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They discuss the BJP campaign,I have been playing football for the past 19 years and so I don?till rising of the court?but did not spare her the fine For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Parthasarathi Biswas | Pune | Published: December 9 2015 12:28 am Related News While Infosyians in Bengaluru have made a smooth transition from private vehicles to public transport their counterparts in the Hinjewadi software park in Pune are still waiting to do so Like the other four lakh-odd software professionals commuting to Hinjewadi they continue to navigate their way through horrendous traffic jams that show no signs of improving soon U Ramadas Kamath executive vice-president at Infosys who is in charge of the company’s infrastructure and facilities says the public transport body in the city has failed to respond to numerous letters written by the company to improve public transport and connectivity to the software park On an average over four lakh employees commute to the Hinjewadi IT park from various parts of Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad Although the area boasts of world-class office infrastructure it is still a commuter’s nightmare Unending traffic jams stretching for hours are the norm One of the main reasons for traffic jams here is the large number of private vehicles both four-wheelers and two-wheelers which clog the road mostly during the morning and evening hours Planners and the technology companies have been talking about sustainable transport to reduce the vehicular population but as Kamath says it has failed to materialise “In Bengaluru the public transport body has started point-to-point Volvo bus services from the Electronic City The service has been hugely popular with the over two lakh employees of the Electronic City who have embraced it” says Kamath adding that these services have helped decongest the roads there In Pune Kamath says despite numerous correspondences with the public transport body in the city the Pune Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Limited (PMPML) there has been no progress “The Hinjewadi area is not even on the metro routes” he says Incidentally the PMPML used to run 35 buses for Infosys till a few years ago but the number has dropped over the years Anil Pandit a resident of Kharadi says he spends almost an hour in one-way commute to the software park “As I travel on my bike I can meander through the traffic and cut the waiting time by a few minutes” he says Due to unavailability of any form public transport connecting Kharadi to Hinjewadi Pandit says he is forced to travel this distance on his motorbike Although Hinjewadi Industries Association (HIA) has started its own point-to-point shuttle service its ridership is just a fraction of the people working in the software park Anil Pahilwan of HIA says that at present around 10000 software professionals from the member companies use their service which has over 100 buses plying on 82 routes However the software professionals say the service is not viable for many of them Preeti Rautela says that since the bus picks up people from fixed points it becomes a security issue for women employees at night “Also due to the fixed timings of the buses many of us cannot adjust our working hours The frequency of these buses should increase”she says On its part the PMPML says it has increased the frequency and number of buses on various routes connecting Hinjewadi Kailash Gawde traffic manager operations at PMPML says they run over 115-120 buses in Hinjewadi “Our buses reach till phase III of the IT Park” he says Asked about the reduction of the number of dedicated bus services Gawde says they have in fact increased the frequency on the normal routes used by IT professionals and claims the ridership on these buses is good For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aamir Khan | Mumbai | Published: January 29 2016 5:00 am Related News Advocate General Shrihari Aney says he foresees the rise of more political units in Vidarbha seeking statehood which could create problems for all political parties Aney who took over as the AG four months ago has been a vocal supporter of a separate state for Vidarbha for long given his roots in the region The demand for a separate state is only likely to gather more momentum and Aney says he would also exert pressure on Delhi in the future on this count According to Aney his conviction and belief on this was based on what he reckons was the partisan and discriminatory treatment meted out to Vidarbha “Unless it becomes a state the problems cannot be addressed And the Constitution in Article Two and Three has outlined steps on how states have to be created There is also a lot of disparity in opinions on the subject Despite that the Constitution provides for steps If there is a need then why not In the foreseeable future pressure of our demand will be mounted on Delhi” he told The Indian Express in an interview Already small “start-ups” comprising his supporters have been formed “If there is strength in representation then it will be given consideration I also see the rise of greater political units in Vidarbha creating a lot of problems for political parties including the ruling party It needs not merely public disaffection but voicing of political opinions I have been suggesting referendum; the method of dialogue Take popular vote if 51 per cent don’t support it do not make it” Aney said Four months into his current assignment Aney who is known for his legal acumen insists on retaining his conviction and ideology Aney 65 took over from Sunil Manohar a Nagpur-based senior lawyer who resigned in June seven months after he had taken over as AG Born in 1950 in Pune Aney completed his schooling in Jamshedpur (then Bihar now in Jharkhand) He later completed his BCom from Wadia College in Pune and then studied law at Indian Law Society’s Law School in Pune “I see myself as a Marathi manoos My mother is from Pune I studied in Pune I do not see the conflict If asked to choose I would say it is a completely irrelevant matter of choice” says Aney He calls himself “conscience keeper” of all those voicing the same opinion The role he clarifies is being discharged by several others “I am someone who expresses on behalf of the people their sentiments deeper anxieties Not necessarily a leader but a conscience keeper” he insists For Aney it was a difficult to take up the AG’s