India has long been famous for its colorful and intricate wooden trays, but a new report from India’s leading newspaper has revealed how the country has become a country of whitening.
India has the world’s highest proportion of people living in poverty, with an estimated 2.5 million people living on less than $1.25 a day.
But the government is taking action to improve the condition of its poorest citizens.
In April, it announced plans to build over 10 million homes in the next four years, and plans to open more than 5 million new homes.
India’s population is expected to reach 1.3 billion by 2037.
In an effort to reduce poverty and reduce its environmental impact, India is also introducing the World Health Organization’s Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) into its public policies.
The goal of eradicating extreme poverty by 2050 is a key component of the country’s MDGs, but its implementation has not yet been completed.
India’s government has invested more than $4.6 billion to meet its MDGs commitments, but the country is still far from meeting the targets.
The country has one of the highest rates of infant mortality in the world.
The government estimates that 1.2 million newborns die in India each year due to maternal-to-child transmission, an amount nearly as high as the total number of births in the United States.
India is also home to some of the world, the most polluted cities in the developed world.
In May, the government announced plans for a massive clean-up of the Kudankulam nuclear power plant in Tamil Nadu, which has been a site of much controversy.
The government says the cleanup will be done safely, and that it will remove toxic waste and other pollutants from the site.
But the government’s clean-ups have caused widespread protests and has drawn international criticism.