Top 10 District having lowest Population Growth Rate 2011

Although India is facing rapid population growth with its 1.21 Billion population, there are some districts which has in fact recorded lowest population growth rate, probably due to heavy migration or lower birth rate in the last 10 years. Such districts have recorded negative population growth rate i.e. decrease in overall population compared to population of 2001 census.

Below is a list of bottom 10 districts by Population Growth Rate in India for 2001-2011 decade.
2011 Census 2001 Census Actual Increase
Rank District State Population Increase Population Increase Actual Increase
1 Longleng Nagaland 50,484 -21.57 64,371 79.58 -13887
2 New Delhi Delhi 142,004 -20.72 179,112 6.19 -37108
3 Nicobars Andaman And Nicobar Islands 36,842 -12.42 42,068 7.29 -5226
4 Central Delhi Delhi 582,320 -9.91 646,385 -1.55 -64065
5 Mumbai City Maharashtra 3,085,411 -7.57 3,338,031 5.14 -252620
6 Saiha Mizoram 56,574 -7.34 61,056 34.80 -4482
7 Shrawasti Uttar Pradesh 1,117,361 -5.02 1,176,391 27.21 -59030
8 Lahul and Spiti Himachal Pradesh 31,564 -5.00 33,224 6.17 -1660
9 Ratnagiri Maharashtra 1,615,069 -4.82 1,696,777 9.89 -81708
10 The Nilgiris Tamil Nadu 735,394 -3.51 762,141 7.31 -26747