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Siachen and Sir Creek are back on the menu again. The Track II diplomacy to bring about a rapprochement between India and Pakistan is interesting in many ways. There is no human habitation at either location. Siachen, they say, is a wasteland bereft of life and resources taking avoidable toll of soldiers besides being a huge burden on the defence exchequers. Sir Creek, likewise is a mass of uninhabitable marshlands where the alignment of the IB is in dispute for about kilometres. India believes it runs along midcourse of the stream; Pakistan believes it runs along the eastern edge of the creek.

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This comes after an avalanche hit army positions at the Siachen Glacier Monday, burying eight men under the snow. While two men were rescued, six men — four soldiers and two porters — died due to hypothermia. The source added it would be a colossal mistake to withdraw from the heights and give a chance to Pakistan to capture them, just like it did in Kargil.

Indian has Siachen under control, and occupies the heights. Also read: Surviving on milk powder and willpower, six Indian soldiers held a peak on Siachen for half a year. India had received intelligence that Pakistan was planning to capture the Siachen Glacier, and so, launched Operation Meghdoot in Former Pakistan dictator Gen. Every soldier feels proud to be deployed in Siachen.

Kulkarni said. Also read: How India realised it was at risk of losing the Siachen glacier to Pakistan. Government figures released in showed that a total of soldiers have died in Siachen since due to climatic conditions, environmental and other factors. Figures presented in Parliament in showed the army had lost personnel in Siachen since This despite the fact that not a single shot has been fired in Siachen since the ceasefire agreement.

Global warming is actually adding to the problem — the snout of the Siachen Glacier has receded by about metres in the last decade or so. ThePrint is now on Telegram. Subscribe to our YouTube channel. Save my details. Friday, 5 June, Pakistan surpasses China in Covid cases as 4, new infections takes tally to 85, Pakistan reports 4, fresh Covid cases, overall tally rises to 80, Lahore might have 6,70, asymptomatic Covid cases: Govt report. Share Your Views. Please enter your comment!

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Resolve Siachen, demilitarise region

The death of six people, including four jawans and two civilian porters, in an avalanche that hit an army post on the Siachen glacier, underscores not only the dire conditions under which the armed forces work to protect our borders but also the high human costs of military deployment in the Siachen region. Rescue operations were launched immediately and eight people were found buried under the snow. Although they were shifted swiftly to the nearest military hospital, six of the eight succumbed to injuries and hypothermia, while two others are battling for their lives. Avalanches are routine in the Siachen region. In February this year, 10 jawans were trapped under 35 feet of snow when an ice wall crashed on them.

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Demilitarisation of Siachen

This comes after an avalanche hit army positions at the Siachen Glacier Monday, burying eight men under the snow. While two men were rescued, six men — four soldiers and two porters — died due to hypothermia. The source added it would be a colossal mistake to withdraw from the heights and give a chance to Pakistan to capture them, just like it did in Kargil. Indian has Siachen under control, and occupies the heights. Also read: Surviving on milk powder and willpower, six Indian soldiers held a peak on Siachen for half a year. India had received intelligence that Pakistan was planning to capture the Siachen Glacier, and so, launched Operation Meghdoot in

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