1. Talks will continue but military pushback also on Delhi’s table  The Indian Express
  2. China sent martial artists to India border before deadly clash: State media  Times of India
  3. How China Built, Consolidated Key Galwan Position In 33 Days  NDTV
  4. Reading China right  The Indian Express
  5. Why China Issue Demands Comprehensive Strategy, Not Crisis Management  News18
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In fact, the specific words, “clash” and “fight” (takrav, ladai) have cropped up in discussions in the top leadership on the ongoing standoff with Chinese forces along the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh, highly placed sources told The Indian Express.In fact, the specific words, “clash” and “fight” (takrav, ladai) have cropped up in discussions in the top leadership on the ongoing standoff with Chinese forces along the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh, highly placed sources told The Indian Express.

Talks will continue but military pushback also on Delhi’s table | India News,The Indian Express

India News: China reinforced its troops near the Indian border with mountain climbers and martial arts fighters shortly before a deadly clash this month. Five newIndia News: China reinforced its troops near the Indian border with mountain climbers and martial arts fighters shortly before a deadly clash this month. Five new

China sent martial artists to India border before deadly clash: State media | India News - Times of India

A series of satellite images between May 22 and June 26 have enabled NDTV to piece together and visually showcase Chinese construction on the river-bend of the Galwan as it crosses the Line of Actual Control and flows into territory held by India in Ladakh.A series of satellite images between May 22 and June 26 have enabled NDTV to piece together and visually showcase Chinese construction on the river-bend of the Galwan as it crosses the Line of Actual Control and flows into territory held by India in Ladakh.

How China Built, Consolidated Key Galwan Position In Ladakh In 33 Days

#GalwanKeBalwan20 Indian soldiers including one Colonel were martyred amid clashes between the Indian Armed Forces and China's People's Liberation Army at the Galwan Valley in Ladakh. The Galwan river flows West from Aksai Chin before merging with the Shyok river. The Galwan valley cuts through the highest mountain regions in Ladakh which is well within the Indian side of the LAC (Line of Actual Control), but China's PLA soldiers they entered this area and put up tents on the high altitudes crossing the LAC and overlooking the Galwan river. This move by the Chinese blocked Indian Army's patrolling point no 14 which escalated tension between the 2 countries.What happened at the Galwan valley? How is India responding towards the Galwan valley faceoff? What would India's calibrated approach be towards the Chinese offensive?Times Now Executive Editor Vivek Narayan brings more details only on 'Galwan Ke Balwan'. Listen in!#GalwanKeBalwan20 Indian soldiers including one Colonel were martyred amid clashes between the Indian Armed Forces and China's People's Liberation Army at the Galwan Valley in Ladakh. The Galwan river flows West from Aksai Chin before merging with the Shyok river. The Galwan valley cuts through the highest mountain regions in Ladakh which is well within the Indian side of the LAC (Line of Actual Control), but China's PLA soldiers they entered this area and put up tents on the high altitudes crossing the LAC and overlooking the Galwan river. This move by the Chinese blocked Indian Army's patrolling point no 14 which escalated tension between the 2 countries.What happened at the Galwan valley? How is India responding towards the Galwan valley faceoff? What would India's calibrated approach be towards the Chinese offensive?Times Now Executive Editor Vivek Narayan brings more details only on 'Galwan Ke Balwan'. Listen in!

China’s past border tactics, especially in Central Asia, offer India a clue. The swoop in Ladakh is related to its growing domestic uncertainties.China’s past border tactics, especially in Central Asia, offer India a clue. The swoop in Ladakh is related to its growing domestic uncertainties.

Reading China right | The Indian Express

In the backdrop of troublesome territorial assertions, the ‘entity’ needs to be rethought of as a region of regionsIn the backdrop of troublesome territorial assertions, the ‘entity’ needs to be rethought of as a region of regions

In border claims, reimagining South Asia’s boundaries - The Hindu

India needs to overhaul how it deals with China, and India’s military apparatus itself needs its own strategic rethink if it is to play a meaningful part in this re-orientation. India needs to overhaul how it deals with China, and India’s military apparatus itself needs its own strategic rethink if it is to play a meaningful part in this re-orientation.

