India Vs Pak: Indo-Pak military The defence history of India goes back millennia, as does its maritime history.


India Vs Pak: at birth, and now
Indo-Pak military: Arms race in the subcontinent

India has consistently refused to sign the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). It has however a no-first-use policy of nuclear weapons. India's 2008 International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) agreement makes it the only non-NPT nuclear weapons country that can do nuclear business with the rest of the world.
Pakistan is the only Muslim-majority country to possess nuclear weapons. A close non-NATO ally of the US, it finds a friend in China for its arms build-up and know-how. The Pakistan armed forces is the seventh largest in the world.
 
 INDIAPAKISTAN
Military expenditure GDP1.8 %3.00 (2007)
Total defence budget 2011Rs 1,64,415 croreRs 325900 crores
Major ports92
Main battle tanks30001000
Artillery units10002500
Fighter aircraft500300
Support aircraft25050 special mission aircraft
Naval fleet17311 combat ships
Aircraft carrier1 
Nuclear submarine18 submarines
Nuclear weapons100-120100-11-
Available military power556,075,94675,807,598
Source: India Syndicate

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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

India Vs Pak: Indo-Pak military The defence history of India goes back millennia, as does its maritime history.

India Vs Pak: at birth, and now
Indo-Pak military: Arms race in the subcontinent

India has consistently refused to sign the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). It has however a no-first-use policy of nuclear weapons. India's 2008 International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) agreement makes it the only non-NPT nuclear weapons country that can do nuclear business with the rest of the world.
Pakistan is the only Muslim-majority country to possess nuclear weapons. A close non-NATO ally of the US, it finds a friend in China for its arms build-up and know-how. The Pakistan armed forces is the seventh largest in the world.
 
 INDIAPAKISTAN
Military expenditure GDP1.8 %3.00 (2007)
Total defence budget 2011Rs 1,64,415 croreRs 325900 crores
Major ports92
Main battle tanks30001000
Artillery units10002500
Fighter aircraft500300
Support aircraft25050 special mission aircraft
Naval fleet17311 combat ships
Aircraft carrier1 
Nuclear submarine18 submarines
Nuclear weapons100-120100-11-
Available military power556,075,94675,807,598
Source: India Syndicate

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