The Rank-Size Rule by George Zipf (1949)

The concept of Rank-Size Rule or Rank-Size Distribution The Rank-Size Rule was revealed in both developed and underdeveloped countries when the cumulative frequency of cities with a population of greater than twenty thousand people was ranked against the size of a…
Facts about Delhi Metro, India

Why Delhi Metro is one of the top metros in the World! Delhi is the National capital of India, one of the most populous city in the country. Delhi has a population of about 20 million of its own and…
World’s most Innovative Economies 2017

Bloomberg “Innovation Index” for 2017 Bloomberg ranks world economies on basis of the “Innovation” factor which is based on number of key parameters. Despite of having scores of countries only few 100 have the data required which allows them to enter…
Eco-cities in India

The term ‘Ecocity’ has been widely and varyingly defined by various proponents, to connote the same fundamental principle – an urban centre that is moving towards controlled, and sustainable patterns of consumption and growth. ‘Ecocities’ as diverse as Midrand, South Africa, Whyalla in Southern…