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1962
THE NORTHAN BORDER CHAPTER I  

India s northern border stretches from the north-western tip of the state of Jammu and Kashmie in the west to the north-eastern point of Arunachal pradesh(earlier called North-East frontier Agency or NEFA)in the ...Read more >

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CHAPTER - 1 : SINO - INDIA BOUNDARY  

India s northern border stretches from the north-western tip of the state of jammu and Kashmir in the west to the north-eastern point of Arunachal pradesh in the ...Read more >

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CHAPTER - II : ORIGIN OF SINO - INDIAN CONFLICT  

One of the basic tenets of the foreign policy of independent India has been to maintain close and cordial relation with ...Read more >

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CHAPTER - III : TOWARDS ARMED CONFLICT (NOV 1959 - OCT 1962)  

Though the Chinese Government had converted a frontier which had been an undisturbed frontier of peace for centuries into an area of tension and ...Read more >

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CHAPTER - IV : INVASION OF NEFA - FALL OF TAWANG  

As seen earlier, the relations between India and China had much embittered by the summer of 1962. Shooting incidents between Indian and Chinese troops had started frequently in ...Read more >

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CHAPTER - V : DEBACLES AT SE LA AND BOMDILA  

After the Indian troops vacated Tawang on 23 Octobar 1962, the Chinese occupied it. But they did not pursue the Indians and stopped their push north of Tawang ...Read more >

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CHAPTER - VI : WALONG AND OTHER SECTORS  

Besides Kameng, the only area in Arunachal Pradesh witnessing major and intense fighting was Walong in the in the Lohit Frontier ...Read more >

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CHAPTER - VI : FIGHTING IN LADAKH  

The first problem faced by a soldier in Ladakh is survival, fighting the enemy comes only after that. The peculiar geography of the region had a major impact on the fighting and its ...Read more >

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CHAPTER - VII : FIGHTING IN LADAKH  

The first problem faced by a soldier in Ladakh is survival, fighting the enemy comes only after that. The peculiar geography of the region had a major impact on the fighting and its ...Read more >

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CHAPTER - VIII : ROLE OF THE INDIAN AIR FORCE  

The role of the Indian Air Force in the conflict is significant in more ways than one. On the one hand, the paucity of road communications on the Indian side of the border was such that the ...Read more >

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CHAPTER - IX : CEASE- FIRE AND THE AFTERMATH  

The dawn of 20 November 1962 was the blackest in the military history of independent India. The nation appeared to be in peril. The age old belief in the impregnability of the Himalayan barrier stood ...Read more >

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CHAPTER - X : REVIEW AND REFLECTIONS  

In a fundamental sense, the origins of 1962 Sino-Indian conflict lay in Chinese expansionism and occupation of Tibet. The issue got further aggravated due to failure of Chinese to win over the ...Read more >

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HISTORY OF THE CONFLICT WITH CHINA : 1962  By Dr. P.B.Sinha, Col A.A.Athale

This monograph presents a detailed account of the conflict with China in 1962. Many books have already been published on those tragic events, including several memoirs on those tragic ...Read more >

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THE SINO - INDIAN BORDER DISPUTE - SECTION 3 : 1961-1962  

This is the third in a series of three working papers on the Sino - Indian border dispute. This section III deals with the period from early 1961 through the time of the most serious clashes in autumn ...Read more >

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THE SINO - INDIAN BORDER DISPUTE - SECTION 1 : 1950-1959  

This is a working paper, the first of three on the Sino-Indian border dispute. This paper traces the political factors which led initially to the dispute and later to the attack of 20 Oct ...Read more >

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