Indian and Chinese soldiers began an anti-terrorism exercise "Hand-in-Hand” in Chinese province with their eyes firmly on enhancing mutual trust and boosting cooperation between two of the largest and well-equipped armed forces in the world. The Indian contingent was led by Brigadier D.S. Shishodia along with the commanding officer Colonel Gaurav Srivastava. Shishodia said on Wednesday that the troops were mixed and organised in two companies in order to learn from each other. Exercise Hand-in-Hand formally begun at Miao Ergang which comes under Chengdu Military area. Miao is 150 km south of Chengdu. 150 Indian army contingents reached the Chengdu city on November 04, to take part in the anti-terrorism drills.