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Mapping India's Rape Problem

Mapping India's Rape Problem | AP Human Geography @ Hermitage High School - Ms. Anthony | Scoop.it
In the wake of the death of a gang rape victim in New Delhi, a look at the country through rape statistics.
Allison Anthony's insight:

While some downplay that certain regions of the country are more dangerous for women than others, the more traditional north has a substantially larger number of cases than in the more modern south. 

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Michael Crumpton's comment, February 20, 2013 11:36 AM
Its quite interesting considering the north was heavily occupied and influenced by the British and so i would expect the exact opposite. On the other hand, if you look at the DRC...
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McDonald's Goes Vegetarian — In India : NPR

McDonald's Goes Vegetarian — In India : NPR | AP Human Geography @ Hermitage High School - Ms. Anthony | Scoop.it
McDonald's plans to open the first in a series of all-vegetarian restaurants in India next year. But rest assured, in most locations around the world, meat will stay on the menu.
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China And India: The Tortoise And Hare And The Real Weight Of Demographics

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China And India: The Tortoise And Hare And The Real Weight Of Demographics @Worldcrunch Worldcrunch - Great stories from the world's best news sources
Allison Anthony's insight:

This is a great story comparing China and India, including their populations but also their population structures and how the differences may allow India to surpass China in numbers, as well as economically.  There is also a mention of Japan and how their aging and shrinking population has caused them to drop out of the number two spot in the global economy. 

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