A border line is the territorial limits between two countries. India shares land borders with seven countries include Bhutan, Bangladesh, China , Afghanistan, Myanmar, Nepal and Pakistan. Another maritime borders with Sri Lanka, Maldives and Indonesia. India has 15,200 km (9,445 mi) of land borders and a coastline of 7,516.6 km (4,670.6 mi) including its island territories. So the international border lines of India all information in this.1. McMahon Line
McMahon Line is between the Tibetan region of China and the north east region of India. British colonial administrator Henry McMahon signed between British and Tibetan representatives at the 1914 Simla Convention. It’s line is extends for 550 miles from Bhutan in the west to 160 miles east of the great bend of the Brahmaputra river in the east. Anglo-Russian convention was denounced in 1921. The British government of India drew an “outer line” intended as an international boundary in 1873. The British published the Simla accord in Aitchison’s treaties in 1938. China deployed troops in the valley before an Indian team arrived in 1986. The McMahon Line India’s nuclear test in 1998 and continuing to the present as well as both sides generally attribute to disagreements of less than a kilometer as to the exact location of the LAC (Line of actual control).
2. Radcliffe Line
Radcliffe line was between the India and Pakistan portions of the Punjab and Bengal province of British India. The responsibility the equitably divide 1,75,000 square miles of territory with 88 million people. 17 August 1947 the demarcation line was published the partition of India. Currently its western side still serves as the indo-Pakistani border and the eastern side serves as the India-Bangladesh border. The Punjab commission was justices Mehr Chand Mahajan , Teja Singh , Din Mohamed and Muhammad Munir. The number of Hindus and Muslims on the wrong side of the list was not the only concern to balance. Radcliffe line had ever visited India film producer Ram Madhvani make a nine minutes short film where he explored the plausible scenario of Radcliffe regretting the line he drew.
3. Durand Line
Durand line is 2,200 km border between Pakistan and Afghanistan. Border was established in 1893 between Sir Mortimer Durand he was diplomat and civil servant of the British Raj and Abdur Rahman Khan. Durand line border length is 2430 km. 12 November 1893 contains seven short articles include a commitment not to exercise interference beyond the Durand line. Pakistan recognized the Durand border as an international border it’s remains largely unrecognized by Afghanistan. Afghan president Hamid Karzai said that Afghanistan will be “never recognize” the Durand line as the international border between the two countries. The international security assistance force have begin use unmanned aerial vehicle from the Afghan side to hit terrorist targets on the Pakistan side of the Durand line in 2009.
4. Line Of Actual Control
Line of actual control is between India and China is the former princely state of Jammu and Kashmir. Line of actual control in the is 4,056 km long and traverse five Indian states include Jammu and Kashmir, uttarakhand , Himachal Pradesh Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh. Line is between India and China after the 1962 war until 1993. It was officially accepted as the line of actual control in a bilateral agreement. Chinese troops was a there week standoff between Indian and Chinese troops 30 km southeast of Daulat beg oldi in 2013. India and China signed a border defense cooperation agreement to ensure that patrolling along the line of actual control does not escalate into armed conflict in October 2013.
5. Line Of Control
Line of control the Indian and Pakistani controlled parts of the former princely state of Jammu and Kashmir. It’s the India-Pakistan border countries from the southernmost point on the LOC. The Kashmir line of control as one of the most dangerous place in the world. The Jhelum valley route is the only entrance and exit of the Kashmir valley at that time. Jammu and Kashmir claims the whole region include Azad Kashmir and Gilgit – Baltistan territory as it own. In 1972 the Indian line of control fencing is a 550 km barrier along the 740 km disputed. The fencing and con cantina wire eight to twelve feet in height and connected to a network of motion sensors. There are two crossings at Haji Pir and one near Tattapani, but it is not operational at the moment.