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Births Out Of Wedlock Increased To 42 Percent in 2004 in the UK

The Office for National Statistics in the UK has said that the number of children born out of wedlock has increased to 42 percent in 2004 from 12 percent in 1980. The ONS Social// Trends survey also found that in 13 other EU countries the increase was only 33 percent. The survey said that the ...

Steep Rise in Number of Babies Born Out of Wedlock

A study conducted by The National Center for Health Statistics shows that there has been a remarkable increase in the number of babies born to unwed mothers, worldwide.// The statistics show that four babies out of ten born last year were borne by unwed mothers.It is generally believed that onl...

India Fashion Week Reveals - 'The Story Of Desire'

...lu Prasad Shaw's "Marriage Proposal" is a modernistic profile of a woman's face as she gazes at a fluttering butterfly, as she perhaps wonders whether wedlock is worth the effort. "This is a fantastic effort and greatly adds value to our event. I feel very humbled to be in the presence of these great m...

Courting Couples Use Valentine’s Day Threat to Their Advantag

... A threat from certain organizations that couples making a public display of their affection here on Valentine's Day would be forced to enter into// wedlock has been welcomed by some young lovers. Youngsters have got over the initial shock at the announcement on a Valentine's Day crackdown on lovers b...

Unwed mothers find it difficult to attract potential life partner

...likely to marry a man who was significantly older – at least six years older – than she. Overall, the results show that women who bear children out of wedlock do not fare well in the marriage market. Unwed mothers are disadvantaged economically. They are far more likely to live below the poverty line t...
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