Chinese Incursions

  • Ladakh stand-off continues: Chinese helicopters drop food for its army Yesterday

    Leh/New Delhi: Tension persisted in Chumar area in Northeast Ladakh where Chinese troops were reported to have stepped up their presence in the wee hours of Thursday, camping at three places in the Indian territory and refusing to vacate. Official sources said helicopters regularly air dropped food packets for the Chinese...
  • Modi says must resolve incursion issue soon, Xi assures China determined to finding a solution Yesterday

    New Delhi: Amidst repeated incursions by the Chinese Army along the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday expressed concern over the issue in his meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping. Modi told Xi that it was important to address the border issue soon and...
  • As Modi, Jinping meet in Delhi, Chinese Army pushes in more troops into Indian territory in Ladakh 2 days ago

    Leh/New Delhi: Heightening tension, the Chinese Army pushed in more troops into Chumar village along the Line of Actual Control in the wee hours on Thursday, hours before the summit meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. According to sources, the Chinese side pushed in more...
  • PM Modi discusses incursion with Chinese President, to continue talks on the issue today 2 days ago

    New Delhi: As incursions continue by China's People's Liberation Army into the Indian side along the Line of Actual Control, Prime Minister Narendra Modi discussed the issue with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday. The Ministry of External Affairs said that the issue was raised by Modi on Wednesday and...
  • India-China confrontation in Ladakh continues; Modi likely to raise the issue during talks with Jinping 2 days ago

    New Delhi: Repeated incursions by China's People's Liberation Army into the Indian side al9ng the Line of Actual Control will figure in the talks between the two countries on Thursday on day 2 of meetings between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping. India and China held a...
  • India, China hold second flag meet on troops' face-off in Ladakh's Chumar sector 2 days ago

    New Delhi: India and China on Wednesday held a flag meeting to discuss the situation in Chumar sector of Ladakh where troops of both the sides are engaged in a face-off situation. The Brigadier-level flag meeting was held at a border personnel meeting point in Chushul, where the issue of intrusion...
  • Ladakh MP says Chinese army creating permanent structures in Indian territory, urges Modi to act 4 days ago

    New Delhi: With just two days to go for Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to India, the BJP MP from Ladakh, Thupstan Chewang has said that the Chinese army is threatening people living along the Indo-China border, and is encroaching into the Indian territory, "building permanent structures" on the Indian...
  • China enters Indian territory in Ladakh again, Opposition targets PM Modi July 28, 2014

    Ladakh: China has dared India again with another incursion in Ladakh. The Chinese Army has set up tents inside the Indian territory in Demchok in Ladakh. Bharatiya Janata Party MP Thupstan Chhewang said that the Chinese Army has destroyed nomads' tents in the area and have tried to erect their tents....
  • Chinese troops make fresh attempt to violate border with India March 19, 2014

    New Delhi: Chinese troops made a fresh attempt to violate the border with India in Chumar area in Ladakh. Nearly 20 Chinese soldiers said they were on a reconnaissance mission. They retreated only after the Indo-Tibet Border Police and Army jawans formed a human wall to block them. The incident took...
  • Army gets final nod for raising corps along China border November 19, 2013

    The government has given its final go ahead to the Army for raising a corps along the China border which will include the deployment of 50,000 additional troops there at a cost of around Rs 65,000 crore. The 17 Corps, the latest and the 14th such formation of the Army, will...
  • Not an inch of territory will be ceded to China: Antony September 6, 2013

    New Delhi: Under all-round attack, government on Friday told Parliament that not an inch of the country's territory will be ceded to China and the army is free to act in case of any dispute. Defence Minister AK Antony said capacities, including military capabilities, are rapidly being built along the Line...
  • BJP accuses government of soft approach towards China September 6, 2013

    There was an uproar in Parliament with members demanding a statement from Defence Minister AK Antony over the reports of Chinese incursion on Thursday. BJP leader Yashwant Sinha accused the government of soft approach towards China. He said, "Yes, it is definitely a soft approach. This is not just with...
  • Chinese do not adhere to LAC, says Sharad Yadav September 6, 2013

    Janata Dal United leader Sharad Yadav said the Chinese do not adhere to the Line of Actual Control. He said, "The incursions have been happening since China captured Tibet. The report is alarming." The remarks came in the backdrop of reports of Chinese incursion on Thursday. ...
  • NSAB report didn't say China intruded into India: Antony September 6, 2013

    New Delhi: The issue of Chinese border incursion rocked Parliament on Friday with parties demanding the government's statement. Defence Minister AK Antony clarified that the National Security Advisory Board chairman Shyam Saran in his report to the Prime Minister's Office did not say that China has occupied any part of...
  • Nothing to conceal on issue of Chinese incursion: Govt September 6, 2013

    New Delhi: The government Friday said it has nothing to conceal on the issue of Chinese incursion even as BJP accused it of "weak response". "Defence Minister (A K Antony) will be making a statement in the House on the press reports about Chinese intrusion, occupation of Indian territories. In Lok...
  • National Security Advisory Board chief denies Chinese incursion reports September 6, 2013

