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No new Covid case in Ladakh, active cases dip to 39

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No fresh COVID-19 case was reported from Ladakh, where 11 patients recovered from the infection, taking the overall recoveries so far to 20,347, officials said.
The total number of COVID-19 cases in Ladakh stands at 20,593, they said, adding that the number of active cases in the union territory has dipped to 39 — 36 in Leh and three in Kargil district.

Officials said no new Covid case was reported in Ladakh on Wednesday in the union territory.

The death toll due to COVID-19 in Ladakh stands at 207 — 149 in Leh and 58 in Kargil, the officials said.

A total of 1,633 sample reports, including 749 from Leh and 884 from Kargil, were found negative, they said.

No Covid-related death was recorded in Ladakh on Wednesday.

The union territory has discharged nine patients after recovery, five from Leh and four patients from Kargil, they said.

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China has Deployed Weapons Near Ladakh, is Doing Night Exercises in High Places: Report

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China is once again showing audacity. China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) conducts military exercises at high altitude locations in the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and the Xinjiang Military District near Ladakh. According to a report, these also include Night Drill.

The South China Morning Post newspaper reported that the PLA’s Western Theater Command had started more night drills for its units deployed along the Himalayan border. Its purpose is to train its soldiers in the new generation of weapons and equipment. The Western Theater Command of the PLA is stationed along the entire border with India.

The report said that according to the military newspaper PLA Daily, several forces in this area are conducting night war exercises at an altitude of about 5,000 meters or 16,400 feet.

“We have revised our schedules and called on soldiers to meet higher standards for high-altitude training as we face increasing challenges in a harsh combat environment,” the report quoted company commander Yang Yang as saying. Yang has also noted that the force with machines is crossing the icy highlands without light. Live-fire machine gun practicing at night.

It has also been said that the PLA’s new PHL-11 truck-mounted self-propelled 122 mm multiple system rocket launcher was deployed in the field and was being used for precision strike training.

Amish Mahajan

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JK Media 

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Ladakh’s motor vehicle dept organises cycling competition to create awareness on road safety

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As a part of the ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’ celebrations to commemorate the 75 years of the country’s independence, Ladakh’s Motor Vehicle Department (MVD) organised a cycling competition for road safety awareness on Sunday.
Lieutenant Governor of Ladakh, R K Mathur presided as the chief guest for the event named ‘Ride for Road Safety and Wear Helmet.’
A total of 50 bikers and 200 cyclists participated in three different cycling competitions, which were flagged off from Nawang Dorjey Stobdan Stadium in Leh. The finishing point was at Spituk Pharka.
“Road safety is a very important issue. It is the responsibility of every citizen to implement safety protocols,” said Tundup Namgail, a participant.
The event was organised in collaboration with the Cycling Association Ladakh and some private firms including Maruti Suzuki Driving School, Togo Hyundai, Mentokling Mahindra, Force Motors, Neyshatok SML Isuzu, Foton PMI and Royal Enfield.
At the finishing spot in Spituk, LG Mathur felicitated the winners and distributed prizes and certificates to the winners and runner-ups of the three different categories.
Addressing the event, the Lieutenant Governor appreciated the Motor Vehicle Department for taking the initiative of organizing the cycling event.
He expressed hope that the participants, majorly comprising of young children will become ambassadors of road safety and requested them to spread awareness about its importance amongst their friends and families.
Reiterating the importance of suitable roads and related infrastructure for safe conveyance, LG Mathur urged the road project implementation agencies like PWD Ladakh, CPWD, NHIDCL, BRO etc for the construction of roads that meet all safety parameters and also highlighted the need for improvement of existing roads.

Deputy Chairman, Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council (LAHDC), Leh, Tsering Angchuk, shared that the onus of adhering to road safety and traffic rules falls on all the citizens. He expressed gratitude to the Motor Vehicle Department and the sponsors for organising the event highlighting road safety importance.

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Schools in Leh to remain closed till Oct 2 amid Covid-spike

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All schools and residential hostels in Leh will remain closed for the next fortnight starting from September 18, in view of fresh coronavirus cases reported from schools, the Ladakh administration said.

The order issued on Friday by the administration of the union territory said that the situation will be reviewed later.
Online classes will continue with Covid-appropriate Standard Operating Protocols, it said.

“All (Govt./Private) schools including residential hostels in Leh district shall remain closed for imparting in-person classes with immediate effect for 15 days, ie. from September 18 to October 2, thereafter, the situation shall be reviewed again. However, online classes shall be encouraged with COVID SOPs,” reads the order.

The order signed by Shrikant Balasaheb Suse, chairman of the district disaster management authority (DDMA), Leh, also instructs the Chief Medical Officer and Chief Education Officer of the district to ensure that children leaving their residential schools/hostels for their homes undergo a mandatory RT-PCR test and a seven-day home quarantine along with their family members irrespective of their test results.
Earlier, the office of the district magistrate had reported the emergence of a cluster of Covid-19 positive cases from a school and ordered the area comprising of the school campus as a containment zone and ordered contact tracing to step the further spread of the virus
Schools in the union territory had opened on September 1 after all educational institutions, were shut in April in Ladakh after a surge in Covid-19 positive cases.

Meanwhile, Ladakh on Friday reported one new COVID-19 positive case taking the total number of COVID-19 active cases in the union territory Ladakh to 109; 106 in Leh and 3 in Kargil distrct.

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Covid-19 Stats

26 Sep 2021, 6:32 AM (GMT)

Coronavirus Stats

33,652,745 Total Cases
446,948 Death Cases
32,902,351 Recovered Cases

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