First, it utilized the distribution of race among surnames
on the national level using Census information, which could differ from that observed in Connecticut.
In terms of Circular Number 10 of 2016, the department issued an instruction to officials to allow women to indicate their choice of surname
under which they wish to be recorded in the National Population Register following the registration of a marriage.
Some say that choices of surnames
are for the reasons of political expediency, even If they are, so what?
It's just assumed that three surnames
take in 45 percent of the population and that is normal.
The BJP leader claimed that Gandhi has hurt the sentiments of crores of people with Modi surname
. The Deputy Chief Minister said, "He (Rahul Gandhi) has referred to crores of people with 'Modi' surname
as 'chor' and hurt their sentiments."
When the two youngsters and Prince Louis eventually tie the knot, they will all have different surnames
This approach can be termed "chronological ethnocentrism." (8) It is clearly evident in the case of women's surnames
specifically, and the implications of that issue for their status more broadly.
can be split into seven types: Occupational; a personal characteristic; a place name; of a family estate; patrynomic or ancestral; or honouring a patron.
He was awarded a PhD at Leicester University in 1970 for his research into Yorkshire surnames
, and in 1973 his work was published as Volume 1 of the English Surnames
A couple with different surnames
would therefore be charged double for the service, "penalising" unmarried couples and spouses who keep their own names, and children and elderly relatives with different surnames
, the charity said.
The pair took to their respective social media accounts and posted an illustration of a locker room, stating their surnames