid failure in Mumbai in October 2020.
The Quint quietly changes headline after hailing China’s Galwan Valley casualties as ‘martyrs’: Details
China has admitted, finally, that the PLA did suffer casualties during the Galwan Valley Clash with Indian troops.
China releases highly edited video of Galwan Valley clash to whitewash the embarrassment Indian Army made them suffer
China has released a heavily edited video of the events of Galwan Valley in June 2020 during the clash between Indian and Chinese troops.
China honours 4 soldiers who died during Galwan clash, disproves AltNews’ sly attempts to discredit India’s claims of Chinese casualties
AltNews, co-founded by Pratik Sinha and Mohammad Zubair, was a portal that propagated China claims and discredited India post Galwan clash