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Delhi, Mumbai make it to top 125 global cities’ list

Source : hindustan times   On   24 Jun 2016
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The India capital Delhi along with Mumbai are among the 10 Indian urban communities that have made it to the main 125 worldwide urban areas' rundown that positions urban areas in view of their execution, long haul potential and keenness.

Both urban communities, nonetheless, slipped a couple indents. New Delhi positioned 61, down from 57, and Mumbai 44, down from 41 in the Global Cities Index. The record is one a player in the Global Cities 2016 report. The record analyzes the city's present execution in view of business action, human capital, data trade, social experience and political engagement.

New Delhi has slipped 20 focuses subsequent to 2008. It has confronted solid rivalry since 2008 from other worldwide focuses, for example, Warsaw, Poland; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Osaka, Japan. While posting positive score development consistently in business action, human capital, and social experience, the city plunged somewhat in data trade and political engagement in 2016, said Mike Hales, accomplice AT Kearney and one of the creators of the Global Cities report.

"Taken together, this is insufficient to keep pace with other worldwide focuses. New Delhi would do well to keep on focusing on enhancing data trade through expanding access to web for its residents and keep on improving in news organizations and Google nearness. In political engagement, the city positions at number 10, ascending from number 35 in 2008. This is a demonstration of the capital city's internationalization. New Delhi exceeds expectations in research organizations and government offices and departments," he said.

Worldwide administration counseling firm AT Kearney positions urban areas consistently on the premise of their capacity to draw in capital stream, access data through web, give a social ordeal and advancement limit.

Mumbai saw its score in business movement and data trade drop marginally this year, prompting its drop in rank. Rivalry in business action expanded for the current year. In data trade, Mumbai saw constrained development in broadband endorsers and Google nearness. The city did, be that as it may, enhance in social experience, hopping from number 84 to 69 on account of upgrades in culinary offerings and performing expressions, says the report.

The record positions London, New York and Paris as the main three urban communities.

Bangalore is positioned 75, Chennai 77, Hyderabad 78, Pune 92 and Ahmedabad 101 in the rundown. Both Bangalore and Pune have indicated change in business movement and Chennai in data trade and social experience.

The Global Cities Outlook — the report's second part — surveys the city's potential on the premise of individual prosperity, financial matters, development and administration.

Under the Global Cities Outlook 2016 positioning, the AT Kearney report has San Francisco, New York and Boston positioned among the main three. Bangalore is among the best Indian city positioned 73 (climbing from 90 a year ago), New Delhi is positioned 76 (climbing from 87 a year ago), Mumbai at 87 (climbing from 93rd position a year ago), Hyderabad at 91 (climbing from 97) and Kolkata is positioned 100 climbing 12 scores from a year ago.