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On 29th June 2020, amid the Ladakh standoff, the Government of India blocked access to 59 mobile apps including TikTok over security and privacy concerns.
The fallen Indian soldiers were honoured by the government and their last rites were performed in the presence of government representatives, accorded them the due status of martyrs.
EAM S Jaishankar lists out China’s mistakes, calls for course correction to repair relations with India
EAM S Jaishankar said bilateral relations cannot improve when China violates India's sovereignty with steps like the CPEC and works to keep India away from a permanent seat at the UNSC.
Sikkim: India foils China’s attempt to infiltrate, inflicts injuries on PLA soldiers in close combat
Besides 20 PLA soldiers, four Indian soldiers also reportedly sustained injuries in the clash at Naku La in Sikkim
Amidst border standoff with India, China sets up major military logistics hub in Tibet. Read details
With an expansionist policy in mind, China has also been setting up villages in uninhabited areas along the disputed borders with Bhutan and India.
The Indian Army had earlier informed that they had received correspondence from the Chinese side about the ‘whereabouts of its missing soldier’.
The army stated that the PLA personnel will be handed over to the Chinese officials at Chushul-Moldo meeting point, following the completion of formalities.
India a victim of Chinese aggression, US recognises Arunachal Pradesh as Indian territory: Read what US State Department said
On Friday, a senior US State Department official had dismissed the claims of the Chinese regime on India's territory of Arunachal Pradesh.
India-China standoff: MEA spokesperson rejects Chinese stand on Line of Actual Control. Read details
MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava has stated that the comments by the Chinese Foreign Ministry on the existence of 'only one LAC' ran counter to the bilateral agreements between the two sides.
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.