As India rises, what does it have to lose if it goes to war?

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  1. Indx TechStyle

    Indx TechStyle Perfaarmance Naarmal Senior Member

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    Got an Article from a Pakistani journo dawn.
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    Indx TechStyle Perfaarmance Naarmal Senior Member

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    The India problem
    [​IMG]The writer is a member of staff.

    If Uri was not done by non-state Pakistani militants, then India has managed an even more spectacular own goal.
    LOL, this moron is giving tip to jihadis.
    I hope IA gets it from DFI before them.
     
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    Indx TechStyle Perfaarmance Naarmal Senior Member

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    Caring about our pain threshold ignoring that pakistan can be wiped out from map.
    For next decade, we will become a $6-8 trillions economy.:D
    And eventually, second or first in mid century, nearly 40 times bigger than pak.

    But as the pak has higher population projection, calculate GDP per capita.:p
    Using word State of India and Indian State (probably to eqaute with state of Israel, pakis often love to do so), this idiot must know that India is a Union of States.:facepalm:


    And for his conspiracy theories about Indian Atrocities (equating Tienanmen square or Imperial Japan in WW2), I conclude that Pakistanis live in their own small world.
     
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    If India gets in war and if it does not hurt investments and the supply chain then it would not lose much and if it could destroy any incoming missiles
     
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    If we get in war with pak than some of the muzzies may create internal stability
     
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    I say Kill all the anti national terrorist syampathisers and if human rights appeared then we can tell them we are just killing the anti nationals cause they are supporting the anti national easy to identify
     
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    There's additional factors to take in too.

    2050
    Sri Lanka's population will rise by 10%.
    India's population will rise by 20%, mainly in North India and among Muslims.
    Pakistan's population will rise by 40%.
    Bangladesh's population will rise by 45%.
    Nepal's population will rise by 60%.


    Pakistan's GDP will be 1/10 of India, but its population only 1/4 of India.
    Bangladesh's GDP will be 1/14 of India, but its population only 1/6.
    Nepal's GDP will be 1/16 of India, but its population 1/30 of India.
    Sri Lanka's GDP will be 1/20 of India, but it's population will be 1/75 of India.

    http://www.photius.com/rankings/world2050_rank.html
    http://www.pwc.ru/en/press-releases/2015/economic_forecast_2050.html
     
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    Your info is outdated mainly based on projections from 2010, but India has done much better than expected.
    Pakistan's GDP is already 1/8 it 1/9th of India, will be 1/10th in 2020-25.
    Even before 2030, India will become a second world country.
    For 2050, pakistan will have just 1/40th of Indian economy.
    If you can understand Hindi or Urdu, I have above provided pakistani panel discussion over this.
    I can also provide official documents from World Bank, IMF and several to prove it.
    India was projected to achieve $7 trillion in 2030 as of 2014 but was found out to reach $10.3 trillions in 2030 of 2015.
    But Indian Government has a target of achieving $10 trillions in 2026, so nearly $12-15 trillions in 2030.
    In terms of per capita income, India had just half of pakistani per capita income in 70s and 80s but today leads by 20% given that we have their double per capita income growth rate.
    We are further projecting their triple rate (we have already achieved even higher than China). So, it's nowhere next to India.
     
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    till that time Paksitan would be a state of HINDU BHARAT
     
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    Til That Time pakistan would be a state of HINDU BHARAT
     
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    But the crux of the matter is that Pakistan will achieve lower GDP growth, but far higher population growth; in theory, the population of Pakistan will rise by 50%.

    They will not be able to support a lifestyle anywhere near the lifestyle found in Sri Lanka in 2050.
     
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    Well, India can catch up near to Sri Lanka, not equal but India with current growth can achieve 70% GDP per capita of China (very close to Sri Lanka) and HDI in just range of 50-75 points lower.
     
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    I'm sure India will do well. I think the North-Eastern and South Indian states in particular will be able to match the HDI of Sri Lanka. There's a chance that Kerela might overtake Sri Lanka in terms of prosperity.

    It's the gangetic belt I'm worried about. I think that's where the bulk of India's population growth will be, and among their Muslims probably.
     
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    muslims would be converted to Hinduism
     
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    I use it as an ethnic identifier. As in, those of Muslim heritage.
    They have different demographics, such as high birth rates.
     
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    Well, South India is already ahead of Sri Lanka in many aspects (Kerala has an HDI 0.821). So, will be at par with high income economies.
    NE can be equal to something as that of Eastern Europe and So will be North.
    In western India, Rajasthan may be poor unlike Gujarat and Rajasthan, but it has a high growth. So, poorest States primarily eastern like Eastern UP, Bihar, Chhatisgarh etc. must be in primitive developing stage somewhat India is today.



    For Muslims, Indian Muslims are much moderate than middle Eastereners and will be further less radicalized in upcoming generations given secularization, and soaring income levels over long time period.
     
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    I can't say about Bihar and Chhatisgarh, but here in central UP, people are waking up rapidly, my hometown which happens to be Ayodhya-Faizabad is seeing significant developments with better energy availability, however, nothing close to what MP and Chhatisgarh are experiencing right now. Hence, I think that people should bring in a government that is more close to the center.
     
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    From Pakistan Today:
    Media Watch: So, you think you’re a tough guy?
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    Apart from Maharashtra, I think Gujarat and Punjab will be the only states that are well-developed in the stereotypical definition of Northern India.

    The extreme north and north-east (i.e. the area bordering Tibet/China) will also be fairly developed, particularly due to Chinese influence.

    All of Southern India will be fairly developed, on par or exceeding Sri Lanka, but it will lack the mega-cities of Northern India; Bangalore and Chennai are the only competitors against the Northern Indian supercities.

    Where I think the "southern nations/states" can really beat the north is through their low population growth. The south has been investing heavily in socialized welfare infrastructure that the north lacks, and coupled with the declining population, there will be a higher quality of life for the youth.

    From the top of my head, I believe that southern India already has lower fertility rates than Sri Lanka, meaning that their population growth rates are below 10%. It also means that North India must have high birth rates.

    180 Million Muslims now. 250 South Indians now.
    40% Muslim Growth = 250 Million
    10% S.Indian Growth = 275 Million

    Muslims could literally overtake South Indians as a demographic! If the dravidian parties of yesteryear had succeeded in their goal, imagine what politics would have become...
     
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    It seems you are eternally living in 2030-2050 rather than 2016. Always hallucinating of a rosy future when the present is filled with lethal thorns.
     
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