Is population explosion a boon or a curse? For the European developed countries like Spain and Italy, where the population is decreasing, this might be considered as a boon. The developing countries already facing a lack in their resources, and with the rapidly increasing population, the resources available per person are reduced further, leading to increased poverty, malnutrition, and other large population-related problems. As the number of people in a pyramid increases, so do the roblems related to the increased population.
June 22,5: It has been no different in Germany.
A billion and how much? By now, I almost have a prepared speech in readiness. For whatever it is worth, here it is, reproduced for anyone who would care to listen: Not only is the population growth rate falling, the pace of the decline has actually picked up in the last few decades.
A fertility rate of about 2. India is expected to reach replacement level fertility of 2. So, India is actually close to stabilizing its population and far from exploding, and this has been achieved without a draconian one-child policy or coercive contraception.
Incidentally, the fertility rate in urban India is 1. True, the urban population is less than a third of the total, but a third is still about million people.
The rural fertility rate is 2. India has 29 states and seven federally administered territories. Fertility data for is available for 20 states and the federally administered national capital territory. In 10 of these states and the national capital, the fertility rate has fallen below replacement level and in one state it is at the replacement level.
Together, the 11 states and the smaller states and territories account for almost half the population Even of the remaining nine states, only the two most underdeveloped have a fertility rate of more than three children per woman.
Even as far back as the s, the Indian sub-continent including Bangladesh and Pakistan had about million people.
The population grew quite slowly due to famines and epidemics that killed millions during the colonial period but increased steadily following independence in The population started soaring in the s and saw the highest decadal growth of Since the s, decadal growth has been falling and the s saw a significant fall.
The census confirmed that the fall is picking up pace. Population and its growth: Current estimates are that it will keep growing till it peaks at about 1.
Long before that, bythe UN estimates that India would have crossed 1.Book Review: Truth About Muslim Population Explosion in India February 20, Yuga Parivartan 2 Comments amazon, explosion, Muslim, Population, review, Truth Share this on WhatsApp.
ADVERTISEMENTS: Population Explosion in India: Causes and Effects! Our country has to come to terms with the highly competitive world economy. India will be looking for a leader who can be bold enough to take up the issue of controlling population explosion seriously.
Unless India can find such a leader, its future cannot be bright. The question of Muslim population explosion and outnumbering of Hindus in India has been dismissed as a bogie for polarisation by the liberal media.
Book Excerpt: Truth About Muslim Population Explosion In India “Pakistan and Bangladesh are their fixed deposits. Those are Islamic states, no one can lay claim on them. Mar 15, · Here in this article, we will be discussing population explosion in India, we will cover the reasons behind the sudden growth and the history of World Population caninariojana.com will also discuss the problems and the opportunities created by the massive population/5(4).
Feb 03, · Population explosion in India is a myth created in the West by the Malthus philosophy.
It is an irrational fear of large human population. Leaving aside immigration from neighboring countries, the current annual population growth rate is about percent; five decades ago it was 3 caninariojana.coms: