What is India?

India, one of the poorest countries in the world, has the third largest Muslim population in the entire world and the fifth largest Christian population.

Its the third most populated country in the region after China and Bangladesh.

As such, it is the third country to experience a major religious split in recent years, following Pakistan and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

Indians are divided between Hindus and Muslims.

In fact, there are about 2.5 million Hindus in India, and Muslims make up about 8.5 percent of the country’s population.

Hindus are divided into two religions: the Hindu Rashtra Samithi and the Muslim Ulema Council (MUC).

The Muslim Ulesma Council is the largest and most influential Hindu body in India.

India has two main religious groups: Hindus and Sikhs.

Hindus belong to the Hindu caste system, which has existed for centuries.

They believe in a monotheistic God, who created everything, and that He created humanity as well.

Sikhs believe in three different deities: Vishnu, Shiva, and Vishnu-Guru.

There are also sects within each group, and Hindus have a strong sense of nationalism.

Muslims, on the other hand, follow the Sunni sect, which worships the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

Since the Islamic State group (ISIS) emerged as a terrorist organization in 2014, the country has been gripped by the threat of Islamic terror attacks, and the threat has continued to grow.

Indian security forces have stepped up their counter-terrorism operations to combat the ISIS threat.

According to the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation, there have been more than 100 terror attacks in India since 2015, and over 5,000 people have been killed by ISIS in the country.

ISIS has also claimed responsibility for the assassination of former Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2016.

Over 100,000 Hindus have fled their homes since the violence in 2015.

Hindu organisations have said that the recent wave of violence in India has a lot to do with the country being the world’s largest Muslim-majority country, and many Hindus fear the country is heading toward another major religious conflict.

But the main focus of this year’s attacks has been on the city of Bengaluru, home to the countrys largest Hindu population.

In September, a car bomb killed more than 40 people in the city, which is home to about 50 million people.

A group of Hindu leaders said that since the Islamic terror group has not attacked the city yet, the violence is part of an anti-Muslim campaign.

After the deadly attacks in Bengaluru in November, India’s Supreme Court ordered the Centre to prepare for a massive communal riot in the capital, Delhi.

The Delhi attack is the second major attack on Indian soil this year, and it is likely to be the deadliest, with at least 300 people killed and thousands more injured.

Though India has no law on blasphemy, the Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence for blasphemy and has been cracking down on religious speech and incitement in recent months.

While the country saw a spate of terrorist attacks in 2017, India has experienced fewer attacks in recent times.

The country also has no major political parties and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has not been in power since 2014.

However, the recent string of terror attacks have been blamed on India’s military-dominated Congress Party.

The BJP has denied any involvement in the attacks.

Since 2014, India is the only country in Asia to have a government that has failed to end its sectarian violence.

At the same time, India remains the only major country in South Asia to not have a majority Muslim majority, and a majority Christian majority.