Gogra-Hotsprings pullback, Why India, China are still far from peace on Ladakh border

Military experts say troop disengagement needs to be completed at all flashpoints in eastern Ladakh and must be followed by the two armies returning to their pre-April 2020 positions. Indian and Chinese troops have begun their disengagement from the Gogra-Hotsprings area (Patrolling Point-15) along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh. Indian Army … Read more

Chinese soldiers are unable to fight at high altitudes, Reason withdrawing from LAC

Even China is spending a huge amount of money to increase its military strength, but its soldiers are not capable of fighting in high-altitude places like Ladakh, Tibet. This was also a major reason for the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) to retreat after its incursion into eastern Ladakh. China is making every effort by spending … Read more

India deploy 50,000 additional troops to China border in historic move

The reorientation means that India will have more troops acclimatized to fight in the high-altitude Himalayan areas, while the number of troops destined exclusively for the western border with Pakistan will see a gradual decline. In a historic move, the Government of India (GoI) has moved nearly 50,000 additional troops to its border with China as tensions … Read more