Know : World Population List and Facts

  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... Continue Reading →

Ranks : Environmental Performance of 132 Countries

The Environmental Performance Index (EPI) is a method of quantifying and numerically benchmarking the environmental performance of a state's policies.  As of January 2012 four EPI reports have been released - the Pilot 2006 Environmental Performance Index, and the 2008, 2010, and 2012 Environmental Performance Index. For the 2012 report, a new "Pilot Trend EPI" was developed to rank countries based... Continue Reading →

Know : Independence Days of Countries & From whom they got it

  Courtesy and Source : Wikipedia Country Date Year Independence Event  Abkhazia July 4 1993 De facto independence from Georgia in 1993. Officially declared as such in 1999. (Only partially recognized.) End of the 1992-1993 War in Abkhazia; also known as "liberation day".  Afghanistan August 19 1919 Independence from the United Kingdom control over Afghan foreign affairs in 1919. Afghan Independence Day  Albania... Continue Reading →

Know : List of Currencies used by all countries

Country or territory Currency Sign ISO code Fractional unit Number to basic  Abkhazia Abkhazian apsar[A] None None None None Russian ruble р. RUB Kopek 100  Afghanistan Afghan afghani ؋ AFN Pul 100  Akrotiri and Dhekelia Euro € EUR Cent 100  Albania Albanian lek L ALL Qindarkë 100  Alderney Alderney pound[A] £ None Penny 100 British pound[C] £... Continue Reading →

Know : System of Government : 198 Countries

Legend Orange – Parliamentary republics Green – Presidential republics, executive presidency linked to a parliament Yellow – Semi-presidential republics Blue – Full presidential republics Red – Parliamentary constitutional monarchies in which the monarch does not personally exercise power Magenta – Constitutional monarchies in which the monarch personally exercises power, often (but not always) alongside a weak parliament Purple – Absolute monarchies Brown – Countries where the dominant role of a single political party or coalition is codified in the constitution... Continue Reading →

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