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This article is about the demographic features of the population of Sri Lanka, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population. During times of Portuguese colonization, Moors were persecuted, and many forced to retreat to the central highlands and the eastern coast.
Sri Lanka is an island in the Indian Ocean also called Ceylon and many other names. It is about 28 kilometres (18 mi.) off the south-eastern coast of India with a population of about 20 million. The British brought them to Sri Lanka in the 19th century as tea and rubber plantation workers, and they remain concentrated in the "tea country" of south-central Sri Lanka.
Malays speak Sri Lanka Malay, a Creole language mixing Sinhala, Tamil and Malay.
Many of the Burghers speak Sri Lankan Indo-Portuguese although its use has declined and the majority now speak Sinhala.
Density is highest in the south west where Colombo, the country's main port and industrial center, is located. Sri Lanka is ethnically, linguistically, and religiously diverse. The Indian Tamils of Sri Lanka were considered to be "stateless" and over 300 000 Indian Tamils were deported back to India, due to the agreement between Sri Lanka and India in 1964.
Of those aged 15 or over, 7,857,370 (51.6%) were economically active, 4,199,558 (27.6%) did housework, 1,431,105 (9.4%) were students, 914,934 (6.0%) were unable to work and 346,084 (2.3%) were pensioners. Under the pact, India granted citizenship to the remainder, some 200,000 of whom now live in India.
The Veddahs speak Vedda, a Creole language closely based on Sinhala.
Use of English has declined since independence, but it continues to be spoken by many in the middle and upper middle classes, particularly in Colombo.
Forty-four per cent of women said that harassment on public transport affected their personal lives.
According to the constitution Sinhala and Tamil are official languages whilst English is the link language.
UNITED NATIONS, New York/COLOMBO, Sri Lanka – Ninety per cent of women in Sri Lanka have endured sexual harassment while taking public transport, a new study commissioned by UNFPA has found.
According to the 2012 census 24% of the population could speak English.
The government is seeking to reverse the decline in the use of English, mainly for economic but also for political reasons.