Census 2011


'Census 2011' - 14 News Result(s)

  • More Married Women Go Out For Work Than Unmarried Women, Shows Census 2011 Data

    More Married Women Go Out For Work Than Unmarried Women, Shows Census 2011 Data

    New Delhi: More married women in comparison to unmarried women go out for work in the country and such working ladies seem to prefer to have less children than those who are married but not working. According to the 2011 Census data, released recently, in the child-bearing age group, 41 per cent married women go out for work in comparison to 27 per...

  • 6.54 Crore Indian Children Never Attended School: Census 2011

    6.54 Crore Indian Children Never Attended School: Census 2011

    As many as 6.54 crore people in the age group of 5-19 years in the country have never attended any school, while another 4.49 crore have dropped out of schools in the last decade.

  • Religious Census 2011: Hindus Below 80% For First Time, Muslim Growth Rate Falls

    Religious Census 2011: Hindus Below 80% For First Time, Muslim Growth Rate Falls

    The government has revealed the results of a 2011 religion-based census, a year after it was ready for release.

  • Highlights of the Socio-Economic and Caste Census 2011 for Rural India

    Highlights of the Socio-Economic and Caste Census 2011 for Rural India

    Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday released the Socio-Economic and Caste Census (SECC) and said that it would be an important input for policy makers.

  • Tamil Nadu performed well in many fronts in last 10 years: Census

    Tamil Nadu has done well on many fronts including sanitation and communication over a period of ten years, the Census 2011 facts reveal.

  • Newborn girl's body found in dustbin

    The body of a newborn girl was found in a dustbin in Jaipur on Tuesday, bringing to fore the plight of the girl child in a state that suffers from a skewed sex ratio.

  • Where Budget 2012 hurts, Census 2011 soothes

    Where Budget 2012 hurts, Census 2011 soothes

    Consumption accounts for close to 70% of India’s gross domestic product or GDP. Finance minister Pranab Mukherjee hiked excise duty and service tax by 2% in the budget for all companies. This makes products costlier as companies would pass on high costs to consumers. It could also slow down sales growth. Yet, over the past one week the BSE FMCG i...

  • Mumbai listed as India's most populous city

    Mumbai listed as India's most populous city

    Mumbai is India's most populated city with over 1.84 crore people, followed closely by Delhi with 1.63 crore and Kolkata with 1.41 crore, making these India's 'mega-cities', according to the preliminary Census 2011 results.

  • This summer, Kashmir to fight murderers of another kind

    This summer, Kashmir to fight murderers of another kind

    Newspaper advertisements, TV messages, raids on ultrasound clinics, door-to-door campaigns are underway.  Shamed by the dismal sex ratio revealed by the latest census report, the Jammu and Kashmir government is trying every trick in the book to save the girl child in the state.The census report, released in March, reveals there are only 859 fe...

  • Sex ratio means men may have to turn gay: Farooq

    Sex ratio means men may have to turn gay: Farooq

    Concerned over the growing uneven sex ratio in the country, Union Minister Farooq Abdullah today said there will be a day when men will have "no girls to marry" and they may have to turn "gay"."The day is not far when there will be no girls to marry and we'll all become gays. That might happen," he said, while trying to drive home the point that th...

  • Census 2011: Girl child at risk as sex ratio declines

    Census 2011: Girl child at risk as sex ratio declines

    It must have been welcome news for the government as the newly-released census showed a significant slowing of the population growth rate for the first time in nine decades. But, that hasn't changed anything for the girl child who continues to be at risk.Despite several policies to protect the girl child, their number below six years of age has fal...

  • Census 2011: Indian population increased by 181 million

    Census 2011: Indian population increased by 181 million

    India's population rose to 1.21 billion people over the last 10 years -- an increase by 181 million, according to the new census released today, but significantly the growth rate is slower for the first time in nine decades.India is now home to a whopping 17.5 per cent population - compared to China which hosts 19.4 per cent.India now has as many p...

  • Census 2011: Transgenders prepare to be counted for first time

    Census 2011: Transgenders prepare to be counted for first time

    When census officials hit the road for the mammoth task of counting the billion plus people, transgenders will ensure they are counted for the first time ever, after the government decided on their inclusion in the 2011 population count as a separate category.      Transgenders' addition in the census process in the 'others...

  • Home Minister's statement on Census 2011

    The central issue of the debate, as expected, was whether information on the caste of the respondent should be collected in the on-going Census 2011, the statement said.

