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Idia (Hindi: Bhārat), ka a tu kina na Ripabuliki ni Idia (Hindi: Bhārat Gaṇarājya), e dua na matanitu mai na Ceva Esia. Sa ikoya na ikavitu ni matanitu levu duadua ena vanua, na ikarua ni matanitu populous, kei na veilewelevu demokarasi e vuravura. Vauci mai na Wasa Idia ena ceva, na Wasawasa Arapea ena cevara, kei na toba ni Bengal ena cevatokalau, ka wasea na iyalayala ni vanua ki na Pakisitani ki na ra; Jaina, Nepal, kei Bhutan ki na vualiku; kei Bangladesh kei Myanmar ki na tokalau. Ena Wasa Idia, o Idia e tiko ena a ni Sri Lanka kei Maldives; rau wasea o Andaman kei Nicobar Yanuyanu e dua na iyalayala maritime kei Thailand kei Indonesia.


India is a secular federal republic governed in a democratic parliamentary system. It is a pluralistic, multilingual and multi-ethnic society. India's population grew from 361 million in 1951 to 1,211 million in 2011.[1] During the same time, its nominal per capita income increased from US$64 annually to US$1,498, and its literacy rate from 16.6% to 74%. From being a comparatively destitute country in 1951,[2] India has become a fast-growing major economy, a hub for information technology services, with an expanding middle class.[3] It has a space programme which includes several planned or completed extraterrestrial missions. Indian movies, music, and spiritual teachings play an increasing role in global culture.[4] India has substantially reduced its rate of poverty, though at the cost of increasing economic inequality.[5] India is a nuclear weapons state, which ranks high in military expenditure. It has disputes over Kashmir with its neighbours, Pakistan and China, unresolved since the mid-20th century.[6] Among the socio-economic challenges India faces are gender inequality, child malnutrition,[7] and rising levels of air pollution.[8] India's land is megadiverse, with four biodiversity hotspots.[9] Its forest cover comprises 21.4% of its area.[10] India's wildlife, which has traditionally been viewed with tolerance in India's culture,[11] is supported among these forests, and elsewhere, in protected habitats.

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