Bengaluru ranks as most liveable city in India, Chennai second: CSE report. Only three state capitals feature in the top ten most liveable cities, as per the report by the Centre for Science and Environment.
What are the top 10 livable cities in India?
According to the report, Bengaluru is the most liveable capital city in India followed by Chennai and Shimla. While Bhubaneswar scored 59.85 points in Ease of Living Index, Bengaluru, Chennai and Shimla got 66.7, 62.61 and 60.90, respectively. Mumbai fetched 58.23 points with Delhi getting 57.56.
Which is the best city to live in in India?
Despite being known for its traffic, the capital city of Karnataka, Bengaluru has emerged as one of the top cities in India to live in. According to the latest ‘Ease of Living Index’, Bengaluru is followed by Pune, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Surat, Navi Mumbai, Coimbatore, Vadodara, Indore, and Greater Mumbai.
Which is the best city in India 2020?
Ease of Living Index 2020: Bengaluru tops list, Pune second, Ahmedabad ranked third. Full list. Among Indian cities with a population of more than a million, Bengaluru has emerged as the best city on ease of living parameters among 49 million-plus cities in 2020.
Which is safest city in India?
India’s capital Delhi and the country’s commercial capital Mumbai both found a spot on the list as they scored 56.1 points and 54.4 points, respectively. With this, both Delhi and Mumbai made a place for themselves in the Top 50 list.
Which is best city to live in world?
The 10 Best Places to Live in the World
- Geneva, Switzerland (tie) …
- Zurich, Switzerland. …
- Perth, Australia. …
- Tokyo (tie) …
- Wellington, New Zealand (tie) …
- Adelaide, Australia. Overall rating (out of 100): 94.0. …
- Osaka, Japan. Overall rating (out of 100): 94.2. …
- Auckland, New Zealand. Overall rating (out of 100): 96.0.
Which city has best quality of life?
2019 city ranking
What is the livable city?
A livable city respects the living planet, and is in harmony with the natural systems that sustain all life. It uses earth’s resources wisely, and meets current needs without compromising the well-being of future generations. It fosters biodiversity – the local communities of animals and plants unique to its place.