A soldier of the Indian Border Security Force guards a national highway leading to Ladakh region last month. Photo: DPAA soldier of the Indian Border Security Force guards a national highway leading to Ladakh region last month. Photo: DPA
A soldier of the Indian Border Security Force guards a national highway leading to Ladakh region last month. Photo: DPA

First China, now Pakistan: India faces prospect of war on two fronts

  • Indian military officials are growing concerned that China and Pakistan might gang up on New Delhi at a time when it is faced with surging coronavirus
  • It is an eventuality long considered, but despite planning, the need to commit resources to two fronts at the same time would stretch the armed forces

Topic |   India
A soldier of the Indian Border Security Force guards a national highway leading to Ladakh region last month. Photo: DPAA soldier of the Indian Border Security Force guards a national highway leading to Ladakh region last month. Photo: DPA
A soldier of the Indian Border Security Force guards a national highway leading to Ladakh region last month. Photo: DPA
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