The presented line graph shows population figures for India and China from the year 2000 and the expected growth rate of the population up to the year 2050.
Regarding India, the growth rate of population figures increased dramatically from the year 2000 to 2050. In 2000, the population figures for India were one billion, whereas in China, the population crossed 1.25 billion. Additionally, in the year 2030, the two countries, India and China, were at the same level in terms of population growth rate, with it being nearly about 1.44 billion.
Turning to 2050, the population growth between the two countries saw India surpassing China and surging to a higher level of up to 1.6 billion, whereas the population growth rate in China was predicted to be 1.4 billion.
To conclude, it seems that the overall population growth rate in India surpasses the population growth rate of China, and India was expected to peak at up to 1.6 billion.