NEW DELHI: The Army troops deployed along the China border from Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir and Arunachal Pradesh in northeast have reported more than 100 sightings of "Unidentified Flying Objects" (UFOs) in the last three months.
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Posted 07 November 2012 - 11:53 PM
I think they would identify drones, the Chinese has drones very similar to the US. But it depends if the translation is correct. It's common that we hear about UFO's etc from foreign countries and it's not accurate due to bad translation and reporting.
Edited by Coffey, 07 November 2012 - 11:54 PM.
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INDIA/CHINA. Soldiers of the Indian Army and the ITBP - Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force, based in Thakung, next to Pangong Lake have reported and are reporting hundreds of UFO sighting at Ladakh, in Jammu-Kashimir Region. The massive presence of this objects, that have been seen during the day and night, occurred specifically and respectively, in the days August 01 and October 15.
According to the India Times newspaper, witnesses describe UFOs as yellow spheres that appear on the horizon of the Chinese side and moving slowly, crossing the sky for periods between 3 to 5 hours...The information is from reports sent by Indian Border Police (ITBP) to its headquarters in Delhi and
also directly to the office of the Prime Minister of India, Manmohan Singh.
In September, the Indian Army has deployed a mobile radar but the spheres appear to be invisible to the equipment. Also is been used a spectrum analyzer but this also failed to detect any signs that they might be being emitted by UFOs. ...
All that the army was able to determine what these yellow spheres AREN'T. They aren't drones (unmanned aerial vehicles). In addition, a team of Indian Astronomical Observatory, Hanle in - studied the phenomenon for three days and ensures: are not celestial bodies of any kind... these orbs are being called Unidentified Luminous Objects undentifyed - or ULO.
The perplexity of Indians is justified. They are familiar with spy drones. Only between August and January of this year (2012) were detected 99 of these flying vehicles unmanned: 62 in the western sector in Ladakh and 37 in the eastern sector in Arunachal Pradesh.