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Indian troops report wave of UFO sightings


Posted on Saturday, 24 August, 2013 | Comment icon 37 comments


Troops have witnessed strange objects in the sky. Image Credit: DoD

Soldiers in India have reported several sightings of unidentified flying objects over the China border.

Reports have been hitting the headlines in India and elsewhere concering claims of more than 100 individual sightings of strange objects in the skies over the Line of Actual Control with China.

Army troops and police officers stationed in the Ladakh region have described "yellowish spheres" that appeared to "lift off from the horizon on the Chinese side and slowly traverse the sky for three to five hours before disappearing."

Despite concerns over possible incursions, military officials have played down suggestions that these objects could be drones or military aircraft flying over the 2,100-mile border.

When queried about the incidents, Defence Minister A K Antony denied any concern and stated that there was no conclusive evidence that sightings of unidentified flying objects had actually taken place over the region at all.

   
Source: Indian Express | Comments (37)

Tags: UFO, India, China


 
Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #28 Posted by brlesq1 on 25 August, 2013, 11:20
Sounds to me like the Chinese are experimenting with new types of aircraft.
Comment icon #29 Posted by zoser on 25 August, 2013, 15:41
Or ET is looking in on the situation. Better to table other options than be narrow.
Comment icon #30 Posted by MrBene on 25 August, 2013, 15:55
Birds are cool.
Comment icon #31 Posted by zoser on 25 August, 2013, 15:56
So are UFO's. They are extremely difficult to debunk. Care to try?
Comment icon #32 Posted by MrBene on 25 August, 2013, 16:10
I just did it.
Comment icon #33 Posted by Saru on 25 August, 2013, 18:33
Using chinese lanterns as a way to hide surveillance equipment would certainly be an inexpensive way to spy on what's happening along the border, but if one of them were to land on the enemy side and be examined they would be found out straight away. Lanterns are also notoriously difficult to control once they are in the air, the wind can change at a moment's notice and they can end up going anywhere.
Comment icon #34 Posted by DONTEATUS on 25 August, 2013, 20:34
Thats why they must include a fortune cookie with a clever quote inside,Like "Take this message to your leader , "We mean no harm, return this recording device to the Mother ship across the border " Maybe they will or not ?
Comment icon #35 Posted by Realm on 26 August, 2013, 0:50
lol
Comment icon #36 Posted by AlienDan on 27 August, 2013, 0:19
I remember the same story a while back, turned out to be chinese lanterns. Makes complete sense to being on the China border. lol. Unidentified flying object. Nothing more, nothing less. They are also extremely difficult to prove as alien space craft, but much easier to debunk as a bird.
Comment icon #37 Posted by Amerix on 27 August, 2013, 5:15
Then you must live in some twilight alternate universe where star/planet locations never change in the sky through out the night, because here on planet Earth, as the night goes on, the stars change location in the sky from the planetary rotation.


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