Threat of collusion between China, Pakistan maximum in Siachen, Shaksgam Valley: Army Chief General Manoj Naravane
Gen Naravane said that Siachen is strategically important. “That is one area where a formation is looking at both the western and the northern fronts. That is what makes it so strategically important. We must not lose sight that this is where the collusivity can happen. Therefore it is important to be on guard and keep that area in our possession.”
How a Glacier is threatening Pakistan's future
Climate change is causing most glaciers worldwide to shrink, but due to a meteorological anoma...
Siachen avalanche: Army Chief apprises Defence Minister about ground situation
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh expressed anguish over the deat...
Backed by doctors, 'Himank' men brave difficult terrain to connect DBO with 'all-weather road'
With a view to construct an all-weather road up to DBO to facilitate a smooth passage of the armed forces personnel and other logistical support, Project Himank of the Border Roads Organisation has constituted a special task force (the 50 Border Roads Task Force) to accelerate the work in a time-bound manner.
In a first motorcycle expedition comprising of Indian Army personnel reached Karakoram Pass
The ‘Himalayan Heights Motorcycle Expedition’ was flagged off from Karu, Leh on April 7, traversed the challenging terrain of Eastern Ladakh, before reaching the Karakoram Pass on Tuesday.
Top Army commander visits strategic Karakoram Pass in Jammu and Kashmir's Ladakh
General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Northern Command, Lt Gen Ranbir Singh visited the historic and strategic pass in Daulat Beg Oldie (DBO) sector of eastern Ladakh.
Karakoram & conflicts: American mountaineer Steve Swenson, recalls making his way through a volatile landscape
American mountaineer Steve Swenson, who climbed Everest and K2 and made the first ascent of Saser Kangri II, recalls making his way through a volatile landscape.
Karakoram glaciers growing in spite of climate change: Study
In winter, the vortex affects the temperature over the whole 2,000 kilometre mountain range, but in the summer the vortex contracts and has an effect only over the Karakoram and western Pamir, a mountain range in Central Asia.
Misty mountain ranges of the Himalayas and Karakoram are hot tourist destinations this summer!
Make sure you ride during daylight and rest during the nights.Stop by at the monasteries, ancient trade routes, quaint eateries to take a quick bite.
Traveler's diary: Camp at the picturesque Ladakh & experience the Onam festival
Onam is when Kerala has a great time. Boat races, song and dance & lots of good food. Ladakh's amazing landscape is natures own sculpture by wind.
Five most dangerous roads in the world
Here are some of the most dangerous roads in the world. They are set in stunning landscapes but are among the most difficult to navigate
Leh is not just about heavenly views but a culture steeped in Tibetan Buddhism
Spiritual voyage? Maybe not. Ladakh makes conscious of a higher power that keeps a benevolent vigil over this Himalayan haven.
India-China troops face-off near Line of Actual Control in Ladakh
According to officials, the Chinese troops had built a temporary hut in Burtse, North of Ladakh, which was subsequently demolished by ITBP and Army jawans yesterday.
Chinese taking land by inches and not yards;const in Karakoram
Chinese army has done some construction activities along the international border across Karakoram ranges in Ladakh sector for the first time since the 1962 stand-off between the two countries.
Construction by Chinese army across Karakoram: J&K report
The Chinese army has done some construction activities along the international border across Karakoram ranges in Ladakh sector for the first time since the 1962 stand-off between the two countries with a report of Jammu and Kashmir government saying that they have been taking "land in inches and not in yards".
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