India China standoff
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
China officially admits it lost soldiers in June 2020 Galwan valley face-off with India, awards posthumous honour to 4 soldiers
China has posthumously awarded honorary titles to 4 of those who had died during the Galwan valley face-off in June 2020
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.
While China built high-speed rail track, Indian liberals blocked highways around Delhi: Here is how the economy is a national security issue
At long last, we hear of a thaw in the bitter India-China standoff that began last April in Eastern Ladakh - but is it really over?
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.
Yesterday, Rahul Gandhi opined that India does not need the armed forces especially at Indo-China border.
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
Rahul Gandhi says if farmers and labourers are strong, India does not need to deploy armed forces at Indo-China border
Rahul Gandhi said that if India's labourers, farmers and weavers were strong, China would never dare to come inside India.
The vaccine diplomacy: The next battleground between India and China to dominate the global COVID-19 vaccine requirements
With apprehensions surrounding Chinese vaccines swelling, India has taken a lead in helping the world to combat coronavirus with its indigenously developed COVID-19 vaccines