Author: The Economic Times

Bhutan Protests to China Over Border Road Dispute

Bhutan has protested to China over the construction of a road in disputed territory that has already heightened tensions

Read More...

Narendra Modi, Donald Trump To Further India-US Defence Ties; Malabar Naval Exercise To Be Held Next Month

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Donald Trump have vowed to further India-US defence and security partnership, a highly

Read More...

Army Chief Bipin Rawat To Visit Sikkim Tomorrow Amid Standoff With China

Army Chief General Bipin Rawat will visit Sikkim tomorrow in the backdrop of a standoff between Indian troops and

Read More...

Cabinet Hikes Siachen Hardship Allowance For Forces

The Union Cabinet on Wednesday announced a hike in hardship allowance for soldiers serving in Siachen, increasing it above

Read More...

India Needs To Be ‘taught Rules’ To Handle Border Disputes: Chinese Daily

India needs to be taught the "rules" of handling the boundary dispute, a prominent state-run Chinese daily said on

Read More...

Withdraw troops to reopen Nathu La Pass, China tells India

China accused Indian troops of "crossing the boundary" in the Sikkim sector and put their immediate withdrawal as condition

Read More...

33 hours in airplane mode for PM Narendra Modi

When PM Modi lands back in Delhi on Wednesday, he would have completed perhaps the busiest and fastest multi-nation

Read More...
non-NATO

Declare Pakistan state sponsor of terrorism: US lawmaker

The Trump administration should cut off military aid to Pakistan, declare it a "state sponsor of terrorism" and revoke

Read More...

Situation along China border in Sikkim reviewed after incursion

Situation along the Sino-Indian border was reviewed today at a high-level meeting convened by the Centre following tension in

Read More...

Sam Manekshaw: Remembering India’s first Field Marshal

Sam Manekshaw's name will be etched in the history as one of the greatest soldiers India has ever produced.

Read More...

Mobile Sliding Menu