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Bengaluru: Inside India’s Silicon Valley

Technology in India is taking off, and this is most evident in Bengaluru, formerly known as Bangalore, where a third of its workforce are based.

The market is booming, and proving to be very lucrative, with the industry expected to be worth an estimated $12bn by 2015.

Adam Shaw meets the founder and chairman of Infosys technologies, an Indian company that was founded with just $250, but now has offices in 33 countries and employs 128,000 people.

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