China on Monday said that the overall situation at the border with India was “stable and controllable”, and both the countries have “unimpeded” communication channels to resolve the issues through dialogue and consultations.
In a striking revelation, ever since the Doklam standoff with India, the Chinese military had already expanded its combat capabilities in high-altitude regions with new weapons like tanks, helicopters and drones.
“From the very beginning of the war, the firepower of the Indian army was extremely fierce. After two hours of fierce fighting, though the Chinese army occupied Galwan Valley, but the price it paid was too heavy.
As if battling a trade war with the United States was not enough, China’s vulnerabilities have increased also because of Covid-19, whose origins are believed to be from the L4 laboratory at the Institute of . . .
Chinese President Xi Jinping is so nervous about the position of the Communist Party that he is risking a new Cold War and imperilling Hong Kong’s position as Asia’s pre-eminent financial hub, . . .
China’s Defense Ministry said the navy’s only entirely home-built aircraft is carrying out sea trials to test weapons and equipment and enhance training of the crew.
Chinese maps from the late 19th and early 20th century show Aksai Chin -- a region under Chinese occupation since the 1962 war -- as part of the Ladakh region, a finding that supports India's position on the subject.
China has rejected US President Donald Trump's offer to mediate between India and China as tensions over border disputes continue to rise.
China’s State media on Friday said United States President Donald Trump was trying to “drive a wedge between China and India” over his offer to mediate amid the on-going border tensions.
The Army top brass kicked off an operational review of the overall security situation on Wednesday, even as the military assessment was that Chinese soldiers will have to unconditionally withdraw from Indian territory . . .
China on Wednesday said that the situation at the border with India is “overall stable and controllable,” and both the countries have proper mechanisms and communication channels to resolve the issues through a dialogue and consultation.
On October 3, 2017, when the Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist) and the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist Centre) decided to merge, Indian government should have taken a note.
The global backlash against China over its culpability for the international spread of the deadly coronavirus from Wuhan has gained momentum in recent weeks.
China on Tuesday said it is planning to send flights to India to evacuate students, tourists and businessmen facing "difficulties" in the country in view of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday ordered the military to scale up the battle preparedness, visualising worst-case scenarios and asked them to resolutely defend the country's sovereignty.