India country

India country

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India is the world’s largest democracy and according to UN estimates, its population is expected to overtake China’s in 2028 to become the world’s most populous nation.

As a rising economic powerhouse and nuclear-armed state, India has emerged as an important regional power.

But it is also tackling huge, social, economic and environmental problems.

Home to some of the world’ s most ancient surviving civilizations, the Indian subcontinent – from the mountainous Afghan frontier to the jungles of Burma – is both vast and diverse in terms of its people, language and cultural traditions.


Republic of India

Capital: New Delhi

  • Population 1.3 billion
  • Area 3.1 million sq km (1.2 million sq miles), excluding Kashmir
  • Major languages Hindi, English and more than 20 other official languages
  • Major religions Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Sikhism, Buddhism
  • Life expectancy 64 years (men), 68 years (women)
  • Currency Rupee
  • Some key dates in India’s history:

    2500 BC – India has been home to several ancient civilisations and empires.

    1600s – The British arrive in India and establish trading posts under The British East India Company – by the 1850s they control most of India.

    1858 – The British Raj: India comes under direct British government rule.

    1920 – Independence Struggle: Nationalist leader Mahatma Gandhi heads a campaign of non-violent protest against British rule which eventually leads to independence.

    1947 – Partition: India is split into two nations both gaining independence, secular but Hindu-majority India and Muslim-controlled Pakistan. Both countries fight the first of three wars over Kashmir.

    1950 – India becomes a republic. The Indian National Congress becomes the dominant party.

    1962 – India and Pakistan fight a brief border war.

    1971 – India and Pakistan go to war over East Pakistan, leading to the creation of Bangladesh.

    1974 – India conducts its first underground nuclear test.

    1990s – Government initiates a programme of economic liberalisation and reform, opening up the economy to global trade and investment.

    2000 – India’s population tops 1 billion.

    2014 – Hindu nationalist BJP party scores biggest election victory by any party in 30 years.

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