World Population To Cross 8 Billion Today India Will Leave China Behind In 2023
UN Report on World Population: The world’s population will reach its record level on Tuesday (15 November). The United Nations report has claimed that the world population will reach eight billion on Tuesday. By 2030, this figure of population on earth is estimated to increase to 850 crores, by 2050 to 970 crores and by 2100 to 1040 crores. In the UN report, it has been claimed about the average age of human that at present it has been 72.8 years, which has increased by nine years till 2019 as compared to 1990.
At the same time, in the report, by 2050, the average age of a human being has been estimated to reach 77.2 years. It has been told in the report that women live an average of 5.4 years more than men. The average age of women has been estimated at 73.4 years and the average age of men at 68.4 years.
This annual World Population Prospects report released by the United Nations also states that the global population is growing at its slowest rate since 1950, falling to less than one percent in 2020. According to the report, it has taken 12 years for the global population to grow from 7 to 8 billion, while by 2037 it will reach 9 billion.
India will overtake China by 2023
In terms of population growth, India will overtake China this year to become the most populous country in the world. It has been claimed in the report that India will become the most populous country by the year 2023 leaving behind China. At the same time, in the report, the population of the world has been estimated to reach 1040 crores around 2080.
Half of the world’s population will be in these countries
The annual World Population Prospects Report has claimed that in the next 27 years, half of the world’s population will be living in 8 countries. This means that the population in these eight countries will be the highest as compared to other countries of the world. The report states that by 2050, India, Pakistan, Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, Nigeria, the Philippines and Tanzania will be home to 50 percent of the world’s population. This means that these eight countries are going to have the highest population density in the next few years.
Most Pakistani citizens left the country
It has been claimed in the report that between the year 2010 and 2021, the maximum number of citizens of Pakistan have left the country and made their home in other countries. According to the report, between 2010 and 2021, about 1.65 crore Pakistanis have left their country and taken citizenship of other countries. India is second in this list, where 35 lakh people left the country and settled in other countries. After this, 29 lakh citizens from Bangladesh, 16 lakh from Nepal and 10 lakh from Sri Lanka have left the country and acquired citizenship of another country.
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