India has been among the countries hardest hit by the coronavirus outbreak, with the country registering 6,622 new deaths from the virus so far.
The government has been trying to reassure the public by urging them to stay home on Thursday.
But the country is not the only one to be rattled.
Here are five reasons why India is so sensitive.1.
It’s not like the rest of the world:India’s economy is the world’s seventh-largest, and the country has a relatively healthy infrastructure, including an extensive railway network.
So while there is concern about a global pandemic, India is a relatively small and stable country that is well insulated from other large countries.2.
It has more power than any other country: India has the biggest economy in the world, with GDP estimated at $23.4 trillion in 2016.
This is due to the country’s vast territory, which allows it to control much of the flow of foreign currency and trade.
India’s currency, the rupee, is pegged to the dollar.3.
It is a large and densely populated country: In India, the country sits on a border with Pakistan and Bangladesh.
There are more than half a billion people in India, according to the World Bank.
It also has some of the fastest growing populations in the region.4.
The country has been able to maintain its security: India is the second-largest country in the Asia-Pacific region and one of the biggest economies in the global South.
It borders China and the Middle East.
Its defence budget is also among the largest in the entire world.5.
The government is not perfect: India’s health system is not as well established as in other developed countries, and there are many weaknesses in its healthcare infrastructure, such as inadequate vaccination coverage.
But overall, India has a long-term, relatively stable and effective health system, and this is why India’s coronaviruses have not been a major problem.