Know : World Population List and Facts

 

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What is the Total Population of the World?

Check out the list below, but here are some interesting facts about Population

World population refers to the total number of humans living in the world. The world population has been on a constant rise since the Great Famine and Black Death ended in 1350. With more humans born every year than dead, the earth is under increasing pressure to provide for their sustenance. Census is the exercise of counting the number of individuals living in a country. It is held by every country separately at regular intervals. The census come out with interesting facts and figures and some of them are listed below:

1. The world population is estimated to be more than 7.08 billion according the report of USCB (United States Census Bureau).

2. The highest growth rate of world population, ever recorded, was 2.2% back in 1963.

3. The rate of growth of world population reached its lowest level in recorded history during 2011 when it was just 1.1%.

4. The continent with highest population is Asia that accounts for 60% of world’s population. It has 4.2 billion inhabitants.

5. Antarctica is the only continent that does not have permanent inhabitants. Its population varies depending on the number of polar stations established there.

6. China is the most populous country of the world closely followed by India. China has a population of 1.35 billion whereas India closely follows it with a population of 1.21 billion. They, together, are home to 37% of world’s population.

7. Singapore is the most densely populated country of the world housing more than 7300 persons in an area of 1 square kilometer.

8. It is estimated that it took almost 123 years for the world’s population to reach 2 billion mark in 1927 from 1 billion in 1804 whereas it took only 13 years to reach 7 billion in 2012 form 6 billion in 1999.

9. The global sex ratio is 1010 males per 1000 females. This gender imbalance has been because of the severe imbalances present in Indian and Chinese populations.

10. The average life expectancy of the global population is 65.07 years. This means that an individual, on an average, dies at an age of 65.07 years.

11. Women have higher life expectancy of 69 years as compared to men who, on an average, live for only 65 years.

12. If the average weight of a person is considered to be 140 pounds then the total weight of the entire global population is estimated to be 287 million tonnes.

13. 12.44% of world’s population speaks Mandarin making it the most spoken language of the world. Mandarin is followed by Spanish (4.85%) and English (4.83%).

14. The global literacy rate is 85%. This means that 85 out of 100 people of the world which are aged 15 or more can read and write.

15. The number of individuals with age less than 15 years constitute 26.3% of the total population whereas those aged between 15 and 64 have a 65.9% share of the global .population. 7.9% of the world population has an age of 65 years or above.

Rank Continent Population
2013
±% p.a.
2010-2013
World 7,162,119,000 1.17%
1 Asia 4,298,723,000 1.06%
2 Africa 1,110,635,000 2.51%
3 Americas 972,005,000 1.03%
4 Europe 742,452,000 0.10%
5 Oceania 38,304,000 1.47%

Countrywise List

Note: All dependent territories are shown in italics.

