2 edition of Siachen glacier found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -219) and index.
|LC Classifications||DS392.S488 K37 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 229 p. :|
|Number of Pages||229|
|LC Control Number||2010347379|
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A good summarization of the Siachen glacier, with respect to it geography, history of its early explorations, the authors Siachen glacier book multiple treks and explorations on the glacier, the history of its war episodes, and the way forward.4/5. Siachen Glacier the Battle of Roses Hardcover – September 1, by Harish Kapadia (Author)/5(5).
The following is an extract from a new book by long-term Diplomat contributor Nitin A. Gokhale, Beyond NJ The Siachen Saga. The book. Siachen Glacier. He reached the glacier from the southern approaches, from the Nubra valley. He established himself at the Teram Shehr glacier junction in early June.
He wrote: ‘ thus reaching the Siachen tongue with all my baggage, a caravan of seventy coolies and six and a half tons of food for the men, carried by anFile Size: KB.
Good book on Op Meghdoot in Siachen Glacier. Mostly inclined towards Army Ops. Limited AF ops are covered. Air force operations which are covered are limited to one unit. As if only one unit of IAF is maintaining the glacier.
A good read but doesnt present a holistics view of multi service operations as part of Op Meghdoot/5(90). In spite of the severe climate, the word `Siachen` ironically means `the place of wild roses`. The glacier is the highest battleground on Earth, where India and Pakistan have fought intermittently since Siachen is the world’s largest non-polar glacier, and thus is sometimes referred to as the third pole.
T h. S i a c h e n. G l a c i e r. In the valleys to the west of the glacier live the Baltis, who have an interesting story to tell about the Siachen Glacier, which they called Saichar Ghainri.
They say there used to be a small Yarkandi village at the entrance of the Teram Shehr Glacier, where the Yarkandis met the Baltis for trade. Beyond NJ The Siachen Saga is a book that tells of an undeclared war that has been raging on for the past three decades between the two countries in this region.
It had started inwhen Operation Meghdoot was put into effect by the Indian Army on the barren expanse of the Siachen Glacier, to avoid Pakistan from gaining control of that place/5(89). War Above the Clouds: Siachen Glacier Hardcover – March 1, by Martin A.
Sugarman (Photographer) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — Format: Hardcover. Siachen Glacier, The Battle of Roses book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. For twenty-five years, several thousand troops from t /5. The Siachen Glacier- 76 km in length and varying in width from 2 to 8 km-is the longest glacier outside the polar region.
Geo-strategically, the Siachen area is virtually the roof of Eurasia and is surrounded by POK, Afghanistan, the USSR, China and Tibet. (Vishnu Som is a senior anchor and editor of documentaries and special programs at NDTV.) More than 15 years ago, when I reported from the snout of the Siachen glacier.
The Indian cyber Gog and Siachen glacier book tell us that India acted in Siachen because Pakistan had plans to occupy the area. Let me reconstruct the story.
Siachen Glacier now open to tourists — how far, what Siachen glacier book Siachen Glacier now open to tourists — how far, what facilities This week, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh announced that the Siachen Glacier will be open for tourists, between the base camp and Kumar logistics base.
A look at what has been allowed so far, and what will change now. Siachen: All you should know about the world’s costliest battlefield Life is tough at the Siachen glacier, spread over a 76 km area, due to sub-zero temperatures that dip below degrees, constant threat of avalanches, crevasses on the glacier, high-speed winds and a range of potentially fatal altitude-related ailments.
An extract from the Regimental Diary of a battalion quoted in the book, SIACHEN Conflict Without End, a brilliant and the most comprehensive account of the Siachen War so far, written by one of India’s most eminent strategic analysts, Lieutenant General VR Raghavan (who also happen to have been a Commanding General at Siachen), poignantly.
User Review - Flag as inappropriate This is a book about siachen and I am thanKful To V R Raghavan for writing it. Its broadens your view with every page you read about Siachen, Saltoro, Pakistan, India, Politics, Army, Cost Incurred, media and many more.
I guess everyone should read if not atleast all Indians and Pakistanis Should read this book to understand different things.4/5(1). Siachen Glacier - Through the eyes of a Civilian. Scaling Siachen Glacier has been on my bucket list and I have been applying and trying my luck with the Indian Army for almost 3 years now.
Last year, I took yet another chance and decided to apply for the trek once again. I couriered my application along with an indemnity form and a medical certificate. Journalist Nitin Gokhale's book on the Siachen Glacier is a first of its kind - detailing the history of Operation Meghdoot - the fighting on Siachen Glacier.
The Book "Beyond NJ" is due to be on the market in April. Bharat Rakshak provides exclusive excerpts from this forthcoming book. Read more.
The Siachen Conflict, sometimes referred to as the Siachen War, is a military conflict between India and Pakistan over the disputed Siachen Glacier region in Kashmir.A cease-fire went into effect in The conflict began in with India's successful Operation Meghdoot during which it gained control of the Siachen Glacier (unoccupied and not demarcated area).
Siachen is the world's largest non-polar glacier, and thus is sometimes referred to as the third pole. T h e S i a c h e n G l a c i e r.
