Delhi Information


Delhi information covers important details about the city, which are very essential for the people aiming to visit Delhi, the capital of India. There are many major events happening in Delhi. It plays an important role in Indian economy and tourism. Delhi information acts as a directory to the travelers giving information on blood banks, fire station and post office and so on. Travelers can also search for information on Delhi Cantonment Board and Delhi Jal Board.

Information on Delhi



Information on Delhi centers round the following:

  • Delhi Blood Banks : Lots of blood banks are there in Delhi to fulfill the burning need of blood to revive many lives. Some of the blood banks in Delhi are All India Medical Institute of medical Sciences, Blood Bank Organization, Hindu Rao Hospital, Indian Red Cross Society, Safdurjung Hospital and so on.

  • Some of the Delhi Blood Banks are:

    • All India Medical Institute of Medical Sciences: This is a government run hospital and is situated in Aurobindo Marg. The hospital is one of the best hospitals in India.
    • Indian Red Cross Society : This is a voluntary humanitarian organization situated at Connaught Place, Delhi. The organization helps the needy in times of emergencies and disasters.
    • Bajaj Blood Bank: Bajaj blood bank is located in Karol Bagh and has a collection of all blood samples and help in times of need.
    • Sri Ganga Ram Hospital: The blood bank of this hospital is renovated and equipped with all blood samples to provide quality blood to the needy.
    • Rotary Blood Bank: The bank is located in Mehrauli and fresh frozen plasma and platelet concentrate are available 24 hours a day.
    • Batra Hospital and Medical Research Centre: This hospital stands near Hamdard Nagar and blood donations are available at any time.


  • Delhi Fire Station : The fire station in Delhi serves the population through its three stations. The fire department employs a good number of people who are trained to face situations of inferno and to control it. After the Indian Independence, the Delhi Fire Service was approved by the then provincial force. The fire department was formerly owned by the Delhi Municipal Committee but now is run by the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi. Since then the fire department of Delhi have initiated certain steps to improve the fire service. One such step was the introduction of radio communication in the Delhi Fire Station. In the year 1970 the fire department of Delhi commissioned 14 stations, which also included the Training Center and Headquarters.


  • Delhi Post office : Delhi houses number of post offices apart from the nine head post offices in Sarojini Nagar, Kishan Nagar, IP Estate, Gole Dak Khana. The head post office stands in Sansad Marg. There is a foreign post office in IP Estate while the Safdurjung post office offers speed post facility to the people of Delhi. The Gole Dak Khana and the Kashmere Gate are the general post offices in Delhi. Apart from these, Delhi Post Office has its branches stationed at Kalkaji, New Delhi, Badarpur, Indraprastha, Hauz Khas, Malka Ganj, Mayapuri, Okhla Industrial Estate, Greater Kailash I, R.K.Puram West, Onkar Nagar and so on.


  • Delhi Cantonment Board : The local municipality board of Delhi is known as the Delhi cantonment board. It is governed by the Indian Ministry of Defence.Seven elected members form the Delhi Cantonment Board, of which three are elected from the military. From the remaining four, one should be a representative of the District Magistrate and the other three are ex- officio members- garrison engineer, senior executive medical officer and the station commander. The Cantonment Executive Officer of the Board is a member of the Indian Defense Estates Service. The president of the Board is the head who presides over the meetings of the Delhi Cantonment Board. The functions of the cantonment board are to look after the water supply, education, roads, birth as well as death registrations, public health, street lightning, fire fighting and so on. The Delhi Cantonment Board functions through its seven wards to carry out its duty effectively.


  • Delhi Jal Board : Delhi Jal Board was formed on 6th April, 1998 through an act of Delhi Legislative Assembly. The board is responsible for supplying drinkable water to the inhabitants of Delhi. The board has taken various steps to carry on its duty effectively. Production and Distribution of potable water is taken up by the Delhi Jal Board, which filters water received from various sources. The Jal Board of Delhi receives water from rivers like Yamuna, Upper Ganga Canal, Bhakra Storage and groundwater, which is used to supply water to the residents of Delhi. Gallons of water are supplied to the New Delhi Municipal Council and Cantonment areas. The sewage system in these areas is also looked after by the Delhi Jal Board.
Last Updated on 1 March 2013