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 From:  gowri raman, India, Jul/16/08 submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject:  Indian population growth - cause for worry
Question:  Indian population grows and grows and there is no place to drive, no fresh air and only heads wherever you go. No politician talks of such things. Indian society is addicted to norms of marriage during 25-30 years of age, child within a year or two and more next year and any deviation is frowned upon. Its worrying me and my friends. Please tell me 1) should we follow one child norm of China 2) give incentives to childless couple 3) encourage late marriages 4) free contraceptives to all 5) compulsory sterilization. What do you suggest will be most suitable and which steps are urgent. We will take up with authorities once our forum discusses this. Gowri Raman

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buddy Pooh,
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  Dear Gowri,

You have raised a good question,but the problem in our country is that neither Government nor people come forward to solve this problem.

Basically the mind set of the people should c

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Rate = 2.5 (Rated by 7 Council Members)

 
Geetha Gopakumar,
Council Member
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  Your worries are not out of place or unreasonable. The increasing population is a menace. But when we think seriously about it we can find that in India there is a tremendous decrease in the populatio

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Lathaa Manavalan,
Council Member
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  Drive proverty out first. Then give education to all. Provide ways for self employement. Take thes basic steps first. Only after that we can think of the other issues you have mentioned. Yes free cont

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later later,
Council Member
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  Hello,

Having family and raising kids is personal issue. Due to education & career nowadays both sexes are getting married very late. Stastically it pushed 10 years away. For Bride it is 23-25 whe

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Rate = 2.5 (Rated by 7 Council Members)

 
Anonymous ,
Council Member
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  Population is a subject of which the perception varies with the viewpoint of the observer. To the demographer it is an exercise in statistics, to the politician a matter of votes, to the economist it

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shankar ,
Registered Member
  Ammas.com
  I think its very difficult to implement one child policy in India due to different socio-religious background. However we badly need atleast a two child policy. We cant afford more increase in populat

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NEERAJA NAVEEN,
Registered Member
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  India is multi lingual multi Religious country.The developement f india depend on the deelopment of al these people.One should not be hearted by enforcing such laws.Like minority people like muslims b

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subramanian ps,
Council Member
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  mr. gowri raman, I think already we indians started thinking about reducing the family members by late marriages. Now a days most of the girls are getting marriage after 30 years, and sometimes not g

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raghavan yr,
Council Member
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  The population growth of India is to be appreciated rather than be deprecated. Look through the History of Famines, Draughts, wars, invasions,diseases, calamities , you think of it and people have sur

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K Sathya Narayanan,
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  Hi Yes definetly the population growth in india is alarming. In a few decades , india's population will over take china's. Now China is in No 1 position and india i in No 2 position. The 2-child n

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M Parvati,
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  To reduce the population, yes having less kids makes a logical choice, but compulsory sterilization is inhumane. Incentives for less/no kids can do wonders to motive people. As far as marriage duri

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Ramachandraiah Challa,
Council Member
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  Dear Raman, Good U think that U can take up with authorities on such issue.Unfortunately we are saddled with politicians who do not think of good for future generations.They are busy in making mone

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krishna murty,
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  One child norm is better. There should be all round discouragements to the parents who have more than one. like no govt job, no ration card. no admission in govt hospitals like etc

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Rate = 1.5 (Rated by 5 Council Members)

 
gbhaskaram ,
Featured Member
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  You cannot do anything in this respect. many have stopped with one child as they know that it is very difficult to bred them with good education. few are opting for another child and they mostly prefe

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Lata Verma,
Council Member
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  I agree with you on four points except the 2nd one. Encouraging childless life, is not something that any of us are ready for. You can give incentive to one couple. What happens when that number start

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Murali Chemuturi,
Registered Member
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  First you look to which segment of population is growing. The growth is in Muslims who are not at all practicing family planning. Muslims were 2 crores in 1947 and they are today around 20 crores. Hi

