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India China standoff

President Murmu chooses Tezpur air base to fly maiden sortie on Sukhoi 30 fighter jet amid China’s new stand on Arunachal Pradesh: Read the...

As China intensified its brazen effort to emphasise its claim over India's Arunachal Pradesh, President Droupadi Murmu opted to fly her maiden sortie from the Tezpur Air Force Station in Assam

‘Arunachal Pradesh a part of India, not China: US Senators introduce a bill, recognize McMohan line as the international border between India, China

The resolution staunchly rejects China's claims that Arunachal Pradesh is their territory, which is a result of the its increasingly aggressive and expansionist policies. It affirms that the United States recognizes the McMahon Line as the international border between China and the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh.

Centre clears the deck for a 78-km highway in Arunachal Pradesh, reaching 4km close to India, China, and Myanmar tri-junction: Report

The new highway will connect Dong, India's easternmost village, to Jachep, situated 4km from China and 20 km from Myanmar.

‘China has unilaterally tried to change the Line of Actual Control’: S Jaishankar on India-China standoff

EAM S Jaishankar lambasted China for its expansionist manoeuvres along the Line of Actual Control it shares with India.

Central govt to install 22 new mobile towers along the LAC in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh

The government has taken the initiative to improve mobile connectivity along the bordering areas, aiming at good mobile connectivity to security forces and civilians.

‘We oppose any unilateral attempts to advance territorial claims at the LAC’: US State Department slams China. What it said

The US State Department spokesperson also urged both India and China to resolve border disputes through existing bilateral channels. 

China claims Indian troops crossed the border and attacked its soldiers

China on Tuesday claimed that India had crossed into its border and 'obstructed' its army that led to the face-off.

Samajwadi Party leader calls Gujaratis ‘cowards’ while challenging PM Modi to declare war on China

Samajwadi Party leader IP Singh insulted Gujaratis by referring to them as 'cowards' over Indo-China scuffle at Tawang.

‘No Indian soldier seriously injured or killed, they foiled Chinese bid to unilaterally change the status quo’: Def Min Rajnath Singh in LS

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday addressed the Lok Sabha on the Indo-China clash at Tawang along the LAC.

India-funded school under ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ inaguagurated in Nepal even as communist party leaders court Chinese officials

Nepal has been freely engaging with Chinese authorities while also accepting favours from India without hesitation

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