India-China border dispute Current Affairs, GK & News

India-China Border Dispute

The border issue between India and China includes Aksai Chin on westernmost side of border and McMahon line / Arunachal Pradesh on easternmost side. Background In 1950, the Survey of India had issued a map of India which showed India’s political divisions. In this map, the border of Pakistan was shown with Gilgit-Baltistan as part ..

Report: China tested Nuclear Capable Hypersonic Missile

As per report of financial times, China tested a nuclear-capable hypersonic missile in August 2021, demonstrating an advanced space capability. Findings of the report As per report, launch of the missile was kept secret by China. The missile circled the world before cruising towards its target. However, it missed its mark by about 24 miles. ..

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India-China Border Dispute: Troops disengaged in Gogra region of Eastern Ladakh

India and China have agreed to disengage their troops in the Gogra region of eastern Ladakh. Key Facts Both sides have agreed to restore the Line of Actual Control in the area. Troop disengagement process was carried after 15 months of face-off as a result troop of both sides are back to their respective permanent ..

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China creates Defence system along LAC

In the move of strengthening its position along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), People Liberation Army (PLA) of China has created an integrated or combined air defence system comprising air force and army for its western theatre command. This wing is involved in operations along LAC. Combined Air Defence System This system was put ..

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S-400 Triumf SA-21 Growler

The Russian Government has agreed to deliver the first regimental set of S-400 Triumf SA-21 Growler Air Defence System to India. India and Russia have signed a 5.43 billion USD contract on the defence system. The NATO reporting name of the defence system is SA-21 Growler. About S-400 Triumf SA-21 Growler It is a long-range ..

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China’s new Five-Year Plan

China has formally approved its 14th five-year plan for 2021-2025 on March 11, 2021. The draft outline was passed by the National People’s Congress. Key Points The new five-year plan highlights a number of key strategic projects that the country will pursue as a priority. The project also includes: Construction of the first hydropower dam ..

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