Indian media are reporting that a survey has shown that the country has a whopping 70% of the world’s disease network.
The survey was carried out by the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which said that India is one of the top 20 countries in terms of disease network in the world.
The number of diseases in the country is said to be nearly 4 billion, which is higher than the entire world population.
The survey also found that the Indian population is nearly half that of the average population, which makes it the world number 2 in terms in terms for number of people living in extreme poverty.
The figure is also higher than other countries like Russia, China, and Bangladesh, which account for around half the population.
According to the study, the number of illnesses was found to be similar across different geographical areas, which also suggests that the same is true for deaths, as well.
This suggests that there is no clear difference between India and other countries, especially compared to the West.
The country’s current population is around one billion people.
It has a population density of 7.5 people per square kilometer.
The study also noted that the number and type of deaths was similar in the two regions, but there was no clear differentiation between regions.
According a spokesperson from the CDC, the report was conducted on the first week of October and was based on data from over 1.5 million health workers across the country.
The researchers used the data to construct a network map of India’s geographical distribution.
The map shows India as a region of extreme poverty with a total population of about 2.3 billion.
According to the CDC’s report, the Indian health sector accounts for 4% of India GDP, and 6% of its population, making India the second-most impoverished country in the World.
The Indian health infrastructure is extremely complex, as the government has been struggling with a huge number of problems related to disease, as per the CDC report.
The government has also been struggling to implement various initiatives to tackle the problem, with a large number of health workers still not being paid for their work.