By K.A. Kannan / November 22, 2017 04:25:56If you’ve ever bought a flat in New Delhi, you know the fear that can paralyze a prospective buyer.
In fact, that fear is not new.
It was there when the last two prime ministers of India were sworn in.
The fear was that if you bought a house in the capital, you would be stuck with a hefty monthly rent of around Rs 500,000.
The fear was compounded when the government introduced the Rent-Free Zones in January 2019.
This meant that you could buy a flat anywhere in the city.
But what if you didn’t want to live there?
How could you live in Delhi if you were a migrant?
And if you had to live in the country?
The answer to both of those questions lies in the fact that India has a population of just 3.3 million, the lowest of any major country.
That’s a staggering number, but it is not unprecedented.
India has more than 1.1 billion people, making it the fifth most populous country on earth, behind only China, Brazil, Russia and the United States.
And the country has a whopping population of more than 200 million.
This population is divided into various categories such as the urban, rural, and the untapped population.
In the past few decades, India has seen a rapid increase in urbanization, especially in urban areas.
Urbanization is defined as a population density of between 10 and 20 people per square kilometer.
India’s population density is around 1.3 per square km.
So, the average urban Indian today, which has a denser population than any other country, has an urbanized population of around 400,000 people.
In the past couple of decades, the urbanization rate in India has been going up rapidly.
In 2016, there were over 1.5 million urban migrants, a growth of about 1.7 per cent in the past decade.
It is estimated that India will have more than 600 million urban immigrants in the next five years.
In 2018, India had more than 7.8 million urban migrant arrivals, a population growth of 1.4 per cent.
In 2020, there was an increase of nearly 9 per cent, with a population that is now about 1 million more than it was in 2016.
The number of urban migrants is not only on the rise, but also growing rapidly.
According to a 2016 report by the United Nations Population Fund, the number of migrants in India is expected to reach 5.2 million by 2020.
The population of India has doubled since 2010, with the country having one of the highest growth rates in the world.
The biggest reason for the rapid urbanization is the rising cost of living.
The average monthly rent in Delhi is around Rs 5,000 ($1,600).
The average household income in India in 2016 was about Rs 14,000 per month.
So if you make that kind of money, you will be able to afford a decent flat, which can accommodate you for life, if you have a good job.
The problem is, many people in India do not have a job.
They don’t even have a proper education.
According to an analysis conducted by a group of economists from Columbia University, about 20 per cent of Indians are unemployed and that number is growing at an alarming rate.
The study found that, by 2020, the unemployment rate in the rural parts of India was over 30 per cent and that in the urban areas, it was around 23 per cent.(The Economist India is a national English-language daily that is part of the Business Standard group of leading English-medium publishers.
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For decades, people have been buying and selling apartments.
Now, people are buying flats.
In addition to the growing number of migrant workers in the Indian cities, there is also a growing population of the urban poor who are not yet able to buy a house.
The most common reason for this is the fact the housing market is not as good as it used to be.
The country’s urban housing market has come under scrutiny in the recent past.
The government has imposed restrictions on buying apartments, and has also mandated a 20 per 100 square metre minimum size for apartments, which means that people in the cities will have to move out of their homes to find a new place to live.
A recent report by a think tank, The Asia Foundation, said that, in 2018, around a quarter of India had no affordable housing at all.
India has also seen a huge increase in the number and number of people renting their apartments, according to a report by Global Times.
In 2017, more than 3.6 million people in rural India were renting their flats