21:26 | 22/10/2020
The Chinese soldier who strayed across the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Demchok sector on October 18 has been returned, both India and China confirmed while both sides are preparing to hold another round of senior military commander talks likely later this week.
14:44 | 29/09/2020
In a speech to the UN, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi appeared to take a swipe at Beijing and raised voice for the UN's reforms.
07:41 | 19/09/2020
Raja Krishnamoorthi, an Indian-American Congressman has urged China to end its military provocations and pursue a diplomatic resolution to the tense border standoff in Ladakh.
07:28 | 14/09/2020
China has released five Indian nationals it detained earlier this month in a region bordering Tibet,
08:22 | 13/09/2020
China and India have agreed on a five-point course of action to disengage and reduce tensions along the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
22:49 | 03/09/2020
India has banned another 118 Chinese mobile applications, includes PUBG Mobile, PUBG Lite, WeChat Work and Ludo All Star, after troops from the two countries clashed once again along their Himalayan border. But, what effect will the ban have?
07:42 | 03/09/2020
The Indian government on September 1 banned 118 more Chinese mobile phone applications, including popular online game PUBG.
13:59 | 26/08/2020
New Delhi is seeking to phase out Huawei or other Chinese equipment companies from its telecoms network without a formal ban though they allowed Huawei to participate in 5G trials earlier this year.
07:42 | 22/08/2020
India and China agreed to work towards complete disengagement of troops along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the western sector and to expeditiously resolve outstanding issues during the border mechanism meeting.
18:02 | 27/07/2020
The Information and Technology Ministry on Friday banned 47 Chinese apps violating user privacy. India has also prepared a list of more than 250 Chinese apps, including those related to Alibaba, for allegedly sharing Indian user data with Chinese agencies.
15:47 | 10/06/2020
China and India's latest border dispute may have mainly involved scuffles and troop maneuvers on the ground, but it has been all-out war in the respective countries' media.