'Census 2011' - 9 Video Result(s)

'Census 2011' - 14 News Result(s)

  • More Married Women Go Out For Work Than Unmarried Women, Shows Census 2011 Data

    More Married Women Go Out For Work Than Unmarried Women, Shows Census 2011 Data

    New Delhi: More married women in comparison to unmarried women go out for work in the country and such working ladies seem to prefer to have less children than those who are married but not working. According to the 2011 Census data, released recently, in the child-bearing age group, 41 per cent married women go out for work in comparison to 27 per...

  • 6.54 Crore Indian Children Never Attended School: Census 2011

    6.54 Crore Indian Children Never Attended School: Census 2011

    As many as 6.54 crore people in the age group of 5-19 years in the country have never attended any school, while another 4.49 crore have dropped out of schools in the last decade.

  • Religious Census 2011: Hindus Below 80% For First Time, Muslim Growth Rate Falls

    Religious Census 2011: Hindus Below 80% For First Time, Muslim Growth Rate Falls

    The government has revealed the results of a 2011 religion-based census, a year after it was ready for release.

  • Highlights of the Socio-Economic and Caste Census 2011 for Rural India

    Highlights of the Socio-Economic and Caste Census 2011 for Rural India

    Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday released the Socio-Economic and Caste Census (SECC) and said that it would be an important input for policy makers.

  • Tamil Nadu performed well in many fronts in last 10 years: Census

    Tamil Nadu has done well on many fronts including sanitation and communication over a period of ten years, the Census 2011 facts reveal.

  • Newborn girl's body found in dustbin

    The body of a newborn girl was found in a dustbin in Jaipur on Tuesday, bringing to fore the plight of the girl child in a state that suffers from a skewed sex ratio.

  • Where Budget 2012 hurts, Census 2011 soothes

    Where Budget 2012 hurts, Census 2011 soothes

    Consumption accounts for close to 70% of India’s gross domestic product or GDP. Finance minister Pranab Mukherjee hiked excise duty and service tax by 2% in the budget for all companies. This makes products costlier as companies would pass on high costs to consumers. It could also slow down sales growth. Yet, over the past one week the BSE FMCG i...

  • Mumbai listed as India's most populous city

    Mumbai listed as India's most populous city

    Mumbai is India's most populated city with over 1.84 crore people, followed closely by Delhi with 1.63 crore and Kolkata with 1.41 crore, making these India's 'mega-cities', according to the preliminary Census 2011 results.

  • This summer, Kashmir to fight murderers of another kind

    This summer, Kashmir to fight murderers of another kind

    Newspaper advertisements, TV messages, raids on ultrasound clinics, door-to-door campaigns are underway.  Shamed by the dismal sex ratio revealed by the latest census report, the Jammu and Kashmir government is trying every trick in the book to save the girl child in the state.The census report, released in March, reveals there are only 859 fe...

  • Sex ratio means men may have to turn gay: Farooq

    Sex ratio means men may have to turn gay: Farooq

    Concerned over the growing uneven sex ratio in the country, Union Minister Farooq Abdullah today said there will be a day when men will have "no girls to marry" and they may have to turn "gay"."The day is not far when there will be no girls to marry and we'll all become gays. That might happen," he said, while trying to drive home the point that th...

  • Census 2011: Girl child at risk as sex ratio declines

    Census 2011: Girl child at risk as sex ratio declines

    It must have been welcome news for the government as the newly-released census showed a significant slowing of the population growth rate for the first time in nine decades. But, that hasn't changed anything for the girl child who continues to be at risk.Despite several policies to protect the girl child, their number below six years of age has fal...

  • Census 2011: Indian population increased by 181 million

    Census 2011: Indian population increased by 181 million

    India's population rose to 1.21 billion people over the last 10 years -- an increase by 181 million, according to the new census released today, but significantly the growth rate is slower for the first time in nine decades.India is now home to a whopping 17.5 per cent population - compared to China which hosts 19.4 per cent.India now has as many p...

  • Census 2011: Transgenders prepare to be counted for first time

    Census 2011: Transgenders prepare to be counted for first time

    When census officials hit the road for the mammoth task of counting the billion plus people, transgenders will ensure they are counted for the first time ever, after the government decided on their inclusion in the 2011 population count as a separate category.      Transgenders' addition in the census process in the 'others...

  • Home Minister's statement on Census 2011

    The central issue of the debate, as expected, was whether information on the caste of the respondent should be collected in the on-going Census 2011, the statement said.

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