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BusinessToday.In
February 10, 2021
The Indian and Chinese troops have been involved in a tense border stand-off in eastern Ladakh for over nine months, with Pangong Tso being the main focus of the tussle.


BusinessToday.In
September 15, 2020
Rajnath struck a combative tone and said China did not accept the customary and peripheral alignment of the Sino-India border


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, September 5, 2020
US President Donald Trump, in response to the India-China military faceoff along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh, said that it has been a very nasty situation and that the US is ready to help both countries. Watch the video for more.


PTI
July 22, 2020
The troops of India and China are locked in a standoff in several areas along the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh since May 5


PTI
July 2, 2020
Senior fellow at Brookings Institute Tanvi Madan told members of the House Select Intelligence Committee that since early May there has been attempts by the People's Liberation Army of China to 'unilaterally change the status quo' along the LAC


BusinessToday.In
June 25, 2020
China's PLA used the lull after the clashes to ramp up its troops in the four major points of contention. Consequently, the Indian Army has also increased its forces on its side of LAC


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 25, 2020
It's not over in the Galwan Valley yet. Indian and Chinese troops seem to have taken up new positions in the Galwan Valley, fresh satellite images show. According to the images captured on June 22, the day of Corps Commander-level talks in Ladakh, a new forward has been built-up by the Chinese army near Patrol Point 14. The images captured by Maxar's Worldview-3 satellite, show earth-moving vehicles, JCB machines and pre-fabricated sheds brought by the Chinese army. Watch the video for more.Also Read: 'Boycott China' chorus grows stronger; no entry for Chinese guests in Delhi, says hotels' body


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 25, 2020
Maxar's Worldview-3 satellite images show China has brought earth-moving vehicles, bulldozers, cranes and tar trucks, JCB machines at a large-scale construction site near Patrol Point 14 where a bloody clash took place between India and Chinese soldiers on June 15


BusinessToday.In
June 24, 2020
India-China border tension: This is because the disengagement process between India and China will be done in a phased manner that will involve de-induction of troops, artillery and armour


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 23, 2020
Chinese military movements were witnessed at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Tibet around June 17, across the border. Chinese PLA troops with armoured vehicles and tanks were seen in the area. This at a time when both countries were having disengagement talks to reduce the tension at the border. Watch the video for more.Also Read: 5-year anti-dumping duty on steel imports from China, Korea, Vietnam


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 23, 2020
india-China border clash: Modalities for disengagement from all friction areas in Eastern Ladakh were discussed and will be taken forward by both the sides, stated reports


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 20, 2020
China on Friday reacted guardedly to calls for a boycott of Chinese products and investments in India, following the brutal attack on Indian soldiers at the Galwan Valley, saying it values its relations with New Delhi and both countries are in talks to ease the situation. The boycott calls and the growing anti-India sentiment is causing a sense of disquiet in China especially among its telecom companies like Huawei, Xiaomi and Oppo etc which made a big dent in the Indian market. But, can India afford to have no business with China? Watch as Rajiv Bajaj, MD, Bajaj Auto, speaks on how boycotting Chinese products is no solution for India.Also Read: India-China stand-off: FinMin proposes curbs on Chinese investment in pension funds


BusinessToday.In
June 19, 2020
India and China held Major General level talks over the last three days which revolved around the release of 10 Indian Army personnel in the Chinese Army's captivity after the ugly clash between both sides on June 15


PTI
June 19, 2020
The State Department did not say if the recent India-China confrontation along the Line of Actual Control in East Laddakh appeared during the Pompeo-Yang talks in Hawaii.


BusinessToday.In
June 18, 2020
The June 15 confrontation between Indian and Chinese soldiers has once again prompted the Indian Twitterati to troll Jinping likening him to the popular cartoon character-Winnie the Pooh


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 17, 2020
Monday's clash between India and China was the biggest military confrontation in over five decades that had significantly escalated the already volatile border standoff between the two. The satellite images showed that despite being massively outnumbered by Chinese troops and losing at least 20 men, the Indian side still held its ground at Galwan, day after the clashes. The high resolution images from Ground Zero, taken on June 16, reflected a massive continuing build-up by the Chinese side despite the de-escalation agreement at the Lt Gen-level on June 6. Watch the video for more.Also Read: Chinese soldiers' attack 'pre-meditated and planned': Foreign Minister S Jaishankar tells Chinese counterpart


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 17, 2020
The Galwan river in eastern Ladakh has been in the news lately. It is one of the sectors where Indian and Chinese armies are at a stand-off. As per recent media reports, while both the armies are on their respective sides of the Line of-Actual Control (LAC), the situation is not yet normal. But India and China have had several conflicts in the past, one them being the 1967 Nathu La conflict. India's highest mountain pass in northeastern Sikkim, which is sandwiched between Bhutan, Chinese-ruled Tibet and Nepal was a bone of contention. But India managed to get the better of the Chinese soldiers. Watch the video for more.Also Read: India-China border clashes: How many Chinese soldiers died? Here's what we know


BusinessToday.In
June 17, 2020
The first casualty of this approach could be Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Co Limited (STEC). The Chinese company has successfully bid for the construction of an underground stretch of Delhi-Meerut RRTS (Regional Rapid Transit System) project


BusinessToday.In
June 17, 2020
India and China have been locked in a stand-off situation since May 5 in the area with the Chinese troops reportedly crossing the LAC from their bases in the Galwan River sector


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 17, 2020
India-China clash: The US State Department also said that PM Modi and US President Donald Trump discussed the India-China border situation during their June 2 phone call


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