Rank Country (or dependent territory) Population Date % of world
population
Source
1  China 1,364,430,000 May 14, 2014 19% Official population clock
2  India 1,244,050,000 May 14, 2014 17.4% Population clock
3  United States 318,036,000 May 14, 2014 4.44% Official population clock
4  Indonesia 247,424,598 July 1, 2013 3.45% Official estimate
5  Brazil 202,554,000 May 14, 2014 2.83% Official population clock
6  Pakistan 186,444,000 May 14, 2014 2.6% Official population clock[9]
7  Nigeria 173,615,000 July 1, 2013 2.42% UN projection[6]
8  Bangladesh 152,518,015 July 16, 2012 2.13% Official estimate
9  Russia 143,700,000 January 1, 2014 2.04% Official estimate
10  Japan 127,140,000 April 1, 2014 1.78% Monthly official estimate
11  Mexico 119,713,203 July 1, 2014 1.67% CONAPO Official projection
12  Philippines 99,559,300 May 14, 2014 1.39% Official population clock
13  Vietnam 89,708,900 July 1, 2013 1.25% Official estimate
14  Ethiopia 86,613,986 July 1, 2013 1.21% Official estimate
15  Egypt 86,452,000 May 14, 2014 1.21% Official population clock
16  Germany 80,716,000 September 30, 2013 1.13% Monthly official estimate
17  Iran 77,430,000 May 14, 2014 1.08% Official population clock
18  Turkey 76,667,864 December 31, 2013 1.07% Official estimate
19  Democratic Republic of the Congo 67,514,000 July 1, 2013 0.94% UN projection
20  France[10] 65,885,000 April 1, 2014 0.92% Monthly official estimate
21  Thailand 64,456,700 July 1, 2012 0.9% Official estimate
22  United Kingdom 63,705,000 July 1, 2012 0.89% Official estimate
23  Italy 60,021,955 November 30, 2013 0.84% Monthly official estimate
24  Burma 53,259,000 July 1, 2013 0.74% UN projection
25  South Africa 52,981,991 July 1, 2013 0.74% Official estimate
26  South Korea 50,423,955 July 1, 2014 0.7% Official projection
27  Colombia 47,590,000 May 14, 2014 0.66% Official population clock
28  Spain 46,609,700 July 1, 2013 0.65% Annual official estimate
29  Ukraine 45,395,604 March 1, 2014 0.63% Monthly official estimate
30  Tanzania 44,928,923 August 26, 2012 0.63% 2012 census result
31  Kenya 44,354,000 July 1, 2013 0.62% UN projection
32  Argentina 42,669,500 July 1, 2014 0.6% Official annual projection
33  Algeria 38,700,000 January 1, 2014 0.54% Official estimate
34  Poland 38,496,000 December 31, 2013 0.54% Official estimate
35  Sudan 37,289,406 July 1, 2014 0.52% Official annual projection
36  Uganda 35,357,000 July 1, 2013 0.49% Annual official estimate
37  Canada 35,344,962 January 1, 2014 0.49% Official estimate
38  Iraq 34,035,000 July 1, 2012 0.48% Annual official estimate
39  Morocco 33,258,800 May 14, 2014 0.46% Official population clock
40  Peru 30,475,144 June 30, 2013 0.43% Annual official estimate
41  Uzbekistan 30,183,400 July 1, 2013 0.42% Official estimate
42  Malaysia 30,114,000 May 14, 2014 0.42% Official population clock
43  Saudi Arabia 29,994,272 July 1, 2013 0.42% Official estimate
44  Venezuela 28,946,101 October 30, 2011 0.4% Preliminary 2011 census result
45    Nepal 26,494,504 June 22, 2011 0.37% Final 2011 census result
46  Afghanistan 25,500,100 January 1, 2013 0.36% Official estimate
47  Yemen 25,235,000 July 1, 2013 0.35% Official estimate
48  North Korea 24,895,000 July 1, 2013 0.35% UN projection
49  Ghana 24,658,823 September 26, 2010 0.34% Final 2010 census result
50  Mozambique 23,700,715 July 1, 2012 0.33% Official estimate
51  Australia 23,489,400 May 14, 2014 0.328% Official population clock
52  Taiwan 23,382,948 April 30, 2014 0.33% Monthly official estimate
53  Ivory Coast 23,202,000 July 1, 2012 0.32% Official estimate
54  Syria 21,898,000 July 1, 2013 0.31% UN projection
55  Madagascar 21,263,403 July 1, 2012 0.3% Annual official estimate
56  Angola 20,609,294 July 1, 2012 0.29% Official estimate
57  Cameroon 20,386,799 July 1, 2012 0.28% Annual official estimate
58  Sri Lanka 20,277,597 March 21, 2012 0.28% Preliminary 2012 census result
59  Romania 20,121,641 October 20, 2011 0.28% Final 2011 census result
60  Chile 17,620,000 July 1, 2013 0.25% UN projection
61  Burkina Faso 17,322,796 July 1, 2013 0.24% Official estimate
62  Kazakhstan 17,221,000 April 1, 2014 0.24% Monthly official estimate
63  Niger 17,138,707 December 10, 2012 0.24% Preliminary 2012 census result
64  Netherlands 16,850,400 May 14, 2014 0.24% Official population clock
65  Malawi 16,363,000 July 1, 2013 0.23% UN projection
66  Guatemala 15,806,675 June 30, 2014 0.22% Official estimate
67  Ecuador 15,739,500 May 14, 2014 0.22% Official population clock
68  Mali 15,302,000 July 1, 2013 0.21% UN projection
69  Cambodia 15,135,000 July 1, 2013 0.21% UN projection
70  Zambia 14,580,290 July 1, 2013 0.2% Official estimate
71  Zimbabwe 13,061,239 August 17, 2012 0.18% 2012 Census Result
72  Senegal 12,873,601 November 19, 2013 0.18% Preliminary 2013 census result
73  Chad 12,825,000 July 1, 2013 0.18% UN projection
74  South Sudan 11,296,000 July 1, 2013 0.16% UN projection
75  Belgium 11,190,649 March 1, 2014 0.16% Monthly official estimate
76  Cuba 11,167,325 September 15, 2012 0.16% Preliminary 2012 census result
77  Tunisia 10,886,500 July 1, 2013 0.15% Official estimate
78  Guinea 10,824,200 July 1, 2010 0.15% Official estimate
79  Greece 10,815,197 May 24, 2011 0.15% Final 2011 census result
80  Rwanda 10,537,222 August 15, 2012 0.15% Preliminary 2012 census result
81  Czech Republic 10,512,400 December 31, 2013 0.15% Official quarterly estimate
82  Somalia 10,496,000 July 1, 2013 0.15% UN projection
83  Portugal 10,477,800 December 31, 2013 0.15% Annual official estimate
84  Haiti 10,413,211 July 1, 2012 0.15% Official estimate
85  Bolivia 10,027,254 November 21, 2012 0.14% 2012 census result
86  Benin 9,988,068 July 1, 2014 0.14% Official annual projection
87  Hungary 9,879,000 January 1, 2014 0.14% Annual official estimate
88  Sweden 9,666,871 March 31, 2014 0.13% Monthly official estimate
89  Azerbaijan 9,477,100 December 31, 2013 0.13% Official estimate
90  Belarus 9 467,000 April 1, 2014 0.13% Monthly official estimate
91  Dominican Republic 9,445,281 December 1, 2010 0.13% Final 2010 census result
92  Burundi 9,420,248 July 1, 2013 0.13% Official estimate
93  United Arab Emirates 9,346,000 July 1, 2013 0.13% UN projection
94  Honduras 8,555,072 July 1, 2013 0.12% Annual official estimate
95  Austria 8,504,850 January 1, 2014 0.12% Official quarterly estimate
96  Israel 8,169,700 March 31, 2014 0.11% Official Monthly Estimate
97  Tajikistan 8,160,000 January 1, 2014 0.11% Official estimate
98   Switzerland 8,136,700 December 31, 2013 0.11% Annual provisional figure
99  Papua New Guinea 7,398,500 July 1, 2013 0.103% Annual official estimate
100  Bulgaria 7,245,677 December 31, 2013 0.101% Official estimate
101  Hong Kong (China) 7,219,700 December 31, 2013 0.101% Official estimate
102  Serbia 7,181,505 January 1, 2013 0.1% Annual official estimate
103  Paraguay 6,783,374 2013 0.095% Official estimate
104  Jordan 6,582,890 May 14, 2014 0.0919% Official population clock
105  Laos 6,580,800 July 1, 2013 0.092% Annual official estimate
106  El Salvador 6,340,000 July 1, 2013 0.089% UN projection
107  Eritrea 6,333,000 July 1, 2013 0.088% UN projection
108  Libya 6,202,000 July 1, 2013 0.087% UN projection
109  Togo 6,191,155 November 6, 2010 0.086% Final 2010 census result
110  Sierra Leone 6,190,280 2013 0.086% Official estimate
111  Nicaragua 6,071,045 June 30, 2012 0.085% Official estimate
112  Kyrgyzstan 5,776,570 2014 0.081% Official estimate
113  Denmark 5,634,437 April 1, 2014 0.079% Quarterly official estimate
114  Finland 5,453,784 February 28, 2014 0.076% Monthly official estimate
115  Slovakia 5,415,949 December 31, 2013 0.076% Official estimate
116  Singapore 5,399,200 July 1, 2013 0.075% Official estimate
117  Turkmenistan 5,240,000 July 1, 2013 0.073% UN projection
118  Norway 5,109,056 January 1, 2014 0.071% Quarterly official estimate
119  Lebanon 4,822,000 July 1, 2013 0.067% UN projection
120  Costa Rica 4,667,096 July 1, 2013 0.065% Official estimate
121  Central African Republic 4,616,000 July 1, 2013 0.064% UN projection
122  Ireland 4,593,100 April 1, 2013 0.064% Annual official estimate
123  New Zealand 4,529,170 May 14, 2014 0.063% Official population clock
124  Georgia 4,490,500 January 1, 2014 0.063% Annual official estimate
125  Republic of the Congo 4,448,000 July 1, 2013 0.062% UN projection
126  Palestine 4,420,549 July 1, 2013 0.062% Official estimate
127  Liberia 4,294,000 July 1, 2013 0.06% UN projection
128  Croatia 4,290,612 March 31, 2011 0.114% 2011 census result
129  Moldova 4,062,800 January 1, 2014 0.05% Official estimate
