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Karawal Nagar is a neighborhood located in the north-east part of Delhi. It is a part of the National Capital Region. The place was founded in 1993 and it was earlier spelled as Qarawal Nagar. It is a census town in Delhi and hosts more than two lakh residents. Hindi and English are the commonly used languages in this town. Karawal Nagar experiences a climate quite similar to that of Delhi - dry hot summers and freezing winters, with very less rainfall.

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Low interest rate Credit Card Take Over Loan in KarawalNagar, 04 December 2021 from HDFC Bank

In 1994, HDFC Bank was established, based in Mumbai, India. As of 31st March 2018, it has a presence of 88,253 permanent employees. Outside India, it is present in Bahrain, Hong Kong, and Dubai. The largest bank in India by market capitalization and ranked 69th in 2016 BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands. The Union Finance Minister, Mr. Manmohan Singh inaugurated the first office of HDFC Bank. Across India, the bank had 4,715 branches and 12,260 ATMs, as of June 30, 2017. In FY 2017, 4.30 lakhs POS terminals were installed and 235.7 lakhs debit cards and 85.4 Lacs credit cards were issued. Several products and services are offered by the HDFC Bank including wholesale banking, auto loans, two wheeler loans, personal loans, treasury, retail banking, loans against property. HDFC bank also introduced various digital products such as Payzapp and Chillr. In February 2000, the HDFC Bank merged with Times Bank. It was one of the first mergers of two private banks in the new-generation private sector banks category. The HDFC Board approved the acquisition of Centurion Bank in 2008 for 95.1 billion INR which was one of the most significant mergers in India in the financial sector.

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