By 2020, India’s total population is expected to hit over 1 billion, a growth of 10% over the next five years.
A quarter of the country’s population are under the age of 50.
India is facing many challenges in the name of climate change.
It is home to more than 40% of the world’s tigers, which are threatened with extinction by poaching and habitat loss.
In the next 20 years, India may lose one-third of its tigers, according to the WWF.
In India, the country also has an epidemic of tuberculosis.
The country is also suffering from the spread of a new virus, which is linked to the spread and spread of malaria.
India also has the highest number of suicides in the world at 5.5 million, according the United Nations.
India’s economic woes have been exacerbated by the country having to resort to draconian measures to tackle the crisis.
The Government has imposed capital controls, forced a number of companies to close, and slashed salaries and pensions.
The situation has been particularly dire for women and the elderly.
In January, India declared a state of emergency after the deadly Swachh Bharat campaign, which was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The initiative, which has been met with criticism by the opposition parties, has resulted in a reduction in the number of women’s public sector jobs and an increase in women’s enrollment in universities and medical schools.
India has also become a global hot spot for online bullying, as many of the people using the social networking sites have become targets for online trolling.
The Indian government has not only failed to address the issues of climate and pollution, but has also sought to create a new “environmentalist” identity.
The new eco-political identity of India is being embraced by many political parties, who are now promoting a new economic model.
The government has also been working to diversify the countrys economy, creating new sectors such as manufacturing, services, and logistics.
India may be home to a large number of tigers, but the country has also witnessed the birth of a variety of other species, such as the elephant, the elephant seal, and the rhinoceros.
It has also seen the introduction of a number species of plants and animals, such a dandelion, wild rose, and bluebell.
It may be a place of tranquility, but there are also some issues with its people.
The number of people in India is growing, but many people are still afraid of being attacked or harassed.
As of 2020, there were nearly 15,000 attacks on people by people who do not belong to any of the traditional communities, according data collected by the National Crime Records Bureau.
According to a 2017 report by the India Centre for Research on Women, many women feel isolated and harassed by society.
They also feel more vulnerable to physical violence than their male counterparts, and suffer from domestic violence, rape, and sexual harassment, according ToG, a research and policy institute.
“They feel that they are being forced to live with the consequences of their behaviour and the environment,” the report states.
“Women are also not allowed to have close relationships with men, and many of them are not even allowed to work outside the home.”
The situation for India’s women is worsening.
According the 2017 report, nearly 40% women in India suffer from a psychological disorder called “perceived powerlessness,” a phenomenon often referred to as “feminine entitlement,” which is characterized by an inability to manage or protect themselves from violence.
According ToG’s report, the mental health of India’s female population has been deteriorating for decades.
According and an infographic created by the think tank, Women, Gender and Environment, the average life expectancy of Indian women is 67 years, compared to the average of 71 years for men.
There are currently 4.7 million women aged under 65 in India.
India currently has one of the highest female suicide rates in the developed world.
The suicide rate is almost triple the global average.
In 2016, India recorded nearly 5,000 suicides, nearly 50% more than the global suicide rate.
The problem of gender inequality in India has been worsened by a number factors, including the fact that women do not make up 50% of all university students, and that India does not have the same gender parity as its Western counterparts.
According data collected in 2018 by the Centre for Social and Economic Research, India has the worst gender pay gap in the global economy.
In 2018, the median gender pay was $1.18 per hour, compared with the global median of $1,836.
India ranked last in the country in terms of gender equity.
The report also noted that, while gender equality is improving, it is not being reflected in terms, and not in the language, of governance.