• Population Growth and Environmental Degradation in India
    . Population pressure on arable land contributes to the land degradation. The increasing population numbers and growing affluence have already resulted in rapid growth of energy production and consumption in India. The environmental effects like ground water and surface water contamination; air pollution and...
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  • INDIAN URBANISATION
    picture is totally opposite in India. So why this is increasing so fast in india . Industrialisation : Demand of labours in industries increase the,migration of rural population so more urban population. More demand of drinking water,electricity,health,education ,land for housing . Lack...
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  • Worksheet Analysis
    outcomes I. Increasing population in rural India presents huge opportunity for providing healthcare II. The importance of women in the lives of people in rural India Negative outcomes i. ii. 3 What are the causes of these outcomes? Failure of other medical options and prevalence of quacks Abysmal...
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  • Population Dynamics
    changes raise a number of important questions of cause and effect. Population growth and economic development are contributing to many serious environmental calamities in India. These include heavy pressure on land, land degradation, forests, habitat destruction and loss of biodiversity. Changing...
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  • Team Essay
    . Population pressure on arable land contributes to the land degradation. The increasing population numbers and growing affluence have already resulted in rapid growth of energy production and consumption in India. The environmental effects like ground water and surface water contamination; air...
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  • The Consequence of War
    problems faced by the people in the country, especially in urban areas, which not only experiences a rapid growth of population due to high fertility, low mortality and increasing rural-urban migration, but also industrialization which is accompanied by growing number of vehicles. In India, the rapid...
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  • Population Explosion
    destruction of natural habitats. One of the major causes of environmental degradation in India could be attributed to rapid growth of population, which is adversely affecting the natural resources and environment. The growing population and the environmental deterioration face the challenge of...
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  • Population Explosion
    years | 50% of India's current population | Currently, there are about 51 births in India in a minute. | India's Population in 2011 | 1.21 billion | India's Population in 2001 | 1.02 billion | Population of India in 1947 | 350 million | The Population Explosion: Causes and Consequences...
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  • Study
    Poverty in India and Its Causes By Ramandeep Kaur June 9, 2013 At present, 29.8% of the Indian population lives below the poverty line. In the category of poor falls the people whose daily income is less than 28.65 rupees (56 cents/35p) a day in cities and 22.42 rupees (44 cents/33p) a day in...
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  • Population Explosion in India
    the rate of increase has decreased, the rate has not reached the satisfactory level yet.The population in India continues to increase at an alarming rate. The effects of this population increase are evident in the increasing poverty, unemployment, air and water pollution, and shortage of food, health...
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  • Inflation in India
    2.1 Causes of inflation in India 4 2.1.1 Shortage of food 4 2.1.2 Population rise. 4 2.1.3Weak Indian rupee. 4 2.2 Impact of inflation in India 5 2.2.1 Low standard of living 5 2.2.2 high transportation cost 5 2.2.3 High interest Rate 5 2.2.4 Unemployment. 6 2.3.5 Import and...
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  • Unemployment in India
    that the net results is the sharp increase in the number of unemployed. Population of our country India is increasing day by day. It is the second highest populous country in the world. Today, we have over 1.15 billion people in our country and so is the increasing unemployment rate. Today, we have...
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  • Indian Price Rises
    . Because of growing population the current corruption is increasing. There is another cause of rising prices. The production of consumption goods has been very slowly rising. Our plants are also responsible for the present food situation. High targets were set to be achieved in defense and development...
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  • POPULATION EXPLOSION SPEECH
    death rate, which is the main cause of population explosion in India. In under-developed and developing countries the cost of living is increasing day by day. For an average person it has become extremely difficult to meet both ends and one remains always busy in earning his bread and butter...
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  • Hunger and Poverty in India: Implications for Development
    are suffering from hunger contributing to nearly 15 percent. Nearly all of the undernourished are in developing and under developed countries of the world (FAO, 2009). Of 1.17 billion population in India, there are about 450 million people (37.2 %) suffer from hunger. The main cause of hunger is...
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  • Essayas
    asset. There was need of people to join defence or take active part in various other types of work. But this boon turned out to be bane after the population crossed the 600 million mark. The increasing population has caused serious problems in every sphere. The most important cause for the...
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  • Kerala Two Child Bill
    The Kerala Women’s Code Bill 2011 India is currently the second most populated country in the world with over one billion citizens. Even though India is second in terms of population, it is seventh in terms of land area. The CIA World Factbook states that while India only accounts for 2% of the...
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  • urbanisation
    towns numbering 938 ski population. Thus over 76 per cent of the country's only 2.89 per cent of the countries total urban population lives in 645 urban centers each population (Table 28.111 Urbanization is a big problem in India. It is rapidly increasing. Urbanization means shifting of rural...
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  • Poverty in India
    Development Report. Map of world poverty by country, showing percentage of population living on less than $2 per day. Based on 2009 UN Human Development Report. Poverty in India is widespread, with the nation estimated to have a third of the world's poor. In 2010, the World Bank reported that 32.7...
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  • Popul
    India's huge population - bane or boon? Hemant Sharma 12-30-2011 05:15 AM India’s population is going to provide us with better options in the coming future but will India withstand the necessities of the ever growing population or will it perish in this process? For - India’s population...
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