China's population to stall around 2030, drop to 90% of today's figures by 2065
China's rapidly-ageing population touched 241 million – one-fifth of the country's population: Reports.
Donald Trump cancels Christmas holiday party after skipping correspondents' dinner; US president continues 'war on tradition'
Since taking office in January 2016, US president Donald has not only continued — and in some ways expanded — the wars of his predecessors, but even opened up a new front: A war on tradition
Stock market fluctuations: India’s structural story is just beginning to play out; we are still at inflection point
The best for the markets is still to come and that India’s structural story is just beginning to play out
Donald Trump hosts first White House Iftar dinner: American Muslim groups boycott, say thanks, but no thanks
Last year, Trump broke with decades of precedent by forgoing the annual Iftar dinner – a bipartisan tradition that formally began with Bill Clinton in the 1990s but has conceptual roots tracing as far back as under Thomas Jefferson in 1805.
Religious Census 2011 sucks: Hindu population may even now be overstated
Our religious Census 2011, which is being leaked by interested parties, shows that the data methodology may be seriously overcounting Hindus and undercounting Christians and Muslims.
Why the world wants old people to 'hurry up and die'
A Japanese Minister whipped up a storm recently by wishing that the old and the unwell would "hurry up and die" in order to save expenses on their life-support. That sentiment is evidently shared In parts of India, where a crude form of euthanasia is practised.
How India is set to become a big player in global consumption
India currently accounts for 3.3 percent of the world's total consumption of $40 trillion. But a combination of factors - consumption growth, demographics, and the appetite of the ordinary consumer might just catapult India to the big league.
India can outpace China, but it needs a bit of 'Mao magic'
A young population is India's strength, but it still needs investments in human capital if it is to leverage them to economic advantage. Enter Mao Zedong...
5 reasons why we needn't panic over falling child-sex ratio
Census 2011 has renewed concerns over a continuously falling child sex ratio. But like every other demographic trend, this will reverse once couples rework their cost-benefit calculus. Not to worry.
Kill the girl child, let the woman live
Even as India continues to kill off its girl children even before they are born, those that are born tend to live longer.
'IT Providers Should Use Advanced Customer Segmentation Methods'
The most productive application of updated segmentation is lead management - particularly automated lead scoring.