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Delhi

Demographics :
Delhi is the second-largest metropolis in India after Mumbai with a population of 13 million. Delhi is one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in the world having been the capital of several empires in ancient India. Many ethnic groups and cultures are represented in Delhi, making it a cosmopolitan city. A seat of political power and a centre of commerce, the city attracts workers both blue collar and white collar from all parts of India, further enhancing its diverse character. Delhi is also a diplomatic hub, represented by embassies of 160 countries.The population of Delhi increased greatly as a result of migration the resulting high migration rate, made Delhi is one of the fastest growing cities in the world. By 2015, Delhi is expected to be the third largest agglomeration in the world after Tokyo and Mumbai.

Economy :
With an estimated net State Domestic Product (SDP) of Rs. 83,085 crores, Delhi is an important commercial center in South Asia. Delhi has a per capita income of 53,976 INR which is around 2.5 times of the national average. The tertiary sector contributes 70.95% of Delhi's gross SDP followed by secondary and primary sectors with 25.2% and 3.85% contribution respectively.

Delhi's service sector has expanded due to its large skilled English-speaking workforce that has attracted many multinational companies. Key service industries of Delhi include information technology, telecommunications, hotels, banking, media and tourism. Delhi's manufacturing industry has also grown considerably as many consumer goods industries have established manufacturing units and headquarters in and around Delhi.

Delhi's large consumer market, coupled with the easy availability of skilled labour, has attracted enormous foreign investment in Delhi. Construction, power, telecommunications, health and community services, and real estate also form integral parts of Delhi's economy