Articles about Pangong Lake

India, China share common interests that outnumber differences: Chinese FM

23 Jun 2022

Ladakh
India, China share common interests that outnumber differences: Chinese FM

Chinese Foreign Ministry has said that India and China share many common interests that exceed the differences between the two nations.

India, China disengage in Gogra after 12th round of talks

06 Aug 2021

Indian Army
India, China disengage in Gogra after 12th round of talks

India and China have agreed to disengage in the Gogra region of eastern Ladakh, the Indian Army said today, marking a breakthrough following the latest round of discussions between the neighboring countries.

Not conceded any territory in the agreement with China: Government

12 Feb 2021

Rahul Gandhi
Not conceded any territory in the agreement with China: Government

India, on Friday, said it has not conceded any territory as a result of the agreement with China for disengagement of troops in the Pangong lake area.

India, China agree to disengage along Pangong Lake: Rajnath Singh

11 Feb 2021

India
India, China agree to disengage along Pangong Lake: Rajnath Singh

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday informed the Parliament that India and China will remove forward deployments along the Pangong Lake in Eastern Ladakh in a phased manner.

Chinese soldier, apprehended in Ladakh, will be returned: Indian Army

19 Oct 2020

India
Chinese soldier, apprehended in Ladakh, will be returned: Indian Army

The Indian side caught a Chinese soldier in Eastern Ladakh, and he will be returned to the People's Liberation Army, the Army said in a statement on Monday.

Galwan-clash cost five soldiers, claims China; India says number higher

25 Sep 2020

India
Galwan-clash cost five soldiers, claims China; India says number higher

For the first time since the bloody June episode in Galwan Valley, China admitted its casualties, saying that five of its soldiers died. However, India is convinced the death toll is higher, with government sources telling News18 that China's count must be multiplied by three.

India-China tensions can escalate, but 'threshold of war' hasn't reached

10 Sep 2020

India
India-China tensions can escalate, but 'threshold of war' hasn't reached

With India and China laying reciprocal allegations on one another about warning shots being fired along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) this week, questions about a full-blown war between the nuclear-armed neighbors have received attention.

India dismisses China's claims, says PLA fired shots at LAC

08 Sep 2020

India
India dismisses China's claims, says PLA fired shots at LAC

India on Tuesday responded to the post-midnight claims of China that the Indian Army fired warning shots at the Southern bank of Pangong Lake, asserting that it was the People's Liberation Army that used firearms.

Defense Ministry accepts Chinese intrusion in Ladakh, later deletes document

06 Aug 2020

India
Defense Ministry accepts Chinese intrusion in Ladakh, later deletes document

For the first time since tensions with China sparked along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) earlier this year, the Ministry of Defense (MoD) admitted to intrusion. This information which was available on MoD's website since Tuesday has now been taken down, said reports.

Chinese choppers spotted near LAC, IAF sends fighter jets

12 May 2020

India
Chinese choppers spotted near LAC, IAF sends fighter jets

Last week, a couple of Chinese choppers were found flying dangerously close to the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh, prompting the Indian Air Force (IAF) to send its fighter jets.

Five best deserts in India you must visit

29 Nov 2019

India
Five best deserts in India you must visit

Still confused about your next travel destination?

Top five places you should visit in North India

31 Oct 2019

India
Top five places you should visit in North India

From magnificent hills to beautiful deserts and serene valleys, North India has it all.

One-day stand-off between Indian and Chinese soldiers ends in Ladakh

12 Sep 2019

India
One-day stand-off between Indian and Chinese soldiers ends in Ladakh

A stand-off between Indian and Chinese troops in Ladakh, which started after dawn on Wednesday, has been resolved after high-level talks, reports said on Thursday.

#TravelBytes: Five places where popular Bollywood movies were filmed

18 Aug 2019

India
#TravelBytes: Five places where popular Bollywood movies were filmed

From the beautiful beaches of Goa to the fascinating forts of Rajasthan, Bollywood has gone to various amazing places, making them even more iconic in the process.

#SwachhataHiSeva: For cleanliness drive, PM Modi picks up broom, again!

15 Sep 2018

India
#SwachhataHiSeva: For cleanliness drive, PM Modi picks up broom, again!

On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi kick-started the massive 'Swachhata Hi Seva' campaign, which will go on till October 2, the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

#TravelBytes: 5 most beautiful routes in India for cycling enthusiasts

24 Aug 2018

India
#TravelBytes: 5 most beautiful routes in India for cycling enthusiasts

Cycling isn't just an exercise. It's much more- the sheer joy of jumping onto your bike, and pedaling your way through beautiful surroundings is purely unmatched.

#TravelBytes: Top 5 deserts in India that you must visit

10 Aug 2018

India
#TravelBytes: Top 5 deserts in India that you must visit

Deserts are often and unconventional choice for those seeking to go on relaxing vacations, but what's the point of traveling if you're not willing to step out of comfort zones?

Chinese Army using new equipment for all-weather border monitoring

09 Apr 2018

POK
Chinese Army using new equipment for all-weather border monitoring

China's military is bolstering the management of its border defense by developing new types of equipment including a satellite early warning system that can be used to monitor the border areas in all environments, according to official media reports.

Expert: China should teach border troops Hindi to prevent misunderstandings

01 Nov 2017

India
Expert: China should teach border troops Hindi to prevent misunderstandings

China should teach Hindi to its troops deployed along the Sino-Indian border in order to prevent any "unnecessary" misunderstandings, according to Hu Zhiyong, a Shanghai-based international affairs expert.

China: 'India slapping its own face' with Ladakh road construction

25 Aug 2017

India
China: 'India slapping its own face' with Ladakh road construction

China has condemned India's plans to build a new road near Pangong Lake in Ladakh, where a scuffle recently took place between Indian and Chinese troops.