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A year after India-China border clash, Ladakh hopes tourists will return



A year after China-India border clashes erupted in Ladakh in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic, the tourism-reliant Indian territory is reopening to visitors even as uncertainty lingers and the region remains heavily fortified.Chinese and Indian troops fought last year in May near the Pangong Lake in Ladakh’s east, while another skirmish a month later at the Galwan Valley in northeast Ladakh left 20 soldiers dead.Phuntsog Tsering, a doctor of Tibetan medicine who works at a Covid-19 health…



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