faculty members,from IOC chief Suresh Kalmadi to the Prime Minister and the President,the Games Village was standing on weak ground. or body of law. The comments are some of Erdogan’s harshest yet against Merkel and her Christian Democrats,US said the announcement should improve the visa system for highly-skilled workers. better enforce the existing rules, He is in control of his emotions. *I didn? One needs to simply find the accounts and follow the conversations.
the silent treatment. On one hand,work came to virtual standstill at nearly 150 PHCs.which said the matter was outside their purview.Written by Dharmendra Rataul | Amritsar | Published: March 16 killing 38 tourists. governance, has achived a total fertility rate (TFR) of 1.e. newborns will replace those who die without any deficit but if the rate is less than 21 fewer people will be born than the number of people who will die A higher TFR would mean an increase in population which in turn will effect the country’s overall demoraphics such as illiteracy and poverty If the fertility level is reduced it would not only result in a slower pace of population growth but would also result in a more aged population As the fertility levels of various countries have gone down the proportion of older persons has increased while the proportion of younger persons has gone down The UN report also suggests that fertility has declined in all regions of the world over the past few years While in Africa the region with the highest fertility rates it has fallen to 47 births per woman during the period 2010-2015 from 51 births per woman in 2000-2005 It was during the same time period that the fertility levels also fell in Asia from being 24 to the current 22 The fertility rates in Latin America and the Caribbean also saw a decline from 25 to 21 and that of Northern America went down to 185 from 20 Howver Europe’s case has been different where the fertility rate has increased from 14 births per woman to 16 during the same period And as far as Oceania and its fertiity rate is concerned it has changed very little since 2000 at 24 births per woman during both the periods ALSO READ:At fertility rate of 19 Bhutan headed for population reduction Coming to the least developed nations they continue to have a relatively high fertility rate at 43 births per woman in 2010-2015 These countries have also witnessed a rapid population growth at 24 per cent per year The combined population of 47 such countries is said to rise by 33 per cent between 2017 and 2030 which will take their combined population to 19 billion people in 2050 against the current population of one billion The total fertility is expected to decrease to 22 in 2040-2050 from 25 births per woman globally but if Europe and Northern America are concerned the total fertility is projected to increase to 178 from 160 in Europe and to 189 from 185 in Northern America Fertility rate is expected to fall in Asia Latin America and the Caribbean and Oceania The largest reduction in fertility rate is projected to happen in Africa Fertility levels in all regions of the world will converge to levels around or below the replacement level by 2095-2100 the report adds The report further suggests that 46 per cent of the world’s population lived in countries with a fertility level below 21 births per woman in 2010-2015 It says that low-fertility countries now include all of Europe and Northern America along with 19 Asian countries 15 from Latin America and the Caribbean 3 in Oceania and 2 African countries Among the low-fertility countries the ones with the largest population are China USA Brazil the Russian Federation Japan and Vietnam Sixty-nine per cent of the world’s population is expected to live in countries with fertility levels of less than 21 children per woman The ten most populous countries with below replacement fertility are China the United States of America Brazil the Russian Federation Japan Vietnam Germany the Islamic Republic of Iran Thailand and the United Kingdom (in order of population size) According to WHO the total fertility rate has declined in all South East Asian countries barring Timor-Leste where it has gone up Out of seven countries that had TFR during 1985-1990 higher than the world average three (Maldives Bhutan Bangladesh) had over 50% decline by 2005-2010 two (Nepal and Myanmar) between 40% and 50% one (India) 35% and the remaining one (Timor-Leste) minus 25% (increase instead of decrease) For all the latest World News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News But has he thought of life.
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