One can LOVE DELHI, one can HATE DELHI, but can never IGNORE it. This city- Delhi has good, bad, ugly and also the awesome! Delhi is well known for it politics, crimes, festivals, shopping and many others. But that’s not all that meets your eyes and in news.
We Get You Reasons Why Delhi Is Getting Better A Place To Live In
Hub Of Intellectuals
Delhi NCR is unlike the other stereotypical national capital and inspiring too. While, the city has the largest community of journalists, literacy experts, top bureaucrats, and diplomats.
Odd-Even Car Rationing Plan
Delhi is known as the “gas chamber” as its one of the world’s most polluted cities. But, the Odd-Even Car Rationing Plan has definitely let to improve a bit.
Education In Delhi
The Academic Institutions in Delhi and the Delhi University is well known for its popular alumni in politics and arts field.
These are primary healthcare centers in the New Delhi state. They have the basic package of some essential healthcare services that also includes medicines, free consultation, and diagnostics. About 8 lakh patients have been treated by 110 mohalla clinics which are definitely a huge achievement and a game changer in the health sector.
Horizontal Growth Of The City
Unlike Mumbai, Delhi isn’t likely to reach a zone of space saturation. Thanking to embracing the idea of the national capital region well in time and accommodating migrants in satellite towns of Gurgaon, Faridabad, and Noida.
Sankalp Parv (Day Of Resolve)
This year Independence Day was declared Sankalp Parv, i.e. Day of Resolve by the central government. This has a list of Delhiites resolutions to bring out a better change in the society. This move urged residents not just to celebrate the Independence Day with patriotic songs & kite-flying, but dedicate themselves to some social causes & share their ideas for a betterment of India.
Delhi being the capital of India enjoys few privileges like wider and better road networks. Also Govt. of Delhi has slashed power bills by half.
Delhi Welcome Ban On Fire-Crackers
During this Diwali, it was announced Firecrackers Ban in Delhi by Supreme Court. This meant no sale of firecrackers in the city of Delhi-NCR till 1st November. This helped in gauging the effect of crackers on the Delhi-NCR alarming level of air pollution.
Few Of Vodafone Most Super Initiatives
- Vodafone has always helped in the start-up for a great revolution. They have helps them with Vodafone products during the initial days of business. A few business startups like Oyo and Zomato are supported by Vodafone with free products of Rs.2,00,000.
- The very popular telecommunications company, Vodafone is connecting Delhi and NCR digitally with the help of Free Wi-Fi Zones. They have already installed 120+ hotspots in Delhi & NCR at the places like DLF Mall of India, Delhi Haat, Fortis Hospital, Airport, Khan Market, etc.
- Vodafone is a very popular network in Delhi and NCR and is used by 1.2 crore customers. This counting is almost 50 percent of Delhi population. Also, Vodafone receives one customer appreciation every thirty seconds.
- As a positive effort for Delhi & NCR, Vodafone has also enabled many key steps. They created the 1st Air-Purifying bus shelter in Delhi. This helped the residents to breathe non-polluted air while they waited for a bus. In the year 2016, air pollution in Delhi was at the peak and this was the time when this great initiative was undertaken by Vodafone. Hence, this 1st Wi-Fi bus shelter is being built in Gurgaon that will take digitizing of Delhi & NCR to another level. This Free Wi-Fi service is allowed to be used for about 20 minutes, even for the non-Vodafone customers.
- Also, this year on the auspicious occasion of Diwali Vodafone Delhi urged people to celebrate this as a Green Diwali. Super Crackers were made available at the 52 Vodafone stores dating from 16th October 2017 to 19th October 2017. Such Super crackers contain plant seeds that are eco-friendly. One had to plant it & wait to bloom. In fact, Vodafone also played an essential role with Supreme Court to ban firecrackers in the Delhi city.