China admits 5 soldiers, officers killed in clash with Indian Army

For the first time, China today said four Chinese soldiers and one commander died during a Himalayan border clash with Indian troops in June 2020, adding that the men were given posthumous awards. Continue Reading

Rajnath Singh hardens stand on border issue with China

India will not reduce the number of troops unless China initiates the process, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said over the eastern Ladakh standoff, while exuding confidence of finding a solution to the row through talks. Continue Reading

Customs’ scrutiny on all Chinese imports from 21 September

A stringent scrutiny of imported goods will reportedly start from 21 September to curb rampant violations of ‘rules of origin’ that have opened floodgates for dumping of Chinese goods in India through third countries such as Vietnam, Singapore and Indonesia with which New Delhi has free trade agreements (FTAs). Continue Reading

China bullying neighbours: Mike Pompeo

Hoping for a peaceful resolution of the situation on the India-China border, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday asserted that the Communist Party of China is engaged in a clear and intensive intensifying pattern of bullying its neighbours from the Taiwan Strait to the Himalayas. Continue Reading

How public attention is being diverted during Covid-19 tough times

Even as the entire world is fighting against the coronavirus pandemic, ‘incidents’ that have been happening in India lately have been diverting the public’s attention from the virus either voluntarily or involuntarily. Continue Reading

India, China decide to sort out issues through talks

Indian and Chinese armies are holding a Lieutenant General-level dialogue today in their first major attempt to resolve the month-long bitter border standoff in eastern Ladakh, a day after the two countries vowed not to allow “differences” become disputes and agreed to resolve them through talks. Continue Reading

Top US lawmaker slams ‘Chinese aggression’ against India

Terming China a “bully”, a top American lawmaker has voiced concern over the “Chinese aggression” against India, urging Beijing to “respect norms” and use diplomacy and existing mechanisms to resolve its border standoff with New Delhi. Continue Reading