Delhi, the national capital, a union territory and the political epicenter of the country is among the most developed and populated cities in the world. With a population of over 25 million the city is sub-divided into nine districts including New Delhi, North Delhi, North West Delhi, West Delhi, South West Delhi, South Delhi, South East Delhi, Central Delhi, North East Delhi, Shahdara and East Delhi.


Encompassing some of the largest commercial and residential districts, two largest international level airports – Indira Gandhi International Airport and the Safdarjung Airport, and a well-networked metro rail, Delhi is a high activity economic zone to domestic as well as multi-national corporations, global institutions. Being surrounded by three leading states in the north – Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Haryana – Delhi has a number of neighbouring cities and satellite towns. Continuous development and activities around these make Delhi a prime commercial market in the country.