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India returns Chinese soldier who strayed into Pangong Tso area

He was returned to the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) at the Chushul-Moldo meeting point at 10.10am Monday
A satellite view of the Line of Actual Control (LAC).(Reuters)
A satellite view of the Line of Actual Control (LAC).(Reuters)
Updated on Jan 11, 2021 12:16 PM IST
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India must inflict costs on China | Opinion

Unless these costs outweigh Beijing’s aggression gains, China will get away scot-free
Indian Army trucks depart towards Ladakh amid stand off between Indian and Chinese troops in eastern Ladakh, Manali-Leh highway in Kullu district, July 6, 2020(PTI)
Indian Army trucks depart towards Ladakh amid stand off between Indian and Chinese troops in eastern Ladakh, Manali-Leh highway in Kullu district, July 6, 2020(PTI)
Updated on Aug 20, 2020 08:18 PM IST
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By Brahma Chellaney

Wildbuzz: Star Wars over Pangong

There are those moments of magical glimpses that uplift the sufferance of human existence to a momentary merger with cosmic divinity
The Aakash Ganga over Pangong lake, Ladakh.(Photo: Dipyaman Santra)
The Aakash Ganga over Pangong lake, Ladakh.(Photo: Dipyaman Santra)
Updated on Jul 18, 2020 11:09 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, Chandigarh | By Vikram Jit Singh

Phone call at 8.45 am, then a video call: The backstory of the PLA’s pullback

Officials said the disengagement process was likely to be a gradual and calibrated process by both sides, with each point being negotiated by the military commanders on the ground.
Guided by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and in close coordination with external affairs minister S Jaishankar, NSA Ajit Doval persuaded his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi why withdrawal in Ladakh was in the best interests of PLA
Guided by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and in close coordination with external affairs minister S Jaishankar, NSA Ajit Doval persuaded his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi why withdrawal in Ladakh was in the best interests of PLA
Updated on Jul 07, 2020 12:27 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Shishir Gupta

Ladakh face-off: Troops deployed on LAC to get body protection suits, batons

Twenty Indian soldiers, including a colonel, were killed in a seven-hour brawl in Galwan Valley on Monday night.
The Chinese troops have been using stones, iron rods and nail-studded clubs to inflict serious injuries during border brawls.(PTI)
The Chinese troops have been using stones, iron rods and nail-studded clubs to inflict serious injuries during border brawls.(PTI)
Updated on Jun 19, 2020 02:31 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Rahul Singh

Stand-off between India, China resolved after talks

The face-off began when soldiers of the People’s Liberation Army objected to the presence of an Indian Army patrol along the lake’s northern border, leading to heated arguments and a scuffle between the two sides, said one of the officers cited above.
External affairs ministry spokesperson, Raveesh Kumar, told a regular news briefing there are existing mechanisms between the two sides to address such issues.(HT image)
External affairs ministry spokesperson, Raveesh Kumar, told a regular news briefing there are existing mechanisms between the two sides to address such issues.(HT image)
Updated on Sep 13, 2019 01:42 AM IST
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New Delhi/Beijing | By HT Correspondents

Indian, Chinese troops’ face-off near Ladakh’s Pangong lake ends after talks

As per reports, while the Indian Army was patrolling along the northern bank of the lake when the Chinese troops objected to their presence. A delegation level talks were held that helped de-escalate and fully disengage the stand off, said defence ministry officials.
The stand-off started while the Indian Army was patrolling along the northern bank of the lake when the Chinese troops objected to their presence.(Photo: ANI)
The stand-off started while the Indian Army was patrolling along the northern bank of the lake when the Chinese troops objected to their presence.(Photo: ANI)
Updated on Sep 12, 2019 12:52 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent

How one of world’s highest roads is being built in Ladakh

Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes.
Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world’s highest roads. (Photo by Gurinder Osan/ Hindustan Times)
Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world’s highest roads. (Photo by Gurinder Osan/ Hindustan Times)
Updated on Jul 10, 2019 02:12 PM IST
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Tangtse | By Agence France-Presse

China steps up surveillance along strategic lake with patrol boat, camera network

It was near the strategic Pangong lake, located at a height of more than 4,250 metres near the disputed border between the two countries, that Indian and Chinese soldiers clashed last August over allegations of territorial intrusions.
It was near the strategic Pangong lake, located at a height of more than 4,250 metres near the disputed border between the two countries, that Indian and Chinese soldiers clashed last August over allegations of territorial intrusions.(AP File)
It was near the strategic Pangong lake, located at a height of more than 4,250 metres near the disputed border between the two countries, that Indian and Chinese soldiers clashed last August over allegations of territorial intrusions.(AP File)
Updated on Apr 09, 2018 07:58 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, Beijing | By Sutirtho Patranobis, Beijing
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