New Delhi Post Offices


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*Map showing the location of Post Offices in New Delhi.

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For al those who thought that with the advancement of technology post offices in the country would be wiped off think again. India possesses the largest postal network in the world. New Delhi being the capital is home to numerous post offices that are speared across the city. Post offices in New Delhi play a vital role in the lives of those who are not very technologically advanced and also for those who believe in the investment policies of the post offices in India.

The post offices in New Delhi are also an affordable means of sending parcels to your near and dear ones since the private courier companies are far too expensive. Providing employment to a large section of the city the post offices in New Delhi are an inevitable part of the city.

The various services provides by the New Delhi Post Offices include;
general or registered mail, , speed post, express post, parcel post, e post and special courier service known as EMS-speed post. They also offer a number of post office savings schemes like National Savings Certificate, Kisan Vikas Patra, Recurring Deposits and Term Deposits.

Below is a list of the important New Delhi Post Offices
Post Office Parliament Street Ho
Dak Bhawan, Parliament St,
Delhi - 110001
Phone: +(91)-(11)-23096070

Post Office
Nr Police Station, Nehru
Place, Delhi - 110019
Phone: +(91)-(11)-26418239

Gpo Delhi Centralised Number
Kashmiri Gate, Delhi - 110006
Phone: +(91)-(11)-23865118

Gpo Delhi Centralised Number
Kashmiri Gate, Delhi - 110006
Phone: +(91)-(11)-23865118

Post Office Rohini Sec Seven
Sec-7, Rohini, Delhi - 110085
Phone: +(91)-(11)-27045682

Post Office
Mini Mkt, Nr Desh Bandhu
College, Kalkaji, Delhi - 110019
Phone: +(91)-(11)-26433693

Post Office Dwarka Sec Six
P No-53, Commercial Cplx,
Sec-6, Dwarka, Delhi - 110075
Phone: +(91)-(11)-25082423

Post Office
Sec-19, B-Blk, Noida Sector-19,
Noida - 201301
Phone: +(91)-(120)-2546189

Post Office Gole Da Khana
Opp Guru Dwara Bangla Sahib,
CP, Delhi - 110001
Phone: +(91)-(11)-23744193,

Post Office
Community Centre, Central
Mkt,PH-2, Ashok Vihar,
Delhi - 110052
Phone: +(91)-(11)-27127600,

Post Office
Lodhi Road, Delhi - 110003
Phone: +(91)-(11)-24611255

Post Office
Badarpur, Delhi - 110044
Phone: +(91)-(11)-26945141

Post Office
F 137, Nr Mangal Bzr,
Bal Bhawan Public School,
Lakshmi Nagar, Delhi - 110092
Phone: +(91)-(11)-22541641

Post Office
New Friends Colony,
Delhi - 110065
Phone: +(91)-(11)-26844043

Post Office
Krishna Nagar, Delhi - 110051
Phone: +(91)-(11)-22373778

Post Office Vasant Vihar C Blk
C-Blk, Vasant Vihar,
Delhi - 110057
Phone: +(91)-(11)-26143406

Post Office R K Puram Main
R K Puram, Delhi - 110022
Phone: +(91)-(11)-26103039

Post Office Parliament Street Ho
Dak Bhawan, Parliament St,
Delhi - 110001
Phone: +(91)-(11)-23096070

Post Office
Mini Mkt, Nr Desh Bandhu
College, Kalkaji, Delhi - 110019
Phone: +(91)-(11)-26433693

Post Office
Nr Fateh Puri, Chandni Chowk,
Delhi - 110006
Phone: +(91)-(11)-23957594

Lat updated on : 10/26/2010


Last Updated on 1 March 2013





     


     

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