300 tourists stuck after landslide in Pithoragarh

IndiaTimes Thursday, 1 June 2023
More than 300 people, mainly tourists and pilgrims on the Adi Kailash yatra, were stranded in Dharchula and Gunji areas of Pithoragarh district near the India-China border on Thursday, 48 hours after a massive landslide on Tuesday evening blocked access to the critical Lipulekh-Tawaghat border road near Lakhanpur in Uttarakhand.

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