1. Chinese troops focus on 4 LAC locations, test new areas in Ladakh  The Indian Express
  2. Army Chief Reviews Security in Ladakh Amid Border Tension With China as 5 Rounds of Talks Fail  News18
  3. Chinese bunker in finger area, Galwan build-up raise concern  Economic Times
  4. Managing the border with China| HT Editorial  Hindustan Times
  5. India-China logjam  The Tribune India
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Along with Pangong Tso, where Indian and Chinese troops came to blows earlier this month, Trig Heights and Burtse have witnessed two-thirds of the total transgressions across the LAC.Along with Pangong Tso, where Indian and Chinese troops came to blows earlier this month, Trig Heights and Burtse have witnessed two-thirds of the total transgressions across the LAC.

Chinese troops focus on 4 LAC locations, test new areas in Ladakh | India News,The Indian Express

Both India and China have pumped in additional troops, built fortifications and pitched tents at a few stretches along the LAC in three areas in eastern Ladakh.Both India and China have pumped in additional troops, built fortifications and pitched tents at a few stretches along the LAC in three areas in eastern Ladakh.

Army Chief Reviews Security in Ladakh Amid Border Tension With China as 5 Rounds of Talks Fail

The incident has brought back memories from the Kargil war, when the Chinese side used the opportunity to build a five-kilometre-long track along the Pangong Tso lake to step up patrolling. The track was completed in record time after Indian troops were pulled out to counter the Pakistani incursions.The incident has brought back memories from the Kargil war, when the Chinese side used the opportunity to build a five-kilometre-long track along the Pangong Tso lake to step up patrolling. The track was completed in record time after Indian troops were pulled out to counter the Pakistani incursions.

galwan region: Chinese bunker in finger area, Galwan build-up raise concern - The Economic Times

Amid rising tensions with China along the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh, Army Chief General MM Naravane visited Leh on Friday to review the ongoing situation with the field commanders there.Amid rising tensions with China along the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh, Army Chief General MM Naravane visited Leh on Friday to review the ongoing situation with the field commanders there.

Amid Rising Tensions Along LAC In Ladakh, Army Chief General MM Naravane Visits Leh

THE escalating tension between Indian and Chinese armies along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) couldn’t be more ill-timed. While India is battling the Covid-19 pandemic on a war footing, China Both stand to gain from resolution of boundary dispute THE escalating tension between Indian and Chinese armies along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) couldn’t be more ill-timed. While India is battling the Covid-19 pandemic on a war footing, China is busy picking up the pieces and tackling international criticism over its alleged mishandling of t

India-China logjam : The Tribune India

The two countries need a better framework to deal with issuesThe two countries need a better framework to deal with issues

Managing the border with China| HT Editorial - editorials - Hindustan Times

“"For the first time since the Kargil intrusions of 1999, Indian territory is in the hands of foreign soldiers. Starting in the third week of April, over 5,000 Chinese soldiers have intruded at five points in Ladakh" Extraordinary lede... https://t.co/E1XpNvVuoZ”

Kabir Taneja on Twitter: ""For the first time since the Kargil intrusions of 1999, Indian territory is in the hands of foreign soldiers. Starting in the third week of April, over 5,000 Chinese soldiers have intruded at five points in Ladakh" Extraordinary lede... https://t.co/E1XpNvVuoZ"

“India rejects China’s claims of trespass, says PLA "hindered" Army patrols in Ladakh and Sikkim. China issues another statement, also hits out at US for commenting on bilateral dispute, calls Wells comment "nonsense".Reporting with @dperi84 @ananthkrishnan https://t.co/wOjgXiTTo2”

Suhasini Haidar on Twitter: "India rejects China’s claims of trespass, says PLA "hindered" Army patrols in Ladakh and Sikkim. China issues another statement, also hits out at US for commenting on bilateral dispute, calls Wells comment "nonsense".Reporting with @dperi84 @ananthkrishnan https://t.co/wOjgXiTTo2"

