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Hyderabad named nation’s finest metropolis for the fifth consecutive year…

Global consulting firm Mercer’s Quality of Living Ranking 2019 has named Hyderabad the most liveable city in the country for the fifth consecutive year.

HYDERABAD: Global consulting agency “Mercer’s Quality of Living Ranking 2019″ has named Hyderabad essentially the most habitable metropolis within the nation for the fifth consecutive year. The Metropolis of Pearls, like last year, shares the honor with Pune. Globally, both the cities occupy the 143rd position: A rank beneath last year’s. Chennai has been ranked the most secure Indian city — 105th in the world.

The 21st edition of the annual survey evaluated 231 cities throughout the globe between September and November last year primarily based on 39 factors together with political stability, healthcare, education, crime, recreation and transport. New Delhi featured at the 162nd place on the listing, Mumbai at 154 and Bengaluru at 149.

This year, Mercer provided separate rankings for personal security, analyzing the cities’ inner stability, crime ranges, regulation enforcement and limitations on personal freedom. Sadly, no other Indian city might make it to the listing.

Vienna, Austria’s capital, tops the worldwide ranking for the 10th year running, followed by Zurich in Switzerland. The ranking influences cities’ skills to draw enterprise.

Cites from Asia, West Asia and Africa have fared significantly better than India.

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In West Asia, Dubai (74) continues to shine for its high quality of residing, intently adopted by Abu Dhabi (78). The most secure cities within the area are Dubai and Abu Dhabi each of which shares the 73rd place. In Africa, Port Louis (83) was adjudged essentially the most habitable metropolis.

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Ashok Kumar

Dr. Ashok Kumar is Chemistry Professor, Blogger, Film maker, Writer and Traveler.

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