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(Defence Colony, Khan Market, South Ext., Dhaula Kuan), North Delhi (Civil Lines, Malkaganj) Residential Hubs: Dwarka, West Delhi (Pitampura, Rohini, Punjabi Bagh, JanakPuri, Rajouri Garden, Patel Nagar) Unsafe areas for residence: Areas near Old Delhi, Shahadra, Seelampur Budget areas: East Delhi ( Laxmi Nagar, Mayur Vihar, Indraprastha Ext., Preet Vihar)
Lifestyle Bounded by four states Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh, Delhi has a strong influence on the lifestyle of people A cosmopolitan city where people are open to embracing new ideas and life style. "Unity in Diversity" can be seen in social and cultural gatherings where people from all communities can be seen on one platform sharing one common view. Be it Holi, Diwali, Id, Guru Purab or Buddha Purnima; you will find the same vigor and bliss among people from different communities. A historic city with long cherished historical values which can be seen in the remains of the past Mughal Rule in India. Shopping and mall culture in Delhi has changed the way people used to shop earlier. World class restaurants and popular chains like Pizza Hut, Mc Donalds and Nirulas "Take away" eateries in Delhi equally good in quality. Attitude towards people from other cultures, what to do and what not to do (taboos associated) while interacting with local population The People of Delhi are a mixed bag of Indians, Pakistanis and Immigrants and hence it greatly influences the kind of lifestyle and culture that they follow. Given the fact that this city was once ruled by many dynasties, it is but obvious that the descendants of people who have survived the Turkic, Afghans, Mamluks, Khilji, Tughlaq, Sayyid, Lodi, Mughals, Marathas and British rule are seen influenced while the freedom fights and Partition, neighbouring states like Haryana and Uttar Pradesh have also contributed to the way the people are today which are by and large multi-cultured and multi-linguistic. Rude, lawless, show-offs with a bad attitude — that‟s how most people describe Delhiites. Delhiites wear an attitude that is needlessly aggressive, disdainful towards law and order and has little regard for others ‘The-Customer-is-always-Fight’ while shopping Road Rage: Famous for their lack of civic discipline. Supposedly vehicles jump red lights. People cross roads where they should not. „Well-Manicured-but-not-Well-Mannered‟: Selfishness Honking, Leaking (urinating on public places), Littering, Spitting (staircases/walls) Jumping queues: Two years ago, Delhi Metro chief E. Sreedharan wrote an open letter to Delhiites asking them to be more disciplined while using public transport, and to be considerate towards others. “People should not push others while in queue and should not jump queues,” he had said. Name-dropping: The proximity with politicians is what makes Delhiite what he is. Eve teasing: Delhi‟s Roadside Romeo thinks he has a right to ogle. And if he happens to be rich or the son of someone influential, he and his buddies will not stop at anything. Level of Security: Night life in Delhi is another addition to the new lifestyle being embraced by the people of Delhi. Night clubs in the city open till late night and you can eat, drink along with enjoying dance on the floor. Dance clubs in Delhi can be found at The Taj Palace (My Kind of Place), Maurya Sheraton (Ghunghroos), Park Hotel (Someplace Else), Hyatt Regency (Oasis) and Le Meridien (C.J.'s). Security of women Steps taken by government and the police to make the capital safer for women: An anti-obscene and an anti-stalking helpline were reviewed.
46 % . Also police is asked to register an FIR on any complaint by women. The government also ordered that no school will hire a transport vehicle without police verification of the owner and crew. 2013. used for counselling women.68% o 2011: 2. 1091. will be converted into a distress helpline and the number of lines increased from 2 to at least 10. the nearest PCR vehicle must reach the spot. Orders were directed that whenever a call is received. There has been a drastic increase in crime against women in the first two months of 2013 still. failing which they will face suspension Another helpline. It was agreed that a centralised control room to track the buses should be functional by February 1. The number of rapes committed by strangers o 2012: 3. Every DTC and cluster bus had to have a CCTV/webcam and every member of the crew of a public transport vehicle must have a photo identity card latest by March 1. It was decided that only women should be deputed to attend the calls on these lines.