How India has become India’s new superpower

Today, India has emerged as the world’s biggest power after overtaking China.

It has also become the largest emerging market, where its economy is valued at nearly $3 trillion.

The country’s economy has doubled in size since 2000 and is now worth more than $1 trillion, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

This has allowed the Indian government to pursue ambitious reforms.

The country is also the world leader in terms of the number of new government jobs and economic growth.

The GDP is expected to grow by 2.3% this year.

The Modi government has done away with the “black money” policy, which was introduced by former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in 2009, and adopted a “Make in India” campaign that aims to promote the country’s manufacturing sector.

The Indian government has also launched a digital economy, which aims to make India the country where people can get online at a very cheap rate, and make use of all available technology to create and access information.

The government has promised to create more than 15 million jobs, and it has invested nearly $100 billion in infrastructure projects.

These include the $1.5 billion rail link between New Delhi and Gurgaon, as well as a $4 billion solar energy project to be constructed by the National Green Investment Corporation.

In addition, the Indian Railways has set up a digital portal for railway commuters to pay fares.

These are all signs of a rapidly expanding economy.

But the growth is not enough to pay for the government’s ambitious plans to reform the economy and create more jobs.

India is one of the most unequal countries in the world, with about 40% of its population living in poverty, according the International Labour Organization (ILO).

India has also been one of its worst performers on the World Bank’s World Development Indicators (WDI) ranking for the last three years.

The Indian economy, however, is one where the government has been able to focus on social and economic development.

The BJP government, led by Narendra Modi, is set to enter power on November 6 and is expected soon to sign the Paris Agreement on climate change.

The agreement aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 26% from 2005 levels by 2030, and is estimated to reduce poverty by 10% by 2050.