Youth Perspectives

More people live inside this circle than outside it - and other demographic data you should know

Commuters wait for a train on a crowded railway platform in Mumbai April 1, 2011. India's population grew at its slowest pace since independence in the decade to 2011, the government said on Thursday, a trend welcomed by some since it may lead to higher living standards and sounder public finances in a country with enough young people. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY) - RTR2KOAJ

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Circle centred on 106.6° East, 26.6° North, projected using GMT, created by BCMM - Brilliant Maps
Source: The Economist
Source: The World Bank
Source: Our World In Data
Source: Our World In Data
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