When is a house a home and when is it not?
The question of whether a home is a home or not has been a contentious issue in India for centuries.
The answer depends on what the definition of the word home is.
Home, for instance, is not a property.
In other words, a house is not the same as a building.
So, a property can’t be considered a home, since it’s a structure that has its own boundaries.
But a house can be considered to be a place, because it’s an integral part of a community or a structure, or, if that’s not enough, a community can be said to be comprised of many houses.
The definition of a home has been debated for centuries, and has been interpreted and debated for the past 100 years.
The debate over the meaning of the term home is part of the history of the country.
A large part of that history comes from the 18th century, when Englishman Charles Dickens created a series of books that explored the lives of people living in the country and the problems that they faced.
The stories were aimed at helping people in India feel better about their condition.
For many, the books were a means to better understand and understand the country, which is still a place that some people would describe as being on the wrong side of history.
Today, the country has seen a lot of progress in the past century.
However, the term house has remained controversial.
While some have claimed that a house should be defined by its exterior, others argue that a home can be defined only by its interior.
In any case, there is no consensus about the definition.
In India, there are two distinct concepts for what constitutes a home.
The first is the house itself, which refers to the living space that houses the family, friends, and property.
A house is usually the main living space for a family.
The second is the property that the family owns, which can be a building, a building or even a shed.
The concept of a house in India is very complex.
Different states in the north and west have their own definitions of the concept, while in the south and east, it is more complicated.
According to the Indian National Crime Record Bureau, a single crime in a house includes a murder, robbery, rape, burglary, arson and any other criminal act committed against a house.
According to the Crime Survey of India, the number of crimes committed in a single house varies from state to state, but in general, the total number of murders committed in an entire state is less than 1 per 100,000 population.
But the numbers for other crimes are much higher, as the number is usually far higher.
According for instance to the National Crime Records Bureau, in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra, the figure for murders per 100 million population is 4.7, while the figure of rapes is 3.7.
For all crimes, the maximum punishment is death.
In the northern states of Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu, the rate of murders is 8 per 100 and rapes is 9.5 per 100.
The maximum punishment for murder is life imprisonment, while for rape, the punishment is 10 years imprisonment.
For a crime that is committed against an entire family, there can be different punishments depending on the victim and the accused.
For example, in a case where two women are killed by their husband and his two sons in a private house, the accused can be hanged, while a family can get the death penalty.
The Crime Survey Bureau said that only in Uttar Pradesh, in which there is a large number of Muslim-majority population, the sentence for murder or rape is death, while other crimes, like robbery, are punishable by life imprisonment.
In Bihar, in Bihar’s northeast, the same case is the same, but the maximum penalty is death for the accused, while if the crime is committed in the same district, the death sentence is the life term.
In Kerala, in Kerala’s south, the state where the BJP has come to power, the crime rate is higher, but this is not surprising.
In a survey conducted in 2015, it was found that in the district where the state BJP has its stronghold, the murder rate was about 8 per 10,000 people, while it was higher in the neighbouring district of Andaman and Nicobar, where the Congress party holds a minority.
The state BJP is currently in power in Kerala, while its coalition partner in Andaman is the Left Front.
According the Crime Prevention Commission of India (CPI), a crime committed in Uttar (the state where Muslims make up about a third of the population) has a maximum penalty of life imprisonment with a minimum of 15 years.
Similarly, in Andhra (the largest Muslim-dominated state in the state) the maximum sentence is a life term with a maximum sentence of five years.
In Maharashtra, a murder is punishable by up to life imprisonment and a rape is punishable to life in prison with a term of 10 years.