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Judgement of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Committee for C.R. of C.A.P. & Others Vs. State of Arunachal Pradesh & Others dated 17/09/2015 regarding grant citizenship to the Chakma and Hajong Tribals who migrated to India in 1964-1969 and were settled in the State of Arunachal Pradesh.

Order of the Bombay High Court in the matter of The Bombay Mutton Dealer Association and Others vs The State of Maharashtra and Others dated 11/09/2015 regarding ban of sale of meat on 13 and 18 September 2015, Mumbai.

Britain looks set to overtake Germany as the European Union's most populous country by 2050, according to statistical agency Eurostat.

The growth rate of the Muslim population has consistently declined or remained constant since 1971 till 2011, with the only exception being the 10-year period ended 1991.

The genes that control the response of the human immune system vary enormously between individuals. Understanding the evolution of these genetic differences and how they individualize immune responses is central to understanding how the immune system works in health and disease. In this regard, the KhoeSan of southern Africa are particularly informative because they are genetically diverse, divergent from other modern human populations and have been subject to unique demographic history. In the KhoeSan population, we studied variable genes that control natural killer cell function.

India is embarking on a national campaign to help millions of indigenous people protect their forest land and resources using a seven-year-old landmark law that has gone largely ignored, the countr

The world's population is climbing higher and higher over time. Now, the United Nations (UN) Population Division has announced that the population is likely to surpass 11 billion in 2100.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Justice K.S. Puttaswamy (Retd.) & Others Versus Union of India & Others dated 11/08/2015 regarding Aadhaar Card Scheme.

The Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC) estimates that disasters forced more than 19.3 million people in 100 countries to flee their homes in 2014.

A study based on farm household survey was conducted in mid-hills of Himachal Pradesh to gain insights on people s perceptions and adaptations to climate change and variability. Results of the study indicated that 88.9 % of people perceived rise in temperature of the region while 88.4 % perceived a decreasing trend in amount of rainfall. People s perceptions for both maximum temperature and rainfall were in accordance with results of linear regression analysis of weather data of the period from 1995- 2011 collected from meteorological station in the region.