In this Wednesday, March 16, 2011 photo, a young boy, displaced after his neighborhood was razed down, irons his clothes in a small room which is shared by 6 other family members, in a shanty town in New Delhi. Slums are demolished nearly every week in India because the land has become too valuable, or the slum has become an eyesore, or when a politician wants to push out opposition voters. Meanwhile residents are left struggling against vulturous landlords, corrupt bureaucrats and an inept, overburdened legal system that gives them little recourse to justice when the bulldozers come. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)