130  Oman 4,018,000 April 30, 2014 0.056% Monthly official estimate
131  Bosnia and Herzegovina 3,791,622 October 15, 2013 0.053% Preliminary 2013 census result
132  Puerto Rico (USA) 3,615,086 July 1, 2013 0.05% Official estimate
133  Mauritania 3,461,041 July 1, 2013 0.048% Annual official estimate
134  Panama 3,405,813 May 16, 2010 0.048% Final 2010 census result
135  Uruguay 3,286,314 September 30, 2011 0.046% Final 2011 census result
136  Kuwait 3,065,850 July 1, 2011 0.043% Official estimate
137  Armenia 3,017,400 December 31, 2013 0.042% Quarterly official estimate
138  Lithuania 2,939,431 March 1, 2014 0.041% Monthly official estimate
139  Mongolia 2,931,300 December 31, 2013 0.041% Official preliminary result
140  Albania 2,821,977 October 1, 2011 0.039% 2011 census result
141  Jamaica 2,711,476 December 31, 2012 0.038% Annual official estimate
142  Qatar 2,155,446 April 30, 2014 0.301% Monthly official estimate
143  Namibia 2,113,077 August 28, 2011 0.03% Final 2011 census result
144  Lesotho 2,074,000 July 1, 2013 0.029% UN projection
145  Slovenia 2,062,601 May 14, 2014 0.029% Official population clock
146  Macedonia 2,062,294 December 31, 2012 0.029% Official estimate
147  Botswana 2,024,904 August 22, 2011 0.028% Final 2011 census result
148  Latvia 2,003,000 March 1, 2014 0.028% Monthly official estimate
149  Gambia 1,882,450 April 15, 2013 0.026% Preliminary 2013 census result
150  Kosovo 1,815,606 December 31, 2012 0.025% Official estimate
151  Guinea-Bissau 1,704,000 July 1, 2013 0.024% UN projection
152  Gabon 1,672,000 July 1, 2013 0.023% UN projection
153  Equatorial Guinea 1,622,000 July 1, 2010 0.023% Annual official estimate
154  Trinidad and Tobago 1,328,019 January 9, 2011 0.019% 2011 census result
155  Estonia 1,311,870 January 1, 2014 0.018% Official estimate
156  Mauritius 1,257,900 July 3, 2011 0.018% 2011 census result
157  Swaziland 1,250,000 July 1, 2013 0.017% UN projection
158  Bahrain 1,234,571 April 27, 2010 0.017% Final 2010 census result
159  Timor-Leste 1,066,409 July 11, 2010 0.015% Final 2010 census result
160  Djibouti 873,000 July 1, 2013 0.012% UN projection
161  Cyprus 865,878 December 31, 2012 0.012% Official estimate
162  Fiji 858,038 July 1, 2012 0.012% Annual official estimate
163  Réunion (France) 840,974 January 1, 2013 0.012% Official annual estimate
164  Guyana 784,894 July 1, 2010 0.011% Annual official estimate
165  Bhutan 747,290 May 14, 2014 0.0104% Official population clock
166  Comoros 743,798 July 1, 2013 0.0104% Official estimate
167  Montenegro 620,029 April 1, 2011 0.0087% Final 2011 census result
168  Macau (China) 607,500 December 31, 2013 0.0084% Official quaterly estimate
169  Solomon Islands 581,344 July 1, 2013 0.0081% Annual official estimate
170  Western Sahara 567,000 July 1, 2013 0.0079% UN projection
171  Luxembourg 549,700 December 31, 2013 0.0075% Annual official estimate
172  Suriname 534,189 August 13, 2012 0.0075% Preliminary 2012 census result
173  Cape Verde 491,875 June 16, 2010 0.0069% Final 2010 census result
174  Malta 416,055 November 20, 2011 0.0058% Preliminary 2011 census result
175  Guadeloupe (France) 405,739 January 1, 2013 0.0057% Official annual estimate
176  Brunei 393,162 June 20, 2011 0.0055% Preliminary 2011 census result
177  Martinique (France) 392,291 January 1, 2011 0.0055% Official annual estimate
178  Bahamas 351,461 May 3, 2010 0.0049% Final 2010 census result
179  Belize 349,728 July 1, 2013 0.0049% Official estimate
180  Iceland 326,340 March 31, 2014 0.0045% Quarterly official estimate
181  Maldives 317,280 July 1, 2010 0.0044% Official estimate
182  Barbados 285,000 July 1, 2013 0.004% Official estimate
183  French Polynesia (France) 268,270 August 22, 2012 0.0037% Preliminary 2012 census result
184  Vanuatu 264,652 July 1, 2013 0.0037% Annual official estimate
185  New Caledonia (France) 258,958 July 1, 2013 0.0036% Annual official estimate
186  French Guiana (France) 237,549 January 1, 2011 0.0033% Official annual estimate
187  Mayotte (France) 212,645 August 21, 2012 0.003% 2012 census result
188  Samoa 187,820 November 7, 2011 0.0026% Final 2011 census result
189  São Tomé and Príncipe 187,356 May 13, 2012 0.0026% 2012 census result
190  Saint Lucia 180,000 May 10, 2013 0.0025% Preliminary 2010 census result
191  Guam (USA) 159,358 April 1, 2010 0.0022% Final 2010 census result
192  Curaçao (Netherlands) 150,563 March 26, 2011 0.0021% 2011 census result
193  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 109,000 July 1, 2013 0.0015% UN projection
194  Kiribati 106,461 July 1, 2013 0.0015% Annual official estimate
195  United States Virgin Islands (USA) 106,405 April 1, 2010 0.0015% Final 2010 census result
196  Grenada 103,328 May 12, 2011 0.0014% 2011 census result
197  Tonga 103,036 November 30, 2011 0.0014% 2011 census result
198  Aruba (Netherlands) 101,484 September 29, 2010 0.0014% 2010 census result
199  Federated States of Micronesia 101,351 July 1, 2013 0.0014% Annual official estimate
200  Jersey (UK) 99,000 December 31, 2012 0.0014% 2011 census result
201  Seychelles 90,945 August 26, 2010 0.0013% Final 2010 census result
202  Antigua and Barbuda 86,295 May 27, 2011 0.0012% Preliminary 2011 census result
203  Isle of Man (UK) 84,497 March 27, 2011 0.0012% 2011 census result
204  Andorra 76,098 July 1, 2013 0.0011% Annual official estimate
205  Dominica 71,293 May 14, 2011 0.001% Preliminary 2011 census result
206  Bermuda (UK) 64,237 May 20, 2010 0.0009% Final 2010 census result
207  Guernsey (UK) 63,085 March 31, 2012 0.00088% Annual official estimate
208  Greenland (Denmark) 56,483 July 1, 2013 0.00079% Annual official estimate
209  Marshall Islands 56,086 July 1, 2013 0.00078% Annual official estimate
210  American Samoa (USA) 55,519 April 1, 2010 0.00078% Final 2010 census result
211  Cayman Islands (UK) 55,456 October 10, 2010 0.00077% Final 2010 census result
212  Saint Kitts and Nevis 54,000 July 1, 2013 0.00075% UN projection
213  Northern Mariana Islands (USA) 53,883 April 1, 2010 0.00075% Final 2010 census result
214  Faroe Islands (Denmark) 48,308 January 1, 2014 0.00067% Monthly official estimate
215  Sint Maarten (Netherlands) 37,429 January 1, 2010 0.00052% Official estimate
216  Liechtenstein 37,132 December 31, 2013 0.00052% Semi annual official estimate
217  Saint Martin (France) 36,979 January 1, 2010 0.00052% Official estimate
218  Monaco 36,950 December 31, 2013 0.0005% Annual official estimate
219  San Marino 32,646 March 31, 2014 0.00046% Monthly official estimate
220  Turks and Caicos Islands (UK) 31,458 January 25, 2012 0.00044% 2012 census result
221  Gibraltar (UK) 30,001 December 31, 2012 0.00042% Annual official estimate
222  British Virgin Islands (UK) 29,537 July 1, 2010 0.00041% Annual official estimate
223  Åland Islands (Finland) 28,502 December 31, 2012 0.0004% Official estimate
224  Caribbean Netherlands (Netherlands) 23,296 January 1, 2013 0.00033% Official estimate
225  Palau 20,901 July 1, 2013 0.00029% Annual official estimate
226  Cook Islands (NZ) 14,974 December 1, 2011 0.00021% Final 2011 census result
227  Anguilla (UK) 13,452 May 11, 2011 0.00019% Preliminary 2011 census result
228  Wallis and Futuna (France) 13,135 July 1, 2013 0.00018% Annual official estimate
229  Tuvalu 11,323 July 1, 2013 0.00016% Annual official estimate
230  Nauru 9,945 October 30, 2011 0.00014% 2011 census result
231  Saint Barthélemy (France) 8,938 January 1, 2010 0.00012% Official estimate
232  Saint Pierre and Miquelon (France) 6,081 January 1, 2010 0.000085% Official estimate
233  Montserrat (UK) 4,922 May 12, 2011 0.000069% 2011 census result
234  Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha (UK) 4,000 July 1, 2013 0.000056% UN projection
235  Falkland Islands (UK) 3,000 July 1, 2013 0.000042% UN projection
236  Svalbard and Jan Mayen (Norway) 2,655 September 1, 2012 0.000037% Official estimate
237  Norfolk Island (Australia) 2,302 August 9, 2011 0.000032% 2011 census result
238  Christmas Island (Australia) 2,072 August 9, 2011 0.000029% 2011 census result
239  Niue (NZ) 1,613 September 10, 2011 0.000023% Final 2011 census result
240  Tokelau (NZ) 1,411 October 18, 2011 0.000020% Final 2011 census result
241   Vatican City 839 July 1, 2012 0.000012% Official estimate
242  Cocos (Keeling) Islands (Australia) 596 January 14, 2014 0.0000083% 2011 census result
243  Pitcairn Islands (UK) 56 February 1, 2013 0.00000078% Official estimate
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Know : Country wise % of Agricultural Land Area

