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To even seek to revive it after 72 years, four wars, exodus of Pandits & changes to demography & territorial boundaries of POK, is fatuous," he tweeted.
The minister recalled that within the framework of the national project "Demography", measures are also being taken to educate citizens of pre-retirement age: "From this year we allocate 5 billion rubles for training people of pre-retirement age."
Condemning the gross violation of human rights in the Occupied Valley, they vowed to raise this issue at International level to prevent India from changing the demography of the held territory.
Hence, in the context of the low Muslim demography, Sir Syed's gravest concern at this juncture, to quote his own words, was how to get 'the two nations - the Mohammedans and Hindus - sit on the same throne and remain in equal power'.
The Senate blue ribbon committee, jointly with the committees on health and demography and finance, currently conducts a hearing into the anti-dengue immunization program which started in 2016 under former Health Secretary Janette Garin.
Hence, in the context of the low Muslim demography, Sir Syed's gravest concern at this juncture, to quote his own words, was how to get "the two nations - the Mohammedans and Hindus - sit on the same throne and remain in equal power." And he came to the ominous conclusion, "Most certainly not..
Wittgenstein Center for Demography in Vienna: 0.05 percent of the world's population of 7.3 billion has migrated for any reason during the last five years
BEIRUT: Fragile host communities like Lebanon's can no longer cope with the lengthy Syrian crisis, Social Affairs Minister Rachid Derbas said Tuesday, warning of the impact left by the Syrian refugees on the country's demography. "Small communities with little resources like the Lebanese society can't tolerate the idea of long years of the Syrian crisis ...
Created by a team of researchers at the Wittgenstein Center for Demography and Global Human Capital in Vienna, this visualization explores bilateral migration flows between 196 countries.
Summary: Although before 2003 the central government of Iraq was forcing Kurdish families out of Kirkuk and relocating Arabs from the center and south of the country in the city in an attempt to change the city's demography, this process was supposed to be undone after the fall of the Saddam Hussein's Baathist Party.
In Europe, ageing has continued albeit at a slower rate, but with other elements, namely, supercentenarians and a new demography of death.