Birth registration figures recently released show that at least one in seven girls in this town/city is eliminated at the foetal stage. The statistics using a model that took into account biological principles, said the 80:100 sex ratio of the 3 lakh births recorded during the first six months of last year indicates at least 30,000 ‘missing’ girls.
The birth records January and June 2004 only 819 girls were born for every 1,000 boys.
In some of its localities, its 762 girls to 1,000 boys, 784 girls to 1,000 boys, 792 girls to 1,000 boys.
According to Census of India 2001, child sex ratio here was 865 girls to 1,000 boys -- well below the all-India average of 927
The statistics for the last three years is worse than the ones for the last 15 years
And this city/town in India is Delhi
Preppy,Rage,Idiot,Mausmi,Busybee,Spark,Mahesh got it right.
The city’s most elite area, south Delhi, is the worst . In south Delhi, the figure is -- 762 girls to 1,000 boys. In Rohini, northwest Delhi, the ratio stands at 784 to 1,000, while in Najafgarh, in the southwest corner of the city near the Haryana border, it is 792 girls to 1,000 boys.
from http://infochangeindia.org/WomenItop.jsp?section_idv=1 and