Category Demography

Big Business and Small Families

By Prof. R Vaidyanathan on 11th August 2016 Big Business and Small Families Throughout sixties/seventies advertisements in print and visual media in the west projected “happy” families consist of husband /wife one boy one girl may be a dog. Happy family will not have mother-in-laws or sisters in laws leave alone aged parents. Destruction of […]

Eurobia – Dealing with it

By Prof. R Vaidyanathan on 24th November 2015 In the last two centuries Europe colonised countries in Africa and Asia and now Karma is hitting them. The renowned historian Neil Ferguson compares the fall of Rome in the 5th century to the decline/ fall of Europe now. Gibbon’s “History of the Decline and fall of […]

State Wise Religious Data According to Census 2011

Should India be filling West’s demographic gap?

Facing a severe demographic deficit, the Western countries may offer various incentives to the youth from countries such as India that have a vast, young population. If this trend is to be reversed, India must ensure better living conditions for its Generation Next through high quality infrastructure, especially education and health-care, and a corruption-free administration. […]

Demography and P&P sector — Age bomb, a trigger for outsourcing

The aging population of the developed countries, coupled with a desire of the workers for fewer hours, is a ticking time-bomb. The Proprietorship and Partnership sector will be tremendously impacted in the coming decades because of the tectonic shift in the employment scenario. There is an urgent need for society to calibrate this explosion in […]