INDIA: Young Aging Expert Is Editor of “Seniors World Chronicle”

75yrs young Ravi Chawla Founder & Editor of ‘World Seniors World Chronicle.com’ with around 5 Lakh Hits in 6 yrs with 12,000 + post from 250 countries Handing over Ownership & Editorial Rights to Sailesh Mishra.

Mumbai-based Ravi Chawla, Founder Editor and Owner of Seniors World Chronicle, announced today that he is handing over complete charge and ownership of the Internet daily digest of international news and reports on Aging, to Sailesh Mishra of Silver Innings.

Seniors World Chronicle.com was launched in 2005 by Ravi Chawla, who has worked all his life as reporter, editor and publisher of specialist journals. This journal has already published nearly 12,000 reports from 250 countries and attracted an estimated 500,000 visitors up to end March 2012.
Chawla is completing 75 years of age in a few weeks and has opted out in favour of the dynamic young Sailesh Mishra to continue operations of Seniors World Chronicle.
Mishra has 15 years of hard core marketing experience and since the year 2006, has dedicated himself to work with Senior Citizens.
Says Mishra: “I am Social Gerontologist by Experience and Founder President of Silver Inning Foundation, Not for Profit and ‘Silver Innings,’ a Social Enterprise working with Senior Citizens.”
For increasingly internet savvy senior citizens everywhere,Seniors World Chronicle serves as a single source of international coverage of all issues concerning older persons. Access is free to all internet users and no registration is required.

More information from:
Ravi Chawla 91-9322 633 718
Sailesh Mishra 91-9987 104 233
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One thought on “INDIA: Young Aging Expert Is Editor of “Seniors World Chronicle”

  1. Presently published news of good growth 7% GDP rate of INDIA is inspiring and is because of increased workforce of high percentage of youth in INDIAN population.

    (2 related report of population and economics reports are attached Implications of Population Aging for Economic Growth.pdf and CHANGING PATTERNS IN THE WORLD OF WORK.pdf )

    But how that has happened? We can’t create high percent of youth population for increasing GDP. But all is because of increased birth rate during last 4 decades, which has increased India population during the period. That generations are now in YOUTH population of India and responsible for the GOOD GDP growth of India. But that is also a mirror of our future GDP. As Now have high percent of YOUTH work force and compared LESS CHILD/ELDERLY population. Reduced Children will turn LESS YOUTH of Future generations and present Increased Youth of Increased elderly percent of FUTURE generations (as in present European countries facing increased elderly populations).

    So in next generations in 4 decades time around 2050 the Population and growth future is looking more blink and worse than some of the present European courtiers.

    So to maintain the Good and sustained growth rate, we also need to maintain our population and birth rate at the 2 for 2. But still the above problem will be there. Elderly generations in the Population in next 4 decades time around 2050.

    From :- Dr. H H M. BHUDIA

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    28, Mar 2012, CEST. Welcome to the India economic statistics pages provided by the beta version of EconomyWatch.com’s Econ Stats database.
    Economic Indicators For: India › Change country
    National or Regional Currency: Indian Rupee, INR
    Year of data: 2010 › Change year
    Number of Indicators Listed: 38
    Full Dataset: From Year 1980 to 2016
    Date of Last Update: 1st August 2011
    Population: 1,189,172,906 (July 2011 est.)
    Area: total: 3,287,263 sq km land: 2,973,193 sq km water: 314,070 sq km
    Natural Resources: coal (fourth-largest reserves in the world), iron ore, manganese, mica, bauxite, rare earth elements, titanium ore, chromite, natural gas, diamonds, petroleum, limestone, arable land
    Capital: name: New Delhi geographic coordinates: 28 36 N, 77 12 E time difference: UTC+5.5 (10.5 hours ahead of Washington, DC during Standard Time)
    Data Sources: IMF, World Bank, UN, OECD, CIA World Factbook, Internet World Statistics, The Heritage Foundation and Transparency International

    India is the most populace country and has one of the largest, and fastest growing economies in Asia. However economic growth is constrained by inadequate infrastructure, a cumbersome bureaucracy, corruption, labor market rigidities, regulatory and foreign investment controls, the “reservation” of key products for small-scale industries, and high fiscal deficits. The US is India’s largest trading and investment partner.
    More on the India Economy
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    Economic Indicator Listing

    For India in year 2010 Indicator Value

    GDP Growth (Constant Prices, National Currency) 10.365 %

    GDP (Current Prices, National Currency) INR 74,514.23 Billion.

    GDP (Current Prices, US Dollars) US$ 1,537.97 Billion

    GDP Deflator 143.351 (Index, Base Year as per country’s accounts = 100)

    GDP Per Capita (Constant Prices, National Currency) INR 42,749.05 .

    GDP Per Capita (Current Prices, National Currency) INR 61,281.23 .

    GDP Per Capita (Current Prices, US Dollars) US$ 1,264.84

    GDP (PPP), US Dollars US$ 4,060.39 Billion

    GDP Per Capita (PPP), US Dollars US$ 3,339.31

    GDP Share of World Total (PPP) 5.4 %

    Implied PPP Conversion Rate 18.351

    Investment (% of GDP) 37.874 %

    Gross National Savings (% of GDP) 34.69 %

    Inflation, Average Consumer Prices (Indexed to Year 2000) 177.798 (Index, Base Year 2000 = 100)

    Inflation (Average Consumer Price Change %) 13.187 %

    Inflation, End of Year (Indexed to Year 2000) 183.547 (Index, Base Year 2000 = 100)

    Inflation (End of Year Change %) 8.608 %

    Import Volume of All Items Including Goods and Services (Percent Change) 11.506 %

    Import Volumes of Goods Only (Percent Change) 10.64 %

    Export Volume of All Items Including Goods and Services (Percent Change) 10.229 %

    Export Volumes of Goods Only (Percent Change) 13.647 %

    Value of Oil Imports US$ 80.695 Billions

    Value of Oil Exports US$ 36.04 Billions

    Population 1,215.94 Million

    General government revenue (National Currency) INR 13,594.95 Billions.

    General government revenue (% of GDP) 17.486 %

    General government total expenditure (National Currency) INR 20,577.45 Billions.

    General government total expenditure (% of GDP) 26.467 %

    Total Government Net Lending/ Borrowing (National Currency) INR -6,982.50 Billions.

    Total Government Net Lending/ Borrowing (% of GDP) -8.981 %

    General Government Structural Balance (National Currency) INR -7,465.19 Billion.

    General Government Structural Balance (% Potential GDP) -10.018 %

    Total Government Gross Debt (National Currency) INR 53,778.02 Billion.

    Total Government Gross Debt (% of GDP) 69.17 %

    Fiscal Year Gross Domestic Product, Current Prices INR 77,747.92 Billions.

    Current Account Balance (US Dollars) US$ -48.977 Billion

    Current Account Balance (% GDP) -3.185 %

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