Gujarat under Narendra Modi has focused on good governance in the power sector and implemented long-term reforms as opposed to the short-term and anarchic methods adopted by Sheila Dikshit and Arvind Kejriwal in Delhi.
I am neither a Bengali nor am I from Delhi's St Stephen's. I am an Allahabad boy.
Delhi is fresh, brazen and more glamorous as compared to subtle Mumbai.
Delhi is always buzzing, buzzing, buzzing. There's always something to do.
I found that the corridors of power in Delhi were littered with lobbies of various kinds.
When I lived in Delhi, I used to visit the Lodhi Gardens and feed the pigeons, crows, and ducks there.
Delhi is fabulous - the roads, greenery, the monuments!
We have ended the VIP culture in Delhi. We made additional night shelters for the poor. We have started the anti-corruption helpline. We are impartial and are not against anybody.
I was a radio jockey after graduation. I was 22, the youngest RJ in Delhi at that time.
I've been to Delhi, Madras, Bangalore and a lot of other cities, but I have never seen a crime set-up like that in Bombay.
I ran away from my home in Gwalior and bought myself a ticket to Delhi. That was the nearest metro, and the cheapest ticket was for Rs 74.
Usually, I come for film promotions or events, but I have so many fond memories of Delhi.
I was inspired by the Hole in the Wall project, where a computer with an internet connection was put in a Delhi slum. When the slum was revisited after a month, the children of that slum had learned how to use the worldwide web.
I really love momos, dahi-vada, and, of course, golgappas. I make sure not to miss these snacks when visiting Malviya Nagar, Delhi.
I left Delhi, in 1971, shortly after Collective Choice and Social Welfare was published in 1970.
Delhi becomes a gas chamber every year with the advent of winters, mainly due to stubble burning.