व्यासपीठ पुणेकरांचे

हा ब्लॉग म्हणजे पुणेकरांचं व्यासपीठ आहे. तुम्हाला पडलेले प्रश्‍न, तुमच्या समस्या सुचलेली उत्तरं, पाहिलेलं चांगलं काही आणि कोणाच्या तरी पाठीवर मारायची थाप... हे सारं तुम्ही इथे "शेअर' करू शकता. पोस्ट, फोटो आणि व्हिडिओ साऱ्यांचंच इथे स्वागत आहे.अट फक्त एकच एखाद्यानं मांडलेल्या समस्येवर, प्रश्‍नावर इतरांनी उत्तरं सुचवायची!

संडे स्पेशल

अवतीभवती घडणारं काही खास...निवडक म्हणजे "ई सकाळ'चं संडे स्पेशल. सरत्या आठवड्यातील चर्चेची घटना आणि मराठी साहित्यात पदार्पण केलेलं नवं कोरं पुस्तक, असे दर आठवड्याला स्पेशल विषय. खास संडे स्पेशलमध्ये.

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ठिकाण : १, वाहतूक नियमभंग : ४, मिनिटे : ७ !



एकाच ठिकाणी म्हणजे पुण्याच्या सारसबागेच्या परिसरात वेगवेगळ्या नागरिकांनी केवळ सात मिनिटांच्या कालावधीत वाहतुकीचे नियम सर्रास धाब्यावर कसे बसविले, याची ही झलक. सार्वजनिक जीवनात स्वयंशिस्तीने वागायचेच नाही, अशीच वृत्ती या चारही छायाचित्रांतून दिसत नाही काय? वाहने चालवितानाची नागरिकांची ही बेशिस्त टिपली आहे छायाचित्रकार योगेश जाधव यांनी !

23 comments:

  1. Anonymous said...
     

    he photo tya bhagatil policana dakhva ani tyanchyakadunach fine vasool karava ... niyam todnaryana na pakdlyabaddal !!!!

  2. Avhanekar said...
     

    very good work

  3. Anonymous said...
     

    public transport chagla ani swast naslya mule nailajane niyam palta yet nahit. adhi soi purvavyat mag niyam karavet!

  4. Mangesh said...
     

    aho kaka, tumhi public transport changala naahi mhanata. Manya! pun tyamule aapalya jeevala ka dhoka? Maazyakade videos aahet "pravesh banda" madhun jaanaryanche. Number sahit. Koni action ghenar ka? Inspector Pratibha Joshi aani aamdar Muralidhar Mohol yanni ashwasan dile hote khare.

  5. Anonymous said...
     

    Kadachit saglyana apale President Kalam yanche Hyaderabad madhale bhashan pathvale pahije... aare niyam todnare tumhi.. aadhi niyam palayala shika mag bola sukh soyinche....

  6. Anonymous said...
     

    Till the moment Politicans owns shops of selling two wheelers in Pune and same politicians will not allow to improve public transport we can not aviod this in Pune. At the same time Police should act very strictly and should not look for personal interest or just complete target of collection.

  7. Ajit said...
     

    What we as Indians lack is a little "Honesty" and "Self-discipline". It is OUR responsibility to look after ourselves as we know that neither our Politicians nor our Police have time. So instead of blaming anyone else lets take efforts and make our roads safe.

  8. A driver said...
     

    Privatization of traffic police department leading to yearly contracts to different govt. associated trained agencies for regulating traffic... something similiar based on concept of cashless computerized toll naka could be a possible answer.

    This could also reduce shortage of traffic policemen, more employment and may also result in higher revenue for the related department.

    It would be no wonder, if everyone would start obeying rules because of personal money loss.

    What say?

    -A driver

  9. Anonymous said...
     

    What Ajit said is true. There has to be some self discipline.
    Whenever we see the red traffic light how many of us stop ??
    There is no point in puting the blame on politicans, police. If the rule is for us, then we should follow it.
    In united states, there is a fine of $100 for the simple rule breaking (like not following trafic light, speeding, etc). Its a big amount compared to the monthly salary ($3000-$3500). I think the Pune police will follow the same, then there will be discipline. The rule is simple, if you break it the fine will be Rs 10000. If Pune police make this rule, then how may people will break the rule. I understand the police will try to make money through 'compramise', but if the fine is Rs. 10000, then the compramise will be Rs 2000. And how many times Punekar will give that.
    But again, when the name PUNE comes, then the question who will understand ? who will follow the rulw? why? why only me????
    Mhanunach Punekara tula salam!!

  10. Anonymous said...
     

    Mala itkyat Shrilanka ani Nepal la kama mule jave lagale, thithali rastya varachi shist ani vahatuk policanchi traffic varachi karadi najar bhabghun mala swathala Bharatiya mhanachi laj vatali.
    Hya donhi deshynchi arth vyawastha aplya madati mule chalate, ththalya gadya sathi lagnare petrol pan apanch tedo.
    Mala ase vatate, jar policana swatantra(Nalayak Rajakarnya pasoon door) kele tar fakt vahatook nahi baki barech she problem suttil.

