Problems of Population in India
Discovery Publishing House, 2005 - Economic development - 120 pages
Contents: Biodiversity of Daringbadi Forest Ecosystem in Orissa Need Its Conservation, Women Literacy, Child Labour is a Violation of Human Rights, Employment on Agriculture, Community Based Social Marketing for Controlling Population Growth and HIV/AIDS in India, The Demographic Profile of India and Orissa, Ecological Studies on the Coastal Sand Dunes and Slacks in the Vicinity of Gopalpur-on-sea, Ganjam District, Orissa, Impact of Road Transport on Population, Population Growth and Economic Growth, Population Explosion in Indian Contest, Rapid Growth of Population Hinders Economic Development of India, Poverty Alleviation, Women Education Especially in Backward Communities for Human Resources Development with Special Reference to Southern Orissa, Rapid Growth of Population in India and HLFPPT.
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Ecosystem in Orissa Need Its Conservation
Employment on Agriculture
An Emerging Issue of Declining
and Slacks in the Vicinity of Gopalpuron
Rapid Growth of Population Hinders
Rapid Growth of Population in India
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