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WDA Defence Academy in India: As the world continues to shrink and get more and more interdependent due to globalization and advent of modern day technologies, peace and development remain the central agenda for India.

India remains committed to peace and stability in the region, which are fundamental for the continued economic development and prosperity of its people.  
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India’s security environment continued to be influenced by developments in our immediate neighborhood where rising instability remains a matter of deep concern. Global attention is shifting to the sub-continent for a variety of reasons, ranging from fast-track economic growth, growing population and markets, the untapped socio-economic potential of the region and the growing energy consumption levels.  Alongside, some countries in the region have come to be the fountainhead of terrorism, thus inviting close attention of the world. The interests and presence of major powers in this region, coupled with the relative instability in our immediate neighborhood are a matter of concern to India. India’s rapidly growing economy, relative size and strategic location in the region thus brings the country into prominence in the world’s geopolitics. India, nevertheless, remains committed to peace and stability in the region, which are fundamental for the continued economic development and prosperity of its people.

The preceding year witnessed a series of developments which impinge directly on India’s security environment. These include the deteriorating situation in Pakistan and the continued unrest in Afghanistan and Sri Lanka. Stability and peace in West Asia and the Gulf, which host several million people of Indian origin and which is the primary source of India’s energy supplies, is of continuing importance to India. The continuing threat posed by global terrorism underlines the importance of the need to devise cooperative efforts at a global level, between and among states. WDA Defence Academy in India

There has been a marked deterioration in the internal situation of Pakistan, which has serious implications on overall stability and peace in the region. The assassination of former Prime Minister Ms. Benazir Bhutto was a setback to the forces of political moderation. The growth of extremist violence and terrorism in Pakistan has serious security implications for India. India wishes to create an atmosphere of trust and confidence, free from violence and terror, in our bilateral relations with Pakistan and is working on various confidence building measures with our close neighbor. WDA Defence Academy in India

India wishes to create an atmosphere of trust and confidence, free from violence and terror, in our bilateral relations with Pakistan and is working on various confidence building measures with our close neighbour.  
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China is an important player in global affairs and is proceeding ahead with her well charted out goals in a focused manner. China has been improving bilateral relations with her neighboring countries at diplomatic, economic and military levels. In attempting to resolve the long outstanding border disputes, we are following a policy of constructive engagement. WDA Defence Academy in India

Nepal is a natural ally of India and we share many common values and beliefs and also share an open border with Nepal. The political situation in Nepal has undergone a major change in recent years and it is hoped that the situation should stabilize soon as instability in the region often has a spill over factor into our country. Further, many citizens of Nepal serve in the Indian Army and have strong traditional people-to-people ties with Nepal. India will provide assistance within her means, required by Nepal to rehabilitate the social, economic and political fabric of Nepal. WDA Defence Academy in India

We have recently seen an increase in violence, tension and conflict in Sri Lanka. We strongly believe that there is no military solution. What is required is a settlement of the political, constitutional and other WDA Defence Academy in India

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issues within the framework of a united Sri Lanka which addresses the concerns of all communities, especially the ethnic minority. WDA Defence Academy in India

The growing menace of terrorism continues to be an area of great concern, where we are facing newer challenges. Our armed forces are geared up to the challenges to meet this asymmetric threat.  
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The security situation in Afghanistan has deteriorated in the recent past with the continued resurgence of the Taliban along the  Pakistan-Afghanistan border. Terrorist attacks mounted by the Taliban have consequently increased significantly all over Afghanistan. We continue to support the process to help Afghanistan emerge as a  stable   democratic state. India  has  a  vital stake  in  peace  and stability in this region and has invested the services of nearly 4000 Indians and US $ 750 million for the purpose of rebuilding Afghanistan. Inimical interests are, however, attempting to scuttle our role towards  rebuilding Afghanistan. WDA Defence Academy in India

