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Bhoti is not a language: Why parts of Ladakh has an issue with the Education Department's language plan
The people in the Kargil region speak Purgi and residents of the Baltistan region of Pakistan-occupied Gilgit−Baltistan spoke Balti along with Shina which is spoken by the people of Ladakh as well
Rewinding on R-Day: What every youngster who wants to join the Armed Forces can learn from this Kargil vet
On Republic Day, 22 years later, Lt Col Peter still speaks about his time in the Army and his experiences in Kargil war like it was yesterday, recollecting even the smallest details accurately
he committee for review of educational boards for schools in Kargil met under the chairmanship of Executive Councilor for Tourism and Zanskar Affairs, Phunsog Tashi here, officials said
He also urged people to visit the website - www.gallantryawards.gov.in - saying they will get to know a lot about the bravehearts and their valour
War in Kargil lasted all of two months, May to July 1999, but it has created a trauma that still lingers...and an association with war that refuses to simply die down
NGO 17000 ft Foundation is mapping the schools in Ladakh and trying their best to improve the quality of education here
From homestays in war-torn buildings to adventure tourism, meet the brothers who are reviving Kargil's image
From cultural preservation to adventure sports, this responsible tourism enterprise aims at attracting tourists to a place that has limped back to normalcy after the Indo-Pak war in 1999
The student activist and others were expected to speak at a student interaction in Kargil but their permission was canceled the night before.
The government has decided to engage candidates on academic arrangements to overcome the lack of teachers in areas like Leh and Kargil, said Minister for Education Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari
Major Padmapani Acharya died in the Kargil War, three months before his daughter was born, but his family has kept his memory alive and today, Aparajita Acharya is a proud daughter.
#DaughtersofWar: 'People say it is a soldier's job to die, but there are many who wouldn't take their job even if they were offered a million dollars"
The Dwivedi sisters discuss what it was like to lose their father to the Kargil War as children and how their lives have changed ever since
#DaughtersOfWar: Gurmehar Kaur on Kargil Diwas: I understand nationalism and patriotism just as much as the loss and the pain it carries
A few months ago, Gurmehar Kaur was massively trolled and harassed online for her views on how war had killed her father in Kargil. On Kargil Diwas, she tells us what life was like without her dad
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