These 3 NE cities are among the 10 cleanest in India

NEW DELHI: Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), a New Delhi based research and advocacy organisation has listed Mizoram, Sikkim and Tripura among ten cleanest cities of the country. In the list released by CSE recently, the top three cities are are Alappuzha in Kerela, Panaji in Goa and Mysuru in Karnataka. These three Indian cities which have “municipal waste management systems that actually work” unlike others, is followed by Bobbili, a small town in Andhra Pradesh in the fourth place.
Mizoram’s capital Aizawl was placed in the fifth rank and was followed by Pune and Surat, both in Maharashtra and Suryapet town of Telengana. Gangtok in Sikkim and Agartala in Tripura occupied the 9th and 10th ranks. Shimla, Bengaluru, Chandigarh and Delhi are also among the cities that ranked at the bottom of the survey.
It may be mentioned that recently, under a cleanliness survey, Gangtok was voted as the cleanest city in India.
With the organic farming and the modern technology enabling easy dumping of garbage, recycling of waste among others, Gangtok boasts of the tag of a clean city.
(TNT News)
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