As a close and friendly neighbor of Bangladesh, we would like to see a peaceful, stable and a liberal democratic Bangladesh. We hope the roadmap announced by the Bangladesh Election Commission with regard to the next parliamentary elections to be held between October and December 2008, leads to early restoration of democracy and relative stability in Bangladesh. India is concerned about Bangladesh as she shares a boundary with many of our North-Eastern States. WDA Defence Academy in India

Myanmar is of strategic significance to India. We need to ensure a peaceful periphery for India, especially on the security front, since we share a 1640 km. long border with her. The political reform and national reconciliation process initiated by the Myanmar government should be taken forward expeditiously in a broad-based and inclusive manner including Ms. Aung San Suu Kyi and various ethnic groups. WDA Defence Academy in India

Amongst our other neighbours are two other countries viz. Bhutan and Maldives, who are continuing on the path to peace, development and stability. India is providing economic and technical assistance to these countries in various fields. India’s relations with these countries are based on a strong foundation of mutual understanding, respect and trust. WDA Defence Academy in India

Apart from a conventional war

scenario for which the armed forces are prepared, the increasing ongoing internal security situation of a proxy war scenario also has to be taken into account. The security environment and instability in our neighborhood could fuel disturbances for our internal security as well. The growing menace of terrorism continues to be an area of great concern, where we are facing newer challenges. Our armed forces are geared up to the challenges to meet this asymmetric threat. The succeeding paragraphs describe the factors that have a bearing on our internal security.

The current situation in J&K is well under control. The violence has been brought down considerably by effective counter infiltration operations along the Line of Control and sustained counter terrorist operations by the security forces in the hinterland. This is a highly commendable achievement. But despite assurances, terrorist activities in Jammu and Kashmir and other parts of the country continued to be sponsored and supported from across the country.

There has been marked improvement in the security situation in some States of the North Eastern region. However, continued violence by some insurgent groups and their reported cross border links in some States, such as Assam and Manipur is a matter of concern. The armed forces therefore, continue to be deployed in aid to civil authorities in some area of the region. While the Government is open to talks within framework of the Constitution with any groups which abjure violence, all efforts are being made to bring about further improvement in overall security environment through holistic approach.

The extremist activities of ‘Maoist/ Naxalites’ have the potential for causing internal security problems in some areas of certain states. In this context, funding through illegal flows and possible links indulging in arms and smuggling are also matters of concern. The Government is following a holistic security-cum-development oriented approach to deal with the problem.

The security situation in India’s extended neighborhood of Mid-East and South-East Asia is being monitored

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as any deterioration in the region would adversely affect India’s economic and energy security. Moreover, a large number of Indians serve in the countries of the Middle East and South East Asia – both regions with whom we share ancient civilisational ties. The safety and stability of the region is not only a matter of our security and energy needs but also one of umbilical linkages with India.

The energy situation is in a state of instability. We are expecting a steep rise in competition as the dependency increases along with the prices. We also have a vital stake in the security of the sea-lanes to our East and West. The Bay of Bengal is a region rich in natural gas and oil and could impact on the future energy calculations.

Today there are more challenges than opportunities to world peace and regional security. As the world continues to shrink and get more and more interdependent due to globalization and advent of modern day technologies, peace and development remain the central

agenda for India. With a steadily growing economy, India has a vital stake in a safe and secure world. India and Indians have increasingly become drivers of global growth and prosperity. We understand a strong defence force is a necessary pre­requisite for growth, stability and peace. India has been committed to prepare its level of defence preparedness to deter any type of threat both conventional as well as unconventional. During the year we have also contributed several troops to the United Nations in support of peace across the world. In the year gone by, India has made significant progress in expanding her defence cooperation with like-minded countries and has enhanced her ties with several countries across the world from within the Asia Pacific region to Europe, Americas and the African subcontinent not only to enhance the security environment of the region but also the global security scenario in order to maintain world peace, promote socio­economic collaboration and the overall development for the common good of all the people around the world.

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