“During the first Commanders’ meeting on June 6, the Indian side committed no trespassing of the Galwan Valley for patrol and for building. The two sides agreed to set up observatory posts at the two sides of the Galwan river estuary, but the Indian side went against these agreements and asked China to dismantle China’s posts and also it crossed the Line to provoke which led to the clash,” he said. … [Read more...] about Galwan clash: China levels fresh blame against India, says New Delhi provoked clash
India and China on Wednesday decided to “sincerely implement” the understanding on disengagement and de-escalation reached by senior military commanders on June 6 to resolve the stand-off at four points in eastern Ladakh. The stand-off escalated into a violent face-off at one of the four locations earlier this month, leading to a spike in tension between the two countries. … [Read more...] about At 4-hr long India-China border talks, focus on de-escalation and disengagement
India and China on Wednesday discussed ways for easing the border tensions and possible future diplomatic contacts during the first formal diplomatic meeting since the June 15 clash in eastern Ladakh’s Galwan Valley during which 20 Indian Army soldiers were killed. … [Read more...] about India, China hold diplomatic meeting on border stand-off in Ladakh
“At the national level, the case fatality rate has declined to 2.72 per cent. This is lower than the fatality rates observed in many other countries in the world. The focus of Covid-19 management in the country has been to keep the fatalities low,” it said. … [Read more...] about India’s Covid-19 case fatality rate dips to 2.72 per cent: Health Ministry
Though the government has been pushing for exports of high-value manufactured goods across major markets in place of raw materials and input goods, India’s top exports to China remain in the raw materials category, shows the latest data released by the commerce department for FY20. … [Read more...] about What does India export the most to China?