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Throughout the world, people are resorting to TV for relief from the tedium of bad sex. Well, in India, it turns out, people are compelled to get it on because there's nothing on, according to the country's population czar.
The best cure for India's population problems is better late night TV, the country's health minister told reporters this week.
"Electricity in our villages can help control population growth. Electricity will lead to television in houses, which will lead to population control. When there is no light, people get engaged in the process of population growth," Health and Family Welfare Minister Ghulam Nabi Azadsaid while addressing a function on World Population Day July 10, according to the Hindustan Times.
Clearly, he's never heard of multitasking.