The new month of the year is a time of year when the country is looking forward to the spring season.
But that also means that the months ahead will also bring new news about the Indian economy and politics.
So, we thought it would be fun to take a look at the new trends that have taken place since the end of April.
Top trends for March 31-April 1: TV shows trending in IndiaThe following are the top trends that are trending now in India.
The trends that were highlighted in this article were selected from our list of trending TV shows of March 31, and April 1.
In case you missed it, we are now looking at the results of the 2016 general elections.
The results of that election are likely to be released later this month.
Here is how India’s most watched TV shows have fared in March: Television series that are watching in IndiaTop trending TV show: Bharti Airtel Aaj Taket (India) Top trending news stories in IndiaMarch 31: India’s new Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, is set to hold a swearing-in ceremony for his new cabinet.
Prime Minister Modi will be the first Indian leader to be sworn-in as Prime Minister in more than 20 years.
March 31 will also mark the beginning of the celebrations marking the 70th anniversary of the signing of the Paris Peace Accords.
The accord, which brought an end to the First World War, called for the United Nations to withdraw its troops from India and establish an International Peacekeeping Force (IPF) to protect the peace.
The IPF has been working since the mid-1980s in the West Bank and Gaza.
On March 31 and April 2, a large number of Indian Muslims will be celebrating Eid al-Fitr in the country.
Many of these celebrations will also include a large procession of people dressed in traditional Islamic dress and with the Muslim flag in their hands.
This is the first time in history that people of different religions will be attending a procession in the same place.
Indians will also be watching the coronavirus outbreak in the Middle East, which began on March 1.
This outbreak has killed more than 4,500 people, most of them in Iraq.
India is the second largest economy in the world after China.
Tens of millions of Indians have lost their jobs because of the coronvirus outbreak.
BhartisAirlines, airlines, airlines have also come under criticism for the way they handle the coronas.
Airline and airline chief executives, who are often the most influential figures in the business, have been criticized for taking a tough stance against the virus.
“The Indian Airlines chief executive has been in a very difficult position in the face of the outbreak.
It has affected the brand image of our country and it has affected our ability to attract the best talent to India,” said the CEO of the airline, Ajay Kapoor.
“The airline has not only been losing revenue but also our customers are being affected by the virus and it is difficult for the company to survive.”
The company has been selling low-fare tickets on its websites to attract business, while it has also made plans to raise fares to attract new customers.
Indian airlines have had a rough year.
Airline India, which operates the largest fleet of domestic and international carriers in the Indian market, said that it lost about $1 billion in the first three months of the financial year.
That was in the wake of the government taking drastic measures to tackle the virus outbreak.
Indian airlines are also facing the challenge of a massive increase in the number of passengers flying to the country from the Middle and South East, where the pandemic has caused a surge in cases.
The airlines have announced that they are expecting to see a record volume of passengers arriving in India by the end, which is expected to add another $1 trillion to the economy.
Culture of povertyIndia has a poor and fragmented culture.
It is one of the most populous countries in the region.
It also has one of highest literacy rates in the subcontinent.
People have traditionally been poor in India, and it can be difficult to get employment or start a business in the impoverished country.
However, the government has been trying to tackle poverty in the past few years, by introducing a series of welfare schemes that are aimed at helping the poor, mainly farmers.
Many of these schemes include income-based schemes, food rations and a number of loans for the poor.
There are also various government schemes for providing basic services such as education, health care, housing, etc. These programs are funded by a government-wide scheme called the ‘Panchayati Raj’, or the ‘one child, two mothers, one child policy