It’s the first time a soldier had been reported captured since hostilities exploded between India and China in the Himalayas in June.
New Delhi: Indian troops fed the captured Chinese soldier a meal. They gave him oxygen and some warm clothes. They treated him respectfully, both sides indicated, and the Indians said that they planned to release him soon.
The Indian military has revealed its forces have captured a Chinese corporal who had strayed across the disputed, unmarked high-altitude border that zigzags between the two nations, the first time a soldier had been reported captured since hostilities exploded between India and China in June.
Indian army officers walk past the pyre of their colleague Colonel B Santosh Babu, who was killed during a clash with Chinese…
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