MEA Figures Show Over 31 Million Indians Live Across The World
There are 31.23 million Indians scattered across the world, estimates the ministry of external affairs.
There are only two countries where there are no Indians: right across the border in Pakistan and in the Holy See, in the heart of Rome dominated by the towering St. Peters Dome (the figure obviously does not include incarcerated Indian nationals). In the picture-perfect palm-fringed islands of Micronesia, there is one lone desi. The population of Micronesia was 1.05 lakh in 2016, according to the World Bank.