All your facts are not correct my friend. I know that the market size does make a difference, but economics also tells us that only a will to purchase a product doesn't make any difference. It should be followed by purchasing power. A huge population without any money wouldn't be a lucrative market, will it? If population was a major factor then Pakistan is also at the sixth position in the world, then why isin't it a good enough market? There are many highly developed countries whose population put togather is lesser than that of Pakistan.
We have to accept the fact that these people (highly developed countries) have made intelegent choices, chosen good governments, worked hard, most importants have given their children good education & ofcourse have been lucky also.
And another thing that I want to point out to everyone is that, in each and every case why do you compare everything with India. There are many other countries to look up to. India is not one of the best examples of successful countries, though very close.
No offense guys, just my point of view.