Ten countries that competed at the 2006 Commonwealth Games were Australia, New Zealand, England, Scotland, Wales, India, Pakistan, South Africa, Kenya and Jamaica.
215 athletes from India competed at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Australia organised the Commonwealth Games before India did.
In 1954 the British Empire and Commonwealth Games, as they were called then, were held in Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada, not in the United Kingdom. India competed but did not win any medals.
The last two Commonwealth Games were held in Scotland (Glasgow) and India (Delhi).
India joined the Commonwealth Games in 1934.
India is part of the Commonwealth; a number of countries under British rule. All countries in the Commonwealth are entitled to host the Commonwealth Games. If by "should", you mean that it is seen as a rather poor country, you are wrong. India is a fairly big business capital, because lots of trade happens there. It is on par with, say, Thailand or Malaysia.
New Zealand, Jamaica and Malaysia, and in 2010, India.
Two other Commonwealth Games nations are India and Kenya.
India has been to fourteen Commonwealth Games.
India hosted the Commonwealth Games only once in 2010.