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Amid tensions at LAC, Army prepares for long winter in Ladakh

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 15 September 2020 ()
From heating appliances and climate appropriate clothing to rations, fuel and tents that protect from the biting cold, all necessary supplies have reached the forward areas for the Army to gear up for the long, freezing winter in Ladakh region, officials asserted amid the tensions on the Line of Actual Control.
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