New Delhi, May 24 -- The Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh remains tense with three stand-offs including one in Galwan valley. Local Army commanders from India and China have held at least three rounds of talks in the last one week, but to no avail. Against this backdrop, Army Chief General MM Naravane visited Leh on Friday to take stock of the situation. Efforts are also on to resolve the issue through diplomatic means.

Unconfirmed sources claimed the Indian patrol was accosted and beaten up by the Chinese Army in Ladakh 10 days ago.

His visit came at a time when the Indian side has bolstered its troop strength at all the face-off points after the Chinese did so, sources said here on Saturday.

Naravane's trip to Leh took place a ...