The Him Tapak space heating device (Bukhari) has been developed for the Indian Army deployed in Eastern Ladakh, Siachen and high altitude areas and it has placed an order of more than Rs 420 crores
Indian troops are retaliating to the unprovoked ceasefire violations by Pakistan, said the officials
The minister said India wants a peaceful solution to the boundary issue, but will not shy away from any action required to defend the sovereignty of the country.
India and China have held several rounds of military and diplomatic talks in the last two-and-half months but no significant headway has been made for a resolution to the border row in eastern Ladakh.
Dharamshala: Locals in Dharamshala here on Saturday burned an effigy of Chinese President Xi Jinping, condemning the violent face-off between Chinese and Indian troops...
" I can say with confidence that the development of infrastructure capabilities along our Northern borders is on track. Our force posture won't suffer due to COVID-19 pandemic."
Pakistani and Indian troops often trade accusations of violating the cease-fire in Kashmir, which is divided between them and claimed by both in its entirety.
"This escalation in ceasefire violations by India is continuing from the year 2017 when the Indian forces committed 1,970 ceasefire violations."
On this day in 1971, over 90,000 Pakistani soldiers had surrendered before Indian troops, bringing to an end the bitterly fought war on the eastern and western fronts.
Pakistan and India have fought two wars over control of Kashmir since they won independence from British colonialists in 1947.
Several thousand people took part in one rally after Friday prayers that was broken up with tear gas and shotgun pellets. But authorities denied there was any protest.
A statement from the Maldives President's office said the three envoys would visit "friendly nations ... and provide updates on the current situation".
The Foreign Office accused India of committing more than 700 ceasefire violations this year which resulted in the killing of 29 Pakistani civilians.
On Monday, both sides mutually disengaged from Doka La where Indian troops had prevented a PLA team from building a road.
Nepal Prime Minister Deuba and Sushma Swaraj had met in Kathmandu earlier this month, when the two sides are known to have discussed the Doklam issue.
The border trouble began in June when Chinese soldiers started to extend a road through the Doklam territory -- known as "Donglang" in Chinese. The area is disputed between China and Bhutan.
Indian and Chinese troops are in a tense standoff situation since mid-June at Doklam in the Sikkim sector after a construction party of China's People's Liberation Army entered the Doklam region ostensibly to build a road there.
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