India again asks China for 'complete disengagement, de-escalation' in Ladakh

Credit: IndiaTimes- Published on January 24, 2021
India on Sunday once again asked China for “complete disengagement and de-escalation” at all the face-off sites in eastern Ladakh, amid a deepening trust deficit due to the continuing consolidation of military positions by the Chinese Army all along the frontier.

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Published on January 25, 2021 -  01:38
Amid Ladakh standoff, Indian & Chinese forces clash in Sikkim l All updates
Indian and Chinese forces were involved in a confrontation in Naku La, North Sikkim on January 20, 2021. The Indian Army said that it was a minor face-off that was resolved by the local commanders under established protocols. This comes as India and China are involved in a standoff at the LAC in Ladakh. The ninth round of Corps Commander Level talks between India and China to address the ongoing military standoff in Ladakh was held on Sunday. The meeting lasted for more than 15 hours after starting at 11 am on Sunday at Moldo opposite Chushul in the Eastern Ladakh sector. Multiple rounds of talks have failed to yield any significant result in defusing border tensions. Watch the full video for all the details.

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on January 24, 2021 • IndiaTimes

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