Country name 2009 2010 2011
Afghanistan 58.1 58.1 58.1
Albania 43.8 43.8 43.8
Algeria 17.4 17.4 17.4
American Samoa 24.5 24.5 24.5
Andorra 42.3 42.8 43.2
Angola 46.8 46.8 46.8
Antigua and Barbuda 20.5 20.5 20.5
Argentina 52.4 53.6 53.9
Armenia 61.3 60.9 60.1
Aruba 11.1 11.1 11.1
Australia 53.2 51.9 53.3
Austria 38.4 38.4 34.8
Azerbaijan 57.6 57.7 57.7
Bahamas, The 1.4 1.5 1.5
Bahrain 11 11 11
Bangladesh 71 71 70.1
Barbados 37.2 32.6 34.9
Belarus 44 43.9 43.7
Belgium 45 44.8 44.2
Belize 6.8 6.9 6.9
Benin 29.3 30.1 30.4
Bermuda 14.8 14.8 14.8
Bhutan 13.5 13.5 13.5
Bolivia 34.1 34.1 34.2
Bosnia and Herzegovina 41.7 42 42.2
Botswana 45.7 45.6 45.6
Brazil 32.3 32.3 32.5
Brunei Darussalam 2.2 2.2 2.2
Bulgaria 46.3 46.5 46.9
Burkina Faso 43 44.1 43
Burundi 83.7 88.4 86.4
Cambodia 31.5 32 32
Cameroon 19.7 20.3 20.3
Canada 7 7 6.9
Cape Verde 18.6 18.6 18.6
Cayman Islands 11.3 11.3 11.3
Central African Republic 8.4 8.2 8.2
Chad 39.2 39.3 39.7
Chile 21.2 21.2 21.2
China 55.4 55.6 55.7
Colombia 38.3 38.3 39.5
Comoros 84.9 83.3 83.3
Congo, Dem. Rep. 11.4 11.4 11.4
Congo, Rep. 30.9 30.9 30.9
Costa Rica 36.2 36.8 36.8
Cote d’Ivoire 64.5 64.5 64.5
Croatia 23.2 23.8 23.7
Cuba 61.7 61.7 61.7
Curacao
Cyprus 13.8 12.3 12.8
Czech Republic 54.9 54.8 54.8
Denmark 62.1 61.9 63.4
Djibouti 73.4 73.4 73.4
Dominica 32.7 34.7 34.7
Dominican Republic 50.6 50.6 50.6
Ecuador 30.3 30.2 29.6
Egypt, Arab Rep. 3.7 3.7 3.7
El Salvador 74.5 73.8 73.9
Equatorial Guinea 10.9 10.8 10.8
Eritrea 75.2 75.2 75.2
Estonia 22 22.4 22.3
Ethiopia 34.5 35 35.7
Faeroe Islands 2.1 2.1 2.1
Fiji 23.4 23.4 23.4
Finland 7.6 7.5 7.5
France 53.4 53.2 53.1
French Polynesia 12.2 12.2 12.4
Gabon 20 20 20
Gambia, The 59.6 60.8 60.8
Georgia 36.4 35.5 35.5
Germany 48.4 47.9 48
Ghana 69.2 69.4 69.9
Greece 63.6 63.2 63.2
Greenland 0.6 0.6 0.6
Grenada 32.4 32.4 32.4
Guam 33.3 33.3 33.3
Guatemala 41 41 41
Guinea 58 58 58
Guinea-Bissau 57.3 58 58
Guyana 8.5 8.5 8.5
Haiti 65.2 64.2 64.2
Honduras 28.6 28.8 28.8
Hong Kong SAR, China
Hungary 63.9 59 59
Iceland 18.2 15.9 15.9
India 60.5 60.5 60.5
Indonesia 29.6 30.1 30.1
Iran, Islamic Rep. 29.8 29.9 30.1
Iraq 18.1 18.9 18.9
Ireland 60.8 66.3 66.1
Isle of Man 76.1 76.1 74.7
Israel 24.1 23.9 24.1
Italy 47.4 48.7 47.4
Jamaica 41.5 41.5 41.5
Japan 12.6 12.6 12.5
Jordan 11.5 11.3 11.3
Kazakhstan 77.2 77.3 77.5
Kenya 48.2 48.2 48.2
Kiribati 42 42 42
Korea, Dem. Rep. 21.2 21.2 21.2
Korea, Rep. 18.5 18.3 18.1
Kosovo
Kuwait 8.5 8.5 8.5
Kyrgyz Republic 55.4 55.3 55.3
Lao PDR 10.2 10.3 10.3
Latvia 29.5 29 29.2
Lebanon 64.8 62.6 62.4
Lesotho 77 76.6 76.2
Liberia 27.1 27.3 27.3
Libya 8.9 8.9 8.9
Liechtenstein 40.6 40.6 40.6
Lithuania 42.9 44.2 44.8
Luxembourg 50.5 50.6 50.6
Macao SAR, China
Macedonia, FYR 40.2 44.4 44.3
Madagascar 71.2 71.2 71.2
Malawi 58.1 59.2 59.2
Malaysia 24 24 24
Maldives 23.3 23.3 23.3
Mali 33.6 33.6 34.1
Malta 29.1 32.2 32.2
Marshall Islands 72.2 72.2 72.2
Mauritania 38.5 38.5 38.5
Mauritius 44.8 44.8 43.8
Mexico 52.9 53 53.1
Micronesia, Fed. Sts. 30.1 30.1 30.1
Moldova 75.2 75 74.8
Monaco
Mongolia 73.2 73.1 73.1
Montenegro 38.2 38.1 38.1
Morocco 67.2 67.2 67.5
Mozambique 62.8 62.8 62.8
Myanmar 19 19.2 19.2
Namibia 47.1 47.1 47.1
Nepal 29.7 29.7 29.7
Netherlands 56.8 56.6 56.2
New Caledonia 13.7 13.7 13.7
New Zealand 43.6 43.3 43.2
Nicaragua 42.8 42.8 42.8
Niger 34.6 34.6 34.6
Nigeria 81.5 83.7 83.7
Northern Mariana Islands 6.5 6.5 6.5
Norway 3.3 3.3 3.3
Oman 5.7 5.7 5.7
Pakistan 34.2 34.2 34.4
Palau 10.9 10.9 10.9
Panama 30.3 30.4 30.5
Papua New Guinea 2.6 2.6 2.6
Paraguay 52.6 52.8 52.8
Peru 16.8 16.8 16.8
Philippines 40.1 40.2 40.6
Poland 53 48 48.6
Portugal 40.8 40.2 39.8
Puerto Rico 21.4 21.4 21.4
Qatar 5.7 5.7 5.7
Romania 59.2 61.5 60.7
Russian Federation 13.2 13.1 13.1
Rwanda 77.4 77.8 77.8
Samoa 12.3 12.4 12.4
San Marino 16.7 16.7 16.7
Sao Tome and Principe 51 50.5 50.7
Saudi Arabia 80.7 80.6 80.6
Senegal 49.4 49.4 49.4
Serbia 57.8 57.7 57.9
Seychelles 6.5 6.5 6.5
Sierra Leone 47.8 48 48
Singapore 1 1.1 1
Sint Maarten (Dutch part)
Slovak Republic 40.1 40.4 40.1
Slovenia 23.2 24 22.8
Solomon Islands 3.3 3.3 3.3
Somalia 70.3 70.3 70.3
South Africa 80 79.9 79.4
South Sudan
Spain 56.1 55.2 55.2
Sri Lanka 40 41.8 41.8
St. Kitts and Nevis 21.2 21.9 23.1
St. Lucia 18 18 18
St. Martin (French part)
St. Vincent and the Grenadines 25.6 25.6 25.6
Sudan 57.3 57.3 45.7
Suriname 0.5 0.5 0.5
Swaziland 71 71 71
Sweden 7.5 7.5 7.5
Switzerland 38.1 38.1 38.1
Syrian Arab Republic 75.7 75.7 75.5
Tajikistan 33.9 34.6 34.7
Tanzania 42 42.1 42.1
Thailand 40.9 41.2 41.2
Timor-Leste 25.2 24.5 24.2
Togo 66.6 68 68.4
Tonga 43.1 43.1 43.1
Trinidad and Tobago 10.5 10.5 10.5
Tunisia 63 64.6 64.8
Turkey 50.6 50.7 49.7
Turkmenistan 69.5 69.5 69.5
Turks and Caicos Islands 1.1 1.1 1.1
Tuvalu 60 60 60
Uganda 69.6 70.4 70.4
Ukraine 71.2 71.2 71.3
United Arab Emirates 4.7 4.8 4.8
United Kingdom 71.6 71.2 70.9
United States 45 44.9 45
Uruguay 83.5 82.1 82.2
Uzbekistan 62.6 62.7 62.7
Vanuatu 15.3 15.3 15.3
Venezuela, RB 24.1 24.1 24.1
Vietnam 33.2 34.7 35
Virgin Islands (U.S.) 11.4 11.4 11.4
West Bank and Gaza 49.7 41.3 43.3
Yemen, Rep. 44.4 44.7 44.4
Zambia 31.5 31.9 31.5
Zimbabwe 42.2 42.2 42.2

