Half of Delhi homes have more than five people living together

by Paul Joseph on March 24, 2013 · 0 comments

Economic Survey Northeast Delhi ranked highest in population category with 37,346 persons/ sqkm. Delhi seems to be inching closer towards a total urban demographic and with it new challenges in infrastructure, education and health. The 2012-2013 economic survey of Delhi shows an increase of just under 2,000 persons per square kilometre. According to the economic survey, the population density in Delhi has increased from 9,340 persons per sq km in 2001 to 11,297 persons per sq km in 2011. The survey reads, “Density of population in Delhi was highest among all union states and territories in 2011 and the Northeast district ranked first with 37,346 persons per sqkm.” This make

[via India Properties – Real Estate India – Indian Property News Site]

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