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SYED EHTRAM ALI,
Registered Member
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  I guess from the looks of Global Climate Change it looks like there is going to be big disasters in coming years to follow. Big earthquakes; hurricanes, tornadoes and cyclones. These catastrophies ar

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SUDHEER KUMAR k,
Registered Member
  APOnline
  major growth is in Muslims, they are not at all following family planning. following are advisices by me. 1. Giving incentives to childless couple will not work as in our country marriages are being

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peegeess ,
Featured Member
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  Greetings from http://www.subhavaastu.com

Thank you raman ji for your interest on our country. at present i am at camps, please give me a email for adding me as a member of your forum, if so i will

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 From:  nonso okonkwo, Nigeria, Jul/07/08 submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject:  The role of Banks in the field of infrastructural and National development/growth in India
Question:  i was asked in an interveiw a question that what is the role of banks in infrastructural decay and national development.pls help me answer the question. its a question of not less than 20 pages.

Rate = 2.5 (Rated by 2 Council Members)

buddy Pooh,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  Dear Nonso,

If at all it is a question of 20 pages,it will not be asked in interviews.You should answer such type of questions in a brief way that banks are giving loans and helping the poor and th

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Rate = 2.5 (Rated by 2 Council Members)

 
 From:  naheed jahan, India, Jul/07/08 submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject:  Why India remain backward compared to other countries
Question:  why india is back word from other countrey

Rate = 2 (Rated by 3 Council Members)

Geetha Gopakumar,
Council Member
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  Countries - small and big, after attaining political freedom, embarked on ambitious programme of economic development. The twin problem of under employment and poverty has been the most difficult chal

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Lata Verma,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  Becaue of the politics. People don't get the funds where they need.

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Rate = 1 (Rated by 2 Council Members)

 
 From:  chandra, india, Jul/03/08 submitted on: Ask Agent
Subject:  most urgent
Question:  I GOT TRANSFER BCOZ HIGHER OFFICERS ARE CORRUPTED I XPOSED SOME .HOW TO CANCEL THT TRANSFER ND RETAIN SAME PLACE?ALREADY THEY ISSUED ORDER ?IM ON MEDICAL LEAVE?

Rate = 2.5 (Rated by 3 Council Members)

GUDDU .,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  Dear Chandra,

Here at Ammas,we are helpless.You have exposed your officers,but in what way you are interested in the present place.If you are sincere and honest then you should go to any place you

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Sheila Das,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  I know that u r facing a terible situation and though what i am writing is in jest, it is the truth.

When i had to once face a situation of top to bottom corruption and there fore no one to t

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Rate = 2 (Rated by 1 Council Members)

 
 From:  rhea Mitra, Mumbai, India, Jul/02/08 submitted on: Ask Agent
Subject:  ngos working with Street children in Mumbai
Question:  I need to know names of NGOs working with street children, having shelters, in Mumbai. If possible I would like the name of the person in charge and their tel. numbers also.

Rate = 2.5 (Rated by 3 Council Members)

Geetha Gopakumar,
Council Member
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  PRERANA C/o Kamathipura Municipal School Kamathipura 7th Lane, Sukhlaji Street, Mumbai 400 008 Karmayogin: Priti Patkar Tel.: 2305 3166 / 2300 7266 Fax: 25700128 Focus Area Child Abuse, Child Se

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Suresh Chandra Gupta,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  I give you the address of a webpage on which you will find details of many NGOs working with children. http://www.karmayog.com/lists/child…

The Vivekananda Youth Forum is an NGO based in JVP

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MALLESH BAZAR,
Registered Member
  APOnline
  You may please visit Indianngos.com website. U can register free of cost and start accessing the site. The site contains list of ngos in India. In this site you can select the state and the district.

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buddy Pooh,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  Hello Mitra,

There is an organisation called VOICE which is a voluntary organisation which works for the welfare of street children by educating them.

The contact address of them is

VOICE, C

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