Is India’s Silicon Valley Dying?


Last week’s massive floods in India’s IT capital Bengaluru has ignited a debate over city’s future as the India’s tech hub. Just few days of heavy rainfall was enough to bring the Indian Silicon Valley on to its knees. The high-flying global IT employees in Bengaluru had to resort to tractors and boats to survive in the inundated city. The photos of Bengaluru techies and their bosses riding on tractor were circulated around the globe.

Bengaluru’s residents have long complained about gri ..

In the 1990s, Bengaluru, also known as a city of gardens, lakes and a cool climate, rapidly became India’s answer to Silicon Valley, attracting millions of workers and the regional headquarters of some of the world’s biggest IT companies.

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