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NEW DELHI: India has become a hub for the global media and digital services as it becomes more connected with the world, a new study has found.

While the number of people using the internet for research or writing articles on the country’s developments has been increasing, the percentage of Indians accessing the news on the ground has remained stable.

The number of internet users in India has risen to 6.5% from 6.3% a year ago, according to the 2016 edition of the Global Knowledge Index (GKI).

The US remains the country with the highest share of internet access.

The data from GKI, a network of media organisations, also revealed that India’s internet penetration is higher than the United States and Brazil.

India has been a pioneer in the world of internet and digital media, said Anurag Shrivastava, executive director of GKI.

“India’s rise has been in terms of the internet and technology and the internet is one of the most significant drivers for its rapid progress,” Shrivamprasad said.

While India is one among the top five countries in the country, India is not alone.

The data also shows that the share of people in the global South and Central America has increased over the past five years.

The global South Asia has more than doubled since 2000 and now accounts for nearly 50% of the world’s population.

It is the second most populous region after Asia Pacific.

China’s share of the region has also risen, increasing from about 17% in 2000 to about 30% in 2016.

The number of Indians using social media has also grown over the last decade.

It rose to over 30% from less than 10% in 2014.

India’s mobile internet penetration has risen from about 7% in 2009 to almost 18% in 2017.

India’s internet usage is growing faster than in the United Kingdom and Australia.

The two countries are also growing faster, according the GKI data.

The growth of India’s online services has been driven by the internet, as well as mobile, television and radio.

India is home to more than 80% of global internet traffic, and has the highest per capita internet access in the region.

This compares to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), where just 10% of internet traffic comes from India.

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