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Armies of India, Pakistan agree to ceasefire observance along LoC

Armies of India, Pakistan agree to ceasefire observance along LoC

New Delhi: As per latest military development, India and Pakistan on Thursday announced to strictly follow all ceasefire pacts along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir from the midnight of February 24. A joint statement issued by the armies of both countries stated the move followed a

India-China16-hour-long talks fail to end LAC impasse at ‘friction points’

India-China16-hour-long talks fail to end LAC impasse at ‘friction points’

New Delhi: The marathon of military talks between India and China failed to reap expected outcome on Sunday as rival troop denied de-escalation at the remaining ‘friction points’ at Gogra, Hot Springs, Demchok and Depsang Plains in eastern Ladakh. However, the two reiterated their commitment to work for a mutually-acceptable

Parliament Panel plans to visit Galwan, Pangong sites; RaGa skips the meet

Parliament Panel plans to visit Galwan, Pangong sites; RaGa skips the meet

New Delhi: A day after the opposition leader Rahul Gandhi questioned Centre of conceding Indian territory to China, a  30-member parliamentary standing committee on defence intends to visit the Galwan Valley and the Pangong lake in the eastern Ladakh region which has been witness to a violent standoff between the

China lost 45 soldiers in Galwan valley clash with India at LAC: Reports

China lost 45 soldiers in Galwan valley clash with India at LAC: Reports

Beijing: The violent Galwan Valley face-off between China-India in May and June 2020 had martyred many soldiers of both the sides. However, till now China has maintained silence over the casualties it suffered in clash with the Indian troops in Eastern Ladakh, but a Russian news agency TASS now claims

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