For more than 17 blustery, shivering years, the Indian and Pakistani armies have been fighting a "No-Win" war on foot-high Siachen Glacier. An incorrect and farfetched appreciation thus landed India into occupation of Siachen Glacier or more correctly Saltoro Ridge in April It was realised only later that no large scale military operations can be carried out by either side across Saltoro Ridge and Siachen Glacier.
Siachen Glacier The Siachen Glacier is located in the East Karakoram Himalaya, at approximately ° N ° E. It is one of the five largest glaciers in the Karakoram, situated at an average altitude of 5, meters above sea level. Most of the Siachen Glacier is a hotly contested territory between Pakistan and India.
The Siachen glacier and its warfare were depicted in a web page comedian book, Siachen: The bloodless conflict, launched in August Later its sequel, Battlefield Siachen, turned into released in January J. The Indian Army misplaced 36 guys throughout combat but nearly men due to excessive climate and hazards.
SinceIndian and Pakistani forces have been occupying posts on or near the Siachen Glacier, a mile-long glacier in the Himalayas. And despite a ceasefire intensions remain high on. The Siachen Glacier is in the eastern Karakoram range in the Himalaya Mountains along the disputed India-Pakistan interim border at n Glacier was the Land of Wild Roses before it became a battle field.
It is the longest glacier in the Karakoram and second longest in the world's non-polar areas. It ranges from an altitude of 5, m (18, ft) above sea level at its source. SIACHEN, the longest glacier in the world outside the polar regions, is a virtual high altitude paradise.
Roses are found on the glacier giving its name- Sia, the rose. However for the past 26 years it has seen bloody warfare on its heights. Turtuk — gateway to Siachen Glacier Shoma Abhyankar J IST E-BOOK Subscription Latest News Today's Paper ePaper Puzzles "Huge Sale" Housing News NationalAuthor: Shoma Abhyankar.
On Ap the Indian Army launched a daring operation at Siachen, the world's highest battlefield, to gain control over the glacier in the eastern Karakoram range in. The Siachen Glacier is a mighty river of ice that brings forth many descriptions.
Some authors characterize this place as the 'roof the world', and yet others call it the 'third pole'. Both descriptions are quite apt, the glacier is at le feet above sea level, and peaks lining the glacier rise comfortably to o feet.
Siachen sits astride two disputed boundaries with Pakistan and China. It lies in the Karakoram Range in North-West India. Siachen Glacier is km long and covers ab sq km uninhabited terrain. InPakistan started permitting mountaineering expeditions into Siachen Glacier.
Watch and hear Siachen veterans, including Param Vir Chakra winner Bana Singh, share their stories from the glacier. In Siachen, it must be emphasised, the base camp itself is at 12, feet.
After a detailed study, it has been decided that every soldier who gets deployed on Siachen must get a 6, calories per day diet. So specially selected food items that include, chocolates, beverages, eggs and dry fruits, are specially flown into the glacier.
It simply said that from NJ, the line would run “thence North to the glaciers” — the Siachen glacier, the Rimo and the Baltoro.
As the late Lt General S K Sinha, who was the secretary of the Indian delegation, later wrote, “No one at that time thought that military operations could take place at the forbidding heights beyond NJAuthor: Sushant Singh.
The Indian claim on the Siachen Glacier is based on the widely accepted watershed principle of demarcation, and runs for almost kms along the Saltoro Ridge from slightly west of NJ and ends at the Indira Col, a pass that is dominated by the Sia Kangri Mastiff at the tri-junction of India-Pakistan and Shaksgam (ceded to China by Pakistan, but still claimed by India).
The problem of the Siachen glacier arose because the ceasefire line (later termed the Line of Control) was not delineated beyond map point NJ Why Siachen glacier is vital to India’s defence. Siachen Glacier. likes.
Siachen Glacier, A pakistani land where India occupyFollowers: Siachen Glacier Trek is actually an expedition sponsored and organized by Army Adventure Wing. This trek is organized by a Unit of Indian Army which changes on an yearly basis. The Siachen Trek is an annual program sponsored by the Army Adventure.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 volume (unpaged): illustrations ; 28 x 31 cm: Other Titles: Siachen Glacier: Responsibility. This book covers the operational history of the Indian Army on Saltoro Ridge – Siachen Glacier.
Inmaps published by a US commercial firm showed the LOC extending from the formally demarcated NJ point, running straight northwest to Karakoram Pass making the pass a tripoint between Pakistan China & India and bringing the entire.
A comic titled " Siachen The Cold War" has been released and has hit bookstores in Delhi on 25th of July and all across India subsequently and available over internet on flipkart and ebay. The Comic book is about the military conflict between India and Pakistan in the Siachen Glacier and the reasons for it beginning in the first place.Siachen Glacier, one of the world’s longest mountain glaciers, lying in the Karakoram Range system of Kashmir near the India–Pakistan border, extending for 44 mi (70 km) from north-northwest to south-southeast.
It has a number of fast-flowing surface streams and at least 12 medial moraines. It is. I have been to Ladakh recently. Siachen glacier is about kms north of a place called Panamik located in Nubra Valley. To visit nubra valley itself you need to have inner line permit (even for Indians).
And this permit allows you to go till.