The Lalbagh botanical garden in Bangalore, which is also known as India’s Silicon Valley. The city generates 92,000 metric tonnes of e-waste annually. Photo via Newscom The Lalbagh botanical garden in Bangalore, which is also known as India’s Silicon Valley. The city generates 92,000 metric tonnes of e-waste annually. Photo via Newscom
The Lalbagh botanical garden in Bangalore, which is also known as India’s Silicon Valley. The city generates 92,000 metric tonnes of e-waste annually. Photo via Newscom
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In Bangalore, India’s Silicon Valley, issues related to city’s unbridled growth froth up

The city with a thousand lakes is faced with a massive pollution problem that has seen some of its largest lakes frothing up and even catching fire

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The Lalbagh botanical garden in Bangalore, which is also known as India’s Silicon Valley. The city generates 92,000 metric tonnes of e-waste annually. Photo via Newscom The Lalbagh botanical garden in Bangalore, which is also known as India’s Silicon Valley. The city generates 92,000 metric tonnes of e-waste annually. Photo via Newscom
The Lalbagh botanical garden in Bangalore, which is also known as India’s Silicon Valley. The city generates 92,000 metric tonnes of e-waste annually. Photo via Newscom
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