Courtesy : http://data.worldbank.org

Know : List of Countries with no Armed Forces (Army)

no armyThis is a list of countries without armed forces. The term “country” is used in the sense of independent states; thus, it applies only to sovereign states and not dependencies (e.g., GuamNorthern Mariana IslandsBermuda), whose defense is the responsibility of another country or an army alternative. The term “armed forces” refers to any government-sponsored defense used to further the domestic and foreign policies of their respective government. Some of the countries listed, such as Iceland and Monaco, have no armies, but still have a non-police military force.

Many of the 21 countries listed here typically have had a long-standing agreement with a former occupying country; one example is the agreement between Monaco and France, which has existed for at least 300 years. The Compact of Free Association nations of the Marshall IslandsFederated States of Micronesia (FSM), and Palau have no say in their respective countries’ defense matters, and have little say in international relations. For example, when the FSM negotiated a defensive agreement with the United States, it did so from a weak position because it had grown heavily dependent on American assistance. Andorra has a small army, and can request defensive aid if necessary, while Iceland had a unique agreement with the United States that lasted until 2006, which required them to provide defense to Iceland when needed.

The remaining countries are responsible for their own defense, and operate either without any armed forces, or with limited armed forces. Some of the countries, such as Costa RicaHaiti, and Grenada, underwent a process of demilitarization. Other countries were formed without armed forces, such as Samoa over 50 years ago; the primary reason being that they were, or still are, under protection from another nation at their point of independence. All of the countries on this list are considered to be in a situation of “non-militarization.”

