A sign points to a health centre in the remote Chushul village, where doctor of Tibetan medicine Phuntsog Tsering works. Photo: Handout A sign points to a health centre in the remote Chushul village, where doctor of Tibetan medicine Phuntsog Tsering works. Photo: Handout
A sign points to a health centre in the remote Chushul village, where doctor of Tibetan medicine Phuntsog Tsering works. Photo: Handout
India

A year after India-China border clash, Ladakh hopes tourists will return

  • Security measures and Covid-19 restrictions have affected the livelihoods of the tourism-reliant region, pushing some to work for the Indian army
  • But businesses are opening up even as China and India have boosted their troop numbers at the border by tens of thousands

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A sign points to a health centre in the remote Chushul village, where doctor of Tibetan medicine Phuntsog Tsering works. Photo: Handout A sign points to a health centre in the remote Chushul village, where doctor of Tibetan medicine Phuntsog Tsering works. Photo: Handout
A sign points to a health centre in the remote Chushul village, where doctor of Tibetan medicine Phuntsog Tsering works. Photo: Handout
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