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#IDRDailyBrief  13th April | The Ministry of Defence has asked cattle grazers from eastern Ladakh, to refrain from taking their animals to the south of Pangong Tso—one of the two locations from where Indian and Chinese troops disengaged in February.

I searched for the word “Depsang” in @BDUTT’s piece on how US needs India. MIA. In contrast Pangong Tso Lake is all over the article. This is how they reshape our memories to power. I doubt if Gods help those who are too timid 2 help themselves.

After 9th round of Corps Cdr level talks,we agreed for phased disengagement from friction areas. 10th Feb onwards disengagement started&went as per plan, from north&south bank of Pangong Tso&Kailash Range, ppl have gone back to their nearest permanent locations: Army Chief to ANI

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ANI quotes Army Chief General MM Naravane: 10th Feb onwards disengagement started & went as per plan, from north & south bank of Pangong Tso & Kailash Range, people have gone back to their nearest permanent locations

Indian Army jawans groove to peppy track at Pangong Tso lake. Take a look at this viral video! #indianarmy  #jawansdancing 

WATCH | #IndianArmy  Jawans Dance At Pangong Tso Lake In #Ladakh ; Video Goes Viral Details:

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Ahead of the first Quad summit, while India stated that there agreement that Pangong Tso lake disengagement was a good basis for resolution of the remaining friction points, China’s official read-out remained silent on this.

As India seeks early troop disengagement in remaining areas in #Ladakh  after Pangong Tso, Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi said India and China were partners and not rivals, but again blamed India for the border flare-up last year.

What after Pangong Tso disengagement? It’s only a tactical move by Beijing, Delhi must not be lulled Read today's op-ed by Yogesh Gupta 👉

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After the completion of disengagement at Pangong Tso, Indian and Chinese foreign ministers spoke on Thursday afternoon to review the process and implement the “five guiding principles” reached at their meeting in Moscow last year.


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During early hours of 08 January 21, a Chinese soldier was apprehended on the Indian Side of the LAC, Ladakh, in the area South of Pangong Tso lake. The PLA soldier had transgressed across the LAC and was taken into custody by Indian troops deployed in this area: Indian Army

Chinese troops have further transgressed into Indian territory and occupied positions in Finger 2 and 3 of the north bank of Pangong Tso (lake), former #BJP  Member of Parliament Thupstan Chhewang, who represented #Ladakh , has claimed .

Indian Army has occupied heights overlooking the Chinese Army positions at Finger 4 along the Pangong Tso lake. These operations were carried out along with the preemptive actions to occupy heights near the Southern bank of Pangong Tso lake around August end: Sources

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Height occupied by Indian Army troops including a special operations battalion is south of Southern bank of Pangong Tso lake near Thakung. Height was lying dormant&can give strategic advantage to side which holds it for controlling the southern bank of lake&areas around: Sources

Ladakh: Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) jawans celebrate #IndependenceDay  on the banks of Pangong Tso, at an altitude of 14,000 feet. (Source: ITBP) #IndependenceDay  #IndiaIndependenceDay  LIVE updates:

Indian troops pre-empted this PLA activity on the Southern Bank of Pangong Tso Lake, undertook measures to strengthen our positions and thwart Chinese intentions to unilaterally change facts on ground: Col Aman Anand, PRO, Army

Chinese aggression has been increasing along the LAC & more particularly in Galwan Valley since 5th May 2020. Chinese side transgressed into the areas of Kugrang Nala, Gogra and north bank of Pangong Tso lake on May 17 –18 2020: Defence Ministry on its major activities in June

China has crossed its 1960 claims along the LAC, both where PLA troops are at Pangong Tso and where they built a tent in the Galwan last month... @ananthkrishnan  reports @the_hindu  with a close look at 1960 records.

Why does the new agreement not require China to remove its troops from Pangong Tso & Depang Plains? #WhyIndiaRetreatFromGalwan 

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Exclusive from @ajaishukla  — In Talks, China Takes Hard Line, Claims All of Galwan Valley, Chunk of Pangong Tso via @thewire_in