Japan is not included in this list because, while the country may officially have no military according to Article 9 of its Constitution, it does have the Japan Self-Defense Forces, a military force for national territory defense that may only be deployed outside Japan for UN peacekeeping missions

Countries with absolutely no military forces

Country Comments
 Andorra Andorra has no standing army but signed treaties with Spain and France for its protection. Its small volunteer army is purely ceremonial in function. The paramilitary GIPA (trained in counter-terrorism and hostage management) is part of the national police.
 Costa Rica The constitution has forbidden a standing military since 1949. It does have a public security force, whose role includes law enforcement and internal security. For this reason Costa Rica is the headquarters for the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and also the United Nations University for Peace.
 Grenada Has not had a standing army since 1983 because of an American-led invasion. The Royal Grenada Police Force maintains a paramilitary special service unit for internal security purposes. Defense is the responsibility of the Regional Security System.
 Kiribati Under the Constitution the only forces permitted are the police, which includes a Maritime Surveillance Unit for internal security. The Maritime Surveillance is equipped with small arms, and maintains one Pacific class patrol boat, the Teanoai. Defense assistance is provided by Australia and New Zealand under an informal agreement between the three countries.
 Liechtenstein Abolished its army in 1868 because it was deemed too costly. An army is only permitted in times of war, but that situation has never occurred. However, Liechtenstein maintains a police force and a SWAT team, equipped with small arms to carry out internal security duties.
 Marshall Islands Since the country’s foundation the only forces permitted are the police, which includes a Maritime Surveillance Unit for internal security. The Maritime Surveillance Unit is equipped with small arms, and maintains one Pacific class patrol boat, the Lomor. Under the Compact of Free Association, defense is the responsibility of the United States.
 Federated States of Micronesia Since the country’s foundation no military has been formed. The only forces permitted are the police, which maintain a Maritime Surveillance Unit for internal security. The Maritime Surveillance is equipped with small arms, and maintains one Pacific class patrol boat, theIndependence. Defense is the responsibility of the United States under the Compact of Free Association.
 Nauru Australia is responsible for Nauru’s defense under an informal agreement between the two countries. However, there is a relatively large armed police force, and an auxiliary police force for internal security.
 Palau Since the country’s foundation the only forces permitted are the police, which includes a 30-man Maritime Surveillance Unit for internal security. The Maritime Surveillance is equipped with small arms, and maintains one Pacific class patrol boat, the President H.I. Remeliik. Defense assistance is provided by the United States under the Compact of Free Association.
 Saint Lucia The Royal Saint Lucia Police maintain two small paramilitary forces consisting of 116 men and women, the Special Service Unit, and the Coast Guard, both units are responsible for internal security. Defense is the responsibility of Regional Security System.
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines The Royal Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force maintain two small paramilitary forces consisting of 94 men and women, called the Special Service Unit, and the Coast Guard, both units are responsible for internal security purposes. All Coastguard Commanders with the exception of Lieutenant Commander David Robin have been officers from the Royal Navy. Defense is the responsibility of Regional Security System.
 Samoa Since the country’s foundation no military has been formed, however, there is a small police force, and a Maritime Surveillance Unit for internal security. The Maritime Surveillance Unit is equipped with small arms, and maintains one Pacific class patrol boat, the Nafanua. In accordance to a 1962 Treaty of Friendship, New Zealand is responsible for defense.
 Solomon Islands Maintained a paramilitary force until a heavy ethnic conflict, in which Australia, New Zealand and other Pacific countries intervened to restore law and order. Since then no military has been maintained, however, there is a relatively large police force, and a Maritime Surveillance Unit for internal security. The Maritime Surveillance Unit is equipped with small arms, and maintains two Pacific class patrol boats, the Aukiand the Lata. Defense and policing assistance is the responsibility of the RAMSI.
 Tuvalu Since the country’s foundation no military has been formed, however, there is a small police force, and a Maritime Surveillance Unit for internal security. The Maritime Surveillance Unit is equipped with small arms, and maintains one Pacific class patrol boat, the Te Mataili.
  Vatican City Maintains a Gendarmerie Corps for internal policing. The Swiss Guard is a unit belonging to the Holy See, not the Vatican City State. There is no defense treaty with Italy, as it would violate the Vatican’s neutrality, but informally the Italian military protects Vatican City. The Palatine Guard and Noble Guard were abolished in 1970.

Countries with no standing army, but having limited military forces

Country Comments
 Haiti The Haitian military was disbanded in June 1995, but rebels have demanded its re-establishment. The 9,000-strong Haitian National Police maintains some paramilitary units and a Coast Guard; these units are considered to be larger than what is required, considering the much smaller militaries of some neighboring countries. In April 2012, Haitian President Michel Martelly demanded the re-establishment of the Army, which he deems necessary for the stability of Haiti.
 Iceland Has not had a standing army since 1869, but is an active member of NATO. There was a defense agreement with the United States, which maintained an Iceland Defense Force and a military base in the country from 1951 to 2006. However, the US announced it would continue to provide for Iceland’s defense, but without permanently basing forces in the country; Naval Air Station Keflavikclosed in late 2006 after 55 years. Even though Iceland does not have a standing army, it still maintains a military expeditionary peacekeeping force, an air defense system, an extensive militarised coast guard, a police service, and a tactical police force. There are also agreements about military and other security operations with NorwayDenmark, and other NATO countries.
 Mauritius Mauritius has not had a standing army since 1968. All military, police, and security functions are carried out by 10,000 active duty personnel under the command of the Commissioner of Police. The 8,000 member National Police Force is responsible for domestic law enforcement. There is also a 1,500 member Special Mobile Force, and a 500 member National Coast Guard, which are both considered paramilitary units. Both units are equipped with small arms.
 Monaco Renounced its general military investment in the 17th century because the advancement in artillery technology had rendered it defenseless, but still self identifies as having limited military forces. Although defense is the responsibility of France, two small military units are maintained; one primarily protects the Prince, and judiciary, while the other is responsible for civil defense, and fire fighting. Both units are well trained and equipped with small arms. In addition to the military, an armed national police force is maintained for internal security purposes.
 Panama Abolished its army in 1990, which was confirmed by a unanimous parliamentary vote for constitutional change in 1994. ThePanamanian Public Forces, includes the National Police, National Borders Service, National Aeronaval Service, and Institutional Protection Service, which have some warfare capabilities.
 Vanuatu The Vanuatu Police Force maintain a paramilitary force, called the Vanuatu Mobile Force for internal security purposes. The Vanuatu Mobile Force is manned by almost 300 men and women, who are well equipped with small arms.

Courtesy : Wikipedia

 

Know : How many countries can you travel without VISA? Complete list

Are you an Indian? Then you can travel to only 52 countries without a VISA. India stands behind 144 countries among the total of 199 countries.

