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A new survey published by the IT consultancy Infometrics reveals that, on average, India’s population of 4.1 billion is more likely to read an article about a specific event in the news than a story about a person, animal or place in the country’s history.
This is according to the latest results of the survey, which was conducted from January 3 to 5.
According to the survey results, there are more than 9.5 million Indian people who read news stories on a daily basis, and more than 14 million who read a story online.
This suggests that news is more readily accessible to India’s citizens, and that its daily circulation is much higher than its population, which is just over 6 billion.
In terms of the number of Indians who read the news on a weekly basis, this is also higher than the total population, with over 4.4 billion people.
On the other hand, the number who read online news stories is very small: less than 1 per cent of the country.
Infometrics’ results are similar to those published by Google Trends and published by TechRadars data aggregator, TechSage.
This is the first time that Infometics has been able to compare its results with the results of these other two data aggregators, which were conducted in the last two months.
The latest findings from Infometilities survey show that the news stories that are read the most in India are those about events that took place in 2013, when Narendra Modi was the prime minister.
This indicates that Modi was very popular among the country in 2013 and 2014, which indicates that he could get more support from people who voted for him.
However, this does not mean that people in India, who voted in 2014, are not interested in news.
Infomedics’ results indicate that in terms of people who actually read news, news is most likely to be read by those who are interested in the current news events.
This also indicates that people who are in favour of Modi and those who vote for him tend to be the people who also read the latest news stories, which implies that they are more likely than others to have read the recent news about the country, and therefore the latest events.
The data indicates that news stories are read most by those that voted for Modi in 2014.
In fact, the most popular news story is one about the death of former prime minister Indira Gandhi, with news about that particular event being read by almost 10 per cent, followed by an update on the new Delhi High Court judge’s decision to strike down the law that would have made it a crime to “disobey a public servant”.
Infomedices survey also reveals that people are most likely in favour with the government’s decision that the Delhi High court judge who ruled that the law could be enforced as a crime against the state’s citizens is to retire.
This shows that the Modi government is not popular with people who do not vote for Modi.
It also indicates the government is likely to have a relatively low voter turnout.
It is interesting to note that, in the previous survey, the largest audience for news was those who voted to make Modi prime minister in 2014 but who also voted for Indira in 2014; however, this survey suggests that the current government is very popular with the people of India.
The data also shows that news articles about Indira’s death are read more often by people who did not vote in 2014 for the BJP.
This implies that the people that voted to bring Modi into power in 2014 are now more likely, in terms and context of the current political situation, to read news about Indiras death.
In the same vein, Infomedics found that the most widely read news article about Modi is the story about his government’s decisions to ban liquor in the city of Bangalore.
This shows that this story is very well received by the people in Bangalore, which suggests that there is a certain level of social support for Modi’s government in the area.
The most widely followed news story about Modi, which also happens to be a popular news item, is that he has banned the sale of liquor in India.
This news story also has an average reach of 3.1 million people, which means that it reaches at least 10 per 100,000 people.
Infomedia, which conducted the Infomedrics survey, did not release the names of the respondents for privacy reasons.
Infomedicys survey results are based on a survey conducted in January, which shows a peak of 7.1 per cent in January.