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In this picture taken on May 19, 2019, Manoj Mandal, 19, a road maintenance worker from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state, charges his mobile phone using a solar panel at his campsite near Tangtse village in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 19, 2019, Raj Shekhar, 33, a road maintenance worker from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state, shaves on his day off at his campsite near Tangtse village in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 19, 2019, Chota Montu, 25, a road maintenance worker from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state, takes a bath on his day off at his campsite near Tangtse village in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 18, 2019, Rajesh Manji, 28, road maintenance worker from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state, carries buckets of paint to restore road markers along Pangong Lake road near the Chang La pass in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 18, 2019, Sushil Tudu, 35, a road maintenance worker from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state, shovels soil by a mountainside along Pangong Lake road near the Chang La pass in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 18, 2019, Raj Shekhar (L), 33, and Tej Narayan, 30, road maintenance workers from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state, take shelter behind rocks during inclement weather while working along Pangong Lake road near the Chang La pass in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 18, 2019, discarded work boots are seen beside a tent housing road maintenance workers near Tangtse village in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 18, 2019, Raju Dheri, 19, a road maintenance worker from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state, removes stones from the kerbside along Pangong Lake road near the Chang La pass in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 18, 2019, road maintenance workers from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state eat lunch while labouring along Pangong Lake road near the Chang La pass in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 18, 2019, road maintenance workers from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state head back to their campsite following a day's work along Pangong Lake road near the Chang La pass in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 18, 2019, road maintenance workers from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state warm up around a bonfire during a inclement weather while working along Pangong Lake road near the Chang La pass in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 18, 2019, road maintenance workers from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state and Ladakh head back to their respective campsite and homes after a day's work along Pangong Lake road near the Chang La pass in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 18, 2019, (from L to R) Chota Montu, 25, Raj Kumar, 19, and Raju Dheri, 19, road maintenance workers from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state, warm up around a bonfire at their campsite near Tangtse village in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 17, 2019, road maintenance workers from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state work along Pangong Lake road in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 17, 2019, local Ladakhi workers (foreground) along with road maintenance workers from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state carry out maintenance road works during inclement weather along Pangong Lake road in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 17, 2019, road maintenance workers from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state and local workers from Ladakh ride on the back of a truck at the end of their working day along Pangong Lake road in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 17, 2019, road maintenance workers from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state and local workers from Ladakh ride on the back of a truck at the end of their working day along Pangong Lake road in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 17, 2019, Raju Dheri (R), 19, and Surinder Tudu, 22, road maintenance workers from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state, wash in a river next to their campsite after a day's work near Tangtse village in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 17, 2019, road maintenance workers from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state eat dinner inside their tent at their campsite near Tangtse village in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 17, 2019, Rajesh Manji (R) and Raj Shekhar, road maintenance workers from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state, eat breakfast before their work day at their campsite near Tangtse village in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 17, 2019, (from L to R) Tej Narayan, 30, Rajesh Manji, 28, and Sunil Tutu, 33, road maintenance workers from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state, wait for transportation to their work site near Tangtse village in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 17, 2019, road maintenance workers from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state warm up with the first rays of the sun, as they wait for a ride to their worksite at their camping grounds near Tangtse village in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 17, 2019, road maintenance workers from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state board the back of a truck as they head to work from their campsite near Tangtse village in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 16, 2019, a general view shows the campsite of road maintenance workers from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state, near Tangtse village in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 16, 2019, Santosh Mohali (R), 26, and Rai Bihari, 32, road maintenance workers from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state, warm up inside their tent following a day's work near Tangtse village in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)
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In this picture taken on May 16, 2019, road maintenance workers from India's low-lying eastern Jharkhand state play cards inside their tent following a day's work at their campsite near Tangtse village in northern India's Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. - Hundreds of miles from their homes, a group of labourers are toiling in a cold Indian Himalayan desert to repair some of the world's highest roads. Stationed near Chang La pass which is perched at a height of 5,360 metres (17,590 feet), the 13 men, whose home is the low-lying eastern state of Jharkhand, have little experience of cold climes. (Photo by Xavier GALIANA / AFP)

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