Why China Issue Demands Comprehensive Strategy, Not Crisis Management

The Galwan Valley skirmish and the COVID-19 crisis have both showed up our intelligence frailties

Saikat Datta | India's intel agencies make no use of big data analytics

A senior Army source said the disengagement process had kicked off, but it could take time for the Chinese to actually pull back military vehicles and camps massed close to the LAC. Satellite imagery from Sunday (June 28) confirm that there has been no backward movement of Chinese positions across the LAC, with heavy vehicles, earthmoving equipment and camps remaining where they were.A senior Army source said the disengagement process had kicked off, but it could take time for the Chinese to actually pull back military vehicles and camps massed close to the LAC. Satellite imagery from Sunday (June 28) confirm that there has been no backward movement of Chinese positions across the LAC, with heavy vehicles, earthmoving equipment and camps remaining where they were.

Ladakh standoff: Clear view of why China isn't budging emerges - India News

China sendsmixed martial arts trainers from Enbo Fight Club to Lhasa to train forces posted at LAC after hand-to-hand fight with IndiaChina sendsmixed martial arts trainers from Enbo Fight Club to Lhasa to train forces posted at LAC after hand-to-hand fight with India

China sends mixed martial art experts to train its border forces

Bollywood singer Sonu Nigam's video came after actress Kangana Ranaut on Saturday called out for a boycott of the Chinese products. As many as 20 Indian Army personnel, including a colonel, were killed during a violent clash with Chinese troops in eastern Ladakh's Galwan Valley on June 15.Bollywood singer Sonu Nigam's video came after actress Kangana Ranaut on Saturday called out for a boycott of the Chinese products. As many as 20 Indian Army personnel, including a colonel, were killed during a violent clash with Chinese troops in eastern Ladakh's Galwan Valley on June 15.

After Kangana Ranaut, Sonu Nigam appeals to boycott Chinese products after India-China border clash | Celebrities News – India TV

China still silent on Galwan casualties; failing to silence kin of slain soldiers: Report - The Chinese government has acknowledged the deaths of only a few officers so far.China still silent on Galwan casualties; failing to silence kin of slain soldiers: Report - The Chinese government has acknowledged the deaths of only a few officers so far.

China still silent on Galwan casualties; failing to silence kin of slain soldiers: Report

Contest now is to seize the initiative for which China is applying psychological, operational and even diplomatic means, in order to have an upper hand in negotiations in meetings. said an officer.Contest now is to seize the initiative for which China is applying psychological, operational, and even diplomatic means, in order to have an upper hand in negotiations in meetings. said an officer.

China keeps troop deployment normal along Arunachal border, contest on to seize initiative- The New Indian Express

China has reportedly deployed heavy air superiority aircrafts like the Sukhoi-30 and its strategic bombers near LAC.China has reportedly deployed heavy air superiority aircrafts like the Sukhoi-30 and its strategic bombers near LAC.

India Deploys Surface-To-Air Missile Defence Systems In Eastern Ladakh As Chinese Aircrafts Fly Near LAC

While some Indian government officials were tightlipped on whether talks to reduce tensions along their border would happen this coming week, others indicated that there was 'no dialogue scheduled in the coming days'While some Indian government officials were tightlipped on whether talks to reduce tensions along their border would happen this coming week, others indicated that there was 'no dialogue scheduled in the coming days'

No word on India-China meetings in coming days to reduce border tensions

The Indian military is amassing more men and material as a precautionary deployment along the 3,488-km-long disputed border with China.The Indian military is amassing more men and material as a precautionary deployment along the 3,488-km-long disputed border with China.

Indian military amasses more men, material at border with China

ITBP is responsible for guarding India-China border. But Army has to underwrite the entire effort when things turn nasty.   China’s border belligerence has made news around the world. It has land border disputes with India, Bhutan, Nepal (yes, Nepal too). On the eastern front, it has disputes with Taiwan, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia and Brunei […]

India-China face-off: A hard look inwards - The Sunday Guardian Live

New Delhi [India], June 28 (ANI): India and China will hold talks every week in the Working Mechanism for Consultation and Coordination (WMCC) meeting to discuss the ongoing aggression by the People's Liberation Army (PLA) in the Eastern Ladakh sector and find ways for de-escalating the tensionsNew Delhi [India], June 28 (ANI): India and China will hold talks every week in the Working Mechanism for Consultation and Coordination (WMCC) meeting to discuss the ongoing aggression by the People's Liberation Army (PLA) in the Eastern Ladakh sector and find ways for de-escalating the tensions

China silent over its casualties suffered in Galwan valley during talks: Sources

SRINAGAR: The crisis on Ladakh borders started soon after the Government of India unilaterally annulled Article 370 and announced the reorganization of the Jammu and Kashmir state, the latest media report asserts.SRINAGAR: The crisis on Ladakh borders started soon after the Government of India unilaterally annulled Article 370 and announced the reorganization of the Jammu and Kashmir state, the latest media report asserts.

