Before Galwan Pullback, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval’s Phone Call

[ad_1] NSA Ajit Doval held a telephonic conversation with Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi on Sunday. New Delhi: The one-km withdrawal by China at Ladakh’s Galwan Valley came after special representatives of India and China agreed to disengage, “take guidance from the consensus of leaders” and “not allow differences to become disputes”. National Security Advisor […]

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Not welcome: Japan’s Shinzo Abe could cancel state visit by China’s Xi Jinping

[ad_1] Chinese president Xi Jinping’s state visit to Japan, initially scheduled for April but put off due to the coronavirus pandemic, is set to be scuttled by Tokyo after loud protests within Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party. Xi’s state visit would have been the first by a Chinese President since 2008. Tensions […]

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‘Need to be close to our friends’: India holds naval exercise with Japan amid stand-off with China

[ad_1] Indian and Japanese warships conducted exercises in the Indian Ocean on Saturday, announced the navies of both the countries. The Japanese Maritime Self-Defence Force described the manoeuvres as designed to “promote mutual understanding” and consisted of four warships, two from each country. Naval exercises are now routine between India and Japan, but the timing […]

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“Relaunch Of ‘Scion’ For nth Time,” Taunts BJP Amid Rahul Gandhi’s Barbs

[ad_1] The BJP’s remark was in an apparent response to Congress accusing them of stonewalling opposition. (File) Highlights Ruling BJP derided Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in a series of tweets “A rejected dynasty is not equal to entire Opposition,” JP Nadda said “One dynasty’s interests are not India’s interests,” he added New Delhi: The […]

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Govt plans to cut import dependence

[ad_1] The government is working on a sectoral strategy to reduce import dependence by building local capacity, creating value chains and quickly attaining self-reliance in at least half-a-dozen areas ranging from footwear and furniture to technical textiles and medical equipment to electronics and defence production, people aware of the development said. The sectors will receive […]

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3 staggered clashes took place in Galwan Valley

[ad_1] Details emerging from the debriefing of Indian soldiers involved in the brutal Galwan Valley skirmish shine fresh light on the heroism of outnumbered Indian soldiers who fought off numerically superior rivals, string together the tactics of China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and provide a clearer picture of how the clash unfolded on June 15, people […]

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4 Soldiers Critical After Ladakh Clash, Says Report; 20 Soldiers Killed

[ad_1] New Delhi: Four Indian soldiers are in critical condition after the violent face-off with Chinese troops at eastern Ladakh on Monday evening, news agency ANI reported quoting sources. The Army confirmed yesterday that 20 soldiers were killed in the fight at Galwan Valley in Ladakh. 43 Chinese soldiers have been killed or seriously injured, […]

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