List of Towns in National Capital Territory of Delhi

The National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT) is a special union territory of India jointly administered by the Central government, the NCT elected government and three municipal corporations. The metropolis of Delhi and the National Capital Territory of Delhi are coextensive and for most practical purposes they are considered to be the same entity.

Following is a list of towns recognized under the territory by census of India.

Town Population (2001)
Delhi 9,817,439
New Delhi 294,783
Sultanpur Majra 163,716
Kirari Suleman Nagar 153,874
Bhalswa Jahangir Pur 151,427
Nangloi Jat 150,371
Karawal Nagar 148,549
Dallo Pura 132,628
Delhi Cantonment 124,452
Deoli 119,432
Gokal Pur 90,564
Mustafabad 89,117
Hastsal 85,848
Burari 69,182
Gharoli 68,978
Chilla Saroda Bangar 65,969
Taj Pul 58,220
Jaffrabad 57,460
Puth Kalan 50,587

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