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Monday, January 24, 2022

J K Satia

Satia is professor emeritus at IIPH, Gandhinagar

Reading NHFS-5 data to understand India’s health, population outlook
Mon, Jan 10, 2022

🔴 It offers hope that India's population will stabilise by 2050. But some states, public health risks need urgent policy intervention

The skewed sex ratio could upset the gains from a falling fertility rate
Sat, Oct 17, 2020

There is an urgent need to reach young people both for reproductive health education and services as well as to cultivate gender equity norms. This could reduce the effect of population momentum and accelerate progress towards reaching a more normal sex-ratio at birth. India’s population future depends on it.

India needs a more informed debate, better policy design to address population growth
Sat, Nov 02, 2019

The UN Population Division estimates that the medium fertility variant, the most likely scenario, will result in a peak population of 165 crore in the year 2061 and a decline thereafter.