World Poulation and India, statistically

World Population Day is an annual event, observed on July 11, every year, which seeks to raise awareness of global population issues. The event was established by the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme in 1989. It was inspired by the public interest in Five Billion Day on July 11, 1987, approximately the date on which the world's population reached five billion people. [wikipedia]
INDIA in Numbers
  1. Total Population of India - 1.06 Billion
  2. One baby born - every 1.25 seconds
  3. Daily population increse - 50000 people
  4. People dependent on agriculture- 65%
  5. People living in villages - 722.8 Million
  6. Population living in cities - 277.8 Million
  7. Population of different religion : Hindu - 80.5 % , Muslim - 13.4 % , Christian - 2.3 % Sikh - 1.9 %, Buddhist - 0.4 %, Jain - 0.4 % Others - 1.31%

World Population Today : 6,709,218,482 ( US Census Bureau )

Most Populous country : China , 1321 million , followed by India , 1132 million .

Least Populous country : Tuvalu , 11468 peoples only .

Changing school is Painful

Adolescents find it difficult to adapt to new schools when their parents change cities. From dealing with peer group acceptance at the new school, to proving their worth in a new environment, changes can take a toll on a teenager’s mind. The process can be especially daunting if the shift is from a school in a smaller city or town to a metropolis, or when there is a shift in their education board.
Dramatic drop in grades
Playing truant from school
Difficulty in making friends
Sleep and appetite disturbances
Refusal to participate in family issues
Blaming parents, getting into fights
Withdrawn Drug abuse in extreme cases
Magnify the positives, make the transition exciting
Prepare the child for the change
Keep contact with previous friends and the former city Plan short visits to previous city
Don’t compare with siblings, saying,“Your brother/ sister has adjusted so well.”
Take community help to gain familiarity in a new place
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Little known hot facts about Pepper

Peppers are called sweet peppers or bell peppers and come in a variety of colours.

Peppers are HOT
Peppers are low in calories, have no fat, and are no sodium (mineral) and cholesterol-free (you knoe what and how important ) it is. It has got a great source of vitamin C and phytochemicals with antioxidant properties. When comparing the nutritional values of red peppers versus green, studies show that red have significantly higher levels than than the green variety. Red peppers also contain lycopene (like tomatoes) that help protect against cancer and heart diseases.

Pros and Cons
Low in saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium.
High in dietary fibre, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, vitamin B6, potassium, manganese, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid and magnesium.
Peepers are ideal forMaintaining optimum health and weight loss.
It does not help you to gain weight.
Recipe With Pepper
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