India has the world’s 2nd largest population and is the 7th largest country geographically, sharing land borders with Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, Myanmar, Nepal and Pakistan. In recent years India has seen significant advancements in its economy and the health and well-being of its people; however poverty remains widespread and India’s gross national product (GNP) is still one of the lowest in the world. Seventy five percent of the Indian population currently resides in rural areas.
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