Saturday, February 24, 2024

Topic: Ladakh

Ladakh: Local herders and Chinese soldiers clash over grazing land access

Following an alleged incident where local herders threw stones at a Chinese Army patrolling unit earlier this month due to purportedly being denied access to their customary grazing lands, tensions are escalating in a remote Ladakh border region.

Ladakh polls: NC-Congress alliance wins 22 out of 26 seats, BJP limited to just 2

National Congress is heading towards a half-way mark as the counting of votes is underway for Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council (LAHDC) elections.

Research finds India lost presence in 26 out of 65 Patrolling Points in Eastern Ladakh

A research paper submitted by senior IPS officer P D Nitya, Superintendent of Police Leh-Ladakh, claims that India has lost its presence in 26...

Four Kargil students of same family sent to police custody in Israel embassy blast case

The four students Nazir Hussain (26), Zulfikar Ali Wazir (25), Aiaz Hussain (28) and Muzammil Hussain (25), were picked up from Thang village, around 40 kms from Kargil district, in a joint operation with a Central intelligence agency and local police on June 22 and after almost two days of questioning at SSP office in Kargil, they were brought to Delhi on transit remand on Thursday morning.

Central Govt figures raise questions on Chinese occupied Indian land

"Lost 5000 sq km?," B.V Srinivas, Congress's youth wing Indian Youth Congress national chief, raised the question on Twitter on Saturday, a day after PM Modi's all-party meeting in the wake of India-China faceoff.