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#BBCtrending: The 'electronic fix' for India's filth and corruption

8 May 2014 Last updated at 17:29 BST

Can the internet solve India's worst problems?

India has big problems with dirty streets and corruption. Dense, overpopulated, urban communities have led to huge issues with sanitation, and according to Transparency International's corruption index, more than half of Indians say they've paid a bribe in the last year.

In Bangalore though, India's "Silicon Valley", there are people who think that tech can be the solution to India's problems. But in a country where just over 11% of the population are connected to the internet, is this really possible?

#BBCtrending's Mukul Devichand took a trip to Bangalore, India to find out.

Produced, filmed and edited by Benjamin Zand.

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