Whereas 34 countries have the privilege to travel to more than 150 countries without a VISA. Citizens of Finland, Sweden and UK (Great Britain) enjoys the best privilege to travel 173 countries without a VISA, followed by Denmark, Germany, Luxembourg, U.S.A which is not far behind as they are allowed in 172 countries as per the annual Henley & Partners Visa Restrictions Index which ranks countries according to the nations their citizens can access just using their passport.

Nine of the top 10 countries are EU members with only the USA breaking the European dominance by being placed joint second with Denmark, Germany and Luxembourg.

The index, which says that there are 219 countries in the world, indicates that EU membership is a vital factor for visa free movement. Sweden has been a member of the European Union since 1995.

Passport holders from Afghanistan will encounter the most problems travelling abroad as they were ranked last in the list. Afghan citizens can only visit 28 countries without a visa placing them in 93rd place followed by Iraq (31 countries) and Pakistan and Somalia on 32 countries.

Russia was ranked 41st with 95 countries and a travel expert revealed there are loopholes in visiting the country. Many Swedes travel to Russia on cruise ships which depart from Stockholm without requiring a visa.

“Russian visas remain complex, but if you take a cruise to St Petersburg you can dodge the red tape. The same applies to the 72-hour stopover scheme just introduced by several major gateways to China,” said tour operator Neil Taylor to the Independent newspaper in Britain.

There are 71 countries in the world whose citizens with their passports are allowed to travel to 100 or more other countries without a VISA. To our surprise Russia ranks 41 in the list with the score of 95.  After 64th ranked country (Saudi Arabia) the no. of countries that can be travelled without VISA is getting fewer than the countries rank. In that way 82 countries are allowed to travel less than the ranks.

(Without VISA means you can get a VISA on arrival or as per the country’s norm, but can travel to reach the country without any VISA)

VISA

Courtesy,  Copyrights and Data Source : Henleyglobal

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Know : Total Number of Websites : Country wise

