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During which decade did the population of India record a negative growth rate?


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1911-21


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In fact, the census year 1911- 1921 registered a negative growth rate of-0.31 per cent which happened only once throughout the demographic history of India. It is because of this decline in place of rise in population that the year 1921 is called the 'demographic divide' in the demographic history of India.
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