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    After Ladakh Face-off, China May Intrude in Himachal Pradesh Much Before India Expects

    Since India doesn’t admit intrusions because of domestic politics and is pusillanimous to the idea of quid pro quo intrusions, China will go for Indian Territory wherever opportunity exists along the entire length of the LAC. Even as the PLA remains adamant against withdrawing its troops who...
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    Desh jhukne nahi dunga: Rahul Gandhi attacks PM Modi on reports of Chinese village in Arunachal

    Attacking PM Modi over reports of Chinese troops building a village in Arunachal Pradesh, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said, "Remember his promise - 'Mai desh jhukne nahi dunga' [Will not let the country bow]." Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi over...
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    Strike Corps reorientation comes for Ladakh but Army needs larger restructuring

    At last the Army has recognised that it is China, and not Pakistan, that is the principal threat to India’s national security. A crisis is an opportunity riding a dangerous wind’ goes a Chinese proverb. The Chinese-perpetrated crisis in Eastern Ladakh seems to have inspired the Indian Army to...
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    Chinese Survey Ship Caught ‘Running Dark’ Give Clues to Underwater Drone Operations

    Xiang Yang Hong 03 is a regular visitor through Indonesian and the Indian Ocean Analysis by The Intel Lab, using AIS data provided by MarineTraffic.com, shows several voyages to the Indian Ocean in the past two years. The ship uses Sea Wing gilder UUVs in the region and are commonly used to...
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    China is now the primary front, Army Chief General Naravane

    Renowned Indian defence analyst, Praveen Sawhney had a one to one discussion with the Indian Army chief recently. According to General Naravane the rules of the game have changed and now China is the primary front. According to one Twitterati, although the rules of the game have changed so the...
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    Did China ‘Bring-Down’ The Indian MiG-21 Fighter Jet Using Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Technology Near Pakistan Border?

    Did India’s enemies use electromagnetic pulse (EMP) technology to bring down a MiG-21 fighter near the Pakistan border on January 5, 2021? What perhaps assumes utmost importance, particularly, in a war-like atmosphere on the Indo-China-Pakistan border, which has been building up since last...
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    US declassifies its strategy to use India against China

    It paints a cold picture of how the US seeks to use its South-East Asian allies to contend with China and North Korea. The United States government has declassified its 2018 Indo-Pacific strategy for unknown reasons, although it was initially set to be released to the public at the end of 2042...
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    Army made emergency purchases worth Rs 5,000 crore amid standoff with China

    In view of the military tussle with China in Ladakh in June 2020 and increased tensions at LoC, the Indian Army spent Rs 18,000 crore to add to its firepower, including emergency purchases worth Rs 5,000 crore. The Indian Army spent Rs 18,000 crore to add to its firepower, including emergency...
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    China and India dig in at Himalayan border, with an eye on Washington

    There is no resolution in sight in the months-long border stand-off, with both countries’ militaries reinforcing their positions and no talks scheduled Analysts say Beijing is trying to get a better feel for what US President-elect Joe Biden’s China policy might be before making its next move...
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    Army's Combat Swarm Drones Fly In Public For First Time

    These drones can penetrate up to 50 km behind enemy lines and create havoc, while drone operators can stay hidden safely. From afar, they look like a flock of birds. But on closer look, they make a hum that only a machine can make and fly in a neat formation. These are combat drones of the...
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    No big spike in winter injuries despite massive deployment of troops in Ladakh: Army chief

    With a massive deployment ranging from 30,000-40,000 in the icy heights, the winter casualties were expected to be a challenge, but the timely winter supplies have ensured the numbers remain low. There has been a large scale deployment of Indian troops in Ladakh even during the peak winter...
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    China holds military drill near friction point with India’s Ladakh region

    People's Liberation Army (PLA) conducting live-fire drills at an altitude of over 4,000 metres on the Tibetan Plateau. (Photo courtesy: Defense Blog) China has released a video of its troops undergoing training at Depsang Plains along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) with India’s Ladakh region...
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    PLA soldiers manning the front line posts around the Pangong Tso

    Located at the pass of reqin mountain, the PLA posts below have prevented India's invasion ambitions in this sector. These brave PLA soldiers defy the extremities of nature and defend their motherland with honor. Posts at lower heights.
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    India again asks WHO to remove incorrect maps of J&K, Ladakh regions, seeks urgent intervention

    India has written to the World Health Organisation (WHO) expressing “deep displeasure” over the incorrect depiction of Indian maps and the territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. India on Friday shot of a strongly worded letter to the World Health Organisation (WHO) over wrongful...
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    Indian and Chinese Armour Face to Face Just Few Meters From the LAC

    Images from a Chinese Forum show armour from both countries facing each other right near the LAC. This faceoff is in the Chishul sector near Rezang La. The bulk of PLA armour comprises of T 15 light tanks along with some medium tanks( Type-88C or Type-96 MBT ). The Indian armour comprises of...
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    China's new microwave weapon can disable missiles and paralyze tanks

    An electronics-killing ray has a variety of uses in war. This weapon, which can pump out high-powered microwaves from a relatively small platform, could be the start of a new chapter in Chinese electronic warfare.Chinese Internet via Hongjian For over 6 years, Huang Wenhua and his team at...
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    In 2021, India's Military Faces Myriad Challenges

    While the standoff with China will dominate the operational agenda for all three services in 2021, they will also have to cope with equipment and resource shortages. The operational prognosis for India’s military in the New Year is, to put it mildly, perilous. It faces enhanced and relentless...
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    Pak-China together form a potent threat, Indian Army is fully prepared: Army Chief Naravane

    Facing tensions on both the fronts of Pakistan and China, India suspects that both countries may become a threat to India by collusion. Army Chief M M Narwane said in a press conference on Tuesday that Pakistan and China together form a potent threat to national security and their collusive...
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    India says trust with China profoundly Disturbed

    India’s Foreign Minister S Jaishankar said trust with China had been deeply impaired after last summer’s border clash in eastern Ladakh which resulted in the first combat deaths in 45 years. He also said at the Reuters Next conference that the relationship with the US was strengthening and that...
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    No withdrawal of Chinese troops from Ladakh border: Army Chief

    Dismissing reports that 10,000 Chinese soldiers have been redeployed, General Naravane said too much should not be read into either their presence or their going back, as these locations are between 500 to 1,500 km deep inside Chinese territory. There has been no withdrawal of Chinese troops...

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