Over the last few decades, India has modernized and developed on an extraordinary level. In many ways, Bangalore is the embodiment of such change – the population has more than tripled from 1.6 million people to over 5.7 million between 1971 and 2001. As an industrial and technological city of over 5 million people located in India’s southern region, Bangalore has often been called the “Silicon Valley of India.” The city hosts the preeminent Indian defense contractor, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, and two major Indian IT companies, InfoSys and Wipro. The city also is the home of the Indian Space Research Organization.
At a news conference in western India, G. Madhavan Nair, the head of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), pronounced the mission of India’s first satellite to be a “success,” even though his agency lost contact with the Chandrayaan-I late last week.…More →
This new facility makes it the largest development plan by a major IT…More →
The southern metropolis, sometimes referred to as India’s Silicon Valley, is one of the country’s fastest growing cities. Its urbanization continues to rise at a breakneck pace — a controversial metro project in the city has had extensive environmental concerns as…More →