Tag: Ladakh

Since their troops battled in the Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh in June 2020, hostilities between India and China have been building. Now, China is building a second bridge across Pangong Tso lake with direct access to Ladakh.
The Union government has acknowledged accusations that Chinese hackers persist to threaten Indian power plants, particularly those near the Line of Actual Control (LAC), despite a study from a U.S.-based cyber security firm claiming that Chinese State-sponsored actors have attacked seven power grid assets, the national emergency response system, as well as an Indian branch of a multinational logistics service provider since September 2021.
A GIS expert has warned that India’s COVID tracking application, Aarogya Setu, maybe leaking locations of military camps and could be used by enemies for surveillance to track troop movements in sensitive areas like Pangong Tso in Ladakh. Aarogya Setu...
The recent Chinese intrusion into Ladakh has caused a major scandal within the Indian administration. Although the Indian government's response is projected as aggressive with the ban of many Chinese apps, the ground situation in the Galwan Valley tell...
Satellite images show that days before the clash between Indian and Chinese troops at Galwan Valley, China brought in heavy pieces of machinery, cut a trail into a Himalayan mountainside and even dammed a river. The cause of the...
On 15 June, 2020 while the de-escalation process was in progress in the Galwan Valley, twenty Indian soldiers of 16th Bihar Regiment including the commanding officer (a Colonel) were killed with 35 casualties on the Chinese side in a...
According to satellite images, the Chinese troops have commenced the expansion of its airbase, 200 km from Pangong Lake, in Ladakh. The images, also showing Ngari Gunsa airport in Tibet, originated from open-source intelligence expert @defresfa_, an analyst with...