Stories by Gary H. Anthes and Jaikumar Vijayan

Lessons from India Inc.

Once a sleepy pensioners' paradise, this city today is choked with traffic. Much of the greenery that gave Bangalore the nickname "Garden City" has been hacked away to make room for office towers, and people on the street cover their mouths and noses against the pollution. Telephones, water and electricity remain unreliable, and the roads and airports are decrepit, by Western standards.

Market Place