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'35% of India's population is under 15!'

Tim Dyson does not like the term 'population control.' It is more appropriate to call it India's family planning programme,says the Professor of Population Studies atthe Development Studies......

A path to emerge from the shadows

US President Barack Obama's plan to shield up to 4.7 million undocumented immigrants from deportation may be immensely significant, but only a comprehensive legislation from the Congress with a......

Chidambaram's son: 'Tired slogans won't take us anywhere'

'We cannot capture the mind space of today's youth by evoking past sacrifices. Politics is about hope; hope for the future.' 'The Congress hankers about the past too much,' Congress leader Karti......

Modi's village adoption plan has potential to transform rural India

Each ‘adarsh village’ should have piped drinking water, connectivity to the main road, electricity supply to all households, library, telecom and broadband connectivity including CCTVs......

Blame poor quality medicines for botched surgeries: Surgeon

The surgeon, who has been arrested for conducting 83 sterilisation surgeries at a village in Bilaspur district that left 12 women dead, on Thursday accused the administration of framing him and......

Air India to raise $1.5 bn for aircraft

National carrier Air India, which has placed a $9 billion order to acquire 68 Boeing family aircraft, is planning to raise over $1.5 billion to fund part of its acquisition programme.The PSU......

Divestment: India eyes fatter share sale kitty in 2015

Within the first three months of 2014, the government managed to raise Rs 7,725 crore through share sales in just three PSUs -- Engineers India Ltd, BHEL and Indian Oil. It began with a bang,......

Modi keen to revive India's 'zombie factories', not abandon them

At British India Corporation's textile factory in Kanpur, four men sit in a control room watching computerised gauges eight hours a day. When they are done, another group takes over, and then......

No more Gandhi tags on schemes, Modi looks for new names

Official data show as of 2012, of the 49 schemes and institutes named after eminent personalities, 16 were after former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi, five after Indira Gandhi, and two after......

Understanding Modi government's economic priorities

India's economic situation calls for far-reaching reforms of electricity, gas, coal and oil pricing, and restructuring of public-sector monopoly producers/suppliers, rues Shankar Acharya Almost......

Narthaki: A touching film on transgenders

It needs immense conviction and courage to make a film on a subject that's considered a taboo in India, and debutante filmmaker Vijayapadma has achieved that rare feat. Her first Tamil......

Charlie Sheen back on Two And A Half Men?

CBS boss Les Moonves is reportedly trying to bring Charlie Sheen back on the hit TV sitcom Two And A Half Men. According to a source, Moonves was determined to bring the show back and was in......

'Ko is not autobiographical'

National Award-winning cinematographer K V Anand is coming out with his third Tamil film Ko very soon. His first film as a director was Kana Kandein which was critically acclaimed......

English Players' Union backs tougher racism sanctions

The English Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) issued a six-point action plan to help deal with racism on Wednesday following a series of high profile developments in the fallout from the......

Force India re-named Sahara Force India

With just 19 days to go for the inaugural Indian Grand Prix, the Sahara Group bought 42.5 percent stake, worth US $100 million, in the Vijay Mallya-owned Force India F1 team. Following Wednesday's......

  People speak for national family planning programme

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Q. The purpose of United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA) isA. studying population dynamicsB. collecting population dataC. evolving population policies, family planning and related programmesD. All of the above
Question Answer:  A.  more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/the-purpose-of-united-nations-fund-for-population-activities/21274430/answers/

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Q. in 1952 India launched the world's first national Programme emphasising family planning - true or false ?
Question Answer:  A. false I think in 1951 more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/in-1952-india-launched-the-worlds-first-national-programme-e/21274430/answers/20121651

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Q. Articals on Indira Gandhi
Stalin:  A. Indira Gandhi (1917-1984)Indira Gandhi was not related to Mahatma Gandhi, India's beloved father. Yet she had political blood aplenty - she was the...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/articals-on-indira-gandhi/20121638/answers/516079

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This Black Soil

Millstones, Milestones Land in 29 villages in Tullur, Tadepalli and Mangalagiri mandals of Guntur dis­t­r­ict to be pooled for building the... ...

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This Ain't No Homecoming

Shaadi ki taarikh tali hai bas, shaadi ruk nahi gayi hai (the wedding date has just been postponed, it hasn't been called off), says Satprakash... ...

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Rahul should have become PM after Jaipur but he didnt care Harish Khare

Harish Khare, former media advisor to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh between 2009 and 2012, is a distinguished senior journalist and commentator.... ...

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Bouquets for differently-abled , freedom fighters on Liberation Day

PANAJI: For Taha Haaziq, Liberation Day morning was nothing short of an overwhelming experience. The 30-year-old visually impaired man was... ...

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Learning from the Ernakulam experiment

CONTROLLING THE BIRTH RATE: Sterilisation is by far the most effective family planning method in the country; yet the government of India admits... ...

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