Rank

Country

Total Domains 

Gain

Loss

Net

1 United States 80,818,367 777,532 678,646 98,886
2 China 7,139,690 139,884 96,867 43,017
3 Germany 6,560,502 43,441 45,336 -1,895
4 United Kingdom 4,805,145 31,460 30,770 690
5 Canada 3,723,070 76,395 100,010 -23,615
6 France 3,436,741 17,744 20,146 -2,402
7 Japan 3,012,362 29,853 24,822 5,031
8 Australia 2,023,544 26,930 27,656 -726
9 Spain 1,631,467 7,569 10,912 -3,343
10 Cayman Islands 1,491,658 20,666 46,630 -25,964
11 Netherlands,The 1,434,285 13,079 10,935 2,144
12 Italy 1,301,737 7,213 6,696 517
13 Turkey 1,301,041 17,951 15,212 2,739
14 Korea 979,672 10,359 9,951 408
15 HongKong S.A.R. 794,704 1,942 2,713 -771
16 India 691,262 6,961 8,606 -1,645
17 Brazil 525,981 6,118 5,088 1,030
18 Denmark 525,051 3,793 2,237 1,556
19 Russia 509,197 6,504 5,649 855
20 Sweden 389,252 3,036 2,072 964
21 Peru 347,982 6,149 8,670 -2,521
22 Poland 333,782 3,277 3,039 238
23 Switzerland 283,513 1,466 1,104 362
24 Indonesia 266,707 4,118 3,540 578
25 Norway 245,406 1,183 884 299
26 Mexico 232,829 1,704 1,645 59
27 Belgium 222,275 870 802 68
28 Austria 222,260 691 702 -11
29 Vietnam 215,188 3,396 2,783 613
30 Ireland 214,461 815 922 -107
31 Bulgaria 200,499 1,874 1,630 244
32 Czech Republic 191,943 1,509 1,054 455
33 Thailand 179,066 1,998 2,083 -85
34 Argentina 163,344 1,803 1,609 194
35 Ukraine 151,302 1,876 1,524 352
36 Finland 144,490 491 813 -322
37 Iran 122,079 1,738 1,728 10
38 Singapore 121,863 1,100 1,336 -236
39 Malaysia 121,558 1,234 1,549 -315
40 South Africa 117,053 1,061 680 381
41 Virgin Islands (British) 106,180 13 2,313 -2,300
42 New Zealand 92,178 522 735 -213
43 Afghanistan 91,199 1,621 1,277 344
44 Portugal 83,812 706 852 -146
45 Europe 77,977 851 516 335
46 Luxembourg 77,197 2,015 1,313 702
47 Israel 71,079 589 601 -12
48 Taiwan 67,641 449 413 36
49 Hungary 62,770 788 450 338
50 Greece 61,298 775 684 91
51 Lithuania 59,207 1,059 709 350
52 Romania 55,078 514 564 -50
53 Colombia 50,107 454 574 -120
54 Pakistan 43,652 700 663 37
55 Croatia(Hrvatska) 42,726 280 314 -34
56 Venezuela 37,262 309 490 -181
57 Monaco 35,124 180 235 -55
58 Cocos (Keeling) Islands 33,359 6,303 2,726 3,577
59 Slovenia 31,634 217 211 6
60 Saudi Arabia 30,370 304 409 -105
61 Egypt 28,913 334 406 -72
62 Cyprus 26,175 402 324 78
63 Nigeria 25,195 568 928 -360
64 Philippines 24,129 208 358 -150
65 Slovakia 23,385 199 386 -187
66 Bangladesh 23,273 355 363 -8
67 Chile 20,326 132 195 -63
68 Morocco 19,784 257 251 6
69 Vatican City State (Holy See) 19,441 58 107 -49
70 Samoa 17,195 207 230 -23
71 Panama 15,194 170 227 -57
72 United Arab Emirates 15,180 204 155 49
73 Yugoslavia 14,275 152 145 7
74 Estonia 14,083 147 105 42
75 Ecuador 12,783 141 80 61
76 CostaRica 12,753 136 93 43
77 Netherlands Antilles 12,714 22 6 16
78 Lebanon 12,224 62 81 -19
79 Belarus 11,323 134 122 12
80 Kenya 10,479 215 160 55
81 Serbia 8,949 128 62 66
82 Sri Lanka 8,872 95 143 -48
83 Ghana 8,647 181 160 21
84 Barbados 8,563 74 95 -21
85 Latvia 8,111 71 70 1
86 Uruguay 7,648 46 63 -17
87 Isle of Man 7,429 38 51 -13
88 Belize 7,380 432 261 171
89 Kuwait 7,124 54 91 -37
90 ElSalvador 6,986 55 35 20
91 Iceland 6,354 39 51 -12
92 Tunisia 5,686 26 48 -22
93 Guatemala 5,287 33 31 2
94 Bosniaand Herzegovina 4,775 35 42 -7
95 Kazakhstan 4,617 109 53 56
96 Algeria 4,568 61 76 -15
97 Georgia 4,533 41 26 15
98 Tuvalu 4,526 11 20 -9
99 Syria 4,332 45 76 -31
100 Nepal 4,300 34 56 -22
101 Saint Vincent And The Grenadines 4,284 5 59 -54
102 Bolivia 4,256 76 26 50
103 Niue 4,082 40 43 -3
104 Jordan 3,942 39 30 9
105 Jersey 3,869 5 34 -29
106 Malta 3,741 17 29 -12
107 Cambodia 3,598 47 38 9
108 Paraguay 3,376 63 53 10
109 Dominican Republic 3,279 28 23 5
110 Moldova 2,923 24 24 0
111 Namibia 2,903 21 4 17
112 Azerbaijan 2,726 43 60 -17
113 Puerto Rico 2,613 14 25 -11
114 Uganda 2,449 33 38 -5
115 Yemen 2,358 23 27 -4
116 Bahamas,The 2,340 28 36 -8
117 Oman 2,227 12 32 -20
118 Norfolk Island 2,218 58 44 14
119 Zimbabwe 2,188 11 12 -1
120 Andorra 2,084 7 12 -5
121 Saint Kitts And Nevis 1,960 1 5 -4
122 Libya 1,829 26 29 -3
123 Benin 1,783 49 37 12
124 Armenia 1,754 19 37 -18
125 Tanzania 1,720 16 24 -8
126 Guam 1,697 13 8 5
127 Albania 1,687 11 26 -15
128 Mauritius 1,634 8 11 -3
129 Antigua And Barbuda 1,600 4 13 -9
130 Bermuda 1,451 1 11 -10
131 Trinidad And Tobago 1,438 6 6 0
132 Gibraltar 1,346 1 6 -5
133 Jamaica 1,333 6 16 -10
134 American Samoa 1,272 3 30 -27
135 Niger 1,268 10 14 -4
136 Bahrain 1,267 6 10 -4
137 Liechtenstein 1,213 2 5 -3
138 Tonga 1,212 9 22 -13
139 Cameroon 1,146 19 12 7
140 Iraq 1,030 14 20 -6
141 British Indian Ocean Territory 982 1 1 0
142 Palestinian Territories 972 11 20 -9
143 Macedonia,Former Yugoslav Republic of 967 11 14 -3
144 Qatar 923 4 8 -4
145 Christmas Island 908 7 9 -2
145 Macau S.A.R. 908 2 8 -6
147 Sao Tome and Principe 831 13 4 9
148 Malawi 825 3 4 -1
149 Kyrgyzstan 711 13 7 6
150 Ethiopia 693 4 3 1
151 Uzbekistan 650 14 7 7
152 Suriname 639 7 9 -2
153 Montserrat 632 1 4 -3
154 Mongolia 612 2 6 -4
155 Honduras 603 3 1 2
155 Montenegro 603 0 1 -1
157 New Caledonia 598 4 3 1
158 Laos 553 0 1 -1
159 Guadeloupe 540 0 3 -3
160 Sudan 536 6 12 -6
161 Seychelles 525 0 2 -2
162 Nicaragua 495 2 4 -2
163 Senegal 485 2 2 0
164 Angola 478 7 3 4
165 Zambia 465 3 0 3
166 Turks And Caicos Islands 463 1 1 0
167 Chad 451 0 1 -1
168 Gabon 441 2 1 1
169 San Marino 431 0 0 0
170 Turkmenistan 408 9 6 3
171 Virgin Islands (US) 310 1 2 -1
172 United States Minor Outlying Islands 306 0 0 0
173 Dominica 294 3 3 0
174 CoteD Ivoire(IvoryCoast) 289 0 5 -5
175 Mali 282 2 1 1
176 Tokelau 277 2 2 0
177 Ascension Island 276 0 2 -2
178 Cuba 271 0 2 -2
179 Bhutan 265 2 2 0
180 Madagascar 264 0 1 -1
181 Aruba 261 0 0 0
182 Antarctica 254 0 0 0
183 Northern Mariana Islands 233 0 0 0
184 Anguilla 231 1 0 1
185 Micronesia 225 0 3 -3
186 Grenada 217 2 2 0
187 Vanuatu 206 0 3 -3
188 Haiti 198 4 5 -1
189 Rwanda 192 2 1 1
190 Guernsey 190 1 0 1
191 Maldives 183 5 2 3
192 Mozambique 164 1 0 1
193 Myanmar 155 0 2 -2
193 Swaziland 155 0 1 -1
195 CapeVerde 154 0 2 -2
196 Liberia 146 0 0 0
197 Marshall Islands 135 0 0 0
198 Botswana 130 2 1 1
199 Fiji Islands 111 1 6 -5
200 Congo, Democractic Republicofthe 110 0 1 -1
201 Korea, North 109 1 1 0
202 Saint Helena 108 1 1 0
203 Brunei 107 0 0 0
204 Western Sahara 103 0 2 -2
205 CookIslands 101 0 0 0
206 Saint Lucia 100 1 0 1
207 Sierra Leone 99 0 2 -2
208 Tajikistan 94 1 5 -4
209 French Polynesia 91 0 0 0
209 Reunion 91 0 1 -1
211 Guyana 85 2 0 2
212 Pitcairn Island 80 0 2 -2
213 Faroe Islands 74 0 0 0
214 Togo 58 0 1 -1
215 South Georgia And The South Sandwich Islands 54 0 2 -2
216 Palau 52 1 1 0
217 Burundi 42 1 0 1
217 Papua New Guinea 42 0 1 -1
219 Martinique 37 0 0 0
220 Guinea-Bissau 35 1 0 1
221 Heardand McDonald Islands 34 0 0 0
222 Saint Pierre And Miquelon 33 0 0 0
223 Guinea 29 0 0 0
224 East Timor 26 0 0 0
225 Solomon Islands 25 0 0 0
226 Gambia,The 23 0 2 -2
227 Eritrea 22 0 0 0
228 Equatorial Guinea 20 1 0 1
228 Falkland Islands(IslasMalvinas) 20 1 0 1
230 Burkina Faso 13 0 0 0
231 Lesotho 10 0 0 0
231 Wallis And Futuna Islands 10 0 0 0
233 Greenland 9 0 0 0
233 Mauritania 9 0 0 0
235 Nauru 5 0 0 0
236 Congo 4 0 0 0
236 Kiribati 4 0 0 0
236 Somalia 4 0 1 -1
239 Djibouti 3 0 0 0
239 Mayotte 3 0 0 0
241 BouvetIsland 2 0 0 0
242 Central African Republic 1 0 0 0
242 Comoros 1 0 0 0

Note: Country-wise Total Domains Data as of 11/04/13 based on source country purchased the domain

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