India-China border news highlights: India seeks peace, but Prime Minister Modi calls on the party while maintaining sovereignty

India China deadlock 2020: PM Modi has called for an all-party meeting to inform political parties about the situation in the Galvan Valley in eastern Ladakh, where 20 soldiers were killed in the violence.

India-China border news LIVE | US Chamber of Commerce: US-India Corridor This week focused on the serious consequences on the China-India border. While backstage strong diplomacy may seem ready to resolve and overcome tensions, we do suffer from casualties caused by conflict.

The skirmish pushed bilateral relations to a new level and pledged to withdraw economic ties with China from New Delhi and strengthen strategic ties with the US and other allies. (Hyderabad)

India-China border tension live update: 20 Indian Army personnel were killed in a face-to-face raid on the Galvan Valley in Ladakh on the night of June 15–16. Four other Indian soldiers are now in stable condition. Amidst the Indo-China border deadlock, the Ram Temple Trust has drawn up its plan to start construction of a temple in Ayodhya. Expressing concern over the killing of Indian soldiers, the trust built for the construction of the temple is set for a new date soon after the landmark verdict issued by the Supreme Court last year.

Meanwhile, China has not denied claims of casualties on its behalf. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in a brief statement that India wants peace but can respond if provoked. An all-party meeting was convened on June 19 to discuss the situation.

The Army has moved additional troops to all sensitive areas along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Arunachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Ladakh. Indian Air Force (IAF) fighters have pushed ahead of targets as a precautionary measure.

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