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Namgia village (a green patch in the picture) is also a point for cross-border trade with China through the Shipki La pass.(HT Photo)

HP tribal villages tense after Indo-China border buildup

By Gaurav Bisht | Hindustan Times, Shimla, Shimla
UPDATED ON JUN 18, 2020 08:00 PM IST
The Army and the Indo Tibetan Border police have restricted the movement of shepherds in the high hills even as additional Army units are being moved to the mountainous terrain along the order
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More than 56 years after India’s war with China, villagers of Arunachal Pradesh have received nearly Rs 38 crore as compensation for the land acquired by the Army to set up its bases, bunkers and barracks.(BJP Dima Hasao district/Twitter)
More than 56 years after India’s war with China, villagers of Arunachal Pradesh have received nearly Rs 38 crore as compensation for the land acquired by the Army to set up its bases, bunkers and barracks.(BJP Dima Hasao district/Twitter)

56 years after Indo-China war, Arunachal villagers get Rs 38 cr land compensation

By Press Trust of India | Bomdila (Arunachal Pradesh)
PUBLISHED ON OCT 21, 2018 01:36 PM IST
After the 1962 India-China war, the Army had acquired huge tracks of land to set up its bases, bunkers, barracks, construct roads, build bridges and other installations.
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Gartang Gali in Nelong Valley has a 105-metre wooden walkway bridge. It served as an ancient trade route to Tibet.(HT File)
Gartang Gali in Nelong Valley has a 105-metre wooden walkway bridge. It served as an ancient trade route to Tibet.(HT File)

Track to Gartang Gali in Nelong Valley to be opened for tourists soon

By Nihi Sharma | Hindustan Times, Dehradun
UPDATED ON JUN 23, 2018 10:13 PM IST
The arduous 2.5 km track leading to Gartang Gali in Nelong Valley will be opened for tourists soon
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