The Census is back! This time with an easier to read report
The census, as it’s known in India, is a key measure of population growth and change and is also the subject of a debate.
As with most other census surveys, this one was released this year with a new data set.
The first one, in 2012, showed India’s population at 9.37 billion.
The second, in 2016, showed it at 935.6 million.
This time around, the new data sets showed that India’s new population is projected to be 9.7 billion by 2053, and 9.8 billion by 2100.
While the first census in 2012 showed a population of just over 9.3 billion, that figure has since climbed to a staggering 9.45 billion.
The first census was released in 2013, and it showed that the country’s population was growing by 8.2% annually.
Now, the first one shows a population that is growing at a much slower pace of 6.2%.
India’s population has increased from an estimated 6.5 billion in the year 2000 to 8.6 billion in 2017.
The data shows that India is one of the fastest growing countries in the world.
The new census, which is now expected to be released in 2019, will show how the country has grown since then.
The country’s growth has been attributed to a number of factors, including the rapid expansion of urban areas, a rapid economic growth, and the growth of an educated workforce.