Bangalore:Saturated Bangalore is losing its charm

Who lives next door, Sanjeet, a senior executive of a technology company, had the best collection of films in the apartment block an entire home theater system beautiful.

Sometimes the men in the neighborhood drop by your house to watch a movie or a cricket match, but the real attraction factor was his collection of malt whiskey.

To the disappointment of the crowd, Sanjeet has now shifted to Gurgaon - greener pastures. Presumably it has a home theater system even better and bigger now a bar. Surely you have more free time.

Their way to work takes just seven minutes. In Bangalore, was proof of an hour to get to Electronic City, where his office.

"I left for better opportunities," he said. "From a perspective of the IT industry, there are not enough (new companies), no. Some companies flag, but new developments are elsewhere. "There is a growing feeling among the many high-tech Bangalore has grown enough. There is even a vague sense that the Garden City for all its splendor is perhaps an implosion. There are telltale signs of the breakdown of everything. The people love to sing the Litany of the problems of broken sewer lines, garbage, traffic snarls and crowded industry groups. Add credibility to this gloomy picture is a recent report by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India. (ASSOCHAM) ". If trends are anything to go by, Bangalore, also known as India, IT center could lose its crown 'Eden Tech India" in Gurgaon and Noida, which are increasingly popular destinations for business, "the report said .

In what appeared to be slightly exaggerated, ASSOCHAM said that Bangalore is losing its luster thanks to its "dismal infrastructure" and businesses were moving out. The findings come from a survey in south-800 top industry leaders in sectors such as IT, biotechnology and outsourcing.

DS Rawat ASSOCHAM Secretary General explained in detail what he described as a "grave crisis" - "Choked roads, power cuts, irregular water supply, lack of sanitation, along with the perennial political turmoil and confusion. .. " Part of industry leaders and observers in the city that H o M AIL contact to a courteous reply was silent about it. In Bangalore, they do not pose a scandal about the issues - trash or politics. However, Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, CMD Biocon important in biotechnology, spoke, saying the quality of life of Bangalore is immersion. She has seen the growing city a city of barracks. She has been part of an initiative called the Bangalore Agenda Task Force (BATF), which contributed to good governance at local level.

As Foreign Minister, SM Krishna was chief minister of Karnataka (1999 - 2004), BATF forged a partnership between citizens, businesses and administrative bodies to ensure better civic services. Later he became involved in the bureaucracy - but left a lasting impact.

Infrastructure development in Bangalore I too late and often an afterthought or an adaptation, which is not optimal for what the city needs, "Mazumdar-Shaw said." Energy shortages, water shortages, poor road infrastructure, along with traffic congestion is making us inefficient use city with a deteriorating quality of life. "She is convinced that Karnataka is losing industrial investments.

"Bangalore should desist from further industrialization and changing industrial development to Mysore, Hassan etc" he added.

TV Mohandas Pai, founder of the BATF, agreed that the city is slowly losing its charm.

"However, Bangalore is the best place for technology companies and good talent in India," he said. "Good leadership can recover the state." Maybe this is the way forward - that the magic has worked for Delhi and Noida and Gurgaon near. In Bangalore, the scenario is quite schizophrenic. Parts of the city seem to Singapore and other like mounds in a poor country. An example is a path in which Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa has a private residence, which over time often. His side of the street is well lit with lanterns and benches decorated European style in a smooth pavement, tiles. The other side is all dug up the stinking garbage dumps everywhere. However Sanjeet is now looking for a comeback. "Time is precious and my family does not need the place," he said. The lesson is that in Bangalore the cradle endlessly about its limitations, but we love the city!

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