• search
For Quick Alerts
ALLOW NOTIFICATIONS  
For Daily Alerts
LIVE

India-China standoff LIVE: China urges India to restore normal trade relations

By Anuj Cariappa
|

New Delhi, Nov 26: China on Wednesday urged the government to restore the trade relations for mutual benefit. The development comes after reports of China being upset by India's latest ban on 43 Chinese mobile applications. According to an official statement issued by the Chinese embassy in New Delhi, "China and India are the opportunities of development to each other rather than threats."

China

Here are the Live updates:

Newest First Oldest First
8:37 AM, 26 Nov
The embassy was responding to a media query related to the Indian government's decision to block the usage of 43 mobile applications with Chinese background including AliExpress, DingTalk, etc.
11:51 PM, 25 Nov
After stressing recently that the PLA must apply cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence if it wants to transform itself into a modern fighting force on a par with those of other leading powers, Xi said the military must focus on training to win wars.
11:50 PM, 25 Nov
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday ordered the armed forces to strengthen training under real combat conditions and raise their capability of winning wars as the ruling Communist Party laid out plans to make the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) on par with the US military by 2027.
3:12 PM, 25 Nov
The Indian Air Force is operating five newly bought Rafale fighter jets in the Ladakh region.
1:46 PM, 25 Nov
The reports did not mention the numbers of the fighter jets to be commissioned in the western sector; or which fighters they would be replacing.
1:02 PM, 25 Nov
The J-16 is a third-plus generation fighter jet domestically manufactured by China.
12:00 PM, 25 Nov
It appears to be part of WTC’s efforts to upgrade weaponry and logistics for its forces deployed along the LAC.
11:05 AM, 25 Nov
The People’s Liberation Army’s (PLA) western theatre command (WTC) – which is in-charge of the LAC – is said to be commissioning the J-16 fighter aircraft in the country’s western regions.
10:11 AM, 25 Nov
China is likely commissioning more squadrons of a multirole strike fighter on the border with India, Chinese state media has indicated for the first time, as the militaries of the two countries dig in and deploy latest weaponry along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) amid the ongoing border faceoff.
9:29 AM, 25 Nov
On September 2, it had again banned 118 Chinese mobile apps, which included the popular gaming platform PUBG as well as Baidu, which is China’s largest search engine provider.
9:06 AM, 25 Nov
The government had first banned 59 apps, including TikTok and WeChat, on June 29, followed by another set of 47 apps in July, which were proxies of the banned apps.
8:31 AM, 25 Nov
This is the fourth instance of the government banning Chinese apps since the India-China border standoff erupted.
11:40 PM, 24 Nov
On one occasion, a PLA patrol, led by an officer came to the Bhutanese army post of Pasamlung, spoke to soldiers and photographed themselves holding the Chinese flag in front of the post, the report said.
11:40 PM, 24 Nov
Chinese PLA troops have entered into central Bhutan several times in recent months, particularly in mid-September, reports Times Now.
11:40 PM, 24 Nov
There are reports of Chinese activities, including the construction of roads and bridges and military accommodation, including barracks. This is along the Langmarpo Chu and the Amo Chu.
11:40 PM, 24 Nov
Amid border standoff with India, the People's Liberation Army has begun patrolling more aggressively in Bhutan.
4:13 PM, 24 Nov
Even on Bhutan's western border, there are reports of Chinese activities, including the construction of roads and bridges and military accommodation, including barracks. This is along the Langmarpo Chu and the Amo Chu.
4:12 PM, 24 Nov
Another patrol pushed further inside, up to Guru Lakhang, right up to an old temple. They wrote CHINA on the walls of the temple, nearly ten km inside Bhutan.
4:11 PM, 24 Nov
On one occasion, a PLA patrol, led by an officer came to the Bhutanese army post of Pasamlung, spoke to soldiers and photographed themselves holding the Chinese flag in front of the post.
4:11 PM, 24 Nov
Chinese PLA troops have entered into central Bhutan several times in recent months, particularly in mid-September.
4:09 PM, 24 Nov
As the India-China face-off in eastern Ladakh continues, the People's Liberation Army has begun patrolling more aggressively in Bhutan, government sources said.
8:35 AM, 24 Nov
During his visit, Gen Naravane will review the operational preparedness of troops deployed in forward areas.
10:59 PM, 23 Nov
There are dozens of similar settlements along the LAC, most of them coming up in areas facing Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh.
10:59 PM, 23 Nov
Construction of the new hardened bunkers appears to be an effort at militarily reinforcing the larger Doklam region, the report said.
10:58 PM, 23 Nov
China has built a village near Doklam where military storage facilities have been observed, reports IANS.
5:50 PM, 23 Nov
With winter having set in, it was expected that the next round would be held quickly and some kind of protocol would be established.
5:50 PM, 23 Nov
The last round of talks, the eighth since June 6, was two weeks ago on November 7.
2:22 PM, 23 Nov
From being one of the biggest importers, China is fast becoming a leading global arms supplier, with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) leading its foray into multiple countries, including Pakistan.
9:06 AM, 23 Nov
The two sides have been discussing dates for a fresh round of talks over the hotline.
8:11 AM, 23 Nov
There will be talks, but there the date has not been decided so far, said a senior functionary.
READ MORE

For Daily Alerts
Get Instant News Updates
Enable
x
Notification Settings X
Time Settings
Done
Clear Notification X
Do you want to clear all the notifications from your inbox?
Settings X
X