Annual Global Liveability Index: Delhi ranks 112th among the world’s best livable cities, Auckland loses its crown, a huge decline in the list – Crown’s Annual Global Liveability Index CB News

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The performance of South Asian countries, including India, among the best cities to live in in the world has been very disappointing. Delhi ranks 112nd on the list of 140 cities, followed by the Austrian capital Vienna with a huge reversal. Auckland occupied this place in Vienna due to the corona epidemic. Mumbai is ranked 117th in the list.

In the annual Global Liveability Index released by The Economist Magazine, Auckland regained its place in 34th place this year, while Vienna regained its place. The cities on this list are ranked based on a number of factors such as political and social stability, crime, education and health care. The top ten cities are Vienna, Melbourne, Osaka, Calgary, Sydney, Vancouver, Tokyo, Toronto, Copenhagen and Adelaide, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit (EUI).

Karachi-Dhaka is the least populous city
Simon Baptist, EUI chief economist and managing director for Asia, said South Asian cities performed poorly on the Global Liability Index. Of the 6 South Asian cities, Delhi (112) tops the list, followed by Mumbai (117). Karachi, the financial capital of Pakistan, and Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, are one of the least livable cities in the world. The Chinese capital Beijing is ranked 71st, while the Syrian capital Damascus is at the bottom of the list.

Kyiv not included

At the time of making this list, it was not included due to the lack of living conditions in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv. The aggressive Russian city of St. Petersburg also dropped the rankings.

The best European cities
Many European cities are in the top 10. The Danish capital Copenhagen is in second place. Then there is Zurich, Switzerland. The Swiss city of Geneva is sixth and Frankfurt, Germany is seventh. Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands, ranks ninth. Canada is the only country with three cities in the top 10. Of these, Calgary was third, Vancouver fifth and Toronto eighth. Osaka, Japan, and Melbourne, Australia, are jointly ranked tenth.

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The performance of South Asian countries, including India, among the best cities to live in in the world has been very disappointing. Delhi ranks 112nd on the list of 140 cities, followed by the Austrian capital Vienna with a huge reversal. Auckland occupied this place in Vienna due to the corona epidemic. Mumbai is ranked 117th in the list.

In the annual Global Liveability Index released by The Economist Magazine, Auckland regained its place in 34th place this year, while Vienna regained its place. The cities on this list are ranked based on a number of factors such as political and social stability, crime, education and health care. The top ten cities are Vienna, Melbourne, Osaka, Calgary, Sydney, Vancouver, Tokyo, Toronto, Copenhagen and Adelaide, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit (EUI).

Karachi-Dhaka is the least populous city

Simon Baptist, EUI chief economist and managing director for Asia, said South Asian cities had performed poorly in the Global Liability Index. Of the 6 South Asian cities, Delhi (112) tops the list, followed by Mumbai (117). Karachi, the financial capital of Pakistan, and Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, are one of the least livable cities in the world. The Chinese capital Beijing is ranked 71st, while the Syrian capital Damascus is at the bottom of the list.

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