The Daily Populous

Thursday January 12nd, 2023 morning edition

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A report from the United Nations suggests that India will become the most populous nation in the world, surpassing China, in the next three months.

The United Nations report shows that India is expected to overtake China in terms of overall population by April and will have almost 1.7 billion people by 2050 compared to China’s expected 1.31 billion, Yahoo News reported.

Meanwhile, India’s population is expected to provide more than a sixth of the increase of the world’s working-age population of 15- to 64-year-olds between now and 2050.


About 1 in 4 of the 1.41 billion people in India are under the age of 15 and nearly half the population is under 25.

India has also long been compared to China, and they have for a long time traded with one another.

India and China have been responsible for an estimated 35% of the world’s population growth since 1950. »

People in Alabama can be prosecuted for taking abortion pills, state attorney general says

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People in Alabama who use abortion pills to end pregnancies can be prosecuted by the state, even if those pills were prescribed remotely from somewhere else in the country, said state Attorney General Steve Marshall.

Alabama is among 18 states that have issued new abortion restrictions since the Supreme Court's decision to reverse Roe V. Wade.

Anyone who remotely prescribes abortion pills in Alabama does so at their own peril: I will vigorously enforce Alabama law to protect unborn life," Marshall's statement said. »

Ubisoft Cancels Three Unannounced Projects, Skull And Bones Delayed Yet Again

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Ubisoft has updated its strategy for the near future, and in a new statement, has revealed that it has canceled three unannounced games and has delayed Skull and Bones yet again.

"As a consequence, we have decided to cancel three unannounced projects, on top of the four already announced in July 2022," Ubisoft said.

Ubisoft has revised its Q3 2022-23 net bookings target, which it now expects to reach approximately $779 million versus its prior target of approximately $831 million. »