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Fake news shouldn't be taken seriously: Chinese state media slams Pak report on Indian soldiers dying in Sikkim
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Fake news shouldn't be taken seriously: Chinese state media sl...

New Delhi last night dismissed Pak channel's report as "utterly baseless, malicious and mischievous". DNA, 4 days ago
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India quashes ‘malicious’ reports in Pakistani media claiming China killed 158 Indian soldiers in Sikkim

Pakistan's Dunya channel claiming that 158 Indian soldiers were killed in a Chinese cross border rocket attack. The post India quashes ‘malicious’ reports in Pakistani media claiming China killed 158 Indian soldiers in Sikkim appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com5 days ago India rubbishes Chinese media report claiming its army killed 158 Indian soldiers  Sify5 days ago 158 Indian soldiers killed in cross border attack, claims Chinese media  Sify5 days ago Watch: Jawans stop Chinese soldiers from entering Indian territory  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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Pakistan media report of Indian soldiers casualties in Sikkim baseless: MEA

Gopal Baglay also said that no cognisance should be taken of these reports by responsible media
 Business Standard5 days ago MEA rejects Pak media report of China killing 158 Indian soldiers  Rediff.com5 days ago India rejects 'malicious' Pakistani media report of soldier deaths  Prokerala5 days ago MEA rejects `malicious` Pakistani media report of death of Indian soldiers in Sikkim  Zee News5 days ago
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Pak summons Indian envoy to protest LOC violations

The Pakistan Foreign Office on Wednesday summoned the Indian Deputy High Commissioner JP Singh to protest against alleged Indian violations of the Line of Control (LoC).Director General (SA and SAARC) Dr. Mohammad Faisal handed over a letter of protest to ...
 Business Standard3 days ago We did destroy Indian posts, claims Pak Army in video  DNA1 month ago Pak summons Indian envoy over non-issuance of medical visas: Media  Deccan Herald2 months ago Outraged India summons Pak envoy  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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Social media videos: Action taken against 'unprofessional' soldiers

The Army has taken action against some of its personnel found not behaving in a 'professional manner' after investigating videos of alleged excesses against Kashmiri youths, Lt Gen J S Sandhu said today.However, some of these videos, which had surfaced on social media, were doctored to some extent and do not give the entire story, the General Officer Commanding of Srinagar-based15 Corps said.He also told reporters that 100-110 terrorists were active in the south Kashmir region according to ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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China envoy says Doklam stand-off grave; onus on India to end crisis

Concerns over the ongoing stand-off between Indian and Chinese troops near Sikkim have given way to warnings and threats. Beijing has gone on the offensive, threatening India of dire consequences if the tension is not diffused but New Delhi has held its ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago China escalates tension, accuses India Army of 'betrayal'  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Sikkim stand-off: India pushes more troops in Doka La in longest impasse since 1962  DNA2 weeks ago Chinese army tests battle tank in Tibet near Indian border  The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago
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War is possible if conflict with India is not handled properly: Chinese experts

China will resolutely safeguard its sovereignty in the border conflicts with India even at the cost of war, Chinese experts warned today, amid a standoff between the two nations in the Sikkim sector. As the standoff at the Doklam area continued for the third ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago War likely if Sikkim standoff mishandled: Chinese media  Sify2 weeks ago Indo-China Sikkim standoff third on LAC in a month  DNA3 weeks ago
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Chinese media ups the ante, asks India to withdraw with dignity

The Chinese official media today stepped up its attack on India with editorials asking Indian troops to move out of Dokalam area in Sikkim sector "with dignity or be kicked out" and describing the situation as "worryingly tense". While Chinas nationalistic ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Withdraw with dignity or be kicked out: Chinese media to India  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Soldiers' mutilation: If they behead one, we should behead 100, says Baba Ramdev

Yoga guru Baba Ramdev reacted strongly to the beading and mutilation of two Indian soldiers along the Line of Control, saying that the Army should “shy away from beheading 100, if they cut the head of even one soldier.’ Ramdev while addressing a ...
 DNA2 months ago
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No war, but skirmishes with China cannot be ruled out

Calling the talk of war in the Chinese media as posturing, senior defence and strategic experts believe that India and China may not go for a full-scale war, but skirmishes cannot be ruled out. The heights of the Doklam Plateau are occupied by the tents with ...
 catchnews.com3 days ago
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