1. World Population Day: These TV actors urge couples to adopt  The Asian Age
  2. India's shifting population profile: Working people will continue to grow, but we also need to plan for burgeoning elderly  Times of India
  3. On World Population Day, a look at how we became 7.7 billion people & where India stands  ThePrint
  4. Opinion: Why India must shift its lens from ‘population control’ to ‘population development’  Scroll.in
  5. A demographic window of opportunity: on population and policy  The Hindu
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This World Population Day, telly actors share their views population control and adoption.

World Population Day: These TV actors urge couples to adopt

“The problem of graying India-The population in the 0-19 age bracket has already peaked due to sharp declines in total fertility rates (TFR) across the country. The southern states, Himachal, Punjab, West Bengal & Maharashtra now have TFR well below the replacement rate. #Budget19”

anshuman tiwari on Twitter: "The problem of graying India-The population in the 0-19 age bracket has already peaked due to sharp declines in total fertility rates (TFR) across the country. The southern states, Himachal, Punjab, West Bengal & Maharashtra now have TFR well below the replacement rate. #Budget19"

There is increasing realisation of the growing numbers of older people in India. Some even claim that India will soon be a country of old people. Is there reason for alarm or rather a sign...There is increasing realisation of the growing numbers of older people in India. Some even claim that India will soon be a country of old people. Is there reason for alarm or rather a sign...

India’s shifting population profile: Working people will continue to grow, but we also need to plan for burgeoning elderly

According to a UN report, India will overtake China to become the world’s most populous country in 2027.According to a UN report, India will overtake China to become the world’s most populous country in 2027.

India will be most populous country by 2027: UN | india news | Hindustan Times

In India, investing in the laggard States will ensure their role as being the greatest contributors of the futureIn India, investing in the laggard States will ensure their role as being the greatest contributors of the future

A demographic window of opportunity: on population and policy - The Hindu

India must frame policies and strategies to effectively unleash the full potential of its young people.India must frame policies and strategies to effectively unleash the full potential of its young people.

World Population Day: India must shift lens from ‘population control’ to ‘population development’

India must frame policies and strategies to effectively unleash the full potential of its young people.India must frame policies and strategies to effectively unleash the full potential of its young people.

World Population Day: India must shift lens from ‘population control’ to ‘population development’

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