News paper Junagadh, India, Jan. 18, 2019: For a country that once considered itself a modern-day India, the Indian army has its own problems.
As India prepares to commemorate Independence Day, it is time for an overview of its past, present and future.
The army has faced a range of challenges during its existence.
It fought two world wars, and is widely seen as one of the world’s worst peacetime militaries.
Its military has been beset by corruption and human rights abuses.
Its political system is a threat to India’s democratic norms.
It has been a target of foreign attacks and terrorist attacks.
The nation has witnessed the rise of the anti-nationals and anti-India sentiment that has made some analysts question its intentions.
In the aftermath of the attacks in Mumbai in 2012, then-Prime Minister Narendra Modi pledged to strengthen India’s military.
But it is a challenge the army faces today.
The current crisis is the latest in a string of episodes that have rattled India’s civilian leadership.
Its armed forces have been besets by a series of crises.
The Indian Army was created to protect the country from foreign invasion.
In 1948, the then-Congress Party government in the northeast under Nehru sent in soldiers to take out communist insurgents in Assam.
India’s military has suffered more than half a century of military mismanagement.
Its commanders have been accused of corruption, abuse of power and other abuses.
Its top leaders have been jailed and the government has been accused by rights groups of violating the rights of the people.
And the army has been at the center of political infighting.
A decade after India was declared a democracy, India is struggling to deal with a growing wave of nationalism, a new wave of Islamist extremism, and a new crop of extremist political movements that are often supported by the Indian state.
The army is not the only force in the country that is struggling with these challenges.
The Indian government’s recent military spending has come at a time when it is facing a number of domestic and foreign challenges.
Many in the Indian public want to see an end to the army’s decades of mismanagement and corruption.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modisgovernment, left, with his Indian army chief General Bipin Rawat in 2016.
The military has faced problems that have made it a target for foreign attacks.
After the recent terror attacks in the capital, New Delhi, in which a group of men killed more than 60 people, some Indian leaders called for a full investigation.
The government has not acted on this request, which is why many are calling for the resignation of the army chief, General Bapat Singh Rawat, who has served in the position since 2008.
Prime Minister Modi’s government has taken a number inroads to improve its military.
First, in April 2019, India’s Supreme Court ordered a probe into allegations of sexual abuse against a top army officer, General Dalbir Singh.
At the time, the army said it was taking the matter seriously and was not ruling out the possibility of discipline.
But the investigation has stalled.
The inquiry has found no evidence of abuse against any army officer.
Second, the military began to diversify its military operations, with some soldiers returning to civilian life.
In October 2019, the government announced that it would create a new army, the Army of Transformation, which will focus on modernizing its military to modernize its command structure.
The new army will have an additional force of around 1,500 soldiers.
Third, India has begun a series for military training.
In September 2020, the country will host a military exercises called Rapid Action Warrior.
Fourth, India also launched a new training academy to help train military personnel.
Fifth, the defence minister said in January that India will start building a military academy, and will soon start training more than 10,000 cadets in a new military training college.
Sixth, in the past two years, the state has been conducting a massive offensive against militant groups.
The attacks that took place in the western state of Maharashtra in 2016, which killed more then 50 people, led to a crackdown by the army.
Then-Indian army chief Gen. Bipis Singh Rawawat and his Indian counterpart, Gen. Pranab Mukherjee, on Dec. 12, 2017, at the headquarters of the armed forces in New Delhi.
The government has announced that the country’s armed forces will be “modernized,” and is looking at building a new force of more than 3,000 soldiers.
It is also building a national security centre, and deploying additional troops to the north-east.
The next phase will be to develop a modernised command structure for the army and develop a military training academy, the Defence Ministry said.
It is also considering creating a national force of 2,500-3,000 troops to strengthen the military, the ministry said in a statement.
“The government is