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India-China standoff: Indian army captures PLA soldier, probing espionage angle

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.

Image of tombstone of deceased PLA soldier provides first evidence of Chinese casualty in recent clashes at Galwan valley

Images of the tombstones of deceased Chinese PLA soldiers has emerged that counter the claims of China that there were no casualties on their side

Chinese firms in India to be scrutinised for potential security threats and links with the Chinese Army

Chinese companies with investment interest in India will be scrutinised for their links with the Chinese army

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.

China in talks with Islamic terror group Al Badr as it moves 20,000 soldiers along the LAC, Pakistan deploys two divisions along PoK: Reports

While China has reportedly deployed 20,000 troops along the LAC, Pakistan is reportedly moving two divisions towards Gilgit Baltistan.

When Chinese propaganda video passed off scenes from Top Gun as their military exercise video

In 2011 the Chinese Armed Forces had tried to pass off clips of Hollywood movie Top as footage of PLA Air Force training exercise

China doesn’t care for the life or death of Manchu people: Manchurian freedom activist Bernhardt Silergi

Manchu activist Bernhardt Silergi, who lives in Munich, Germany, speaks to OpIndia about the Chinese occupation and exploitation of his people's land.

India-China border stand-off: Chinese troops suffer casualties too in the stand-off at Galwan valley, says Indian Army

The latest stand-off between India and China along the Line of Actual Control at Galwan, Ladakh on Monday night has now resulted in casualties from both sides

India-China border stand-off: Three Indian soldiers, including a colonel martyred during a clash in Galwan, Ladakh

In latest development from the Ladakh front, an Indian Army Colonel, who was the commanding officer of an infantry battalion and two Army jawans have been martyred during a clash with the Chinese troops at one of the standoff points in the Galwan Valley.

India and China disengage at multiple points in Eastern Ladakh, PLA troops move back at certain locations

The People’s Liberation Army has moved back its troops and infantry combat vehicles by 2.5 km by in Galwan area, Patrolling Point 15 and Hot Springs area. In reciprocation, India has also moved some of its troops back.

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‘Comedian’ Agrima Joshua, who calls herself ‘feminist’, passes offensive sexual comments against woman due to political differences

Agrima Joshua had earlier found herself in a controversy after insulting the Shivaji Maharaj memorial during a performance.

Bihar: Police arrest National Ulema Council Party candidate for campaigning on buffalo

Gaya Police has arrested Mohammad Parvez Mansoori for campaigning on a Buffalo for the upcoming Bihar Assembly Elections.

Game over for India Today? CBI registers FIR in TRP Scam after UP Govt recommends probe based on private complaint

CBI has registered an FIR to investigate the TRP scam after a private complaint was registered in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.

Paris beheading case: Victim Samuel Paty to be conferred France’s highest order, mosque to be shut down

Days after the history teacher beheading by a radical Islamist in Paris, the French govt has decided to confer the highest order of merit Legion d'Honneur posthumously.

‘Lockdown over but Coronavirus still here’: As PM Modi rings warning bell ahead of festive season, here are key takeaways from his address

In his 12-minute address, PM Modi urged people to maintain caution and wear masks while stepping out of their homes

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After Chinese phones blocking weather data for Arunachal and Ladakh, now Twitter shows Leh as part of China

Security analyst Nitin A Gokhale found that Twitter has labelled Leh in Ladakh as part of People's Republic of China (PRC)

During 26/11 Mumbai attack, Param Bir Singh refused to be on ground and take on terrorists, then Mumbai CP Hasan Gafoor had said

Hasan Gafoor, who was the Mumbai Commissioner of Police during the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, had accused senior police officials, including Param Bir Singh of not taking on the terrorists.

In 2012 ‘out of town’ Salman Khan partied with Parambir Singh in Mumbai on day Bandra cops could not serve him Court summons for...

As reported by Mid-Day in 2012, Salman Khan and Parambir Singh were both found attending a Christmas party hosted by Sunny Dewan and his wife Anu Dewan in Mumbai. This when the Bandra cops claimed Khan was not in town.

UK: 37-year-old paedophile named Rehan Baig jailed for raping chickens to death while his wife filmed it

Rhan Baig's wife had also joined him in the videos and at one point he alternated between having sex with his wife and the chickens.

Anti-Trump legal analyst of CNN and The New Yorker contributor suspended after masturbating on Zoom call

Jeffrey Toobin has offered an apology for masturbating on the Zoom video call and said that he thought he had put the video and audio on mute.

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