China moves PLA battalion across India’s Lipulekh Pass. It’s a signal  Hindustan TimesView Full coverage on Google News
There has been thinning of troops at the standoff points along the LAC but the disengagement is still work in progress.There has been thinning of troops at the standoff points along the LAC but the disengagement is still work in progress.

China moves PLA battalion across India’s Lipulekh Pass. It’s a signal - india news - Hindustan Times

India has received a strong bipartisan support from members of the US Congress against the recent Chinese military aggression in Ladakh.India has received a strong bipartisan support from members of the US Congress against the recent Chinese military aggression in Ladakh.

Bipartisan Support In US Grows For India Against Chinese Aggression In Ladakh

Indian and Chinese troops have been locked in a bitter standoff in several areas along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh since May 5Indian and Chinese troops have been locked in a bitter standoff in several areas along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh since May 5

Bipartisan support in US grows for India against Chinese aggression

India for return to pre-standoff sites, military talks likely India for return to pre-standoff sites, military talks likely

Army to retain additional troops in Ladakh for the long haul | India News,The Indian Express

Ajay BanerjeeTribune News ServiceNew Delhi, July 30 More than two weeks after their last meeting and a deadlocked de-escalation process, Lt General-level commanders of India and China are slated to mConclave any time now even as India prepares for long haul Ajay BanerjeeTribune News ServiceNew Delhi, July 30

Army commanders to meet again over LAC : The Tribune India

With Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) dragging its feet on restoring the status quo ante along the 1,597km Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Ladakh sector, the Indian Army has started preparing for a long winter as it does not want a repeat of April 2020 next year.

Army won’t take eyes off Ladakh, preps to shop for Siachen-like gear for troops -