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Chinese military conducts ground combat drills in Tibet

A military expert and TV commentator Song Zhongping told state-run Global Times that the latest military exercises prepared participants for a potential military confrontation with India.

China begins building third aircraft carrier

The carrier's construction has started even as another home-grown carrier is being built at a Shanghai shipyard since last year, Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post reported quoting People's Liberation Army (PLA) officials.

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Xi Jinping orders PLA to form elite combat force

On Wednesday, Xi issued military training instructions to the PLA during a mobilisation ceremony that was simultaneously broadcast to 4,000 military gatherings around China

India-China face-off: Army pushes more troops in Doka La in longest impasse since 1962

People's Liberation Army troops were rushed in from its 141 division located in the area, prompting the Indian Army to also strengthen its position. This is the longest standoff between the two armies since 1962.

Indian Army pushes more troops in Doka La in longest impasse since 1962 Sino-Indian War

People's Liberation Army troops were rushed in from its 141 division located in the area, prompting the Indian Army to also strengthen its position. This is the longest standoff between the two armies since 1962.

Chinese military retires 'smelly feet' from service

The move will phase out dark green or camouflage rubber shoes used by the Chinese military since soon after the Communists won the country's civil war in 1949.

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Chinese Army entered Indian waters at Pangong Lake

The ITBP soldiers also blocked the Chinese troops mounted on mountain terrain vehicles who were trying to cross over the LAC by road.

Ready to retreat but only if Chinese troops do: India

Chumar, where the Indian security forces are at an advantageous position, has seen the worst stand-off in the past four days.

Chinese troops said to be 2 km inside LAC, build-up on the rise

Chumar is strategically important as it is located on a higher altitude and India has an ITBP camp there.

Standoff worsens as Chinese troops enter Chumar region again

Around 50 personnel of PLA arrived in nine vehicles at Point 30R in addition to 35-odd personnel already camping, official sources said.

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