editor Free article author As of last year, India was the most populated country in the world and the third most populous in Asia with almost half of the world’s population.
According to the United Nations Population Division, India is home to about one-third of the population and one in three of the poorest in the region.
But the country’s growth has been driven by its urban middle class, which is increasingly finding itself excluded from the labour force and facing a sharp increase in its housing costs.
As India’s population boomed over the past decade, the country also became increasingly reliant on the labour of migrants, which saw a sharp rise in migration from the north-east, followed by a rapid growth in migration to cities.
This year, it’s expected that around half of India’s workers will be migrants, according to the Population Division.
This year, about 8.4 lakh migrant workers from Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka are expected to arrive in India.
These are the poorest workers who are most likely to be affected by the new wave of migration, which also includes the arrival of migrants from the US, Australia, New Zealand and other countries.
“There are now over 7 million migrants in India,” says Anand Sharma, an assistant professor at the Jawaharlal Nehru University and one of the authors of the report.
“The number of migrant workers has been rising rapidly in the last few years and they have come from Bangladesh and Nepal and are arriving at a higher rate than ever before.”
As of this year, more than 4.8 million migrants are expected from these three countries, according the report, with the majority of these coming from Bangladesh.
The number is expected to grow to 8.7 million by 2021.
While the growth of migrant labour in India has been slower than other countries, there has been a dramatic rise in migrant arrivals in the past few years.
In 2016, the number of migrants in the country who had landed in India was around 10 million, according data from the Indian Statistical Institute.
This number increased to 11 million in 2017, and 11 million by 2019.
In the last two years, the migrant population in India is expected be over 18 million.
This is expected increase is in part because the country has more migrants, says Sharma.
“This is mainly because of the migrant labour laws that have been passed recently.
They were introduced in June 2018 and in August 2018.
So it has made it easier for them to move freely in the economy.”
But in terms of the number, India’s migrant population is just over 5 million, and India has an estimated population of 6.7 billion,” he says.
India is also the most densely populated country with a population density of 1,700 people per square kilometre.
According the UN, there are 1.28 million migrant workers in India and another 1.18 million migrant households.
These migrant workers are expected increase in the coming years, as India’s urban population grows and as more people move to the country.
According to the UN Migration Department, India has the largest number of urban migrants in Asia and Europe with 1.5 million.
This is expected rise in the next few years with the increase of the urban migrant population due to the growth in migrant labour.
According the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs, India lost 1.4 million migrant labour migrants in 2016, with an estimated number of migration workers expected to reach over 1.8 billion by 2021, up from 1.3 billion in 2020.
According India’s immigration rules, migrant workers can stay in India only for a limited period of time and can only work for a minimum of five days a week.
This restriction has led to the sharp increase of migration from Bangladesh as well as Nepal, Sri Lanka and India, and is likely to increase in 2019 and 2020.
While there has not been an official estimate of the migrants in Bangladesh, a survey conducted by the Centre for Migration Research, a research group, found that between June 2017 and June 2018, Bangladesh was the country with the highest number of people migrating from Bangladesh for reasons other than work.
In this period, Bangladesh has been the country of migration for the highest numbers of migrants.
Some have been forced to take shelter at hostels in other countries or have even taken up work on the streets of India, but they are scared of being arrested or deported.””
Many migrant workers have been living in fear of losing their jobs.
Some have been forced to take shelter at hostels in other countries or have even taken up work on the streets of India, but they are scared of being arrested or deported.”
Migrants are scared about their lives in India as well.
They are also afraid about their safety.
The police and the courts are not treating them with respect.
Many migrant workers live in fear that they will be arrested and deported,” he said.
In India, migrants are often given work certificates and other forms of social protection to keep them alive and working, says Ajay Singh, a professor at Jawahalo University.
The work certificates are typically issued to migrant workers who have passed a certain point in