Originally answered why is india still a developing country even though it has the biggest manpower in the world india is a country with almost 37 of its population between age 20 to 44 further 45 of indian population is below the age of 19 which means that in coming future also we are going to have ample number of youngsters who will . The developing world leading on climate change by vivek dehejia november 9 the evolution of attitudes in india and elsewhere in the developing world is surely noteworthy after 25 years modest gains at mumbai breast milk bank. Latest news and information from the world bank and its development work in india access indias economy facts statistics project information development research from experts and latest news. Mumbai for decades developed and developing have served as agreeable economic nomenclatures to classify countries based on their prosperity and standards of living thats about to change with the world bank switching to more precise though unvarnished descriptions of economies
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