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20 August, 2017 5:15 PM Govt delegates greater financial powers to BRO to improve infrastructure

Concerned over inordinate delays in the construction of strategic roads along the India-China border, the defence ministry has delegated more administrative and financial powers to the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) for the speedy completion of the projects. NEW DELHI: Confronted with the abysmal progress in building infrastructure for swifter mobility 27

20 August, 2017 2:58 AM Watch: Video purports to show India, China soldiers clashing at Ladakh's Pangong Lake

A viral video on Twitter purports to show the recent violent clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers at the Pangong Lake in Ladakh that came as the Doklam standoff entered its third month. A video surfaced Sunday night purporting to show the August 15 clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers near the Pangong Lake (or Pangong Tso) in Ladkah through 15

19 August, 2017 7:05 PM Did Indian, Chinese troops pelt stones at each other in Ladakh on Aug 15? Video surfaces

Days after Indian and Chinese troops got involved in a shuffle in Jammu and Kashmir's Ladakh, a video of the stone pelting surfaced on Saturday, but army sources however said they cannot confirm its authenticity. The video shows soldiers pelting stones at each other and getting involved in fisticuffs by the bank of a lake. A scuffle took place between 13

19 August, 2017 5:50 PM Open Kargil to outside world, says Mehbooba

‘J&K can reclaim its status of gateway to Central Asia’ Chief Minister on Saturday called for opening up of the Kargil region “to the outside world as a gateway to Central Asia”. “Opening cross-Line of Control (LoC) routes can initiate a process of trade in the region by virtue of which J&K can reclaim its status of a gateway to the Central Asia,” said Ms. Mufti 20

18 August, 2017 6:39 AM Tata Tiago XTA AMT launched at Rs 4.79 lakh

Mid-spec XTA sits below the XZA AMT and is priced lower; loses out on some equipment. Tata has launched a second variant in the Tiago AMT line-up, known as the XTA, at Rs 4.79 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The mid-spec XTA is slotted below the top-spec XZA AMT trim, which was launched in March this year, and is cheaper by around Rs 46,000. The XTA AMT loses 33

17 August, 2017 6:56 AM China And India Dangerously Close To Military Conflict: Foreign Media

New Delhi: As nuclear posturing between North Korea and the United States rivets the world, a quieter conflict between India and China is playing out on a remote Himalayan ridge - with stakes just as high. For the past two months, Indian and Chinese troops have faced off on a plateau in the Himalayas in tense proximity, in a dispute prompted by moves 33

17 August, 2017 4:59 AM Ladakh clash: China may make more cross-border intrusions, warn agencies; troops asked to be alert

Chinese Army may try to carry out intrusions similar to the one that took place in the north bank of Pangong lake in Ladakh, Indian agencies said. The agencies have also stated that clashes are likely to take place in the Himachal, Sikkim and Arunachal sectors. Lipulekh Pass and Barahoti in Himachal, Uttarakhand may also face a similar face-off, the agencies 28

16 August, 2017 10:53 PM Indian forces bracing for ‘shallow intrusions’ by Chinese troops

The Indian forces are bracing for more “shallow intrusions” or “needling probes” from China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) in vulnerable spots along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), according to sources in the Indian defence establishment. NEW DELHI: The Indian forces are bracing for more "shallow intrusions" or "needling probes" from China's People's 41

16 August, 2017 4:10 PM Ladakh stone-pelting surprises officials

Standoffs between Indian, Chinese troops in the region almost routine in the summer months While standoffs in the Ladakh region between Indian and Chinese troops are almost routine in the summer months, what surprised officials was the pelting of stones between the two sides on Independence Day. On Wednesday, a day after the incident, the two sides held a flag meeting 13

16 August, 2017 1:27 AM India-China Ladakh lake skirmish unusual, possibly linked to Doklam standoff, intelligence report says

A military intelligence assessment of Tuesday's skirmish between Indian and Chinese soldiers says that the use of stones was unprecedented and that the confrontation could be linked to the Doklam standoff. The Independence Day morning confrontation between soldiers of the Indian Army and Chinese People's Liberation Army near the Pangong Lake in Ladakh 24