- That's possible because India--the second most populous nation in the world, and projected to be by 2015 the most populous--is itself being transformed.
- It operates in eight countries, including Nigeria, Africa's most populous nation with 125 million people but just 600,000 fixed lines; New Zealand, where Econet will soon launch .
- Is the world's most populous nation about to get more crowded? Reports surfaced in international media last week that in an effort to slow the rapid graying of the workforce .
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- California Lawmakers Set to Pass $96 Billion Brown Budget
California lawmakers are set to send a $96.3 billion budget to Governor Jerry Brown with spending tempered by his restrained revenue estimate, even as higher taxes have given the most-populous U.S. state a surplus for the first time in almost a decade.
June 14, 2013 - Bloomberg
- Home prices in Cook County show uptick
But a third of Chicago-area homes with a mortgage are still underwater Home values in Illinois' most populous county are improving, but the gains may be smaller than would-be sellers are expecting.
June 13, 2013 - Chicago Tribune
- Gender-Neutral Bathrooms to be Required in Multnomah County Buildings of Oregon
Oregons most populous county is requiring that gender-neutral bathrooms be included whenever a county-owned building is constructed or remodeled, a move to accommodate transgender employees and visitors.
June 12, 2013 - Gayapolis
- Barack Obama in Washington Post
My grandfather, who was Kenyan, converted to Christianity, then converted to Islam,Obama said Sunday. "My father never practiced; he was basically agnostic. So, other than my name and the fact that I lived in a populous Muslim country for...
- John Howard in Sydney Morning Herald
India is the second most populous country in the world, it's cricket-mad, they are plusses,Howard told ABC Radio on Wednesday. "I think it's entirely wrong to look at the Indian involvement in cricket in a negative light. I think of those...
- Earl Pomeroy in Washington Post
These are inevitable threats to North Dakota's most significant, most populous cities, and proper protections need to be built,said Rep. Earl Pomeroy, DN.D.