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THFF is organised by the Department of Information and Public Relations of the Administration of Union Territory of Ladakh, in collaboration with Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council, Leh.
The L-G claimed that the people of Ladakh were coming forward to set up startups, while infrastructure was being developed at a rapid speed "only due to the abrogation of Article 370."
The LAHDC Kargil polls assume significance as people in Kargil have strongly opposed the abrogation of Article 370 and bifurcation of J&K state into two UTs.
The entire election process stands set aside. A fresh notification shall be issued within seven days, the SC Bench said in its order.
'National Conference entitled to plough symbol': SC orders fresh process in Ladakh hill council polls
The bench dismissed the plea by the Ladakh administration opposing the allotment of the symbol to the National Conference and imposed a cost of Rs 1 lakh on it.
The apex court has also dismissed the plea by the Ladakh administration opposing the allotment of 'plough' symbol to the National Conference and imposed a cost of Rs 1 lakh on it.
Additional Solicitor General K M Natraj, appearing for the UT administration and the poll panel, said the election symbol order of 1968 is applicable to assembly and parliamentary polls.
Noting that China had also donated to the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, BJP spokesperson Gaurav Bhatia asked if this "bribe" is the reason behind Rahul's statements "against" India.
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On Sunday last, Gandhi had claimed that Modi's statement that not an inch of the land in Ladakh has been taken over by China is not true.
Chandrasekhar joined the Army in 2011. Three months ago, he had come to his native village on vacation.
The accident took place at Kerey in southern Ladakh's Nyoma Saturday evening, the officials said.
Defence sources confirmed the meeting at the level of the Major Generals, saying it was to carry forward the discussions by the ground commanders as part of confidence-building measures.
The 3 Division of the Indian Army looks after the 832-km Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh. There has been no movement forward on standoffs in Depsang and Demchok.
The Sources told this newspaper, "The talks were elaborate but there has been no significant outcome."
"The two sides had a positive, constructive and in-depth discussion on the resolution of the remaining issues along the LAC in the Western Sector," it said.
The thrust will be on the restoration of the Indian Army’s patrolling rights up until the traditional patrolling points (PPs), sources said.
The Chinese side also significantly improved its military infrastructure including its air force facilities in areas bordering India, have been constructing new airbases and expanding existing ones.
India, China to hold 19th round of talks to disengage troops from remaining standoff points in Ladakh
The "friction" due to the standoff between the ground forces of the Indian Army and the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) remains at two friction points Depsang and Demchok.
Jaishankar said the armed forces are now better placed to quickly deploy troops and counter-movement of the Chinese military effectively.