* The images appear to show China bringing in machinery and damming a river in the disputed border region
* One expert said China appeared to be building roads in the Himalayan valley where troops fought on Monday
* India says 20 soldiers were killed in as troops fought with clubs and fists at 14,000 feet in the Himalayas
China has sent bulldozers to divert the course of a river near the disputed border where Chinese and Indian soldiers fought in a deadly clash at 14,000 feet on Monday, satellite images suggest.
The images appear to show China deploying new machinery and damming a river in the Himalayan mountainside where tensions boiled over into the worst violence on the border since 1967.
The machinery was sighted on Tuesday, having not been there a week before – and Indian media suggests the Chinese troops involved in Monday’s clash might have ‘surged’ from these positions.
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China, India reinforcing border positions, satellite images show — SCMP
Satellite images suggest Chinese activity in Indian territory before violent Himalayan border clash — ABC News Online
India accuses China of preparing attack on border troops — The Guardian
Modi denies any Indian territory was lost in China clash — AP
India’s Modi says border is secure after deadly clash with China — Reuters
China points finger back at India following deadly clash — UPI
China denies seizing Indian troops — DW
China denies detaining Indian soldiers after reports say 10 freed — Al Jazeera