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India-Iran Relations under Globalisation

selectively, then why is it that in each case the workers have suffered while owners have benefited? If the MPD 1962 is indeed, according to the judges in their order of April 30, 1996, a "charter for deciding land use pattern", then they ought to have considered the premises on which various projections were made in the MPD. Its estimate of population in 1981 was 55 lakhs which became 62 lakhs in actuality. The size of the workforce was estimated to be 4,40,300 in 1981 compared to 4,60,000 in actual fact. By now even these figures have become irrelevant. By 1996, Delhi's population crossed one crore, number of workers climbed to 9.1 lakhs.

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