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India’s largest state, Uttar Pradesh, is India’s most important economic power and home to a large population of people with little contact with the outside world.

But the city of Mumbai, home to India’s biggest economy, also has an extraordinary story.

This is an inside story of the city, how it was created and what it is doing right now.

In a country where only one-fifth of the population is Indian, it is a city that is not defined by its religious identity but rather by its economic, political and cultural connections.

Its diverse mix of languages, cultures, faiths and languages is the result of centuries of intermingling.

As a result, Mumbai is one of the world’s oldest metropolises.

And it is also the home of one of India’s oldest universities.

So when Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the city on a three-day visit last year, he said it was the city’s “unshakeable” symbol of India.

It is no coincidence that the city has one of its oldest languages and the oldest university in the country, says Amit Desai, the president of Mumbai-based University of Mumbai.

The city was created by the British in the 18th century when the city was part of the newly formed state of Maharashtra.

The British took control of the area in 1792.

Within a few decades, they were able to expand and modernise the city.

By the mid-19th century, it had grown into a bustling city, with a population of about one million.

India’s cities are a key part of its economy and political systems.

The country’s central bank has warned that if it doesn’t modernise its economy quickly, it could be facing an “economic depression”.

It is a process that has been happening for a while.

India is the world leader in industrialisation, and in the last few decades India has added thousands of factories, as well as hundreds of thousand new workers, according to the International Monetary Fund.

But as the country has developed in the 21st century, its cities have become more diverse and complex.

In the early 21st Century, Mumbai, with its rich history, is an important centre of Indian life, with an estimated 1.3 million people.

Today, it has about 400,000 people, the majority of them Indian.

Mumbai is home to about 60 universities, which together employ nearly 10,000 workers.

Its population is also growing fast.

About 7,000 new residents were added to Mumbai in the 12 months to March 2017.

It has also experienced a population boom as a result of the rapid population growth in the city in recent years.

The metro system of Mumbai has expanded from just 20 stations to nearly 200, with about 50 million people travelling in the metro every day.

Its rapid growth has led to its own problems.

Its main airport is a disaster zone.

Its metro system, in particular, has a reputation for being a haven for the drug trade.

In many areas of Mumbai it is difficult to find a taxi, with many drivers being paid less than minimum wage.

Many other services, like taxis, are under threat.

The government recently set up an anti-trafficking task force to investigate the city and enforce the rules.

The government has also made the city a “sanctuary city” to encourage foreign investment.

But despite all this, Mumbai remains a city of people who, like the city itself, are struggling to find jobs.

In Mumbai, the population grew from 1.9 million in 1970 to 4.5 million in 2020, a dramatic increase of about 35%.

Its economic growth has been very slow and uneven.

In contrast, the average wage growth is close to 50% in the state of Uttar Pradesh.

The main reason for the low wage growth in Mumbai is the low rate of people moving out of the metro system.

According to the Ministry of Urban Development, around half of Mumbai’s workers are employed in the metropolitan area.

Of these, about 60% are women.

Many of them work in the construction sector.

But they are not the only workers in the area.

Many people who live in the suburbs of the cities are also in the system.

They are working in construction, construction and other low-wage jobs.

They include home-care staff, maids, house cleaners and housekeepers.

The number of home-based labourers in the Metro system has increased by around 50% since 2000.

They work for the contractors, the local police and the builders.

The high number of foreign workers in Mumbai has meant that the housing market in the centre has been hit by the construction boom.

The construction boom in Mumbai comes as the city is trying to modernise and make it more appealing to investors.

It is the first time since the 1980s that the Metro has been designed and built in a manner that makes it a better destination for foreign investors.

The first phase of the Metro was completed