Dear All,
Today is world population day.
India having 17.3 % population of the world.
China is the only country having more population of 19.2%.
This years theme is "universal access to re-productive health services."
The estimated world population as of July 9 2012 is 7025071966.
This day is celebrated to spread awareness to reduce the population.
In China only one child is allowed. If any couple wants another child they have to pay Government amount equal to INR 20 Lacs. If this amount is not paid, the child does not get Chinese Citizenship.
It is difficult for Indian Government to impose such regulations. Hence it is responsibility of citizens like us to spread awareness.
Thanks & Regards,

From India, Nasik
Let the unmarried boys have a glance of marital laws of India. They will forget to marry and even to live in. India will be depopulated automatically.
From India, Delhi
The population of the island city shrunk by 5.75% from 2001 to 2011, recording the sharpest drop in south Mumbai since 1901, according to a detailed analysis of the latest Census data.
World Population Day: Mumbai's population growth slowest in almost a century - The Times of India

From India, Delhi
We have observed that the population of the city has been coming down. This census, the rate has come down by 1.88,” said Dipak Ghosh, director of census operations, West Bengal.
Kolkata's population drop leaves experts puzzled

From India, Delhi
NEW DELHI: Adding just 30 lakh people in the last 10 years, Delhi experienced its slowest population growth in almost a century. The decadal growth rate of 21% was less than half the figure of 47% for the previous decade. Census officials attributed this to a combination of declining fertility and mass slum demolitions.
Provisional district-level data released by Varsha Joshi, director of census operations for NCT, on Monday said this is the lowest decadal growth rate since 1921.
Delhi's population grows slowest in 100 yrs - Times Of India

From India, Delhi

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