No such concept as the residence registration for Indians. Any Indian can live whereever they like to around the country as long as the place they choose no one resides. No procedure or payment is required. I've seen a lot of people lived on the Parliament Square (the splendour and high political position of it is like that of China's famous Tiananmen Square) and no administrative staff or police would intervene. There are many clearings in the urban area of New Deli. If someone wants to live there, he/she can have a house build on one of them and live in. The local law rules that if anyone who builds a house on a clearing and has been living there for 30 years or more, he/she can permanently possess the land. Government does not have the power to demolish it. As a result, India does not have any expressways.
(I've read this just now -the original is in Chinese. Please help verify it if you are an Indian or an expert of Indian questions)