job given the conflicts involved But the CM pointed out to him as to how many such occasions would arise “Won’t I advise the government if need be he asked I said yes He felt if I was going to discharge my duties with the best of my ability then why not take it up But if at all a situation does arise I cannot compromise on my conviction” says Aney His reluctance was also owing to the fact that he had slowed down on his private practice and was spending more time with family traveling reading and painting “I am involved in the political cause of Vidarbha and the disengagement was difficult” he says Aney denies any affiliation toward a political party but refers to his proximity to the ruling party The office was vacant he points out and it was clear that the government needed someone whom they could rely on to take over “Considering the closeness to the government and its large political constituencies in Vidarbha I took the responsibility” he says “My advice in terms of the proposed action against Shobhaa De was respected by the Speaker The government has worked on my advice to sort out the problem of illegal structures The issue had been hanging for many years There are considerations but the government accepted the advice” says Aney He dealt with the argument of consumption of beef falling in the realm of Right to Privacy It is not he argues Secondly the factual burden in relation to criminal action on the state “And in that scenario the state must assume a minimum amount of responsibility to bring the charge and decide” he says “It is my personal feeling that the courts have been burdened with a great deal of work which is not judicial They are pulling the load of the legislature and the executive” says Aney “Courts are carrying out three functions already Unfortunately there is a change from how bureaucracy saw itself earlier and now There has to be a fine balance between the legislature and the executive Earlier they would work with each other and listen to each other A time for introspection has come” he suggests For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by TV Rajeswar | Published: September 25 2010 8:08 am Related News The Supreme Court has stopped the Allahabad high court from deliveringon the announced date of September 24its much-awaited verdict on the ownership of the disputed land at Ayodhya The Court has agreed to hear the plea on September 28 Justice HL Gokhale has rendered us a great service in ensuring peace prevailspreparing the ground for a peaceful settlement Justice Gokhale observed thatif there was even a 1 per cent chance of a settlementit should be given a try As the former chief justice of the Allahabad high courtwhere he had a distinguished tenureJustice Gokhale knows the ground realities and the stakes involved During my term as governor of Uttar Pradesh from 2005 to 2009I had occasion to visit the Ayodhya-Faizabad complex soon after the Lashkar-e-Toibas attack on the makeshift temple was thwarted by security forces posted around it The Ayodhya complex and the Faizabad area have a large number of temples and masjids strewn all over; this dispute is about one particular site thereeven though after the 1992 demolition of the Babri Masjid claims and counter-claims were made regarding the site of the Ram temple There is also a proposal for the reconstruction of the Babri Masjid at the exact spot where it was brought down I saw the diggings of the Archeological Survey of India at the sitein front of the makeshift temple The pits were dug right up to ground level to examine if there were traces of a historical temple Reports appeared that the ASI had found what was possibly the basement of a Hindu temple in their exploratory diggings; but what the report that the ASI sent to the court finally said is not clear One of the three judges on the high court benchJustice DV Sharmais due for retirement on October 1and whether he has to be given an extension is being examined by the apex court This writer knew Justice Sharmaas law secretary of the UP government He was known to be a very strict man If I remember correctlyhe chose to remain single and cooked his own meals He used to take his own water-bottle to the office and did not drink either tea or coffee The apex court has called the attorney-general to make a submission on the issue when the case comes up before it on September 28 The home ministry may have to take the initiative by assembling a dharam sansad on one side and the Waqf Board on the other and whoever else are stakeholders in the case for ownership of the site Eventuallyit has to be a mutual settlement with full understanding between the two parties They need to come to a compromisein the highest traditions of the country There is ample land available at the site which could accommodate both the construction of a new temple as well as the construction of a new masjid The ownership issue could well be side-stepped if both parties could agree upon specific sites on which their respective constructions could in due course come up IshwarAllahtero naam used to be sung at Mahatma Gandhis prayer meetings In that Gandhian spiritHindus should contribute for the construction of a new masjid and Muslims should likewise contribute for the construction of a new Ram mandir Let peace continue to prevail in the Ayodhya-Faizabad areathe state of UPand in the country as a whole It isthereforeearnestly hoped that the Supreme Courts initiative at the instance of Justice HL Gokhale results in healthy and happy developments The writer is a former IB chief and governor of SikkimWest Bengal and UP For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: October 19 2015 10:27 am ‘Die Hard’ star Bruce Willis mocked Donald Trump during a visit to “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (Source: Reuters) Related News ‘Die Hard’ star Bruce Willis mocked Donald Trump during a visit to “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” The 60-year-old actor sported a blonde wig reminisce of the Republican presidential candidate’s hair reported Ace Showbiz “What’s going on with the hair” Jimmy Fallon asked his guest “It suddenly has just seemed to grow exponentially and I was a blonde when I was a kid” Willis responded The host then showed clips of the actor sporting the blonde hair in his iconic roles in such movies as “Armageddon” “Die Hard” and “Pulp Fiction” Share This Article Related Article 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