Ind-China: ‘It may take long time to resolve dispute with China’: S Jaishankar

Foreign minister S Jaishankar has indicated in a special interview to English newspaper ‘The Hindu’ that it may take a long time to resolve the dispute with China over the Line of Control. The foreign minister compared this dispute with military tensions with China in ‘Samdorong Chu’ in Arunachal Pradesh in 1986, which took almost nine years to resolve. … Read more

Chinese army deployed in large numbers at Depsang plains

Chinese buildup in Depsang Plains

As India and China grapple with rising tensions in the Galwan Valley, Hot Springs and Pangong Tso on the Line of Actual Control (LAC), the Chinese army has crossed the border in another strategic area to the north, the Depsang plains. This intrusion is seen as another attempt by the Chinese to shift the LAC further west on the disputed boundary. Around 30 km … Read more

Tension continues on LAC between India and China

India China face off at border

Ground Report | News Desk Tensions between India and China are not new. The two countries—which share the world’s longest unmarked border—fought a full-fledged war in 1962 and have since engaged in several small skirmishes. Not since 1975 has a bullet been fired across their shared border. As a result, the theory that Sino-Indian clashes … Read more