The one child policy for population control was introduced by the People’s Republic of China in the year 1978 and implemented from the year 1979.
The present Chinese government’s National Population and Family Planning Commission has proclaimed that the policy would stay intact until the year 2015, though many couples continue to have more than one child in the country.
Do you think India could implement such a policy to control our ever-rising population?[symple_column size=”one-half” position=”first”] [/symple_column] [symple_column size=”one-half” position=”last”] [/symple_column]
Uniting citizens to demand the right to a safe birth for every woman, everywhere.Read More >
Take for example Ira Singhal, who topped the Indian Civil Service Exam in 2015, an exam which is considered to be among the toughest in the world.Read More >
Protesters were manhandled mercilessly and even the women protesters were not spared. I still wonder why the police got so offended by the Azadi slogans.Read More >
Young IAS officers with a tech background in UP are using smartphones to their advantage, to benefit people from some of the most backward districts.Read More >
Ban on an indigenous sporting practice among Tamils would not just have setbacks against tradition but will have more complex and long-lasting implications.Read More >