The crux of the matter is this- we need an education system in place to help the less fortunate see that the root of nearly all our problems lies in the startling birth rate. Further, we need to implement a policy limiting the number of children a family can consist of, similar to the policy the Chinese decided to withdraw last year.
Just when you thought you had it bad due to the potholes, you now have the drivers to watch out for. Here’s a hilarious account of car drivers you will find in Pune…
“Pune is a small place!” I’m sure you’ve heard this before and you might have said so yourself at some point. In reality though, it’s really not. Pune is filled with all sorts of characters from all over the country. Yet, somehow, the charming city rubs off on all of us in some way or the other, and we soon fall into one of the following types of Punekars! Which one can you relate to?
A Punekar’s rant on Maharashtrian weddings.
Amazing facts about Pune, India.
Five reasons why Pune needs a Metro… Now!