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INTERNATIONAL - India blames Chinese troops for intrusion in Ladakh
The Nation Pakistan

INTERNATIONAL - India blames Chinese troops for intrusion in L...

NEW DELHI- Reports in the Indian media alleged that Chinese soldiers crossed the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Demchok sector of Ladakh on July 22, 2014 and vandalized tents set up by Indian shepherds there. In a separate incident, an Indian ... The Nation Pakistan, 1 month ago
China's dream, neighbors' nightmare Topnews.in, 5 days ago
Chinese Say in Territorial Claims New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago

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Times of India

Chinese troops intrude into Indian territory in Ladakh

The Indian press says that the incident occurred in the same place where a similar incident was reported a year ago. In the spring 2013, a group of Chinese soldiers intruded into the Indian territory, and that had led to a tense three-week ...
 Voice of Russia1 week ago No Chinese intrusion since 2010: Govt  Economic Times1 week ago No Chinese intrusion since 2010, only ‘transgressions': Govt  Times of India1 week ago No Chinese incursion: Army chief  The Statesman1 week ago
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RIA Novosti

China's 'Intrusion' Into India Unlikely to Lead to Serious Conflict - Experts

MOSCOW, August 20 (RIA Novosti)— Chinese troops have allegedly entered disputed territory along the Sino-Indian border, Indian media sources report, claiming it's not the first time China has made an incursion into the Indian border region. ...
 RIA Novosti1 week ago India Deploys 6 Akash Missiles at Northern Border to Deter China  International Business Times India1 week ago Defence Preparedness Along China Border  PIB1 month ago China And India In Another Territorial Dispute In Ladakh, But Versions Differ  International Business Times1 week ago
Times of India

Rerun of last year's standoff? Chinese troops intrude 25 km into Ladakh

NEW DELHI: Chinese troops reportedly entered almost 25 km into Indian territory in Ladakh on Sunday, in an area close to where the two sides had a tense three-week standoff last year. According to reports, the Chinese troops came deep into Burtse ...
 Times of India1 week ago Is India soft towards China?  Meri News1 week ago Chinese troops 'intrude' 25 km into Ladakh  E Pao1 week ago Chinese troops intrude 25 km into Ladakh  Sangai Express1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

No intrusion by Chinese personnel, says Indian Army

Defence minister Arun Jaitley being received by Lt Gen K.J. Singh, Western Army Commander, on his arrival for a one day visit to the Western Army Command in Amritsar on Monday. (Photo: PTI) New Delhi: Reports from Leh said a patrol by Indian ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago
Rediff.com

Chinese made incursion in Ladakh but...

India and China today admitted to intrusion by Chinese herdsmen into Ladakh last week but both the sides sought to play it down saying the issue was resolved amicably through a flag meeting. "The issue was properly resolved through the border ...
 The Echo Of India1 month ago India, China admit to intrusion by Chinese herdsmen in Ladakh  Rediff.com1 month ago India China admit to intrusion by Chinese herdsmen in Ladakh  Hindustan Times1 month ago India, China admit intrusion by herdsmen in Ladakh  Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago
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NDTV

Chinese pitch tents in Ladakh in fresh incursion attempt

NDTV reports: In yet another incident of intrusion by the Chinese, graziers reportedly pitched tents in the Demchok area of Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir this week but withdrew after talks between troops on either side of the border.Sources say the incident happened on July 22 when the graziers put up three tents at the Charding Nilu Nullah Junction in the Demchok sector, which is situated along the Line of Actual Control, the de-facto border between India and ChinaAn Indian patrolling team was ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Chinese Graziers Pitched Tents in Ladakh in Fresh Incursion Attempt: Sources  NDTV1 month ago Fresh incursion by Chinese troops in Ladakh`s Demchok: Reports  ZeeNews.com1 month ago Chinese graziers pitched tents in another incursion attempt in Ladakh  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Leh herb may help fight dirty bomb effects

LEH: In an altogether different way to combat Chinese intrusion, the Defence Institute of High Altitude Research (DIHAR), world's highest agro-animal research laboratory in Leh, is artificially cultivating herb Rhodiola imbricate. With its cheaper ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Chinese troops intrusion: Team sent to Barahoti border area

Chinese troops intrusion: Team sent to Barahoti border area Tuesday, 29 July 2014 | Pradeep Bhandari | Joshimath | in Dehradun The Chamoli district administration has now sent a 16-member team to the Barahoti area along the Indo-Tibet border ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
One India

No intrusion by Chinese since 2010, says govt

New Delhi, Aug 21: The BJP often slammed the previous UPA government at the Centre over its 'weak' foreign policy, citing frequent instances of border violation by Pakistan and China. But after coming to power in New Delhi, the saffron party decided to play ...
 One India1 week ago
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