Military trucks carrying supplies move towards forward areas in the Ladakh region. Photo: Reuters Military trucks carrying supplies move towards forward areas in the Ladakh region. Photo: Reuters
Military trucks carrying supplies move towards forward areas in the Ladakh region. Photo: Reuters

As India-China border stand-off endures, a fear: Ladakh is the new Kashmir

  • As winter descends, some expect the India-China disputed border to become like the India-Pakistan one: a permanently contested militarised zone
  • After five months and at least 18 rounds of talks, hopes of a breakthrough are receding, but a BRICS meeting featuring Xi and Modi offers a glimmer of hope

Topic |   China-India border dispute
Military trucks carrying supplies move towards forward areas in the Ladakh region. Photo: Reuters Military trucks carrying supplies move towards forward areas in the Ladakh region. Photo: Reuters
Military trucks carrying supplies move towards forward areas in the Ladakh region. Photo: Reuters
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