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Mohit

@raj this is the way mumbaikars speak... cool! really cool! aisa dekh ke to tere mumbai wale bhi delhi me hi aajayenge.

Mind your tongue dude! It not only represent our Mumbai but our nation too!

Mohit

@suhan don't abuse! aisa karke tu na to Delhite lagta hai or naa hi Mumbaikar.. Please don't tell us from which city you actually belong .. coz I feel you're not even Indian. We Delhites are not like you!

sunny

solo delhi is the best city to in india than the mumbai. mumbai is garbage city. its road, street are full of garbage. i proud to be a delhihights.

Rahul

@raj...wow..this very well shows the softness and mannerisms of mumbaikars...

raza

fuck u delhi asshole!!!! rubbish city in the whole india... i have been staying here in delhi since last 3 months ... delhi sucks no night life no facilities ... nuthing
had been to f bar in delhi....
guys humara jw marriott ka enigma is far betta then that shittty fbar....

fuck u dellhiates

raza

all u fucking wankers of delhi keeps ur mouth shut u bloody biharis..

raza

delhi mein ghumne ke liye kuch chutiye jaise malls or complex logogn se bhare huye pubs hai...
mumbai has the best night life

suppa rich environment

y shah rukh khan,akshay kumar who r frm ur fucking delhi stays in mumbai...
coz dis ppl knows mumbai is heaven and delhi sucks...
it is full of despo guys and bitch gals

Sumeet Mishra

Hi, I was with a friend of mine traveling from Neemrana to Delhi. With dusty Gurgaon on the way ..I remarked my Delhi friend that how dusty, no proper drainage etc this city is. My smart friend from Delhi quickly distanced himself saying its not Delhi ..its Gurgaon ..its Haryana ..Delhi is not like this. Later, on entering Delhi, our discussion went on to how Delhi was attracting private investments. I was amused and I asked him how ..cos having worked in sales in Delhi, all that I noticed were the big Govt depts & Govt companies in the territory of Delhi ..my friend was quick to say well havent you seen Gurgaon, Noida etc ..and I said that a while back you said that those cities are not Delhi ..Its in Haryana & UP. So here I want to tell all Delhi wala's that you cannot distance your self from the rot of your neighboring cities and claim all thats happened good in these neighborhood as Delhi's very own. I high light the fact that when we compare Delhi & Mumbai then lets compare within the 4 walls of Delhi & 4 wall of Mumbai ..If Gurgaon, Noida etc can be considered Delhi then Pune, Ahmedabad should be considered Mumbai. Contrary to what most Delhites think of their city as supreme, then let me say that Delhi has actually seen migration of big corporates to its neighborhood (Gurgaon, Noida) leaving handful big wigs in Delhi. Thats not the case with Mumbai ..Mumbai has great amount of private investment within its territory ..One hardly hears companies shifting headqtrs to neighboring Thane, New Bombay or for that matter Pune, Ahmbd. Therefore when you actually draw a city to city comparison removing the neighborhood(more applicable to Delhi) ..one will see Mumbai miles ahead. Yes Delhi offers better road infra, space, quality of life etc. But Mumbai will remain numro uno! ..no doubt.

Neha V

pheww..
a very short viewpoint from my side.. I m a hardcore delihite. Totally in love wid this city. Tedha hai par mera hai :)
However, off late I got a chance to visit Mumbai n trust me guys I really liked that place... Juhu Beach & Marine Drive are simply awesome!

Delhi & Mumbai have there own plus & minus points. For me, as far as hanging out n having real fun is concerned - Mumbai wins hands down.. however, wen it comes to talking about a place where you can live - Delhi takes it all...
I have started liking Mumbai, for sure, but my love will always be my city - Diilii!!!

gunjan

I just want to high light to the author ..is the author comparing Delhi & Mumbai or Delhi + Gurgaon + Noida with Mumbai. If yes then lets compare Delhi + Gurgaon + Noida with Mumbai + Pune + Ahmedabad. When we talk abt Delhi Mumbai comparison, then why does Gurgaon, Noida comes into picture. Cant the author understand that these are techically different cities and not Delhi. When you compare 4 walls of Delhi & Mumbai ..one will find Mumbai streets ahead. The author has forgotten that companies and economic activity has moved out of Delhi. All the malls & latest thats happening is not in Delhi but in its neighbouring town for which Delhi cannot take credit. Today with economic activity moving out of Delhi, the city is now purely the politacal capital and seat of babudom. That not with Mumbai ..even after development of New Bombay, Pune, Ahmbd ..corprates have not seen a exodus to neighbouring town like the one that happened to Delhi. I failed to understand that whats there to boast about Delhi when Noida, Gurgaon are not Delhi ..they are a different states, different Cities

Neha Dubey

I just want to high light to the author ..is the author comparing Delhi & Mumbai or Delhi + Gurgaon + Noida with Mumbai. If yes then lets compare Delhi + Gurgaon + Noida with Mumbai + Pune + Ahmedabad. When we talk abt Delhi Mumbai comparison, then why does Gurgaon, Noida comes into picture. Cant the author understand that these are techically different cities and not Delhi. When you compare 4 walls of Delhi & Mumbai ..one will find Mumbai streets ahead. The author has forgotten that companies and economic activity has moved out of Delhi. All the malls & latest thats happening is not in Delhi but in its neighbouring town for which Delhi cannot take credit. Today with economic activity moving out of Delhi, the city is now purely the political capital and seat of babudom. That not with Mumbai ..even after development of New Bombay, Pune, Ahmbd ..corprates have not seen a exodus to neighbouring town like the one that happened with Delhi. I failed to understand that whats there to boast about Delhi when Noida, Gurgaon are not Delhi ..they are a different states, different Cities. Why does Delhi depend on its neighbours for comparison ..Mumbai does not do that

