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  2. Nepal 's telecommunication network has increased over the years significantly, with the number of telephone users (both fixed and mobile phone) reaching 40,789,198 subscribers as of 14 May 2019. Nepal Telecommunications Authority (NTA) is the regulatory body of telecommunications in the country.

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    The population of Nepal has been steadily rising in recent decades. In the June 2001 census, there was a population of about 23 million in Nepal. The population increased by 5 million from the preceding 1991 census; the growth rate is 2.3%.The current population is roughly 30 million which contributes to an increase of about 3 million people every ...

    UN estimates

    Source: Births and deaths

    Structure of the population

    Structure of the population (22.06.2011) (Census): Population Estimates by Sex and Age Group (01.VII.2016):

    Life expectancy

    Source: UN World Population Prospects

    Total fertility rate (TFR) (wanted fertility rate) and crude birth rate (CBR): The following demographic statistics are from the 2011 Nepal Demographic and Health Survey (NDHS). Median birth intervals (median number of months since preceding birth) 1. Total: 36.2 2. Rural: 35.9 3. Urban: 40.3 (2011) Median age at first birth 1. Median age: 20.1 (20...

    Nepal's diverse linguistic heritage evolved from three major language groups: Indo-Aryan, Tibeto-Burman languages, and various indigenous language isolates. According to the 2001 national census, 92 different living languages are spoken in Nepal (a 93rd category was "unspecified"). Based upon the 2011 census, the major languages spoken in Nepal(per...

    As of the 2011 census, 81.3% of the Nepalese population was Hindu, 9.0% Buddhist, 4.4% Muslim, 3.0% Kiratist/Yumaist, 1.42% Christian, and 0.9% followed other or no religion. Nepal defines itself as a secular nation according to Constitution of Nepal It is common for many Hindus in the country to also worship Buddhist deities simultaneously with Hi...

    Nepali was the national language and Sanskrit became a required school subject. Children who spoke Nepali natively and who were exposed to Sanskrit had much better chances[citation needed] of passing the national examinations at the end of high school, which meant they had better employment prospects and could continue into higher education. Childr...

    Nepalese in the U.K.

    In the 2001 census, approximately 6,000 Nepalese were living in the UK. According to latest figure from Office for National Statistics estimates that 51,000 Nepal-born people are currently resident in the UK.There has been increasing interest in the opportunities offered in the UK by the Nepalese, especially education. Between the years of 2001 to 2006, there were 7,500 applications for student visas.

    Nepalese in Hong Kong

    The Nepali people residing in Hong Kong are primarily made up of children of ex-Gurkhas; born in Hong Kong during their parents' service with the British Army's Brigade of Gurkhas, which was based in Hong Kong from the 1970s until the handover. Large groups of Nepali people can be found in Shek Kong and Yuen Long District off of the main bases of the British army. Many ex-Gurkhas remained in Hong Kong after the end of their service under the sponsorship of their Hong Kong-born children, who h...

    Nepalese overseas

    Nepali migrants abroad have suffered tremendous hardships, including some 7,500 deaths in the Middle East and Malaysia alone since the year 2000, some 3,500 in Saudi Arabia.

    According to the 2001 census, there were 116,571 foreign born citizens in Nepal; 90% of them were of Indian origin (Biharis) followed by Bhutan, Pakistan and China.This number does not include the refugees from Bhutan and Tibet.

    This article incorporates public domain material from the CIA World Factbook document: "2003 edition".

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    • 5.58 deaths/1,000 population
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    Nepal is a multicultural and multiethnic country, home to 125 distinct ethnic groups, speaking 123 different mother tongues and following a number of indigenous and folk religions in addition to Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam and Christianity.

  4. 2017 Nepalese general election. General elections were held in Nepal in two phases on 26 November and 7 December 2017 to elect the 275 members of the fifth House of Representatives, the lower house of the Federal Parliament of Nepal. [1] The election was held alongside the first provincial elections for the seven provincial assemblies.

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  5. Nepalganj. Bajhang. Doti. Dhangadhi. Mahakali. Panchayat era (1960–1990): In 1962, the reorganisation of traditional 32 districts into 14 zones and 75 development Districts. District Panchayat was one of the four administrative divisions of Nepal during the Panchayat System (1962–1990).

  6. Chumanuwri is the largest rural municipality with an area of 1,648.65 square kilometres (636.55 sq mi), while Annapurna (Kaski) is the smallest rural municipality with an area of 33.33 square kilometres (12.87 sq mi). Badigad is the most populous rural municipality with population of 30,906, while Narpa Bhumi is the least populous rural ...

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