Eastern Ladakh: India, China agree to maintain stability on ground; avoid any new incidents
Saturday, 10 April 2021 India and China have agreed at their 11th round of military talks to jointly maintain stability on the ground, and avoid any new incidents in eastern Ladakh. A day after the talks, the Indian Army on Saturday said the two sides agreed on the need to resolve the outstanding issues in an expeditious manner in accordance with the existing agreements and protocols.
Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat on April 07 said China is capable of launching cyber attacks against India and disrupt large amount of our systems. "Over years, a capability differential has come in (b/w India and China). China has invested a lot of funds to imbibe technology and they have...
Army Chief General MM Naravane, speaking on the India-China disengagement at Ladakh, on Tuesday said that India has not lost out on any territory and the situation was where it was before the border dispute started. "We have not lost out on any territory, we are where we were before this whole thing started...Not an inch of land has been lost," he told ANI when asked about the disengagement process between the two countries.
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After a long gap of almost a year, the schools in UT of Ladakh reopened for Class 6 onwards on March 30. They were shut due to COVID-19 pandemic. COVID norms have to be followed at schools which are reopening to combat spread of the virus. A school staff said, "We're following all the SOPs. We have reduced students' strength to 50% in each class. Students will have to come to school on alternative days."
India did not lose even an inch of its territory during its months-long standoff with China in Eastern Ladakh, said Army chief General MM Naravane on Tuesday. "We have not lost out on any territory, we are where we were before this whole thing started...Not an inch of land has been lost," General Naravane said while speaking on India-China disengagement in Ladakh. Watch the full video for more details.
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Indian Army has established a 20-bed high dependency unit (HDU) for COVID-19 patients in Baramulla district. The hospital will be running in collaboration with Civil Administration of Baramulla. Indian Army also opened 20-bed unit in Uri. "There are 5 critical care beds, rest are for patients with moderate symptoms. A 20-bed unit also opened in Uri," said Paul M Varghese, Col, medical team to ANI.
Delhi government has sought the help from different sources including the Indian Army for transportation of medical oxygen in the national capital, said Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on May 03. A petition has also been filed in Delhi High Court seeking direction for handing over of management of oxygen supplies, including logistical aspect, in and around Delhi to armed forces for ensuring uninterrupted supply to hospitals and COVID facility.