A Postal Index Number or a PIN code is a six-digit code in the postal code used by the Indian Post Administration. The arrangement was introduced to simplify and clarify the manual sorting and delivery of mail by eliminating uncertainty over incorrect addresses, similar place names, and different languages used by the public.
|1||Delhi High Court Extension Counter S.O||Delhi||Central Delhi||110003|
|2||Hauz Qazi S.O||Delhi||Central Delhi||110006|
|3||Jama Masjid S.O||Delhi||Central Delhi||110006|
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