Journey Through India: Delhi | CNBC International

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  • Published on:  Thursday, November 15, 2018
  • In the last stop on his journey through India, CNBC's Tom Chitty explores Delhi. Located in northern India, it's one of the oldest cities in the world and has a bigger population than Australia.


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  • sonu singh

    sonu singh

     21 days ago

    If I ever saw this sob in Delhi, swear to god I will crack his ribs open.

  • Kiran Annadate

    Kiran Annadate

     2 months ago

    Well metro city in India are great a mixed culture but I'm sure you will lean more from other parts like pune, amitsar, kokan may more the real you have been to tourist places be in India be in rural places they are the most developed and developing the real art in India is in rural places.

  • Avneet Kaur

    Avneet Kaur

     2 months ago

    Lol went to Delhi NCR no noida gurgaon no cp no south Delhi not even central Delhi or even close to that or even metro which is largest metro line in whole india. Why do you Always try to find slums in each city??? I mean you will surely find slums somewhere but why?? Why so curious instead of complaning about traffic use metro the max you will pay is 40-50 rs that's not even 1 USD. Should we go ad fimd slumsin western country i mean I've seen many in western countries too. Also i havnt seen any monkeys in delhi where I live monkeys are onky in old delhi

  • SquareB0t


     2 months ago

    Love this series! Wonderful host :)

  • Mahinda Githaiga

    Mahinda Githaiga

     2 months ago

    You should do a video on Kenya Tom Chitty.

  • Marwari chorra india

    Marwari chorra india

     4 months ago

    CNN sucks cnbc is not far behind

  • Mysterious U2ber Nepal

    Mysterious U2ber Nepal

     4 months ago

    Ati nai fohor yrr..dhoti ko desh

  • Arjun S

    Arjun S

     4 months ago

    Delhi is not the place for tourists. There are many other places in India which is far better.

  • Ask Guru

    Ask Guru

     5 months ago

    Delhi Acha hai ke Surat whice city is best ??

  • tvr Hsr

    tvr Hsr

     5 months ago

    Goa and bangalore

  • Ashish Prasad

    Ashish Prasad

     5 months ago +2

    Oh so he wantedly choose to go through traffic just to complain...even though he knew about the metro.!!.

  • Your Best Secretary

    Your Best Secretary

     5 months ago

    I love Indian food & Indian arts. But may I know where are the Indian women in Delhi? Is Delhi safe for female travelers? It seems wherever the reporter in the video went, the streets were filled with crowds of men...I hardly see any women in the video.

  • niiraaj poke

    niiraaj poke

     5 months ago


  • Shahid Alvi

    Shahid Alvi

     5 months ago

    Beautiful video beautifully narrated thanks

  • memoricrydo


     6 months ago

    Dirty, chaos,bad.

  • beyond Infinity 42

    beyond Infinity 42

     6 months ago

    Visit Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

  • Shivam Bakhshi

    Shivam Bakhshi

     6 months ago +1

    I'm a little curious here. While visiting Mumbai, you travelled by the local train, but you did not show the metro in Delhi (and Mumbai for that matter though only one line is operational as of yet). My question here is not about you showing the poor side of India and what not, but are these parts a representation of the entire cities? If I go to Los Angeles and only show the worst parts can I claim to have shown Los Angeles as a whole? That's the problem I have with these videos. They intentionally and not incidentally, show the worst parts of Indian cities. Please improve CNBC. Not being a patriot but just annoyed by your approach.

  • Navenkumar Selva

    Navenkumar Selva

     6 months ago +1

    Also, Delhi Metro is one of the best metro system's in the world!

  • RoyInternational


     7 months ago

    In my opinion, through my family and friends' experiences, Delhi is the worst city in India to live or to visit in. High crime rate, and the people there have no intention of helping you.

  • N L Sagar

    N L Sagar

     7 months ago