Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Documentary film on plight of sewerage workers

In a unique venture, the civic employees union here has produced a documentary film titled "Kacharakondi" to highlight the plight and sub-human conditions of sewerage workers with a view to create an awareness about the ills plaguing public health system.

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The Medicine Man

Outrageously Funny. I almost died laughing after reading this hilarious piece. Presenting you the Medicine Man live and direct from the Himalayas.

# Look out for Shankar bhagwan emerging out of the Himalayas
# Look out for all the known species of animals going haywire over Himalayas.
# Lastly, comment on your fav. line from the writeup.

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Welcome on board Mr.Lawson

Get ready for the new fast and furious. With Pakistan appointing Geoff Lawson, former Australian fast bowler, their new coach; we can expect the old ghosts to haunt us again. Pakistan has produced some illustrious fast bowlers over a period with names like Sarfraz Nawaz, Imran Khan, Waqar Younis, Wasim Akram (the greatest left-arm fast bowler ever to play the game), Mohd. Asif and Shoaib Akhtar. The list keeps on adding every year. I always wondered the way Pakistan excavated high-quality fast bowlers at will and at regular intervals. It is a no brainer for us to think what their toe-crushing yorkers or their bouncers did to our batsmen.

Lately, with the exception of Mohd. Asif the Pakistan bowlers had ceased to pose any threat to any of our batsmen. They were nowhere near the class of the earlier mentioned crop, neither they had the tenacity to work hard and come out stronger. However, with Lawson at the helm of affairs, Indian batsmen's nightmares resurface again. They would also want to take their protective gear out and start practice facing yorkers and bouncers. Irrespective of nationality, and thinking purely in terms of cricket, there is no better sight in world cricket than a tear away fast bowler up against the best batsmen with speed, accuracy and hostility. The sight of flaying bails and walking stumps does not get any better. Bring it on, Mr. Lawson.

About Pakistan's new coach: Geoff Lawson has a histroy of working with bowlers like Glenn McGrath, Brett Lee, Stuart Clark and Nathan Bracken. He has mentored Mark Taylor and Steve Waugh when he was captaining New South Wales team. A brief coaching stint again with New South Wales from 1995-1997, saw the team finish on fifth and third position. Lawson is a qualified level 3 coach.

Friday, July 06, 2007

Jos Search in Pune

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Vinay Yadav
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PMC goes online

Get your civic problems solved within 72 hours by lodging complaints via Internet. This is a claim from PMC

"PUNE: Pothole at your doorstep or water-logging on the road to your residence? Just log on to and get the problem fixed within 72 hours.

That's what the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has promised under its citizen-friendly initiative in association with the Citizens’ Empowerment Forum (CEF).Complaints related to roads, water-logging, uneven manholes or choked drains can be reported on the website.
Municipal commissioner Pravinsinh Pardeshi said complaints registered on the website will be transferred to the concerned junior engineers and contractors via SMS."

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You can rent a motorcycle in Pune

Renting a motorcycle will be easier now.

"PUNE: A motorcycle on hire! Yes, that's what you will be able to do under the rent-a-motorcycle service, which is expected to become operational in the city soon. The scheme is awaiting clearance from the regional transport authority (RTA), after which it will be implemented in Pune and Solapur. Speaking to TOI on Thursday, Sarjerao Shelke, deputy regional transport officer, Pimpri-Chinchwad, said that the state transport authority had given the clearance to Kinetic Marketing and Services, a Kinetic group concern, to start the service in both the cities. A permit to operate the motorcycles will be given after approval from the RTA. Shelke said the company had applied for registration of 20 motorcycles initially, the fleet will be increased to 50 in the next six months."

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Monday, July 02, 2007 - A complete portal for Punekars

Hi All,

I have been trying to make a complete portal for Pune people. Though the website is still under heavy construction, i would like you all to have a look and leave your comments/suggestions.

Presently this website features:

  • Blog for each member
  • Full featured Classified system
  • Latest jobs available in Pune (in association with
  • Business Directory
  • Upcoming Events
And many other such useful information.

The fact that separates this website from others is that - this website allows active member participations in all online activities. One can comment on posts, post blog, post classifieds, inform about upcoming events, etc

Please visit and send your comments at

Vinay Yadav