Which is better for Kerala, Kerala or Karnataka?

The people of Kerala and Karnataka live a different story than the rest of India.

The southern state of Kerala has the highest rate of infant deaths in the country, while Karnataka is home to the highest number of maternal deaths.

However, the most recent Census of India showed that Kerala’s population rose from 11.2 crore to 12.5 crore people in just 12 years, while the number of its women in the workforce increased from 4.4 lakh to 5.9 lakh in just the same period.

These numbers are not particularly different from those in other states of India like Odisha, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

In fact, according to a recent report by the World Bank, India’s population growth is actually higher than any other country, especially the United States, China and Germany.

The report also points out that in the 21st century, India is on track to be the fastest growing economy in the world, surpassing the United Kingdom and France.

Karnataka, however, is more than just a population-dependent state.

The state has also been an important player in the Indian subcontinent, with its rich history and extensive infrastructure.

In addition to the high birth and death rates in Kerala, there are also many issues in the state, like the state’s low literacy rate and high unemployment.

So, what are the different ways of measuring population?

There are a number of different population indicators, including births, deaths and net migration.

There is also a range of population categories, including sub-groups, such as Muslims, Christians, Sikhs and others.

All these are used to rank the states on the international rankings of the world’s largest economies.

The United Nations Population Division, however takes a more pragmatic approach.

It uses a formula known as population sub-regions that is based on the population density of a population.

In this formula, the number is calculated by dividing the total population of the country by the total number of sub-populations.

The number of people who are born to a given woman is added to the total.

For instance, the total female population of India is equal to the population of all the women who were born in the last six months.

The result is then the number that is considered the national total population.

In other words, the country’s total population is the total of all its sub-population, including women who are not married, divorced, widowed or the disabled.

This number is then divided by the population densities of all these sub-nations to get the population size of the nation.

In other words: the total is equal in size to the country as a whole.

In India, the national population is about 3.3 billion.

Population sub-nationals:In addition to population estimates, various countries also have population subnationals, which are subdivisions of the population that are considered a separate population group.

These are the smallest population subgroups that are not considered a part of the national community.

These sub-ranges include those in rural areas, the poorest, the urban and those with a low literacy.

India has a total population subpopulation of around 4.3 million, according the UNAIDS.

This is roughly equivalent to the number in the whole of South-East Asia.

This sub-total is only a little higher than the total in Bangladesh, which is around 3.7 million.

India’s population subcount is a good indicator of the size of its economy and the level of poverty.

The UNAID report points out how Kerala’s economy has been growing at an annual rate of nearly 14% since 1990.

But it also points to the fact that the country has been struggling with a high rate of unemployment and a high unemployment rate, which have meant that there are people who do not have a job.

India also has a low level of education, as the country ranks in the bottom five of the 10 countries that have no higher education qualification.

The country also has the lowest ratio of female population to male population of any of the countries on the U.N. report.

This is partly due to the region’s high fertility rate and low fertility rates among its women, which has resulted in low birth and infant mortality.

In fact, the Indian economy has grown at an average rate of about 2.3% per year, which accounts for about one-third of the entire world’s growth.

However there is some evidence that India’s growth rate may be slowing.

India’s gross domestic product grew at an 11.4% annual rate between 2007 and 2014.

This was slower than the 12.7% growth rate that it had experienced in the early 2000s.

The current growth rate of 7.2% in 2015 is more in line with the growth rate in the late 1990s and the early 1990s.

India is also ranked at the bottom of the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Index, where it was last placed in the United Nations.