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BEHIND THE IT REVOLUTION –

Others | Oct 23, 2010

IT companies may bring in their wake a certain culture of work and play which may veer away sharply from Bangalore’s pre-IT days, but the city is trying hard to keep its integrity.

“The city has evolved.. It has grown madly in every direction, planned and unplanned, grown with granite and glass, with bricks and mud and tin as well,” says Rohini and adds that it never seems to be bursting at the seams like the other metros. The roads are definitely better, street lighting and the signages are improving.

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