How India can combat a very populous poor country?
India can come out from the economic confusion?
Population growth has long been a concern of the government, and India
has a lengthy history of explicit
population policy. In the 1950s, the government began, in a modest way,
one of the earliest national,
government-sponsored family planning efforts in the developing world. The
annual population growth rate
in the previous decade (1941 to 1951) had been below 1.3 %,and government
believed that the population would continue to grow at roughly the same
India's high infant mortality and elevated mortality in early childhood
remain significant stumbling blocks
to population control. India's fertility rate is decreasing, although,
at 3.4 in 1994, it was lower than those
of its immediate neighbors (Bangladesh had a rate of 4.5 and Pakistan had
6.7). The rate is projected to
decrease to 3.0 by 2000, 2.6 by 2010, and 2.3 by 2020. India's population;
however, may not stabilize
until 2060. Source: Country Studies
A morning rush hour scene of a commuter train in Mumbai
Source: NHK TV March 25, 2010
(L) A family in Mumbai decided to buy a new 'Nano' Indian-made car.
(R) India's GDP 10-12 2009: Manufacturing 14.3% up, Transportation and
Communication business 10%up
Source: NHK TV February 25 and March 25, 2010
Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi
A highway to the Indira Gandi International Airport
(L) Airlines' non-smoking lounge (R) A charming airport woman staff also
assists buying a drink can.
(L) A man sitting beside a telephone booth and assists how to operate and
collects the fee
according to an automatically calculated bill.
(R) The photo shows a money exchange in the airport lobby.
The exchange rate is usually the same in the airport and hotel.
Immigration barrier at the New Delhi International Airport
(L) The entrance to the security check point of the international airport
(R) This photo shows the airport security check point. The Central Industrial
Security Force, a paramilitary organization is
in command of airport security. Some Indian staff member exercised his
power, handling an air passenger like a prisoner.
A suburban area of New Delhi and India
All pictures were taken in March 2010.
Arrival to India India's hotels Dehli temples Dehli Metro Indian railways New Dehli
Agra Taj Mahal Cheating in India Security in India Smoking ban in India India 2010
India's indoor smoking bans
Coronavirus in India
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The report was written and photographed in March 2010 by Junhaku Miyamoto,
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