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Agencies red-flag China-linked apps

New Delhi, June 18 -- Indian intelligence agencies have asked the government to block or advise people to stop the use of 52 mobile applications linked to China over concerns that these weren't safe a... Read More


PLA's plans for an observation post triggered clashes

New Delhi, June 18 -- It was the Chinese People's Liberation Army's insistence of constructing an observation post at Indian patrolling point that resulted in the violent scrap between the two sides o... Read More


Behind Galwan's bloody face-off, China's plan to interdict gateway to Karakoram

India, June 18 -- It was the Chinese People's Liberation Army's insistence of constructing an observation post at Indian patrolling point that resulted in he violent scrap between the two sides on the... Read More


PLA's plans for an observation post triggered clashes

India, June 18 -- New Delhi It was the Chinese People's Liberation Army's insistence of constructing an observation post at Indian patrolling point that resulted in he violent scrap between the two s... Read More


China's PLA is nibbling at the border in name of peace and tranquility

India, June 17 -- The Commanding Officer of 16 Bihar, Colonel Santosh Babu, and his fellow men lost their lives in a medieval-era clash, complete with stones and nail-studded clubs, with Chinese Peopl... Read More


'No compromise on borders': PM Modi spells out India's stance on row with China

India, June 17 -- India wants peace but is capable of giving a befitting reply if provoked, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday, his first remarks on the border clash between soldiers of th... Read More


Furious at torture of 2 staffers, India considers reducing mission strength in Pak

India, June 16 -- India could consider reducing its diplomatic presence in Pakistan in light of the abduction and torture of two high commission staffers who had stepped out on Monday, people familiar... Read More


Furious at torture of 2 staffers by Pak's ISI, India to put downgrade in ties on table

India, June 16 -- India could consider reducing its diplomatic presence in Pakistan in light of the abduction and torture of two high commission staffers who had stepped out on Monday, people familiar... Read More


2 'missing' Indian staffers released by Pakistan, have visible injuries: Official

India, June 15 -- Two Indian high commission staffers who went missing on Monday morning have been handed over at Islamabad's secretariat police station, barely 2 km from the Indian mission. The two s... Read More


2 Indian officials, missing for 7 hrs, being held at Pak police station 2 km away

India, June 15 -- Two Indian high commission officials who went missing on Monday morning are being held in a police station just 2 km from the Indian mission and will be released soon, people familia... Read More