More than 15 months into the military stand-off in eastern Ladakh, the deadlock persists as India and China are not agreeable on the sequence of pulling back troops.
India says troops in close proximity should ‘disengage’ first, while de-escalation and de-induction can take place later
China says de-escalation and de-induction should take place first, while troops in close proximity can ‘disengage’ thereafter
Kargil Vijay Diwas today
HUMBLED BY SACRIFICES
I pay tribute to the bravehearts who fought for and defended the sovereignty and integrity of our great nation. I am humbled by the sacrifices of our families that unflinchingly sent their loved ones into battle. On this day, let us rededicate ourselves to be resilient and fearless in the face of adversity. – Gen MM Naravane, Chief of Army Staff
Salute to bravehearts
The Kargil war is a symbol of the valour and discipline of our armed forces, which the entire world has witnessed. This time, this glorious day will be celebrated in the middle of ‘Amrit Mahotsav’. That’s why it becomes even more special… Let us all salute the bravehearts of Kargil. – Narendra Modi, Prime Minister Read More…