“India rejected China's allegations that Indian troops crossed over to the Chinese side of the frontier in Ladakh and Sikkim, asserting that New Delhi has been taking responsible approach towards border management. via ⁦@TOIIndiaNews⁩ https://t.co/wXodQv8xqP”

Amrita Bhinder on Twitter: "India rejected China's allegations that Indian troops crossed over to the Chinese side of the frontier in Ladakh and Sikkim, asserting that New Delhi has been taking responsible approach towards border management. via ⁦@TOIIndiaNews⁩ https://t.co/wXodQv8xqP"

“Whats happening in the Himalayas is part of this broader aggressive trend: @Chellaney tells @FinancialTimes about flaring tensions between China and India at border in Ladakh, Sikkim https://t.co/lXyb8qiCrO #Nepal”

Amy Kazmin on Twitter: "Whats happening in the Himalayas is part of this broader aggressive trend: @Chellaney tells @FinancialTimes about flaring tensions between China and India at border in Ladakh, Sikkim https://t.co/lXyb8qiCrO #Nepal"

General MM Naravane visited the 14 Corps headquarters in Leh and reviewed the situation with the top brass of the Northern Command, sources said.General MM Naravane visited the 14 Corps headquarters in Leh and reviewed the situation with the top brass of the Northern Command, sources said.

Army Chief reviews LAC situation amid mounting tensions with China - India News

More than 5,000 Chinese soldiers of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) have intruded into five points in Ladakh – four along the Galwan RiverMore than 5,000 Chinese soldiers of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) have intruded into five points in Ladakh – four along the Galwan River

Over 5,000 Chinese soldiers have intruded into five points in Ladakh: Report

Read more about A new and worrying chapter: Chinese intrusions in Ladakh gather pace on Business Standard. While patrol intrusions from both sides are routine in areas where the Line of Actual Control (LAC) - the de facto border between India and China - is disputedWhile patrol intrusions from both sides are routine in areas where the Line of Actual Control (LAC) - the de facto border between India and China - is disputed

A new and worrying chapter: Chinese intrusions in Ladakh gather pace | Business Standard News

Repeated talks between local commanders of the two Armies have failed to ease the tensions.Repeated talks between local commanders of the two Armies have failed to ease the tensions.

Indian Army Chief General M M Naravane Visits Ladakh Amid Tensions Between India And China Along The LAC: Report

General Naravane's security assessment of the situation in the highly sensitive region along the Chinese border came a day after India had rejected Chinese allegation that the Indian troops crossed LAC in Ladakh and Sikkim sectors and build up tensions between the two Asian neighbours.General Naravane's security assessment of the situation in the highly sensitive region along the Chinese border came a day after India had rejected Chinese allegation that the Indian troops crossed LAC in Ladakh and Sikkim sectors and build up tensions between the two Asian neighbours.

Indian Army Chief General Naravane Visits Ladakh Amid Tensions Between Indian, Chinese Troops Along LAC

Leh (Ladakh) [India], May 23 (ANI): At a time when there is stand-off at three locations in the Ladakh sector with Chinese troops, Army Chief Gen MM Naravane visited Leh to review the ongoing situation with the field commanders here.Leh (Ladakh) [India], May 23 (ANI): At a time when there is stand-off at three locations in the Ladakh sector with Chinese troops, Army Chief Gen MM Naravane visited Leh to review the ongoing situation with the field commanders here.

Army chief visits Ladakh to review LAC situation

NEW DELHI - Tensions between India and China are spiking along their undemarcated border, with analysts in India examining if this could be part of a larger pattern of Chinese assertiveness, or if it is a local flare up gone wrong.. Read more at straitstimes.com.South Asia News -NEW DELHI - Tensions between India and China are spiking along their undemarcated border, with analysts in India examining if this could be part of a larger pattern of Chinese

India-China tensions rise amid blame game over border rows, South Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

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