Swachh Bharat City Rankings

Mysore city in Karnataka has topped the Swachh Bharat Rankings of 476 cities in the country with three more from the State figuring in the top 10. West Bengal does well with 25 cities/towns from the State finding a place in the top 100 cities.

These rankings are based on the extent of open defecation and solid waste management practices in these cities. The city of Mysore leads the cities with minimal open defecation and extensive adoption of solid waste management practices.

The top 10 ranked cities being : Mysore, Thiruchirapalli (Tamil Nadu), Navi Mumbai, Kochi (Kerala), Hassan, Mandya and Bengaluru from Karnataka, Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala), Halisahar (West Bengal) and Gangtok (Sikkim) in that order.

39 cities from the Southern states are among the top 100 followed by 27 from the East, 15 from the West, 12 from the North and 7 from the North-Eastern States.

15 of the 27 capital cities surveyed figured among the top 100 performers while five were ranked beyond 300. Bengaluru leads the list of capitals at 7th rank while Patna came at the bottom at 429.

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Trichy in second spot is no surprise, as it previously held 6th position in sanitation.. Most part of the city is free of litter. And open defacation is reduced to big extent. Thanks to the initiatives by corporation on sanitation alone, like 'Namma Toilets'. Yet, miles to go to make number one in the next ranking. more  
Dear Sir,

Most of the Banks in India have no toilets for the customers.

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Unfortunately I belong to Delhi. I have visited lot of places including Singapore, Thailand, Europe, USA, Canada, Sri Lanka, Dubai. I do have relatives, friends who are settled abroad, including my son. I feel very bad when I compare my birth place with these very place. But I thought - I belong to Capital must be better than other fellow country man. But if this report is true - my question. Can we shift India's capital to some better place? So that, I can tell my NRI relatives with some pride - our place is under developed, but capital is as good any other developed city / country. more  
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