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[/news/india/index.html India] has said its soldiers were mutilated after being beaten to death by Chinese troops and revealed the nail-studded clubs used at the disputed Himalayan border.  
Twenty Indians were killed in the clash on Monday night, the first deadly conflict between the two nuclear-armed countries since 1975.
[/news/china/index.html China] said it suffered 43 casualties, but did not specify whether any of its men had been killed in the grisly hand-to-hand combat in the Galwan Valley, Ladakh.
The Indians today claimed that after their men were savaged with nail-studded clubs, the Chinese People's Liberation Army mutilated their corpses. 
No bullets were fired as per a peace treaty which bars firearms within 2km of the Line of Actual Control (LAC), the line drawn down the 17,000ft-high valley after India's defeat in the 1962 Sino-Indian War.
In the latest developments from the battle at the top of the world:
India's external affairs ministry spokesman Anurag Srivastava said he wanted the situation resolved responsibly and warned China: 'Making exaggerated and untenable claims is contrary to this understanding.'India's government-owned railway firm cancelled contracts worth £50million given to the Chinese to build 260 miles of freight railroad.The Telecoms Ministry in Delhi has ordered state-owned companies to avoid Chinese-made upgrades to its 4G infrastructure. A funeral for Colonel B Santosh Babu, fatally wounded with clubs and rocks when he approached the Chinese encampment to make peace, was held in Suryapet. China yesterday broadcast images of live-fire drills of artillery and tanks blowing apart the Tibetan plateau, where thousands of PLA troops are based to deal any Indian threat. The Indians today claimed that after their men were savaged with nail-studded clubs, the Chinese People's Liberation Army mutilated their corpses. No bullets were fired as per a peace treaty which bars firearms within 2km of the Line of Actual Control (LAC), the line drawn down the 17,000ft valley after India's defeat in the 1962 Sino-Indian War.
Prabhjot Singh, son of Satnam Singh, an Indian soldier who was killed in a border clash with Chinese troops in Ladakh region, reacts next to the coffin of his father during his funeral ceremony in Bhojraj village in Gurdaspur, Punjab India
The Indians today claimed that after their men were savaged with nail-studded clubs, the Chinese People's Liberation Army mutilated their corpses
Family members pay their respects at the coffin of Colonel B Santosh Babu, the Indian commander slain after trying to appease the Chinese. Col.

Babu's mother Manjula told the New Indian Express: 'I lost my son, I cannot bear it. But he died for the country and that makes me happy and proud.' His father B Upendar stoically told The Times of India : 'I was always aware that one day I could hear what I heard today, tour Lệ Giang and I was mentally prepared for it.
'Everyone dies but it is a privilege to die for the country and I am proud of my son.' 
Indian army officers carry the coffin of Colonel B.

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At least 20 Indian soldiers, including a colonel, were killed and at least 43 Chinese men were wounded or killed on Monday night along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), a disputed border in the Himlayas (the red territory is controlled by India, and the beige and kynghidongduong.vn grey stripes, Aksai Chin, is Chinese but claimed by India, the white line which surrounds is what Indian believes its border should be, whereas the black line was agreed after then 1962 Sino-Indian War - a heavy defeat for India)
Colonel B Santosh Babu (left) was one of first men killed as the confrontation on the Ladakh border boiled over on Monday.

His mother Manjula said: 'I lost my son, I cannot bear it. But he died for the country and that makes me happy and proud.' Another confirmed dead was Naib Subedar Mandeep Singh (right), from Patiala in Punjab
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