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
President Trump believed in backing India to take on China in Indo-Pacific region, reveals strategic document declassified by USA
USA envisions that India will remain preeminent in South Asia and will take the leading role in maintaining Indian Ocean security
Congress leaders spread fake news, twist Defence Minister’s statement to insinuate that China occupied 38,000 sq. km of land in the recent LAC stand-off
Congress leaders twist Rajnath Singh's statement on Aksai Chin to claim China occupied 38000 sq km Indian land recently
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.
Did you know? 1962 Sino-India war could have been avoided had former PM Nehru paid heed to professional military advice
Nehru and his government had ignored warnings by the Indian Army about a possible Chinese aggression, says 2012 report by Gaurav Sawant.
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
The territory of Vladivostok was a part of the Qing Dynasty of China and was handed over to the Russians via the Treaty of Peking in 1860.
Milind Deora disagrees with Rahul Gandhi again, says political mud-slinging over Chinese transgressions exposing divisions in the country
Milind Deora says that discourse over Chinese transgressions has deteriorated into political mud-slinging
Congress and its supporters share Indira Gandhi’s old picture from Leh and claim it was in Galwan Valley
As per PTI archives, the picture is from 1971 that was taken in Leh, over 200 km away from Galwan Valley
While China builds new fortifications, India moves its jets and helicopters to forward bases along LAC: Report
India has moved its fighter jets and helicopters to its forward bases along the 3488 km-long Line of Actual Control (LAC)