Who is soldier Prakash Singh Rana missing from China Border?

Who is soldier Prakash Singh Rana missing from China Border?

A soldier from Dehradun Prakash Singh Rana, stationed on the Indo-China border in Arunachal Pradesh, has been missing for the past 13 days, causing great unrest among his family members. Prakash Singh Rana was reported missing on May 29. Army officials informed his wife by telephone. According to the Times of India report, the soldier’s … Read more

Miram Taron of Arunachal Pradesh Kidnapped by Chinese Army

Ground Report | New Delhi: Miram Taron Arunachal; The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of China has allegedly kidnapped a 17-year-old boy from Siyungla area of Bishing village in Arunachal Pradesh. According to Arunachal MP Tapir Gao, the boy, identified as Miram Taron, a native of Jido village in Upper Siang district, has been abducted from … Read more

China builds illegal villages in Bhutan Territory: Reports

China builds illegal villages in Bhutan Territory: Reports

Ground Report | New Delhi: China builds illegal villages; China is building villages in the disputed Bhutan region, which are less than 30 km from the Doklam plateau. The revelation comes after high-resolution satellite images surfaced from security installations. China builds illegal villages According to NDTV, the revelation came after high-resolution satellite imagery surfaced with … Read more

China threat has not reduced at LAC: Gen Naravane

China threat has not reduced at LAC: Gen Naravane

Groud Report | New Delhi: China threat at LAC; Indian Army Chief of Staff General MM Naravane said the threat from China in the region has not abated while there has been a partial withdrawal of troops from several disputed areas in eastern Ladakh. General Naravane’s statement came as military commanders from both countries met … Read more

Tension with China: 60,000 troops spending 2nd freezing winter on Border

Tension with China 60,000 troops spending 2nd freezing winter on Border

Ground Report | New Delhi: Tension with China; In an attempt to resolve the ongoing clash on the Current Line of Control (LAC) in Ladakh, India, and China are likely to hold the 14th round of corps commander-level talks on January 12. Top government sources said “the situation on the ground is uncertain and “anything … Read more

China is building a bridge over Pangong Lake

What is China's new border law, and What is India's concern

Ground Report | New Delhi: China bridge Pangong Lake; China is building a bridge to connect the northern and southern banks of Pangong Lake in eastern Ladakh. China is building these bridges, which will reduce the time taken by China’s army to send People’s Liberation Army (PLA) personnel and its equipment to both sectors. The … Read more

China replaces soldiers with Robots In Tibet

China replaces soldiers with Robots In Tibet

Ground Report | New Delhi: China replaces soldiers with Robots; China is deploying machine gun-carrying robots in its western desert regions amid a clash with India because troops are struggling with the high-altitude conditions, it has been claimed. Dozens of unmanned vehicles capable of transporting both weapons and supplies are being shipped to Tibet, Indian … Read more

India rejects China’s claim on Galwan conflict

India-China LAC stand-off: Commander-level talks likely on Jan 12

Ground Report | New Delhi: India rejects China’s claim; India has rejected China’s claim of blaming India for the conflict in the Galvan Valley. China had said that the Galwan conflict was due to India’s violation of all agreements and encroachment on Chinese territory. ALSO READ: Who Is Sneha Dubey? Who gave befitting reply to Pakistan … Read more

China should avoid looking at ties with India as third country: S Jaishankar

China should avoid looking at ties with India as third country

Ground Report | New Delhi: China should avoid looking; The tension between India and China on the Line of Actual Control is not over. Some issues still remain the same. The meeting took place during the 21st SCO meeting of the Heads of State in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. The two foreign ministers discussed the current situation of … Read more

Tensions remain high as China and India hope for breakthrough in standoff

Chinese New Border Policy and its effects on India

Ground Report | New Delhi: Tensions remain high as China; The standoff with China that started in Ladakh last year is not over yet. Talks of talks from both sides keep coming to the fore but the tension does not seem to be reducing. Now news has come out that India will build 4 airports … Read more