By the Indian Legal Office Three candidates from the municipal corporations of Vadodara and Rajkot were disqualified on February 8 under the two-child policy in Gujarat for running for election. The nominations were contested as each candidate had three children. The electoral official of Ward 15 of the Vadodara MunicipalRead More →

The Philippines could register its slowest population growth this year, but even that cannot guarantee that the country can start reaping the demographic dividend anytime soon. Based on the latest estimate from Population and Development (Popcom), only 324,000 Filipinos, a 0.3 percent increase in the country’s population, are expected thisRead More →

On Thursday, a House leader slammed the government for pretending that the economy would not prosper without population control. Deputy Speaker of the House and representative of the BUHAY party list, Lito Atienza, released the statement after Socio-Economic Planning Secretary Karl Chua cited the “crucial role of reproductive health andRead More →