Ladakh: Chinese Soldiers’ Behaviour Changed Days After Article 370 Was Revoked

The images appeared to show that the Indians had built a wall on their side and the China had expanded an outpost camp at the end of a long road connected to Chinese military bases farther from the poorly defined borderThe images appeared to show that the Indians had built a wall on their side and the China had expanded an outpost camp at the end of a long road connected to Chinese military bases farther from the poorly defined border

Weeks after Galwan Valley clash, satellite images show China has built outpost, track along LAC; stone wall erected on Indian side - India News , Firstpost

No specific reason was given in the state media reports about the new deployment but it was done during the ongoing border tension with India, which began in early May, and escalated into a deadly brawl earlier this month.No specific reason was given in the state media reports about the new deployment but it was done during the ongoing border tension with India, which began in early May, and escalated into a deadly brawl earlier this month.

China deployed martial art trainers along Tibet during border tension with India: Reports - world news - Hindustan Times

The move follows deadly fighting between Indian and Chinese troops in an area where guns are banned.The move follows deadly fighting between Indian and Chinese troops in an area where guns are banned.

Galwan Valley: China to use martial art trainers after India border clash - BBC News

by Rasul Bailay It’s probably safe to assume that you have by now heard of the Galwan River. Its valley is one of the flashpoints of the ongoing high-altitude standoff between the Indian and Chinese forces.by Rasul Bailay It’s probably safe to assume that you have by now heard of the Galwan River. Its valley is one of the flashpoints of the ongoing high-altitude standoff between the Indian and Chinese forces.

Why The Area Currently In Focus Because Of Chinese Incursions In Named After Galwan?

The US-China relationship is an extremely complex one; it is driven by many different dimensions each dimension has got its own logic. The UnitedThe US-China relationship is an extremely complex one; it is driven by many different dimensions each dimension has got its own logic. The United States of America, being a dominant power of the world, has engaged itself with many nations throughout the world. Mainly it has engaged itself in those regions of the world from […]

Sino-American Rivalry: Impact on South Asian Security - Modern Diplomacy

As senior Indian military officers are expecting a prolonged standoff in the China-India border region with the US reportedly voicing support for India, the Chinese military is demonstrating high military readiness on all fronts, as the intensive, simultaneous military exercises in the South China Sea, near Taiwan island and near the China-India border show India's wishful thinking of taking advantage of US support is merely an illusion, Chinese analysts said Sunday.

India's wishful thinking an illusion as PLA is prepared on all fronts - Global Times

India has deployed its air defence weapon systems in the sensitive areas where tensions with China have risen sharply following the June 15 Galwan Valley clash.

Israeli SpyDer, Pechora among India’s air defence weapons to counter Chinese -

The Modi government has not realised that escalation, once initiated, is controlled by the militarily stronger side, in this case the PLA.The Modi government has not realised that escalation, once initiated, is controlled by the militarily stronger side, in this case the PLA.

Changing the LAC Rules of Engagement With China Will Have Serious Consequences for India

The Modi government has not realised that escalation, once initiated, is controlled by the militarily stronger side, in this case the PLA.

Changing the LAC Rules of Engagement With China Will Have Serious Consequences for India

Although Indian and Chinese military commanders reached a “mutual consensus to disengage” from all “friction areas,” tensions continue to rise along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh. Satellite images reveal that China is yet to dismantle its tents and other prefabricated and other semi-permanent structures that it has been erecting at the Galwan Valley, Hot SpringsAlthough Indian and Chinese military commanders reached a “mutual consensus to disengage” from all “friction areas,” tensions continue to rise along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh.

DH Toon: No enemy movement, all's well, says PM over India-China border tensions | Deccan Herald

20 mixed martial artistes from Enbo Fight Club, which has produced UFC fighters in the past, have been enlisted to form ‘Plateau Resistance Tibetan Mastiffs’.20 mixed martial artistes from Enbo Fight Club, which has produced UFC fighters in the past, have been enlisted to form ‘Plateau Resistance Tibetan Mastiffs’.

China has now recruited mixed martial arts fighters into its army in Tibet: State broadcaster

20 mixed martial artistes from Enbo Fight Club, which has produced UFC fighters in the past, have been enlisted to form ‘Plateau Resistance Tibetan Mastiffs’.20 mixed martial artistes from Enbo Fight Club, which has produced UFC fighters in the past, have been enlisted to form ‘Plateau Resistance Tibetan Mastiffs’.

