Delhi is a union territory that is also the national capital of the country. It is the centre and heart of India. The segregation of the area is old and new. Delhi is one of the most populated places of India, with the best brands and development in terms of infrastructure, connectivity, transportation. The amalgamation of metropolitanism with the rural sector is the speciality in the country. The city is mini India with all communities and professionals from the country.
After the act of State Reorganisation in 1956, Delhi emerged as a Union Territory from the statehood. The powers of the administration and leadership have been a topic of discussion since then. In 1991, Partial powers were provided as the states to the National Capital Territory of Delhi. Earlier Calcutta, was the capital of which was shifted to the present area in 1911.
Retailing and Leisure Industry
As the cities of Singapore and Hong Kong, Delhi is emerging as the next retail destination. Over 40% of the family's income is spent on food, clothes and entertainment, which provides a huge chance for retailing and leisure trade.
Delhi is additionally thought to be the biggest marketplace for high-end durables like colour televisions, scooters and refrigerators and additionally India's largest automobile market.
Finance and other services
Delhi’s position as the national capital and as a significant industrial base city has supported the performances of banking sector banking, wholesale-trade, and distribution centre. The city is the headquarters of the Reserve bank of India(RBI), the currency monitoring and the bank of Last resort. All decisions regarding the money related matters of the country are taken from the city head banks under the leadership and rules of RBI.