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Want to join me in making a difference? Idp Usa Inc raising money to give benefit for 20 Indian Martyrs who fought and sacrificed their lives at Ladhak border against China,  any donation will help make an impact. Thanks in advance for your contribution to this cause that means so much to us.

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Here is the list of Indian Martyrs names released by the Indian Army: At Ladhak fights between India and China in 2020

1. Sep Ganesh Hansda
2. Nb Sub Nuduram Soren
3. Nb Sub Mandeep Singjh
4. Nb Sub Satnam Singh
5. Hav K Palani
6. Hav Sunil Kuma
7. Hav Bipul Roy
8. Nk Deepak Kumar
9. Sep Rajesh Orang
10. Sep Kundan Kumar Ojha
11. Sep Ganesh Ram
12. Sep Chandrakanta Pradhan
13. Sep Ankush
14. Sep Gurbinder
15. Sep Gurtej Singh
16. Sep Chandan Kumar
17. Sep Kundan Kumar
18. Sep Aman Kumar
19. Sep Jai Kishore Singh
20. Col B Santosh Babu

 
Clash between Indian and China is the biggest military confrontation in over five decades that has significantly escalated the already volatile border standoff between the two.

Shortly after India gained independence in 1947 and Pakistan was created, war erupted between the two countries over Jammu and Kashmir. The princely state, which had hoped to stay independent, hurriedly agreed to be part of India, and thus Ladakh became Indian.

In 1950, China invaded Tibet and soon built a road linking it to Xinjiang, slicing through Aksai Chin. The area was so desolate that it wasn’t until several years later that India even found out about the road. This triggered a brief war in 1962 that ended in a disastrous loss for India, and China seized all of Aksai Chin, more than 14,000 square miles.

By the mid-1970s, things had cooled down, at least on the China front. A protocol evolved between Indian and Chinese troops, including a ban on firearms during border standoffs and regular meetings to iron out disputes.

Things were still hot with Pakistan, though. The same piece of territory, Jammu and Kashmir, has propelled India into repeated conflicts with both Pakistan and China — two nations which, like India, have nuclear arms today.

Indian soldiers who served along the China border in the 1980s and 1990s remember friendly interactions with the Chinese troops.

But the bonhomie with the Chinese ended years ago. Ladakhis say Chinese troops have blocked herders’ access to Indian territory in areas like Demchok and Pangong Tso, a scenic lake where several brawls have erupted.

Indian officers say they have tried to follow protocols for avoiding confrontation, like unfurling banners that read “This Is Indian Territory” in English and Chinese, but that the Chinese refuse to listen. Indian commanders acknowledge that their soldiers, too, now carry hand weapons, like bamboo sticks and sling shots.

The Chinese have clearly outpaced India in developing the region, Indian commanders concede, which could give them a strategic advantage in a conflict.

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