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Indian Army

Post-Ladakh disengagement, India will carry out “normal” patrols along LAC

Rajeev Deshpande

China and India agreeing not to mass troops, 28-month face off leaves PLA with no gains

China’s withdrawal from patrol point 15 will mark return to April, 2020 status quo

Disengagement at last friction point after prolonged stale mate comes ahead of communist party congress that will give Xi Jinping third term as general secretary

The Sudden Death of a Protest

The government had learned its lesson and moved fast to quell the violent agitation against the Agnipath scheme with a tailored message and effective action

Normalising the Northeast

There was a case for reviewing AFSPA and removing the law selectively but it may still be premature to repeal it

Nagaland: A Fragile Peace

Only a thorough investigation of the Army operation that went wrong in Nagaland and justice for the victims can restore calm

Can’t Share Details of Missing Troops Along LAC: MoD

It is sensitive information, says ministry in response to a query on casualties in this year’s skirmishes along the India-China border

Winter is Coming

The psychological divide between the enemy lines

From the Frontline of Grief

For the families of men killed in action over the years, the bloody border clash between India and China has reignited painful memories

A Time to Reveal

There is much to gain by declassifying the report on the 1962 war

Beijing’s Belligerence

This time round, the Chinese official media groups have created smokescreens, like they did in the run-up to the 1962 war

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