India is known for its diversity, but the country’s latest trend of embracing minority groups may be its greatest achievement.
The number of Indians living in minority communities is growing at an unprecedented rate.
In 2013, the Census Bureau recorded the country as having 2.2 million people of Indian origin, the highest number ever recorded in the country.
India has become a nation of more than 1.5 billion people, but it has a long way to go in terms of integration and inclusiveness.
A growing number of Indian people, especially those who are not of Indian descent, are turning to the internet to find answers to questions such as “who am I?”, “who are my parents?”, “why am I here?”, “how do I know this is my home?”
The latest trend is called the “Indian Face” movement, a phenomenon in which Indians of different ethnicities are taking to social media to share their stories of their experiences.
The rise of the Indian Face has coincided with an increasing awareness among India’s youth, particularly among the youth in the lower classes, that India is not for them, according to Abhishek Srivastava, a journalist and professor of political science at the Indian Institute of Science.
India’s youth are not well educated.
The gap between the educational attainment and income gap between Indians and non-Indians is growing.
And the number of young people who are in poverty is rising.
They are not able to buy a home, and they cannot join the workforce.
This is because they are not Indian.
Srivastav, who is a co-founder of the group Indian Face and was formerly an editor at The Times of India, said the Indian face has been around for about a decade.
“We are now witnessing an Indian face that has been growing at a fast pace in a short space of time,” Srivam said.
Indian Face is a popular hashtag among those who use it.
A recent post by the #IndianFace hashtag has over 50,000 followers.
The hashtag was created by Srivav and his friends who are part of the #Faceit movement.
The hashtag has been used by several people across the country, including some of the world’s best known sports stars, such as India’s captain Anupam Kher and former Indian cricket captain Sourav Ganguly.
The #Indianface hashtag has become popular among those of Indian heritage, such, for instance, the actor-turned-commentator Akshay Kumar.
The #Faceits movement has also spread to other countries such as Germany and Australia.
The movement is gaining popularity in the U.S. and Canada, too.
A Facebook group called #Indianfaceshas more than 3,000 members, and its founder is former NFL star Andre Ware, who started the group after becoming friends with Indians.
“I was inspired by how these Indians were coming forward with their stories.
The majority of the stories were about how they had faced discrimination,” Ware told The Huffington Post India.
Ware is now working with an organization called #Indianface, which helps those who come across discrimination on social media.
The Indians who have started the #Indiansface movement are not all from India.
Many of them are also Indians of Pakistani descent.
A woman who uses the hashtag in Canada, Kajan Ahmed, is a Pakistani immigrant who was raised in a small town near Toronto, and has become an activist for women’s rights.
Kajan is also part of #Face it, a social media platform started by a group of Pakistani women.
“I feel it’s a reflection of what’s going on in India,” she said.
Khan Ahmed, who uses #Indianfear, says her family was born in Punjab and immigrated to Canada when she was just three years old.
She says she was “in denial about my culture” and that she has struggled to integrate into the Canadian society.
Kana Srinivasan, a Canadian citizen who uses Twitter to describe her experiences, has been in the minority for the past few years.
She is the president of the Canadian Pakistani Congress and the founder of the Pakistani-Canadian Association of Greater Toronto, which organizes events like the IndianFace group.
Srinivasam said she has been harassed by police for her advocacy.
She said the police do not always understand the social media culture of Pakistani-Americans.
She said she believes the police need to be more responsive to social justice movements in India.
Sarinivasan said she is also frustrated by the lack of transparency about what the government is doing.
“They’re not telling the whole story.
I’ve been in contact with several officials of the police department, and none of them have given me any information,” she told HuffPost India.
A spokesperson for the police in Canada said the department does not comment on individual investigations, but “does not support or oppose specific campaigns.”
India has had a large number of killings of people of minority origin in recent years. In 2016