Captured Chinese soldier by India along disputed mountain border, updates

Captured Chinese soldier by India along disputed mountain border, updates

The Indian military revealed on Monday that its forces had captured a Chinese corporal who had strayed across the disputed, unmarked high-altitude border that zigzags between the two nations, the first time a soldier had been reported captured. Despite requests from Beijing, the PLA corporal will only be released after ‘formalities’ are completed.
India and China agree to stop deploying troops to disputed Himalayan border

India and China agree to stop deploying troops to disputed Himalayan border

China and India on Monday agreed to stop sending more troops to their disputed border in the Himalayas, following an escalation in tensions between the two nuclear powers, and avoid any action that might complicate the tense situation there.
The latest actions of India in the middle of escalating tension with China

The latest actions of India in the middle of escalating tension with China

Monitoring Chinese imports, banning series of Chinese charterers and investing more than $ 500 million in the Maldives are India's latest actions in the middle of escalating tension between India and China.
India fell into unprecedented "pincer" position in history while border's rising water put Chinese soldiers in danger

India fell into unprecedented "pincer" position in history while border's rising water put Chinese soldiers in danger

Indian media accused Pakistan of having "met up privately" with China before dispatching 20,000 troops and heavy equipment to the border. Since officially gaining independence from Britain in 1947, India has had four border wars with Pakistan and two with
Clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers in cross-border

Clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers in cross-border

A violent clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers broke out at a strategic mountain pass in the Himalayas on Saturday, May 9. Troops also threw stones in face-off involving 150 soldiers at remote crossing point near Tibet, says Indian army.
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