New Delhi: I’m tired of being the first one to ask about India

A group of young people from a nearby village gathered outside a nearby forest to talk about their dreams of visiting India.

They are eager to get to know each other better, but they’re nervous about their schedules.

“I am scared, but I’m not afraid of the future,” said a 21-year-old girl.

The girl is from a village in the northeastern part of the state of Uttar Pradesh, about 100 km (62 miles) from Delhi.

“I want to learn more about India, but it will be tough,” she added.

Indian media reports this month that the state government is considering making it easier for people to enter India and work without a visa.

India has seen an increase in the number of people from neighbouring Pakistan seeking work in India in recent years, according to the United Nations.

Many of them are students and businessmen seeking jobs.

The new legislation, which would also allow people from countries where there are no formal work permits to travel to India for work and for a short time to visit relatives, was announced in July, and the state’s interior minister, R.K. Singh, is pushing for it to be implemented by the end of the year.