Source: The Telegraph Time and age catch up with everyone. They certainly have caught India unawares, as the Bharatiya Janata Party-led government at the Centre has discovered. It recently revealed to the Lok Sabha that the country’s population is ageing much faster than some studies had projected, and that 34 crore...
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Source: Chronicle India
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Workshop for cops to help senior citizens
Source: Times of India
A workshop “Sensitisation on Senior Citizen Issues” was organised by the Raipur police department on Saturday. The department in association with the social welfare department and HelpAge India held the workshop to discuss the issues faced by senior citizens and come up with solutions for the same. …
Govt institutes survey to evolve policies for elderly of country, heres more
Source: Clipper 28 International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), Mumbai, Deemed University, has been appointed as a National Nodal Agency for conducting the LASI survey in the country. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare had undertaken a Longitudinal Ageing Study in India (LASI) under the tertiary level activities of National Programme...