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Republic of India
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Area controlled by India shown in dark green;
claimed but uncontrolled regions shown in light green.

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Capital New Delhi
Language Hindi and English
Government Federal parliamentary constitutional republic
Leader President - Tamal Mahabir

Area

3,287,590km (7th)

1,269,346 sq mi

Population 1,252,000,000 (2nd)
GDP ₹152,679,854,600,000 INR ($2.308 trillion USD) (7th)
Currency Rupee (INR)
Notable Individuals Visha Prakhabar - Administrator and Chairman of the ISRO

Overview: Edit

The Republic of India is a country in the the center of South Asia. India has more than 1.2 billion(1,210,000,000) people, which is the second largest population in the world. It is the seventh largest country in the world by area.

India has seven neighbours: Pakistan in the north-west, China and Nepal in the north, Bhutan and Bangladesh in the north-east, Myanmar in the east and Sri Lanka, an island, in the south.

India is the largest democracy in the world by population. A peninsula, bound by the Indian Ocean in the south, the Arabian Sea on the west and Bay of Bengal in the east. India has the third largest army in the world and nuclear weapons.

Economy: Edit

The economy of the country is among world's fastest growing. India's economy is diverse. Major industries include automobiles, cement, chemicals, consumer electronics, food processing, machinery, mining, petroleum, pharmaceuticals, steel, transportation equipment, and textiles.

However, despite economic growth, India suffers from poverty. 27.5% of the population was living in poverty in 2004–2005.

Military: Edit

Indian Armed Forces
Active Reserve
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Indian Army
1,129,900 990,960
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Indian Navy
58,350 55,000
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Indian Air Force
127,200 140,000
Indian Coast Guard flag
Indian Coast Guard
10,000
1,325,450 1,155,000
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Manpower
Total Population 1,236,344,631 (2nd)
Available Manpower 615,201,057 (2nd)
Fit for Service 489,571,520 (2nd)
Reaching Military Age Annually 22,896,956 (1st)
Active Frontline Personnel 1,325,000 (3rd)
Active Reserve Personnel 2,143,000 (7th)
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Land Systems
Tanks 6,464 (4th)
Armored Fighting Vehicles (AFVs) 6,704 (10th)
Self-Propelled Guns (SPGs) 290 (21st)
Towed-Artillery 7,414 (1st)
Multiple-Launch Rocket Systems (MLRSs) 292 (14th)
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Air Power
Total Aircraft 1,905 (4th)
Fighters/Interceptors 629 (4th)
Fixed-Wing Attack Aircraft 761 (4th)
Transport Aircraft 667 (5th)
Trainer Aircraft 263 (10th)
Helicopters 584 (7th)
Attack Helicopters 20 (27th)
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Naval Power
Total Naval Strength 202 (9th)
Aircraft Carriers 2 (5th)
Frigates 15 (5th)
Destroyers 9 (6th)
Corvettes 25 (3rd)
Submarines 15 (7th)
Coastal Defense Craft 46 (16th)
Mine Warfare 7 (25th)
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Resources (Petroleum)
Oil Production 897,500 bbl/day (23rd)
Oil Consumption 3,300,000 bbl/day (4th)
Proven Oil Reserves 5,476,000,000 bbl/day (21st)
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Logistical
Labor Force 487,300,000 (2nd)
Merchant Marine Strength 340 (21st)
Major Ports and Terminals 7 (30th)
Roadway Coverage 3,320,410 (3rd)
Railway Coverage 63,974 (4th)
Serviceable Airports 346 (20th)
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Financial (in USD)
Defense Budget $38,000,000,000 (9th)
External Debt $412,200,000,000 (25th)
Reserves of Foreign Exchange and Gold $295,000,000,000 (9th)
Purchasing Power Parity $4,990,000,000,000 (3rd)
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Geography (in km)
Square Land Area 3,287,263 km (7th)
Coastline 7,000 km (18th)
Shared Border 13,888 km (4th)
Waterways 14,500 km (11th)

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Relations: Edit

Australia and Japan have close space relations with India. India has yet to release an official statement, but will in the following months, and will be happy to help out in any way possible.

Trades: Edit

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Agreements: Edit

India plans to enact and encourage other nations to sign The International Treaty for the Ethical Use of Nuclear Weapons in early to mid 2021. This will ban first-use of nuclear weapons, but not ban the weapons themselves. India believes strongly that such weapons are extremely important from a defense factor.

Timeline Edit

2019 Edit

India starts the intensive training of astronauts for future Yoshida-Menzies space station missions.

2020 Edit

(December) India develops a Two-Stage-To-Orbit space shuttle, AVATAR. Test flights are planned to begin in March of 2021. There are plans to develop and construct the world's first Single-Stage-To-Orbit Vehicle by 2025.

2021 Edit

(March) The Indian Space Research Organization conducts the first launch of their space shuttle, TSTO Space Shuttle AVATAR

Future Plans Edit

2021 Edit

(May) India plans to enact a paid to poo policy (PPP) to discourage open defecation aim to instil better toilet habits in children by "paying them to poo" since over 590 million citizens relieve themselves in the open.

(August) India plans to release the first draft of The International Treaty for the Ethical Use of Nuclear Weapons

2025 Edit

India plans to develop and construct the world's first Single-Stage-to-Orbit vehicle.

Indian Space Research Organization Edit

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is the space agency of the Indian government. Its vision is to "harness space technology for national development, while pursuing space science research and planetary exploration".

The administer and chairman of the ISRO Visha Prakabar and is known for his speech regarding the TSTO Avatar, an announcement stating that India would begin test launches in 2021, and that the ISRO planned to develop and construct the world's first single-stage-to-orbit spaceplane by 2025.

In March 2021, the Space Research Organization, with support from the Defense Research and Development Organization, conducted a successful test launch of the two-stage-to-orbit space shuttle Avatar.

Government Edit

Executive Members Edit

President Tamal Mahabir
Vice President Mukul Kirsh
Prime Minister Skanda Bunha

Ministries Edit

Agriculture Kamal Penkar
Communications and Information Technology Deepak Mathai
Defence Sanat Parekh
Environment Asad Morar
Health Sandeep Khare
Science and Technology Kalki Tripathi