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Most liveable cities: Pune best city to live in India but which is the best in the world?

Ease of Living Index by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs rated Pune as the most liveable city in India but which is the best in the world? Economist Intelligence Unit's annual survey of the most liveable cities in the world throws some light:

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10) Adelaide, Australia | The capital city of the state of South Australia made it to the top 10 list of the most liveable cities in 2018, achieving a score of 96.6 percent. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)
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10) Adelaide, Australia | The capital city of the state of South Australia made it to the top 10 list of the most liveable cities in 2018, achieving a score of 96.6 percent. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)

09) Copenhagen, Denmark | The capital of Denmark and the country's most populous city is one of the only two European cities to make it to the top 10 in the EIU's list with a score of 96.8 percent. (Image: Public domain pictures)
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09) Copenhagen, Denmark | The capital of Denmark and the country's most populous city is one of the only two European cities to make it to the top 10 in the EIU's list with a score of 96.8 percent. (Image: Public domain pictures)

Toronto, Canada | The capital of Ontario and home to the 553-meter-high CN Tower came in joint seventh place in the top 10 list of the most liveable cities in 2018. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)
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Toronto, Canada | The capital of Ontario and home to the 553-meter-high CN Tower came in joint seventh place in the top 10 list of the most liveable cities in 2018. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)

07) Tokyo, Japan | Japan’s ultramodern yet traditional capital, known for its neon-lit skyscrapers and historic temples scored its second highest ranking ever which can be attributed to a consistent decline in crime rates as well as improvements in public transportation. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)
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07) Tokyo, Japan | Japan’s ultramodern yet traditional capital, known for its neon-lit skyscrapers and historic temples scored its second highest ranking ever which can be attributed to a consistent decline in crime rates as well as improvements in public transportation. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)

06) Vancouver, Canada | The coastal seaport city in western Canada is the second of the three Canadian cities to make it to the list, achieving a score of 97.3 percent. Vancouver is also called “Hollywood of the North”. (Image: Flickr/Alex Costin)
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06) Vancouver, Canada | The coastal seaport city in western Canada is the second of the three Canadian cities to make it to the list, achieving a score of 97.3 percent. Vancouver is also called “Hollywood of the North”. (Image: Flickr/Alex Costin)

05) Sydney, Australia | The home of the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge also referred to as ‘The Coat Hanger’, Sydney achieved a score of 97.4 percent in the EIU ranking. (Image: Flickr/Hai Linh Truong)
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05) Sydney, Australia | The home of the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge also referred to as ‘The Coat Hanger’, Sydney achieved a score of 97.4 percent in the EIU ranking. (Image: Flickr/Hai Linh Truong)

04) Calgary, Canada | The city in the Canadian province of Alberta, moved one place up from fifth to fourth from last years EIU rankings. Over the years, it has emerged as the culinary and cultural hotspot of the country. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)
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04) Calgary, Canada | The city in the Canadian province of Alberta, moved one place up from fifth to fourth from last years EIU rankings. Over the years, it has emerged as the culinary and cultural hotspot of the country. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)

03) Osaka, Japan | Improved public transportation coupled with a consistent decline in crime rates has landed Osaka, six positions above last year's EIU ranking. Osaka has also been known as the “nation’s kitchen” and has served as the centre for rice trade during the Edo period. (Image: Flickr/Pedro Szekely)
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03) Osaka, Japan | Improved public transportation coupled with a consistent decline in crime rates has landed Osaka, six positions above last year's EIU ranking. Osaka has also been known as the “nation’s kitchen” and has served as the centre for rice trade during the Edo period. (Image: Flickr/Pedro Szekely)

02) Melbourne, Australia | After enjoying seven years at the helm of the annual EIU list, Melbourne finally dropped to the second spot, losing out by just 0.7 percent to the most liveable city in the World in 2018. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)
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02) Melbourne, Australia | After enjoying seven years at the helm of the annual EIU list, Melbourne finally dropped to the second spot, losing out by just 0.7 percent to the most liveable city in the World in 2018. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)

01) Vienna, Austria | The improved security scores have landed the capital on Austria at the top spot on the Economist Intelligence Unit's Global Livability ranking. (Image: Flickr/Pedro Szekely)
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01) Vienna, Austria | The improved security scores have landed the capital on Austria at the top spot on the Economist Intelligence Unit's Global Livability ranking. (Image: Flickr/Pedro Szekely)

First Published on Aug 27, 2018 04:12 pm
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