In the past two decades, borderlands science has been on a roll.
The project has been funded by the Indian government for a decade and has generated more than 3,000 patents.
The project has also become an international icon.
The first science fair held in the United States in 2009 was the first of its kind in the world.
But even before that, the project has faced many hurdles.
“The project was not ready for the time and place of the event,” says K.S. Ramanathan, an engineer who co-founded the Indian Border Science Project.
“The event was at the time of the US presidential election.
But the country was not really ready for a science event, which was an issue.”
The problem has been compounded by the borderlands itself.
While the border has a border between it and Pakistan, the rest of the country is part of India.
The borderlands are also the home of some of the most spectacular natural beauty in the country, including the Blue Mountains, which stretch from the border to the Himalayas.
The mountains have also been home to several border disputes.
The borderlands project is also facing another challenge: India’s national security, which has long been a concern to the Indian military.
It was the issue that led to the 2008 India-Pakistan war.
As the conflict spilled over into the border, it created a massive refugee crisis.
The security threat, however, has not diminished.
Indian military officers, who have been operating on the border for decades, have been trained and armed to the teeth.
It is the responsibility of the Indian National Security Forces to secure the border.
But there are also some concerns that the project may be compromised.
The first stage of the project, called the Border Zone Project, was supposed to last for two years.
But, with the current budget of $6.5 million, it has been reduced to just three months.
In an interview with NDTV, Ramanath said the project is “failing in two aspects: the security, and the funding.”
The Indian government has already said it will not invest more money into the project.
And the Border Security Initiative (BSI), which is the name for the project and which aims to improve security along the Indian-Pakistani border, has been criticized for being insufficiently funded.
A new round of funding will be announced soon.
However, Ramanth said it is not certain the new funding will materialize, as the project does not appear to be able to attract international funding.
The government has also been criticised for failing to provide any adequate compensation for the displaced people.
The last few months have been particularly challenging for the border areas.
For the past six months, over 1,500 people have been killed along the borders, most of them civilians.
The country has also faced many challenges related to climate change.
India’s largest state, Uttar Pradesh, has seen its average rainfall fall by up to 10% every year since 2007.
The country has not been able to cope with the situation.
In March, the Supreme Court ruled that India needs to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions to protect the environment.
The Supreme Court also ordered a review of the border regions’ security measures.
But the Indian Army has been able successfully to keep the borderlines open for many years.
In fact, it is a major reason why India has so much natural beauty and also has a high literacy rate.
In some places, like the Jammu and Kashmir region, the border is so well maintained that even the military is not able to breach the borders.
“It is not easy to deal with the climate change issue.
The climate is changing and the climate is a threat to the lives of people,” Ramanatha said.