Tension diffused but the problem persists on LAC: Army Chief General Naravane
New Delhi: Chief of the Army Staff, General Manoj Mukund Naravane, said that the solution to the tension on the LAC in Ladakh was to the satisfaction of both countries. The Army Chief pointed out that the LAC tension in Ladakh has not ended completely and there is a lot more to be achieved on that front.
Tenth round of India-China talks on Ladakh LAC begin
New Delhi: The 10th round of talks between senior Indian and Chinese military officials has begun to ease LAC’s tension in Ladakh. Both countries have completed the withdrawal process from the northern and southern parts of the Pangong Lake area.
Tension on Ladakh LAC has only brought disgrace to China: Lt Gen YK Joshi
Ladakh: – The Indian military officials have started talking more freely regarding the situation in the last nine months of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh after China has initiated military withdrawal from the region. A situation had developed for a war between the two countries following the Chinese intrusion, but the patience of the Indian Army avoided the conflict.
China to withdraw military even from sectors other than LAC in Ladakh
New Delhi/Beijing: The videos of Chinese military withdrawing from the north and south of Pangong Tso lake on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh, have been published. Although 150 Chinese tanks and five thousand soldiers have been withdrawn from the region, the LAC dispute is not resolved yet.