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India and China conduct 17th WMCC meeting virtually, both sides agree on early and complete disengagement of the troops along LAC
China and India emphasised that they will maintain military and diplomatic dialogue and consultation
No funeral rites for PLA soldiers killed in Galwan clashes, China ordered families to cremate them silently, say reports
The Chinese Ministry of Civil Affairs has directed the family members of deceased Chinese soldiers who killed in the Galwan Valley that they should abandon conventional burial services and instead cremate the soldiers discreetly.
Amidst rising demand to boycott Chinese products, Bollywood actor Karthik Aryan drops multi-crore endorsement deal with Oppo
Karthik Aryan has become the first Bollywood actor to drop a multi-crore deal with a Chinese brand.
Indian and Chinese sides move back at conflict areas along the LAC in Ladakh to create temporary non-patrolling zones
India and China have completed withdrawal from conflict sites along LAC at Galwan Valley, Pangong Tso lake and other conflict areas
Expansionism was Ravana’s undoing: Uttarakhand minister sends a copy of Ramayana to Chinese Premier Xi Jinping
Gifting a copy of Ramayana, Uttarakhand tourism minister Satpal Maharaj urged Chinese President Xi Jinping to draw wisdom from Ravana's defeat in the epic and put his resources to a better use.
Galwan standoff breathes life into the ‘Free Tibet’ movement, Tibetan activists hope India will soon address the Chinese occupation of Tibet
In the aftermath of the Galwan stand-off, the movement to free Tibet from the clutches of China has once again gathered steam.
‘China is not a hostile power’: Former advisor to PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee downplays Chinese aggression, calls campaign to boycott Chinese products ‘stupid’
Kulkarni even encourages Indians to seek inspiration from China's achievements, amidst the border standoff at the Line of Actual Control.
Disengagement reported from LAC’s Galwan and Pangong Tso after talks between NSA Doval and Chinese Foreign Minister, China confirms
After Galwan Valley, China has also been pulling back from Finger 4 Pangong, the 1st such pullback from the area since May 10.
Galwan Valley: Buffer zone established at clash location, Indian, Chinese forces remove temporary structures, reports suggest
On June 15, around 20 Indian soldiers were killed in action when Chinese troops had attacked them with stones, batons and barbed wires.
Ladakh standoff: Tibetan community in Manali cheer for Indian Army, wave flags as the convoy passes by
The current standoff between India and China began on May 5-6 and has been continuing all along the LAC up to Sikkim.