Bengaluru is in a Catch-22 situation. It attracts and welcomes the world while the density of the population adds to its woeful lack of adequate public infrastructure. Naresh Narasimhan, leading architect and urban planner. He tells Sandhya Mendonca why he loves the city and why he works hard on many fronts to make it liveable and preserve its historical heritage. Karnataka state's approachable political leadership enables him to be a critic of and partner of the government on civic issues. “All the new ideas that change India originate in Bangalore,” he says in this episode of Spotlight with Sandhya.
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