Galwan Valley
Books  /  Published 03.09.20

The old scars remain: Sino-Indian war of 1967

In total some 500 men were killed in the clashes at Nathu La and Cho La. The conflict has been much less remembered than the war of 1962. Yet, as DasGupta shows, memory does remain if one knows where ...
By Rana Mitter in

India  /  Published 30.08.20

Galwan: Warships on patrol

Following the Galwan valley clash on June 15 in Eastern Ladakh, the Indian Navy sailed out its frontline warship for deployment in the South China Sea reported ANI. The deployment is said to hav...
By Agencies in New Delhi

Jharkhand  /  Published 16.08.20

Village gets library on Independence Day

The children of the remote Bhandarshol village in Baharagora block of the East Singhbhum district celebrated freedom from ignorance on the 74th Independence Day, when the village got its first li...
By Antara Bose in Jamshedpur

India  /  Published 11.08.20

Galwan: no probe, says Army

The army on Tuesday dismissed media reports that it had conducted a court of inquiry into the June 15 clash with Chinese troops in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed. “No such inquiry has bee...
By Our Special Correspondent in New Delhi

India  /  Published 07.08.20

China arrest for Ladakh fatality ‘rumour’

China has arrested an Internet user on the charge of spreading rumours on Chinese fatalities in the June 15 clash with India in Ladakh by claiming that the deaths were the fallout of poor quality mili...
By Our Special Correspondent in New Delhi

Opinion  /  Published 01.08.20

China: what led to stand-off

From 2006 onwards, just prior to Hu’s visit to India, China reactivated her claim to Arunachal and Ladakh. There were increased intrusions and relations between both countries deteriorated, with...
By Lt Gen J R Mukherjee, PVSM, AVSM, VSM (Retd) in

India  /  Published 31.07.20

New China ploy to impose 'revised' status quo

China’s “misleading” claims about the disengagement process having been completed at most of the friction points are aimed at imposing “a revised status quo” where it hol...
By Imran Ahmed Siddiqui in New Delhi

India  /  Published 28.07.20

Rahul challenges politics of silence over China

Rahul Gandhi on Monday said he would continue to ask tough questions over the Chinese incursions even if  “my whole career goes to hell” in the process, asserting that “I am not...
By Sanjay K. Jha in New Delhi

Opinion  /  Published 25.07.20

China: In the end, the Big Loser

Many Indians thought former BBC journalist Humphrey Hawksley was being overly alarmist when he wrote the thriller Dragon Fire two decades ago about a war pitting China and Pakistan against India that ...
By Paran Balakrishnan in New Delhi

Opinion  /  Published 24.07.20

At risk: Covid threat for Sumatran orangutans

Sir — In Sumatra, orangutans — the creatures are already suffering immensely on account of habitat loss, hunting and pet trade — may now run the risk of contracting Covid-19 from man...
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