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Article 35A, Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, Assam NRC, Arunachal PRC moves that could change demography, go either way for BJP
Politics

Article 35A, Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, Assam NRC, Arunachal PRC moves that could change demography, go either way for BJP

With months to go for the elections, the BJP has got itself embroiled in a host of controversial issues that could swing either way for both the party and the concerned demography, leaving a trail of uncertainty for the residents in turmoil.

Assam influx: General Bipin Rawat's larger message is inclusive; to attribute political motives to it is absurd
India

Assam influx: General Bipin Rawat's larger message is inclusive; to attribute political motives to it is absurd

To say that General Bipin Rawat should have refrained from mentioning the names of political parties does not imply that the issue that raised by him is unimportant.

Islam will become largest religion in the world if current demographic trends continue: Pew report
World

Islam will become largest religion in the world if current demographic trends continue: Pew report

A new report by Pew Research Center has said that Islam will become the largest religion in the world by 2050 if the current demographic trends continue.

Latest Census data shows youth surge: Nearly 41% of India's population is below the age of 20
India

Latest Census data shows youth surge: Nearly 41% of India's population is below the age of 20

The latest census 2011 data released on Tuesday shows that around 41 percent of the population in India is below 20 years old.

India has 79.8% Hindus, 14.2% Muslims, says 2011 census data on religion
India

India has 79.8% Hindus, 14.2% Muslims, says 2011 census data on religion

The Muslim community has registered a 0.8 percent growth while Hindu population showed a decline by 0.7 percent, according to 2011 census data on religion.

US has more Spanish speaking people than Spain, reveals new study
World

US has more Spanish speaking people than Spain, reveals new study

The United States is now home to more Spanish speakers than Spain itself, making it the world's second largest Spanish-speaking country in the world.

India trying to change demographic mix of Kashmir, says Pakistan
World

India trying to change demographic mix of Kashmir, says Pakistan

Pakistan on Wednesday accused India of trying to change the demographic mix of Kashmir by settling non-Kashmiris in the Valley.

Study traces modern family to ancient 'sexual revolution'
Life

Study traces modern family to ancient 'sexual revolution'

The roots of the modern family may lie in the ancient sexual revolution when faithful women began to choose weak men as good providers and mates, a new study has suggested.

Big City crush: Mumbai, Delhi will get a lot more crowded
World

Big City crush: Mumbai, Delhi will get a lot more crowded

Get used to the crush of people. Over the next four decades, India will be among the few countries to lead the world's growth in urban populations.