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Nathu La

  1. A mountain pass between India and China.
    • 2006 July 6, Champa Phuntsok, quotee, “India and China reopen historic pass - Asia - Pacific - International Herald Tribune”, in The New York Times[1], →ISSN, →OCLC, archived from the original on 31 August 2023, Asia Pacific‎[2]:
      "The opening of the border pass at Nathu La after 44 years marks the beginning of a new era in Sino-Indian relations," Phuntsok said. "I hope the border people of these two great nations will benefit from this."
    • 2017 June 26, Ben Blanchard, David Stanway, Tommy Wilkes, “China accuses Indian border guards of crossing into its territory”, in Paul Tait, Michael Perry, editors, Reuters[3], archived from the original on 27 June 2017[4]:
      Nathu La connects India to Hindu and Buddhist sites in the region and was the site of a fierce border clash between Chinese and Indian troops in 1967.
    • 2023 April 4, “Avalanche sweeps away tourists in northeast India; 7 killed”, in AP News[5], archived from the original on April 04, 2023[6]:
      India’s Border Roads Organization said the tourists were hit by the avalanche near the Nathu La mountain pass in Sikkim state. A video released by the Indian army showed rescuers digging through the snow to find an undetermined number of missing people swept away by the avalanche down a mountain slope.
      Nathu La mountain pass is along the border with China and is a major tourist destination.

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