Line of Actual Control Current Affairs, GK & News

Avalanche in Arunachal Pradesh

On February 6, 2022, seven Indian army personnel were killed in an Avalanche in Arunachal Pradesh. These army personnel were a part of the patrol team. The Indian Army has launched “Search and Rescue” operations. Avalanches The Indian Army troops getting trapped in avalanches are not uncommon. Previously similar mishap occurred in May 2020. Two ..

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What is ‘Vibrant Villages’ programme?

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced in her budget speech that, government is set to work on improving connectivity across northern border under the Vibrant Villages Programme. What is Vibrant Villages Programme? Minister did not provide details on this programme. However, as per reports the Vibrant Villages programme will be launched to improve infrastructure in villages ..

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Chinese bridge at Pangong Tso

Amid the ongoing standoff between India and China in eastern Ladakh, China is building another bridge on the Pangong Tso. Construction of new bridge was spotted in satellite images. Location of the bridge China is building the bridge near to friction points on north bank of Pangong Tso and Chushul sub-sector on south bank. The ..

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China’s construction on Pangong Tso

In the last two months, it has been observed that China is constructing a bridge connecting the north and south banks of the Pangong Lake. Highlights Construction of the bridge is taking place on the Chinese side. However, it is 25-30 km away from India’s claim of Line of Actual Control (LAC). The bridge still ..

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China adopts New Border Law

For the first time, China has enacted a national law on “protection and exploitation” of country’s land border areas. Key facts Timing of the new border law is significant as China continues to be at loggerheads with India across the Line of Actual Control (LAC), separating both the countries. Aim of the law As per ..

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India-China Border Dispute: Troops disengaged in Gogra region of Eastern Ladakh

India and China have agreed to disengage their troops in the Gogra region of eastern Ladakh. Key Facts Both sides have agreed to restore the Line of Actual Control in the area. Troop disengagement process was carried after 15 months of face-off as a result troop of both sides are back to their respective permanent ..

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