i) diplomatic relationships between India and Israel in 1992.

i)                   
Introduction: In June 1947, the plan for
the partition of Palestine was presented by the United Nations and then adopted
it as the Resolution 181. In 1949 first India voted against the claim of the
Jewish people on the state of Palestine because Mahatma Gandhi opposed the
creation on religious terms but he also believed that the claim of Jews on
Palestine state is right. After that India condemned its vote against Israel
many Indian leaders admired Jewish efforts and they also thinked that acquiring
Palestine by Jews is the best Jewish Claim.

In 1950, India recognized the state of
Israel. JawaharLal Nehru was the president of India at that time and he said
that creation of Israel is a fact and also covered their mistake of voting
against the creation of Israel in the United Nation by saying that we’ve made
that mistake because we don’t wanna offend our Arabic friends in the Middle
East. Actually, the main thinking behind all this was superpower America which
maybe forced India to vote for the creation of Israel because Nehru did not
want to pursue full diplomatic relations with Israel, So it clearly shows that
Nehru or India both were forced beautifully to change their vote against Jewish
Claim in the United Nations. The realtions between India and Israel was
informal till 1990’s because India was also scared of the Muslims living in
Bharat and also feared of the relationships with Persian Gulf who were helping
India in foreign exchange and many other reserving policies and maybe this was
another reason of maintaining an informal relations till 1990’s. Lets discuss
what happened after 1990’s.

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ii)                 
Economic Relations:

After the establishment of diplomatic
relationships between India and Israel in 1992. The economic relations between
two nations increased rapidly from US$ 204 million in 1992 to US$ 5000 million
dollars. In 2010, India became the sixth best Israel’s economic partner and
third largest economic partner in Asia after China and India was also ranked 9th
largest import source for Israel. Actually, there is another reason of India’s
supportive behaviour with Israel which is the tension between Israel and
Pakistan due to the condemned of Israel as a state for Jewish people. Some
imports contains stones, metals, chemicals, textile and machinery etc. and
major imports from Israel contains transport equipments, stones, machinery etc.

These two countries are economically
strong and Israel is also called as mini America due to its policy making and
its active role in the World. America and India both are supporting Israel
economically and these roles are getting stronger days by days.

Now, today the list of the technology
and things these countries are exchanging with each other are security systems,
chemicals, agricultural techniques, minerals, pharmaceuticals, financial
services etc.

iii)               
Military Relationships:

From 2012, both Nations sell and buy a
lot of technology (Warfare weaponry) from each other because in 2012 external
affair ministed of India visited Jewish state and he has signed a lot of
agreements to buy new technology and then later in 2014 Israel exported more
than US$ 600 million dollars worth of defensive weapons and a lot of drones
were buyed by India to protect its border and those drones were worth US$400
million dollars.

They’ve also shared military strategies
with each other to fight so called Islamic terrorist in both regions and their
military relationships are getting stronger days by days by these agreements
and they’ve also signed some navy agreements together and now both are working
together in the Sea. India have buyed a lot of arms and and latest technology
jets and a lot of technological warheads including special air crafts, even
ships too.

Military of both nations shares a lot of
things together like planning and the military relations between both nations
are getting more strong day by day.

iv)               
Strategic Relationships:

Army of Israel is fighting ISIS and many
other so called Islamic terrorist groups in their region with the help and
support of America and now India is also trying to work with Israel (Jewish
Nation) to completely destroy this terrorist organizations and they are still
making strategies together to conquer terrorist organizations. Under US
influenced Israel stopped its trades with China and China didn’t support Israel
due to its Arabic Connections. So India is Israel number one client in this
region. Israel is basically full dependent on United States, Israel’s military
transfer began late in 1990’s in India. After that India becomes Israel’s
leading arms market and a substantial economic partner. Both nation’s
intelligence agencies (Mosad and Ra) sharing strategic plannings together to
support each other’s connections within the both states. The main point in this
is that both countries are under US influnce and they got full support from
United States in every aspect and as United States forces Israel to stop its
trade and economic sharing in China then the only region in Asia who wants
Israel to be a successful Jewish state is India and almost every country in
South Asia is against Palestine Partioning including Pakistan.
The biggest strategic operation of Mosad and Raw is “Cit X Operation” according
to this operation they are trying to engage every possible drug lord and
internation criminal including (Afghans terrorist groups) to target Pakistan
and the funding raised for this operation is by illegal poppy distribution and
drug trafficking. Now as we know India is the fifth largest poppy production
country in the World. So both countries are getting full benefits through this
drug type of thing to promote operation “Cit X” which can be dangerous for
Pakistan.

v)                 
Trade:

Israeli imports from India
amounted to $2 billion or 3.5% of its overall imports in 2015. The 10 major
commodities exported from India to Israel were:

Gems, precious metals and
coins: $973.6 million

Organic Chemicals: $296.5 million

Electronic
Equipments: $121.2 million

Medical,
technical equipment: $59.3 million

Plastics:
$56.4 million

Vehicles:
$44.4 million

Machinery:
$38.1 million

Other
textiles, worn clothing: $31.8 million

Knit
or crochet clothing: $31.6 million

Clothing
(not knit or crochet): $30.8 million

Israeli
exports to India amounted to $2.3 billion or 3.8% of its overall exports in
2015. The 10 major commodities exported from Israel to India were:

Gems, precious
metals and coins: $933.7 million

Electronic
Equipment: $389.3 million

Medical,
technical equipment: $180.7 million

Iron or steel products:
$170.3 million

Fertilisers:
$157 million

Machinery:
$110.9 million

Organic
Chemicals: $69.8 million

Other
chemical goods: $44.2 million

Inorganic
Chemicals: $43.6 million

Plastics:
$29.5 million