Akhil trivedi

I just want to high light to the author ..is the author comparing Delhi & Mumbai or Delhi + Gurgaon + Noida with Mumbai. If yes then lets compare Delhi + Gurgaon + Noida with Mumbai + Pune + Ahmedabad. When we talk abt Delhi Mumbai comparison, then why does Gurgaon, Noida comes into picture. Cant the author understand that these are techically different cities and not Delhi. When you compare 4 walls of Delhi & Mumbai ..one will find Mumbai streets ahead. The author has forgotten that companies and economic activity has moved out of Delhi. All the malls & latest thats happening is not in Delhi but in its neighbouring town for which Delhi cannot take credit. Today with economic activity moving out of Delhi, the city is now purely the political capital and seat of babudom. That not with Mumbai ..even after development of New Bombay, Pune, Ahmbd ..corprates have not seen a exodus to neighbouring town like the one that happened with Delhi. I failed to understand that whats there to boast about Delhi when Noida, Gurgaon are not Delhi ..they are a different states, different Cities

vikas ru

Here's a neutral view. I am not from these cities but currenly based at Mumbai, I have also have distinction of staying at Delhi. I agree to comments by akhil, the development of Delhi is of its neighbors while Mumbai is of its own. A cities development is measured on what lies within and not whats external to it. Most corporates either have moved out of Delhi or consciously choose its neighboring cities over Delhi. Thats not with Mumbai. Mumbai is a magnet over its neighbors. It houses all happenings within it and despite severe space shortage(more than Delhi) is not dependent on its neighbors to pride in itself. We all Indians need to under stand (especially Delhites) that the region of NCR has developed as a good corporate destination but none of its cities are financial centers of even local repute (leave along their international standings). For India to develop faster, we need a great financial centre or financial infrastructure. The developed economies are a testimony to this. Eg Newyork in USA, London in UK, Seoul in Korea etc. May I say that China was smart enough to realize this and since has put enormous efforts in developing Shanghai ..the benefits of housing a powerful financial centre within China is all for us to see. In India, its the reverse.. we have spent enough giving Delhi a facelift and the result of those effort are cosmetic. We have tourist & people of Delhi who go all gaga over Delhi's beautiful roads, airport and swanky buildings around in NCR but how does it adds to nations development significantly. Today if Mumbai crumbles or is dreamt of being left behind Delhi then none of the cities in India can stake claim to be developed as a global financial centre ..Mumbai has taken decades to evolve into a strong regional player and is calling for govt support to be a global financial centre. While we need Delhi but crumbling of Mumbai will hamper nations growth. Dubai is an apt example ..Dubai was all set to be developed as global hub but has crumbled down for not having a mature financial infrastructure. In conclusion, we need both cosmetic as well as holistic development, with development of Delhi we will only achieve cosmetic. While hollistic can be achieved only by developing Mumbai

karan

i believe, people who think mumbai is a better palce 2 liv hv not properly seen d lifestyle in delhi-ncr....its million times better....girls in delhi r much better thn those in shitty mumbai....mumbai has d biggest slum in india, thats wat defines it
delhites..chill

mumbai can never compete

anirudh

common guyz we are indians..
doesnt matter whether from delhi or mumbai..
however delhi is moving ahead at a very good pace but mumbai is also movingswiftly..
and it's we indians who are doing this all...
cheers to india....
:D

atharva

I will go on the side of mumbai. delhi cannot boast of having a metro. mumbai has undertaken a metro project
which is far better than Delhi. also mumbai has great
population becoz people get attracted to this city.
east or west mumbai is the best

Atharva

Hi i am born in mumbai and now i am staying here .
i have visited delhi two times . its a nice city but
people here are losers. they only boast of living in
capital . thats not with the case with mumbai.
delhi is a shitty place

Atharva

mumbai has got every thing. once i had seen on internet
that the tallest building in India is in Mumbai!
and beleive me i have actually seen that huge tower .
it is near mumbai central station . its name is
' the imperial towers ' .i hope this was amazing to my
mumbaikars

Atharva

delhi ki to ma bhen ek delhiwallas sif showof karte hei
wo chutiye samajte kya hei mumbai ko

Atharva

abe us delhi mei kon jayega . suhaan juban sambhalke bol
hamare pas raj hei na . i hate delhi

gaurav

fuck of u bastard they sleep on road naa.but u delhi loosers are so thurkey that everyday news cums for robbery rape etc and etc.
saalo ek baar ghumne i ya tha chor hote hai sab k sab.delhi walo k paas dil nahi hai sirf hawaas hai.
beta tum log hamare niche the or niche hee rahogay.
remember one thing mumbai rocks...

gaurav

hamare paas sachin hai tumhare paas kya hai?
are mai toh bhul gaya u guys have just lust

gaurav

mumbai can keep delhi in its pocket .dont forget that ratan tata mukesh ambani are all from mumbai...

Joshi from Maharashtra(Land of Rocks)

haha no one in his right mind could compare mumbai to delhi.

delhi is a TPG city/metro wha'ever .
TPG stands for "teel-powder-gajra".

Mumbai is RAW city that crunches billions of transactions worth 10s of billions of USD.


If for business you are choosing delhi, you should possibly take a look at other professions than business.

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