India will press ahead with a strategic all-weather route from the northern state of Himachal Pradesh to the city of Leh in the union territory of Ladakh. Photo: AFP India will press ahead with a strategic all-weather route from the northern state of Himachal Pradesh to the city of Leh in the union territory of Ladakh. Photo: AFP
India will press ahead with a strategic all-weather route from the northern state of Himachal Pradesh to the city of Leh in the union territory of Ladakh. Photo: AFP

China and India’s road to peace blocked as both sides build in border region

  • A lopsided approach to infrastructure development in the Himalayas is key sticking point as post-clash talks stall
  • Tensions remain high with Indian disagreement over equal rate of troop withdrawals from conflict zone

Topic |   China-India border dispute
India will press ahead with a strategic all-weather route from the northern state of Himachal Pradesh to the city of Leh in the union territory of Ladakh. Photo: AFP India will press ahead with a strategic all-weather route from the northern state of Himachal Pradesh to the city of Leh in the union territory of Ladakh. Photo: AFP
India will press ahead with a strategic all-weather route from the northern state of Himachal Pradesh to the city of Leh in the union territory of Ladakh. Photo: AFP
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