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China has been illegally occupying parts of Ladakh and PoK, it can not be allowed to make unilateral changes to LAC any more: Rajnath...
Raksha Mantri Rajnath Singh addresses the parliament on LAC situation, says Indian soldiers are prepared and any attempts by China to change status quo unilaterally will not be tolerated.
The Center had requested for a width of at least seven meters so that military vehicles could ply on the road. The request was denied. The planned two-lane highway is now down to a single lane.
After the Moscow meeting between the Indian and the Chinese Foreign Ministers, China releases statements not made by India
China makes claims after meeting of foreign ministers which were rejected by India and not included in joint statement
India Army strengthens its position along the Pangong Tso lake, occupies heights overlooking Chinese positions at finger 4
After southern bank, now Indian Army occupies heights on the northern bank of Pangong Tso lake, consolidates its position
Media reports of villages in Arunachal Pradesh near China border being vacated are false, says Defence Ministry
Some media portals had claimed that people living in villages near the Tibet border in Arunachal's Tawang area have been fleeing amidst the LAC tension with China.
Congress peddles lies against India using video of tourists vacationing on the Chinese side of Pangong Tso lake
Congress leaders and IT cell workers deliberately ignored the facts and tried to peddle the propaganda that there are Chinese tourists all over the Pangong Tso lake.
Global Times has been venting hot air against India for months now, since the Galwan standoff began.
ITBP takes control of key points along LAC, earlier unoccupied, Chief says the focus will now be on road construction: Reports
The ITBP, which is a specialized mountain force, is deployed on border guarding duties from Karakoram Pass in Ladakh to Jachep La in Arunachal Pradesh covering 3488 km of the Indo-China Border.
Chinese multinational company that owns PUBG loses billions, sees second-largest valuation dip this year after India bans app
Tencent becomes one of the biggest losers alongside China's ByteDance, whose flagship product TikTok was banned by India earlier.
With them losing ground rapidly on the moral plane, China needs to step back and make way for India as the leader in the world.