This comes amid the increased interaction between the soldiers of India and China and also anticipation rests that this will increase in the future.
The 86-year-old Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leader said he has no particular plans to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
China threat: ITBP to build tracks along border; India to firm up theaterisation plan likely by mid-2022
Of the total 32 roads sanctioned under phase-II of the India-China Border Roads project, the ITBP will construct four and of the 18 foot tracks sanctioned, it will built two tracks, sources said.
The move, which was approved by the Union home ministry, comes amid a military standoff with China in the eastern Ladakh area.
Aftab Pureval's mother studied in a Mysore school and went to Delhi for college education, where she met his Punjabi father.
Minister of State for Home Affairs Nityanand Rai pinned the medals on the chests of the personnel and handed them certificates during the 60th Raising Day celebrations of the force here.
The incident took place at around 3pm when constable Sandeep Kumar, belonging to ITBP's 53rd battalion, was on duty at the mobile check post in front his unit's camp in Kohkameta village
Qizhala has been head of the Tibetan government since 2017 and was expected to take on a new role in the top legislature, the National People Congress.
The incident comes amid a continuing standoff between Indian and Chinese troops in a number of areas in eastern Ladakh though both sides completed disengagement in two sensitive locations.
Xi visited Nyingchi, the Tibetan border town close to Arunachal Pradesh in July, becoming the first Chinese President to visit the remote border areas in Tibet.
Recently, it has launched the high speed bullet train connecting the provincial capital Lhasa with Nyingchi, the Tibetan border town close to Arunachal Pradesh.
The group includes 53 people from Afghanistan (34 men, nine women and 10 children), and 25 Indians (18 men, five women and 12 children).
Arora, who was Special Director General CRPF, has the privilege of serving the ITBP as Commandant from 1997 to 2002.
81 people, who arrived from Afghanistan on Monday and Tuesday, have been sent to the ITBP's quarantine facility at Chhawla in south-west Delhi.
'Assistant Commandant Sudhakar Shinde and Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) Gurmukh Singh, both from the ITBP's 45th battalion, were martyred in the firing,' the IG said.