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Hardline Buddhist Monks in Sri Lanka Celebrate Creation of New Buddhist Entity in Ladakh

Hardline Buddhist monks in Sri Lanka have celebrated the creation of a new Buddhist entity in Ladakh. It is an optical illusion that Jammu...

This Summer Visit 5 Most Incredible Places In Leh With Your Family And Friends

Leh is a Himalayan village that expands over 45100 sq.kms. in the Jammu & Kashmir state of India. The expanse of the village is...

On Republic Day, Indian Army and Chinese Peoples Liberation Army commit to boost functional relations

India, Jan 27, 2017: In a bid to enhance functional relations at the border, ceremonial personnel meetings between troops of the Indian Army and...

Hemis Festival: Reasons why you should be at Ladakh’s most popular festival

Sept 20, 2016: All your questions answered about the Hemis Festival of Ladakh. Here is what it is all about and why you should...

Ladakh has suffered years of neglect, says Buddhist monk Bhikkhu Sanghasena

Leh, August 31, 2016: In Jammu And Kashmir, Ladakh region has suffered from years of neglect from the central government and ministers from Delhi come...

India: In the land of cricket, ice hockey following small but fierce

Ladakh: The children cannot stop shouting. They have been skidding across the ice rink for hours, bursting with laughter, sticks poised to score that...

Union Minister Rajnath Singh arrives in J&K

By NewsGram Staff Writer Jammu: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh arrived here on Monday on a three-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir. Singh is visiting the state...

India, China hold flag meet after tensions escalate along LAC in Ladakh

By NewsGram Staff-Writer New Delhi: After tensions escalated along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Jammu & Kashmir's Ladakh region, India and China on Tuesday...

Peace initiatives: India, China plan additional border meeting point along LAC

By NewsGram Staff Writer India and China have agreed for additional border meeting points in the Ladakh region along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in what...

India’s first donkey sanctuary in Leh is helping the working animals with disabilities since 2008

South African photographer Joanne Lefson understood the plight of the donkeys of the Leh-Ladakh region in India and took the initiative to set up the first donkey sanctuary of the country in Ladakh in the year 2008.

How poor roads are making Tawang vulnerable to Chinese incursion 

By NewsGram Staff Writer The parliamentary standing committee on defense expressed a grave concern over Tawang. As per a government report, the condition of the...

Flood alert sounded in Kashmir Valley; fresh snowfall cuts Ladakh from rest of the state

By NewsGram Staff Writer With the Jhelum crossing its danger mark, a flood alert has been sounded in the Valley. Many areas in south and north...

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