India Reclaims Spice Route to Counter China's Silk Route

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If you are going to open shop then you should open it in high population center .India has Andaman which is near the busy shipping route so .what India should do is build manufacturing and food processing industrial hub there .many mnc will be happy to open there industry there . Which is a easy way to boost economy and reduce unemployment
 

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During night and weapons training and field craft involving 20 km treks with 60 kg (132 lb) loads and live ammunition are conducted. Weekly forced marches with 65 kg combat loads with distances over 50 to 80 miles and quarterly night drops with full combat loads are also conducted.
 
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Indian Para Commando Counter-Insurgency Training

During night and weapons training and field craft involving 20 km treks with 60 kg (132 lb) loads and live ammunition are conducted. Weekly forced marches with 65 kg combat loads with distances over 50 to 80 miles and quarterly night drops with full combat loads are also conducted.
What's relation with the topic? :eek:
 
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China blocks India’s Project Mausam
NEW DELHI, Jan 8: Another India’s ambitious initiative is facing stiff resistance from China.
After blocking New Delhi entry into Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) as its permanent member and scuttling a proposal at UN to put Pakistan based terrorist Masood Azhar in the black list of designated international terrorists, Beijing was now opposing the Narendra Modi Government’s flagship Project Mausam, which was seen as an effective counter to China’s idea of reviving the ancient silk route.
Under the Project Mausam, India intends to revive its own ancient maritime routes and cultural linkages with countries in the region. As the Indian Government approached the UNESCO to get a transnational heritage status for the project, China raised the red flag saying that this will hamper its proposal of reviving the maritime silk route, Government sources said.
After the UNESCO accords Project Mausam the heritage status, any other initiative will not be allowed which can interfere with its area of operation. China on its part, is lobbying for the revival of maritime silk route in order to further intensify its naval activities in the Indian Ocean Region, which is the area of dominance of the Indian Navy.
To counter the idea of silk route, New Delhi mooted the proposal of Project Mausam, a transnational initiative of about 40 countries, including China and Pakistan.(UNI)
 

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