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Are you looking for Indian Capital ? Kolkata was the capital of India until December 1911 and it formerly known as Calcutta. Later New Delhi would be selected as the capital of India. It was established in 1911 and inaugurated on 1931. New Delhi contains the three major branches of the Government of India, there are Rashtrapati Bhavan, Parliament House, and the Supreme Court of India. The government structure of the New Delhi includes a chairperson and three Legislative Assembly members, two members are nominated by the Chief Minister of Delhi and five members are nominated by the central government. Both Delhi and New Delhi are referred to the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT), but these two are the different places. New Delhi was formed as a small part of the city of Delhi. Once New Delhi was selected as a capital of India, a new secretariat building was constructed in Delhi for temporary and after few month they constructed in New Delhi in 1912.The Chief Commissioner was appointed by the Government was administered the New Delhi after India got independence in 1947. New Delhi is administered jointly by both the Central Government of India and the local Government of Delhi. The total area of Delhi is 42.7 km2 (16.5 sq mi),

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New Delhi is a small part of the Delhi. New Delhi is situated on several fault lines and thus experiences frequent earthquakes. When compared to the other capital cities, Delhi is highly populated city in the world. In New Delhi, the population of the city is 257,803 and the population of the district is 142,004. Hindi is the most common spoken language in New Delhi and English is basically used as the formal language for business and government institutes. The climate of New Delhi is a hot semi with high variation between summer and winter in terms of both temperature and rainfall. In North India, In North India, New Delhi becomes the largest commercial city and it becomes the second wealthiest city in India. Once upon a time Delhi was surrounded by 14 gates but now we have only 5 gates, Ajmeri Gate, Delhi Gate and Turkman Gate are in the south side of the Delhi and Nigambodh Gate and Kashmiri Gate are in the north side of Delhi. Delhi’s has the Largest Wholesale Spice and vegetable Market in Asia. This city is an world’s fastest changing cities. Indian National events such as Republic Day, Independence Day and Gandhi Jayanti are celebrated with great enthusiasm in New Delhi. Every year, on Independence Day (15 August) the Prime Minister of India hoisted the nation Flag from the Red Fort. On the Republic Day Parade shows the India cultural diversity. New Delhi contains 145 foreign embassies and high commissions.

All transport services in Delhi are entirely run on Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) to control the pollution. The Delhi Metro System was selected as the 2nd Best metro in the World. New Delhi is the world’s worst polluted city among 1600 cities. This was identified by the The World Health Organization in 2014 by tracking all round the world. The air pollution gets worse during the winter. so the driving restriction scheme was implemented. Due to air pollution, the government has said some restrictions on the traffic from Monday to Saturday is between 8am to 8 pm and there was no restriction on Sundays. So Public transportation service was increased during this period. All transport services in Delhi are entirely run on Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) to control the pollution. The Indira Gandhi International Airport was selected as the 4th Best airport in the World. Delhi Airport also got two awards for The Best Airport and Airport Staff in Central Asia/ India at Skytrax World Airport Awards in 2015.In Delhi, they will hosted the  Common wealth Games which is the most expensive programs. New Delhi is contains several historic sites and museums.

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The national monument of India “India Gate” was built in 1931.It is a war memorial and it is dedicated to the 82,000 soldiers, who died in the First World War and in the Third Anglo-Afghan War, which has both Indian and British soldiers. New Delhi contains 145 foreign embassies and high commissions. Delhi is famous for several gardens and botanical houses, they are Garden of 5 Sense, Lodhi Garden, Deer Park, Nehru Park, Buddha Jayanti Park, Central Park, Rajiv Chowk, Jahanpanah City Forest, Talkatora Garden, Mughal Garden, Japanese Garden etc. These were created by rulers, who wished to spend some leisure time in natural beauty area. Here the capital was meant to be much more than a place to do the work of the imperial government. The State income is also known as State Domestic Product (SDP) which is the total value of goods and services produced during any financial year. The major share of income of is from the service sector, which is for fast-developing states in the Indian Union. Delhi also has the higher share in the service sector. The Primary Sector of Delhi economy depends on the harvests products from the earth which includes agriculture, mining, forestry, farming, grazing, hunting and gathering, fishing and mining and quarrying. The Secondary Sector of the Delhi economy includes manufacturing, construction and electricity, gas, water supply and other utility services.

This sector usually uses the primary sector and manufacture the goods and export or sale to the consumers. Information technology, telecommunications, hotels, banking, media and tourism are the Other service industries which also plays a important role in the city’s economy. Because of these kind of economic growth makes the Delhi has become the largest commercial center in northern India. According to the Euromonitor International, Delhi has been ranked as 28th-most visited city in the world. There are numerous tourist attractive places in Delhi. It mostly attracts the foreign visitors. Delhi has several famous places of worship of various religions. One of the largest Hindu temple in the world. Akshardham is a major tourist attractive place in the city.