    New Delhi: National Security Advisory Board chief Shyam Saran denied media reports about Chinese incursions along the Line of Actual Control on Thursday. According to media reports an official NSAB probe report submitted to the Prime Minister's Office had said that Indian troops are not being allowed to patrol the...
  • Chinese troops not allowing India to patrol LAC: Reports September 5, 2013

    The National Security Advisory Board in its report on Chinese incursion has pointed out that the Indian troops are not allowed to patrol the Line of Actual Control (LAC), said reports. The report submitted to PMO says that the 640 sq km of Indian territory has been occupied by China. However,...
  • Strong response needed to LoC firings, Chinese incursions: Ex-Army chief VK Singh August 28, 2013

    India should mount a "strong response" to Pakistani firing across the LoC and increased border incursions by China, former Indian Army chief Gen (retd) V K Singh has said. "If the message you convey is, 'OK you can do what you want to, but we are not going to react to...
  • Chinese troops intrude into Arunachal Pradesh, stay for over two days August 21, 2013

    In yet another face-off with Indian soldiers, Chinese troops had come more than 20 kilometres inside Indian territory in Chaglagam area of Arunachal Pradesh on August 13 and stayed there for over two days. However, the Army Headquarters sought to play down the incursion, saying the Chinese troops have gone back...
  • BC Khanduri expresses concern over Chinese incursion August 6, 2013

    Expressing concern at Chinese troops recently stopping an Army patrol party near the LAC in Ladakh, former Uttarakhand chief minister BC Khanduri on Tuesday asked the Centre whether it intended repeating the history of 1962 by not taking the matter seriously. "Stopping of an Army's patrol party in Trade Junction area...
  • India, China meet to discuss peace, tranquility on border, says MEA July 24, 2013

    New Delhi: India and China held talks in New Delhi on Tuesday amidst the repeated reports of incursions by the Chinese Army. The meeting between the two countries was the third of the joint mechanism on border affairs. The Ministry of External Affairs damped down the speculation that a breakthrough...
  • I don't think 1962 Chinese invasion can be repeated: Surya Gangadharan July 23, 2013

    Chinese incursions continue across the LAC as fresh incursions are reported from North Sikkim, Ladakh and other sectors. Is India well poised to neutralise any possible threat? CNN-IBN's international affairs editor Surya Gangadharan joined IBNLive readers for an interaction on the issue. Q. Our political leaders have never spoken in one...
  • India-China border talks to begin today as Chinese incursions continue July 23, 2013

    New Delhi: After months of border tensions along the Line of Actual Control, the India-China Joint Mechanism on border issues will meet in Delhi on Tuesday for two days of talks. The meet comes days after the Indian government cleared a proposal to set up a new military unit to...
  • India, China hold talks to discuss peace, tranquility on the LAC July 23, 2013

    New Delhi: India and China began talks on Monday in New Delhi amidst fresh border tensions with more reports of incursions by Chinese troops in Chumar sector in Ladakh. However the Ministry of External Affairs has said that the peace and tranquillity on the border are on the agenda not...
  • Chinese troops had crossed LAC in Ladakh: Army sources July 21, 2013

    New Delhi: Army sources have confirmed an intrusion by Chinese troops on July 16-17 in the Daulat Beg Oldi Sector in eastern Ladakh last week. The intrusion took place at roughly the same place where the 20-day face off with Chinese troops took place in April. "Intrusion did occur by...
  • Chinese helicopters didn't cross the LAC in Chumar: sources July 15, 2013

    New Delhi: There are conflicting reports of intrusion by the Chinese in southern Ladakh. It appears that two Chinese military helicopters did not enter Indian airspace while it was alleged earlier that they flew over the Chumar Sector on July 11. Sources said that the helicopters were sighted flying alongside the...
  • Shah Rukh, Hrithik movies inspired Chinese trio to intrude into India July 14, 2013

    Leh: As security agencies probe the motive behind the infiltration of three Chinese Muslims through Sino-India border, the trio is singing a different tune. If the responses of the three persons to the interrogators are to be believed, it was the charm of Bollywood superstars Shah Rukh Khan and Hrithik...
  • China defends latest Ladakh incursion, says PLA was patrolling its side of LAC July 10, 2013

    Beijing: Virtually defending the latest incursion by the PLA in the Chumar sector in Ladakh, China on Wednesday said its troops were patrolling on its side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and asserted that "status quo" should not be changed pending a final settlement. "I have seen the...
  • BJP calls for tough stand on Chinese incursions July 10, 2013

    New Delhi: The BJP has called for tough stand against China following fresh incursion by its soldiers into the Indian territory. Senior BJP leader Yashwant Sinha said that Chinese troops infiltrated into the Indian territory in Ladakh and broke a camera set up by the Indian Army at the Line...
  • Chinese incursions: India needs to resolve border issue soon July 10, 2013

    New Delhi: In yet another case of cross-border incursion, Chinese troops infiltrated into the Indian territory in Ladakh and broke a camera set up by the Indian Army at the Line of Actual Control (LAC). These cameras were of high resolution and had been put up by the Indian soldiers...