Former President Pratibha Patil is no stranger to controversies, especially when they are related to liberal use of government resources and making unreasonable demands.
Unable to cope with the demands of his daily route Cab Driver, Manager at a leading software company here has finally resigned. He plans to commute by BMTC buses for remaining days of his notice period.
As per Minister for Road Transport and Highways Mr. Nitin Gadkari, the proposed road transport and safety bill will provide additional safety measures for commuters as well as traffic police.
Taking cognizance of changing financial and social landscape, the Eunuch-groups or more commonly known as Kinnars are now contemplating extending EMI facility to those customers who cannot meet their huge monetary demands at auspicious occasions such as marriage and birthday.
Indian economy is not in good shape and it is taking time to pick itself up. But that’s not the main worry for Vinod, 32 year old IT engineer in Wipelow’s Pune office. Vinod is more worried about US economy not taking right turns.
Metro services came to a standstill today when a young boy, Mohit Setalelo, offered his seat to another passenger. A boy got up and offered his seat to a fellow passenger. From that moment there was chaos in the compartment and the train had to be stopped to quell the pandemonium.
Mrs. Kalyani, a resident of GG Nagar, collapsed with shock on Mount Road when an SUV halted to let her cross the main intersection with ease. She was immediately rushed to a hospital where she is now recovering.
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Rahul and Sonam who got married last week are more than happy about the way things turned out for them. The couple met just a month ago at Sonam’s place as their parents arranged a meet-up for them. Apparently, they liked each other enough and agreed to get married.
For BMTC bus conductor Manjunath Gowda, it was a normal day. He was happy to see bus getting overloaded up to two hundred percent of it’s capacity when he was having breakfast with the bus driver Nagesh.