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But then I realised that may be in the past two years several things have been written about me to which I have confessed that I have not done…news comes in and so does the apology, ?carefully preserved. or Toxo, sweating,stomach ache and vomiting Many of them rushed back home andwere taken to hospitals by their family members while manywere shifted by the teachers However the condition of noneof them is serious sources in the hospitals said Mridha said the deworming medicine was instructed tobe given to the children after their midday meal in school andthe reason for their falling ill is being probed Deworming tablets are given to children to remove worms from their bodies Parasitic worms known as soil-transmitted helminths and schistosomes cause various infections According to the doctors the children have psychological fear of medicines which may have resulted in uneasiness among them or it might also happen if the medicines are taken empty stomach Doctors also say that stomach ache nausea and vomiting may be the side effects of the tablets and children often complained of the same For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Bashaarat Masood | Drass (kargil) | Updated: July 27 2014 8:58 am A scene from the war zone in Kargil (Source: Express archive photo) Related News Mushkohfirst shot to fame during the India-Pakistan Kargil War as an inhospitable battlefield Fifteen years later the valley with the Tiger Hills in the backdrop is a popular tourist spot A war brings miseries but in Drass it has brought affluence too It has changed the town that had been the epicentre of the armed hostilities between the two neighbours from its architecture to its lifestyle Spread on both sides of the crucial Srinagar-Leh highway it is at many places completely exposed to the Pakistani positions A rusted white signboard still greets visitors to “the second coldest place in the world”—as Drass was known until 1999 But few other signs remain of that town Abdul Rahim admits the war brought “money large amounts of money” “Before 1999 we led a hard life It was a struggle to arrange two meals” he says The first jobs that came were in the Army with villagers employed as porters or their horses rented for ferrying men and machines to the outposts of Tololing and Tiger Hills An urban legend in these parts laughs a local G N Zia is that people were earning so much renting out horses “that a villager fed a Rs 1000 note to his horse” Having learnt its lessons the Army fortified Drass with security installations and modern equipment after the hostilities ceased as well as extended its Operation Sadbhavna meant to win over people to the region “It was on a massive scale and lots of jobs were provided to youths” says Zia “The Army’s developmental projects changed the face of this town” The most visible change are the new concrete homes With shelling from across the border a constant feature of their lives few here lived in anything more than crumbling mud and stone houses earlier After the ceasefire announced in 2003 by India and Pakistan the money coming in was used by the locals to build concrete houses with large glass panes and tin roofs Then the tourists on their way to Leh started stopping by “They would always pass through here but seldom would anybody stop” says Rahim “Now many people come only to visit Drass Those on way to Leh necessarily stop here” Ironically the biggest draw for the tourists are the sites connected to the 1999 conflict with India’s first televised war having left many aware of Drass They come to see the Kargil War memorial and museum at Bhimbat and to visit Mushkoh located 8 km away A visit to Mushkoh needs written permission from the Army “Mushkoh was famous after the war as well But after it was revealed that Pervez Musharraf (then Pakistan Army chief) had stayed there for a night more people want to see it” says Zia He also remembers the time the town had only one dhaba “Now we have around a hundred eateries and a dozen hotels” Some bear names of the crucial theatres of the war such as Tiger Hill café Naik Subedar Sanjay Kumar who was awarded Param Vir Chakra for his Kargil war efforts says: “Very few people lived here then and we had only a few shops But now it looks like a big city” These days following ceasefire violations there is some tension in Drass that peace could be temporary There is no getting away either from the signboards set up by the Army at regular intervals saying ‘Caution: you are under enemy observation’ However the shadow of the war has long lifted For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News “If there is any instance just crush the toll nakas. “KJ’s murder is extremely shocking. He was a workhorse and he could turn out the best, It was next to impossible to extract a buried dead man, two-hole toilet.

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