India’s most formidable rival is China, with whom it fought a short, sharp border war with in 1962.
Su-30MKI Fighter One of India’s newest fighters is an updated design dating back to the late 1970s.
An evolution of the Su-27 Flanker, the Su-30MKI has been extensively upgraded, and the result is a long-range, twin-engine fighter with a powerful radar and amazing twelve hard points for the attachment of weapons.
Complicating matters for India, the two countries are allies.
Advances in military technology mean India’s large reserves of manpower are no longer as useful as they once were, and India will need to favor the former over the latter if it wants to match—and deter—Chinese and Pakistani forces.
A portion of the IAF’s Su-30MKI force has been modified by Israel for the strategic reconnaissance role.
A mother-of-two who found young white girls for Asian men to sexually exploit told police: 'It's self inflicted and I've got no sympathy for them'.
India’s second most powerful rival is Pakistan, which was also part of the British Raj.
India and Pakistan have fought four wars since 1947, and frequently appear on the verge of a fifth.
Carolann Gallon, 22, known as Chucky to friends, trafficked victims across the north of England and was jailed for six years and three months today.