India’s tourist industry is thriving in a nation where the economy is shrinking at a rate that is almost double the global average.

The country is also on the rise with a whopping 3.5 million new visitors each month.

But this growth comes as the country is grappling with an economy facing a growing population crisis and a burgeoning middle class.

As such, the tourism industry, which is one of the country’s main industries, is expected to grow to 4.6 million in 2022 from 3.7 million in 2021.

While the industry’s growth has been growing fast, the government is working to boost the economy and its exports.

The Ministry of Tourism and Culture has set the goal of doubling the number of international tourists by 2024.

Tourism will be a key component in the government’s economic strategy, and its growth is expected in two phases.

First, tourism will expand its footprint across the country and create jobs, said Amit Kumar, director-general of the Tourism Development Corporation of India.

The second phase is focused on promoting the tourism experience in the country.

It aims to provide the country with the most diverse and vibrant tourism experiences.

The Government is also planning to invest in the industry to help it attract more foreign tourists.

In addition, India is building a network of 5,000 hotels, which will serve as a bridge between the domestic and international market.

As a result, India’s economy is expected be worth $2.3 trillion by 2024, which equates to roughly 30% of the global GDP.

The government will invest $1.5 trillion in the hotel industry and another $200 million in the accommodation industry.

The investment is expected the hotel sector will create at least 20,000 jobs, the minister said.

A Tourism Development Institute report said that in 2022, the industry would generate $7.7 billion in revenue and create $2 billion in employment.

The institute expects the industry will be valued at $7 billion by 2024 and generate $1 billion in economic activity.

“Tourism is growing and there is great potential for growth,” said Jaitlya Kulkarni, chief executive officer of the institute.

“The industry has seen a surge in international tourism and the tourism sector has also witnessed a surge over the last decade,” he added.

Kulkarti added that the industry could attract about 3 million visitors annually by 2022, which would amount to about 10% of India’s population.

However, she noted that India needs to expand its domestic tourist base to attract international visitors.

“India needs to develop an international tourist destination and make it more attractive to foreigners,” she said.

India is currently one of only three countries that doesn’t offer visa-free travel to foreigners.

However in 2018, India made a concerted effort to attract foreign tourists to its territory by introducing a visa-Free Zone (VFW) for tourism.

This meant that the foreign tourists would not need to apply for visas for stays longer than 30 days, and would be able to visit the country without a visa.

However the government hasn’t done this to its advantage in the tourism market.

India has been plagued by a host of problems such as a booming middle class that can’t find enough work, and the country has a declining middle class, according to the report.

While tourism is booming, the economy has been shrinking.

India’s growth is also being driven by the middle class’s growth.

The number of people living in the countryside is increasing at a rapid pace, with the population increasing at an annual rate of about 2%.

The country’s population is expected grow to 6.2 million by 2024 from 5.8 million in 2020, and 5.6 from 4.7 in 2021, the report said.

This has led to a drastic drop in the number and quality of the rural roads.

India lost a whopping 1.5 billion people in the last five years, and according to a report from the World Bank, the country will lose more than 2.2 billion by 2025.

“There is a massive population explosion in India that is not in the traditional sense of a boom, but in a boom driven by a very significant shift in population,” said Aniruddha Shah, director at the Centre for International Governance Innovation.

“It is a shift in the demographic composition of India, which has been one of its greatest challenges.”

The government hopes to attract more foreigners by offering them visa-less travel, and by promoting the country as a destination for travel.

“We are committed to providing visa-dependent travel opportunities to more than 20 million Indians and will expand this program to include all of the regions of India by 2020,” said Kumar.

India also plans to offer an online visa waiver program.

“By providing visa free travel and visa waiver programs through our website, we can ensure the maximum availability of foreign nationals to our country,” Kumar said.

“Our aim is to be one of Asia