Provided by Indian Express The road would be damaged every summer as melting snow flooded Shyok river. A major portion of a 255-km long strategic road on Ladakh's border with China is being rebuilt by the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) because ... MSN News US, 1 month ago
Constructed on riverbed, road to China border being rebuilt - Indian Express, 1 month ago
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The Agham fluvial terrace, located roughly 400 m above the current river level of the upper Shyok valley, NW Himalayas, India. See related article by J.H. Blöthe and colleagues. Credit: J.H. Blöthe and colleagues and Geology Large landslides are ...PhysOrg.com, 2 months ago
Col J P Singh, Retd Pangong Tso, the mysterious name, I am sure, if one lives in North India, may not be a stranger. The mysterious name is of a trans-border Lake of Himalayas. It should be familiar with the Dogra households who are from the ...Daily Excelsior.com, 1 week ago
If youre a 20 something, you must definitely have had a conversation with friends, siblings and cousins about going to Leh-Ladakh on a bike. Has your plan worked out yet? If not, make sure it does, even if you are 30 or 40 years of age. Leh is not ...IBNLive India News, 2 weeks ago
- Islamabad—In the continuity of water aggression by India against Pakistan trying to establish its dominance over water resources in violation of Indus Water Treaty (IWT) 1960, New Delhi has sought the tenders for construction of 90MW hydro ...Pakistan Observer, 3 weeks ago
India has one of the largest road networks in the world, and sadly, one of the most infamous as well. Forty percent of the country's entire traffic is carried by the National Highways, and the total distance covered by all the roads together is ...MensXP.com, 1 month ago
It's that time of the year when they say the road to heaven, the 474-km Manali-Leh highway, is thrown open to lesser mortals. Now, you'd have heard endlessly about those awe-inspiring barren mountains, the unforgettable bike trips from Manali, the ...Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
Mountain passes have always played an important role in trade, travel, migration and war in the Himalayan region. Today, they connect various regions that are divided by mountain ranges. And getting to them requires driving or trekking on some of ...Indiatimes, 1 month ago
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