Being a diehard Punekar, hearing criticism, even positive criticism at that, is a bit tough. However, if we truly love Pune, then we need to look at what we need to work on in order to grow and prosper.
Emily was taken in by RESQ Charitable Trust from the streets of Pune, when she was in critical condition after delivering a baby.
Haaziq Kazi, a 12-year-old Pune boy has discovered a sustainable solution to solving the ocean waste, and if implemented correctly, we are looking at a definite solution to saving and protecting our mother Earth.
Pune boasts of several amazing libraries, reading halls, and groups, however, none are on par with one name- British Council Library.
Home to several amazing artists as well as memorable art, Pune is fast becoming a popular name in the country’s art scene. Painters, Photographers, Writers, Musicians, we’re bursting with some amazing artists, no longer known as just the Medical, IT and Engineering city, we are so much more!
Repeat after me- A freelancer is not free.
A lot of historical spots are peppered all across Pune city. A perfect balance of traditional and modern, our city has it all. Holding history and utility in both hands is Mahatma Phule Mandai, or as Punekars lovingly address it- Mandai.
I first visited Pune in 1989, hunting for a place in the BCS program of Fergusson College. I walked from Lakshmi Road (where I was staying) to FC, and beyond and back every day. In those days, I can honestly say the University of Pune was pretty much the end of buzzing social life. Areas beyond that were developing and settling.
Five reasons why Pune needs a Metro… Now!
The history behind Pune’s roads.