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China’s ingress in Arunachal Pradesh has to do with control of Tibet, Tibetan Buddhism: Report

Tawang, in the state of Arunachal Pradesh, is home to the oldest and second-largest monastery of Tibetan Buddhism outside of China's control, according to a report in Voices Against Autocracy. 

China trying to divert attention from problems back home by provoking India: Exiled Tibetan President Penpa Tsering

The Tibetan President-in-exile said, "China is feeling insecure, because in order to divert attention from the problems back home, China is now trying to provoke India."

‘Kharge should expel Rahul Gandhi from Congress’: BJP over ‘Chinese troops beating Indian soldiers in Arunchal Pradesh’ remark

BJP slammed Rahul Gandhi for his disparaging remark against the Indian armed forces in the wake of the Tawang clash.

Kiren Rijiju visits Yangtse in Tawang where Chinese military clashed with Indian soldiers, says Arunachal Pradesh is fully secured

Kiren Rijiju posts photographs with Indian soldiers from Yangtse in Arunachal's Tawang, says the state is fully secured

‘Chinese troops are thrashing India Army soldiers in Arunachal Pradesh’: Rahul Gandhi on Tawang clash

During press conference, Rahul Gandhi said Indian Army soldiers were being thrashed by Chinese troops in Arunachal Pradesh.

‘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. 

‘Incursion at LAC could be result of conspiracy between China, Pak: Former Army Chief Gen Chowdhury says India-China relation will remain tense

India's relations with China will always remain "somewhat tense" since Beijing considers India a challenger to its status, former Chief of the Army Staff General Shankar Roy Chowdhury has said

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.

Over 200 Chinese PLA troops came armed with spiked clubs, taser guns and monkey fists during a face-off along LAC in Tawang: Reports

The Chinese PLA had come prepared with spiked clubs, monkey fists and taser guns during their bid to intrude in India.

‘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.

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