International rankings of India

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The following are international rankings of India.

Agriculture, Fisheries and Live Stock[edit]

Field Rank Date
Apple Production, output of 2 163 400 tons 1 2013
Bananas Production, output of 29,800,000 metric tons 1 2013
Bean Production, output of 4,870,000 tons 1 2010
Buffalo, milk output of 56,960,000 tons 1 2008
Black Pepper, 19% of world output 2 2008
Cauliflowers and Broccoli Production, output of 5,014,500 tons 2 2008
Cardamom Production, output of 15 thousand metric tons 2 2012
Cashew Apple Production, output of 613,000 metric tons 2 2010
Chicken Population, output of 648,830,000 5 2004
Chickpea Production, output of 5,970,000 tons 1 2008
Coconut Production, output of 10,824,100 3 2010
Coffee Production, output of 300,300,000 kg 6 2011
Cotton Production, output of 27.0 million bales 2 2011
Cow Stock, 281,700,000 cows 1 2009
Fish Production, output of 6,318,887 tons (capture 3,481,136 & aquaculture 2,837,751) 3 2005
Garlic Production, output of 833,970 tons 2 2010
Ginger Production, output of 380,100 tons 1 2008
Goat Numbers, 125,700,000 goats 2 2008
Goat Milk Production, output of 4,000,000 metric tons 1 2008
Goat Meat Production, output of 480,000 metric tons 2 2008
Jute Production, output of 17,43,000 tons 1 2008
Lemon & Lime Production, output of 2,060,000 tons 1 2007
Lentil Production, 950,000 tons 2 2009
Mango Production, output of 16,340,000 tons 1 2011
Millet Production, output of 8,810,000 tons 1 2009
Milk Production, output of 110,040,000 metric tons (cow milk 50.3 million metric tons) 1 2009
Onion Production, output of 13,372,100 metric tons 2 2010
Orange Production, output of 5,000,000 tons 3 2010
Peanut Production, output of 6.25 metric tons 2 2009
Pineapple Production, output of 1,341,000 tons 7 2010
Potato Production, output of 36,600,000 metric tons 2 2010
Rice Production, output of 120,600,000 metric tons 2 2010
Saffron Production, output of 2,300 kg 3 2005
Sheep Stock, output of 65,000,000 3 2008
Silk Production, output of 77,000,000 kg 2 2005
Sorghum Production, output of 7,900,000 metric tons 3 2008
Soybean Production, output of 9.8 metric tons 5 2010
Sugarcane Production, output of 285,029,000 tons 2 2009
Sweet Potato Production, output of 1,100,000 tons 7 2009
Tea Production, output of 991,180 metric tons 2 2010
Tomato Production, output of 11,979,700 tons 3 2010
Wheat Production, output of 80.7 million metric tons 2 2010

Cities[edit]

City Rank
Delhi 2
Mumbai 4
Kolkata 8
City Rank Buildings
Mumbai 14 1614
Chennai 35 689
Kolkata 40 594
Pune 47 510
City Rank Buildings
Mumbai 2 11

Communications[edit]

Following rankings involving technological advances in communication are taken from the CIA World Factbook.[2]

List World rank Demographics (est.)
Telephone Lines in Use 9/232 31,532,976 (May 2012)
Mobile Phones in Use 2/222 908,358,714 million lines (74.71% density) for 1.2 billion population as of August 2012
Internet hosts 16/233 6,738,000 hosts
Number of Internet Users 3/216 121,000,000 (10.2% of the population) in 2011
List of countries by number of television broadcast stations 4/228 1,400 in 2009

Demographics[edit]

List INDIA Ranking/Total Countries Source Notes
Population 2/221 Wiki List of countries by population Total Population 1 March 2011 est., 1,210,193,422
Fertility Rate 79/223 CIA World Factbook TFR Ranking fertility rate 2.58 in 2012
English-speaking population 2/133 Census of India 12.16% (125,226,449) English speakers out of 1,030,000,000 eligible population
Population Density 31/241 Economist Intelligence Unit 382 people per km2 as of 1 March 2011
Quality-of-life index 73/111 Economist Intelligence Unit 2005 est, score of 5.759 out of 10
Human Development Index 136/187 United Nations 2013 report
Literacy rate 168/234 Census of India 2011

Economics[edit]

Environment[edit]

Geography[edit]

List India Ranking/Total Countries Notes
Total Area 7/233 All Over India 3,166,414 km2

(1,222,559 sq mile) including land and water

Length of coastline 18/196 7,000 km coastline with 2.00 coast/area ratio (m/km sq). According to the Indian naval hydrographic charts, the mainland coastline consists of the following: 43% sandy beaches; 11% rocky shores, including cliffs; and 46% mudflats or marshy shores.
Highest Point 3/241 Kangchenjunga 8,586 m (28,169 ft) is the 3rd highest peak in the world

Globalization[edit]

Military[edit]

Politics[edit]

Religion[edit]

Society[edit]

Technology[edit]

Wealth[edit]

  • Richest countries of Asia: ranked 8
  • Richest countries of the world, ranked 10. GDP (nominal):- $4,060,000,000,000 . ranked 3 in GDP (PPP).

See also[edit]

References[edit]