Defence minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday said that there has been no meaningful outcome of talks with China on the Ladakh standoff. In an interview to ANI, the defence minister stated that India will not reduce its deployment along the LAC till there is a positive outcome of talks with China. "Talks between India & China have been underway but no success achieved yet. There'll be a next round of talks on military level which can take place anytime. But no meaningful outcome has come & there is status quo.I don't think status-quo is a positive development." In a stern warning to Beijing, Singh said that Indian has the strength and capability to defends its land from any country in the world.