India’s poverty rate has dropped from a staggering 40% in 2015 to around 8% today.
However, there is still a long way to go to achieve the world’s poverty line, which is now around $2.90 per day.
Poverty has been increasing since the global financial crisis and the country’s GDP has been growing rapidly since 2012.
According to the World Bank, India’s gross domestic product has been expanding by 9.7% annually from 2015 to 2017.
However, the economic growth has been a slow one, mainly due to the ongoing financial crisis.
In 2018, the country experienced an average of 3.7 million economic losses per month, which was a far cry from the 1.7 billion losses that the government had claimed.
India’s economic growth of 9.9% in 2017 and 8.2% in 2018 was a very good performance, but India’s population has only been growing by 1.5% per year for the last 30 years.
India’s economic development is dependent on the growth of its industrial sector and agriculture, but its rapid growth has also resulted in an unprecedented growth in inequality.
In India, almost half of the people are poor, according to a 2017 report by the National Sample Survey Organisation.
The poverty rate in India has risen from 30% in the early 1990s to over 40% today, according the latest census.
This is a massive change from the 1980s when the poverty rate was around 20% and poverty was relatively low.
In recent years, the government has taken a number of measures to tackle the problem.
It has introduced a number atypical policies like subsidised housing and subsidised medical care.
The government has also introduced a package of policies that are supposed to help the poor, like the National Food Security Act, Food Security Bill, and the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act.
However the implementation of these policies has been spotty at best, with the National Disaster Relief Scheme being the most notable.
The National Disaster Response Force is supposed to be the main agency for disaster relief, but it has been ineffectual.
The government has introduced policies like ‘sustainable agriculture’ and ‘farm to fork’ to help farmers.
However farmers have been facing problems with these policies and are still facing high unemployment and poverty.
The situation is worsening with each passing year.
The poverty rate is now close to 35% in rural areas and the poverty level in urban areas is close to 40% as well.
The urban poverty level is around 26% and in rural regions, it is close at 25%.
In cities, poverty levels have increased from 20% to 30%.
The poverty rates in India are currently around 7%.
The government says it is making significant progress towards the poverty line and is now aiming to achieve an average annual income of $2,000 per month by 2022.
However poverty in India is not limited to the poor.
There are a number other issues facing the country.
The country has a high number of foreign tourists and the number of people who are foreign-born has increased from 7% in 1995 to 15% in 2019.
This has led to an increased number of cases of tuberculosis in the country, and it has also led to a rise in the number people living in informal settlements.
The number of Indians living in poverty has increased to over 60 million.
According the World Health Organization, the number one cause of death in India was cardiovascular disease in 2017.
The World Bank reported that India has one of the highest rates of preventable death in the developed world.
There is a serious problem with health infrastructure and services, with hospitals failing to provide proper care, and a high level of drug-resistant infections.
According one study, only one in ten people in India can get a free check-up, and over half of those are under-privileged.
The Government of India is facing a serious shortage of healthcare and education.
There have been numerous cases of corruption and bribery, and there are some concerns over the quality of medical services in India.