Please find here the link to the original website. by Isabelle-Jasmin Roth September 30, 2011 Background: Delhi, the informal city According to the 2011 census, Delhi grew on average by 21% between 2001 and 2011. Currently, about 45% of Delhi’s population lives in unauthorized or illegal colonies. This number is about to grow, as the … Read more
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According to the 2011 census, Delhi grew on average by 21 per cent between 2001 and 2011. Currently, about 45 per cent of Delhi’s population lives in unauthorised or illegal colonies. This number is about to grow, as the informal sector is a major source of employment in the economic fabric of the city. Therefore, the … Read more
Click here to read the published article on http://www.sunday-guardian.com, April 2011 The Delhi Ice Cream Wallahs, an initiative started last month by Bridge to India, a German company that specifically works on harnessing the potential of the Indian market, aims to come up with innovative ways to improve the ice cream wallah’s income model and revolutionise … Read more