People’s Liberation Army Current Affairs, GK & News

People’s Liberation Army  Current Affairs, GK & News

Emergency Funds to Armed Forces of Rs. 500 Crore, Specialised Mountain Forces deployed at LAC

Following the violent Galwan valley clash on 15th June 2020 and a six-week-long border standoff with the Chinese army, under emergency requirement procurement Rs 500 crore of funds was granted by the Government for the Armed Forces. With consultation with the Department of Military Affairs, the Indian Armed Forces will be allowed to make a ..

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India-China Ceremonial Border Meet on “Labour Day” cancelled due to COVID-19

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Indian and Chinese ceremonial border personnel meet that is usually conducted on Labour Day was cancelled. Highlights On May 1, every year the Indian and Chinese Army personnel hold a meeting at five border locations. During their meet, the army personnel discuss sports activities and also about activities to ..

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High-Level Indian Army delegation visits China

Led by Commander of Northern Command of the India Army, Lt. General Ranbir Singh, a high-level military delegation from India is on a four-day visit to China as a part of the agreed Defence engagements agreed during the Annual Defence dialogues between the two sides, the visit began on Tuesday, 7th January 2020 in Beijing ..

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Indian Army participates in PLA organized Border Personnel Meeting

A Border Personnel Meeting (BPM) between Indian Army and People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of China was conducted on 30 October 2019 on the Chinese side at Bum La, Tawang district, Arunachal Pradesh, India. The meeting was organized by PLA. Key Highlights of BPM BPM was marked by unfurling of National Flags of both countries (India ..

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Indian, Chinese soldiers engage in face-off briefly in Ladakh

Tensions between Indian and Chinese border troops intensified once again as soldiers of India and China were engaged in a prolonged face-off near Pangong Tso lake in eastern Ladakh. The confrontation began on northern bank of 134-km-long Pangong Tso, two-thirds (nearly 66%) of which is controlled by China as it extends into Tibet. Key Highlights ..

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