China has now recruited mixed martial arts fighters into its army in Tibet: State broadcaster

Today, Kangana Ranaut took to Twitter to condemn the attack on the Indian army by China and by way of the video, this Queen actress asked Indians to stand up for the nation and boycott Chinese products Today, Kangana Ranaut took to Twitter to record a video and pay tribute to the Indian Army who were attacked by the Chinese troops in the Galwan Vall...

Kangana Ranaut condemns brutal Chinese attack on Indian Army; Calls for boycott of Chinese products | PINKVILLA

China reinforced its troops near the Indian border with mountain climbers and martial arts fighters shortly before a deadly clash this month, state mediaChina reinforced its troops near the Indian border with mountain climbers and martial arts fighters shortly before a deadly clash this month, state media reported. Tensions are common between the t…

China sent martial arts fighters to India border - Asia Times

TOKYO -- The border crisis between China and India has begun to spill over into bilateral trade as the Indian government considers imposing&Huawei and car plant investment deal caught up in calls for tough measures

China-India border tensions spark trade friction in 5G and autos - Nikkei Asian Review

The academic speaks about China’s motivations and how caste and class hinder India’s foreign policy capacity.The academic speaks about China’s motivations and how caste and class hinder India’s foreign policy capacity.

‘China isn’t Pakistan. Can’t just do a surgical strike’: Jabin Jacob on Delhi’s Beijing challenge

The academic speaks about China’s motivations and how caste and class hinder India’s foreign policy capacity.The academic speaks about China’s motivations and how caste and class hinder India’s foreign policy capacity.

‘China isn’t Pakistan. Can’t just do a surgical strike’: Jabin Jacob on Delhi’s Beijing challenge

Tensions are common between the two nuclear-armed neighbours in the mountainous border terrain, but this month's fighting was their deadliest encounter in over 50 years.Tensions are common between the two nuclear-armed neighbours in the mountainous border terrain, but this month's fighting was their deadliest encounter in over 50 years.

China sent martial arts fighters to Galwan Valley before clash with India

Both India’s political and military intelligence would have picked up signals of the change in China’s stance. Only, if we prioritised China as much.Both India’s political and military intelligence would have picked up signals of the change in China’s stance. Only, if we prioritised China as much.

Calling LAC conflict 'intelligence failure' is lazy. It ignores India's real problem

Both India’s political and military intelligence would have picked up signals of the change in China’s stance. Only, if we prioritised China as much.Both India’s political and military intelligence would have picked up signals of the change in China’s stance. Only, if we prioritised China as much.

Calling LAC conflict 'intelligence failure' is lazy. It ignores India's real problem

The new troops were recruited with the aim of “strengthening the border and stabilizing Tibet,” China National Defense News said.The new troops were recruited with the aim of “strengthening the border and stabilizing Tibet,” China National Defense News said.

Did China Send Martial Artists Before Ladakh Stand-off? Chinese Media Claims

India moves air defense missile system into Ladakh sector following increased fighter aircraft activities by China in region - Anadolu AgencyIndia moves air defense missile system into Ladakh sector following increased fighter aircraft activities by China in region - Anadolu Agency

India-China row: India moves missile system into Ladakh

Congressmen Ted Yoho and Ami Bera expressed concern over the Chinese aggression and asked Beijing to use diplomatic mechanismsCongressmen Ted Yoho and Ami Bera expressed concern over the Chinese aggression and asked Beijing to use diplomatic mechanisms

'Enough is enough': US Congressmen Ami Bera, Ted Yoho concerned over Chinese aggression - Republic World

Read more about India is not much behind in capability, what we lack is scale: Gokaldas MD on Business Standard. Self-dependence should be interpreted as producing high quality goods required for Indian and global consumption in India with as much value addition as possible in the country, he saidSelf-dependence should be interpreted as producing high quality goods required for Indian and global consumption in India with as much value addition as possible in the country, he said

India is not much behind in capability, what we lack is scale: Gokaldas MD | Business Standard News

BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:30 P.M.) - Tensions between China and India are at a decade-long-high following a number of deadly clashes along the disputed borderBEIRUT, LEBANON (7:30 P.M.) - Tensions between China and India are at a decade-long-high following a number of deadly clashes along the disputed border

India deploys air defense system along disputed border with China

The deployment comes even as India and China are holding rounds of discussion to de-escalate the situationThe deployment comes even as India and China are holding rounds of discussion to de-escalate the situation

India moves missile defence system into Ladakh after standoff with China | The Express Tribune