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Emerging trends and patterns of self-reported morbidity in India: Evidence from three rounds of national sample survey
BackgroundIndia is rapidly undergoing an epidemiological transition with a sudden change in the disease profile of its population. It is important to understand the changing nature of the burden ofExpand
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Burden of Disability in India (1881–2011)
It is estimated that roughly in the world 10 percent or 650 million people live with disability while India consist 26.8 million(Census 2011) & 58th round of National s ample s urvey (N ss ), 2002Expand
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Evolving Patterns of Child Sex Ratio in India
The article focuses on the geographical dimension of child sex ratio (CSR) and its evolving pattern for the last 40 years (1981–2011). Using a spatial statistical approach, it has been possible toExpand
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Demographic characteristics and changing land use pattern in Gangtok, Sikkim (1975–2011)
Gangtok, the capital and the largest town of the state of Sikkim lies at 27.33°N latitude and 88.62°E longitudes, located in the eastern Himalayan range at an elevation of 1, 650 m (5, 410 ft). It isExpand
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Development Disparity and Interstate Out-Migration in the Districts of India
Migration research in India has largely focussed on interstate migration and less on migration at the district level. While employment has been the single largest factor of interstate out-migration,Expand
CROSS BORDERING STUDIES AMONG DECISION MAKING AND SPOUSAL VIOLENCE IN INDIA AND BANGLADESH
Violence at least 20% of the world’s women has been physically or sexually assaulted by a man (World Bank, 1993) and that between 16% and 52% of women have been physically assaulted by an intimateExpand
Assessment of hydromorphological conditions of above and below dams of river Teesta in Sikkim
River is a main source of fresh water. Although since past river water and basin morphology both have affected and changed by some natural and human induced activities. Human civilization since timeExpand
Post facto, trends, pattern of Urbanity in Sikkim
Urbanity is the rapid continues concentration of structuralism, modernism and socio-cultural dynamic changes through urbanization process. Urbanization has been viewed as an important factor in theExpand
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Assessment of hydromorphological conditions of upper and lower dams of river Teesta in Sikkim
River is a main source of fresh water. Although since past river water and basin morphology both have affected and changed by some natural and human induced activities. Human civilization since timeExpand
DECLINING CHILD SEX RATIO IN INDIA AND ITS MAJOR CORRELATES
Over all sex ratio (OSR) in India has enlarged from the last census (2001) by seven points from 933 to 940, the situation is worse for the child sex ratio (CSR). According to the decadal IndianExpand
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