What will happen if India and Pakistan go to war?

Did Pakistan won any war against India?

Indo-Pakistani War of 1965

The hostilities between the two countries ended after a ceasefire was declared following diplomatic intervention by the Soviet Union and USA and the subsequent issuance of the Tashkent Declaration. India had the upper hand over Pakistan when the ceasefire was declared.

Is Pakistan more powerful than India?

Although India’s conventional forces are far more powerful than Pakistan’s, the two nations’ nuclear arsenals are comparable. The transfer of Islamist forces and proxy organisations from Afghanistan to Kashmir threatens to exacerbate border conflict. In the last seventy years, the two armies have battled four times.

Who actually won Kargil war?

“During the Kargil War, the gallant soldiers of the Indian Army triumphed over the Pakistani invaders with undaunted courage and determination,” tweeted @adgpi. The 115-second-long video described through captions, along with shots of soldiers, what Indian troops were up against in the terrain of Kargil.

Is India richer than Turkey?

India with a GDP of $2.7T ranked the 7th largest economy in the world, while Turkey ranked 19th with $771.4B.

Gross Domestic Product & Income.

Stat India Turkey
Population 1.3B 82M
GDP per capita $2k $9.4k
GDP per capita growth 5.71% 1.31%
Purchasing Power Parity conversion factor 18.1 1.61

Is Pakistan a safe country?

Exercise a high degree of caution in Pakistan due to the unpredictable security situation. There is a threat of terrorism, civil unrest, sectarian violence and kidnapping.

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Has India ever started a war?

For India, the war started on 05 Aug 1965, when Op Gibraltar was launched in J&K, but others say it started on 01 Sep 1965, when Pakistan launched its attack on Chamb-Jaurian. … Unlike Pakistan, India had conducted all operations of 1965 under the rubric of Operation Ablaze.

Who is India at war with?

Company rule in India (1757–1858)

Name of conflict India and allies Opponents
Second Anglo-Burmese War (1852) Company rule in India Burmese Empire
Anglo-Persian War (1856–1857) United Kingdom Company rule in India Afghanistan Iran
Indian Rebellion of 1857 (1857–1858) Company rule in India British Army Mughal Empire