India, China agree to de-escalate in steps to calm border tension

Leh, Ladakh – In the Himalayan city of Leh – the capital of India’s newly created union territory Ladakh, located 11,500 feet (3,505 metres) above sea level – people have been worried at the prospect of war. The months-long border standoff between India and China, coupled with coronavirus restrictions, has already affected the busy tourist season, wiping out the much-needed income in the region.

Thousands of troops from the Asian giants have been locked in an eyeball-to-eyeball…

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