Ratnesh Dwivedi's Blog – June 2017 Archive (2)

Who Will Win if a war Breaks Out Between India and Pakistan: Expert Unbiased Analysis

 

 

At the outset, let me start off by saying that like the topic under which the OP has been filed (Hypothetical Battles), another Indo - Pak war seems very unlikely in the near future. Also, I am an Indian, so I am obviously biased towards India. However, for the purpose of this answer, I will try to stick more with facts and less with assumption about why I think India would have an upper hand in an India-Pakistan war. 



I do agree with …

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Emergence of India as Global Superpower by 2025:Will Modi be Able to Sail Through All Odds

Emergence of India as Super Power by 2025:Will Modi be Able to Sail Through All Odds?

 

 

The Republic of India is considered as one of the possible emerging superpowers of the world.]This potential is attributed to several indicators, the primary ones being its demographic…

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