An International Alarm @Busting Bubble of Bangalore

Ok, until now we the bangaloreans, have enough rants and roars on the various well-being barriers, noticeable it has been caught by the international media now and then, coming to the note of Bangalore: Has the Bubble Burst? an article now appearing on captures all the gist of Bangalore woes…

Bangalore (now fondly renamed as Bangaluru) used to be called the Pensioner’s Paradise until about the early 1990s when a certain Infosys put the city on the international radar. With that came a windfall of investment in the city ushering in leading domestic firms and multinational companies that brought an influx of technical talent from all over the country and in some cases the world. Bangalore, which grew radially in a strictly spatial sense, has not quite been able to cope with this surge of attention. The city is a living example of crumbling infrastructure with epileptic bursts of development often overshadowed by the generally dominant apathy from the government and people alike.

Perhaps recent triggers on growth areas and limitations have re-confirmed these facts and still not seen to be taken seriously by the Government at all, the tendency of avoiding to address current issues professionally and seriously by way of declaring the new developmental schemes and eluding the attention away with giving hopes continues to flourish!!

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