  11. Anonymous said...
     

    I think PUNE, PUNEKAR & Pune Traffic will never improve.
    Because most of the Punekar follow a common rule. it is "I will not follow the rule and I will never allow other people to follow it". Pune Police also give their 'valuable contribution' by acceptng bribe, etc.
    Whenever I visit Pune, I always stop at the red trafic light, but then every time I hear horns shouting on me and people look at me as if I am ediot. Now a days also I stop at the red trafic light, but immediately after stoping I switch on the hazard lights so that all these signal breakers stop and blame themselves for stoping behind me (instead of shouting on me!).

  12. Anonymous said...
     

    so what ?

  13. Anonymous said...
     

    In US the fine is not just $100 for breaking signal or speeding, its about $350 and more. you not only have to pay this fine, but also attend an eight hour long class in which they teach you about rules and regulations etc. if you dont attend this class, then they enter your traffic violations in your social security record. social security record is very important as it contains your background info. if you break rules and it come on your social security, then you record gets really bad and this affects in numerous ways. it will take another 100 years in Pune to make such system.

    for now, be responsible, honest , and think about others at least when u r in public places and streets !!

  14. apg5588 said...
     

    I agree with my other friends, but I know that their ideas are absolutely expensive.
    But still we have hope for the same.
    According to my vision,
    State Government should create the post for dummy polices, duty of whome is only to catch the Bribened Traffic police persons.
    The work of dummy police is --
    1. To catch the traffic policeman, who is absent while his duty.
    2. To catch the traffic policeman, who is not performing his duty, as per expectation.
    3. To catch the traffic policeman, who is asking for a bribe.

    For further ideas state govt. or any other person can ask me on : 9823799062 (Akshay)

    My idea is not much more expensive as compair to others.

    Government's revenue will definitely be going to increase.

    This is my pragmatic vision.

  15. captsubh said...
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  16. captsubh said...
     

    मनाचा ब्रेक,उत्तम ब्रेक" असे ब-याच ट्रकसच्या मागे लिहिलेले असते.
    हा मंत्र आपल्या शहरांत/देशात आपण पाळत नसतो म्हणूनच speed breakers व पोलिसांच्या नियंत्रणाची इतकी गरज भासते.
    आपण बेशिस्त traffic बद्दल इतके पाहतो,वाचतो,बोलतो पण संधी मिळाल्यास स्वतःपण मनाचा लगाम शिथिल करतो व कांहीतरी सार्थ केल्याच्या आविर्भावात किंवा guilty feeling लपवत नियमभंग करतो! असे करणारे हजारांत मोडत असल्यामुळे traffic चे कायम तीन तेरा होतात.
    पोलिसांच्याबद्दल लिहावे तितके कमी! कुठलाहि दरारा नाही कारण बहुतेकांचे लक्ष नियम मोडणा-या वाहनचालकांपेक्षा त्यांच्या खिशातून काय चिरीमिरी वसूल करता येइल याकडे असते व त्याबाबत ते अत्यंत हुषार व दक्ष असतात!
    नव्या पोलिस आयुक्तांनी शिस्तीचे नवे धडे घालून दिले,computerisation of traffic violations records सुरू केले पण कितपण सुधारणा झाली?
    नुकताच पुणेप्रतीबिंबमध्ये या पोस्टवर ७ मिनिटांच्या लहान अवधीत नियमभंग करणा-या चार दुचाकीस्वारांचा फ़ोटो आला होता!आता झेब्रा क्रौसींगवरच वाहने उभी असल्याचा व पादचारी झेब्रा क्रौसींगवरून रस्ता पार करण्याच्या ऐवजी त्यापलिकडून पार करत असतांना घेतलेला फ़ोटो आला आहे.
    आपले प्रिय देशवासी परदेशांत रहायला गेले की तेथेच फ़क्त सर्व नियम पाळतात कारण पोलिसांची व मोठ्या दंडाची वा licence गमावून कायम घरी बसण्याची किंवा मायदेशी परत पाठविले जाण्याची भिती असते, पण आपल्याच देशांत मजेत व स्वैरपणे मनमानी करत सर्व नियम धाब्यावर बसवित,लाल दिव्याला धुडकावित वाहने चालवितात!
    अपूरी संख्या असलेले बिच्चारे गरीब पोलिसतरी अशा परिस्थीतीत व धुराड्यात रोज उभे राहून काय करणार?
    किती तिकिट फ़ाडायची उभे राहून?एक पोलिस घाइत असलेल्या अनेक वाहनचालकांना कसा पुरणार? त्यापेक्षा ’समज’ देवून थोडेसे ’मोल” रोख रूपात वसूल केले की सर्वांचाच फ़ायदा!!!तेरीभी चूप,मेरीभी चूप!
    कधी सुधारणार आपण? पुढच्या जन्मी?
    महासत्ता व्हायची आपल्यालाच घाई आहे!!!
    उगाच म्हणत नाहित ’हमारा भारत महान!’
    सुभाष भाटे

  17. Sulabha Bhide said...
     

    Ajit mhanatat te agadee khara aahe .

    Ha ch khara oopay aahe ,oogeech dusaryala kashala dosh dyayacha ?

    Janata hee niyam modayala aanee lach dyayala saravalee aahe he pharach " dangerous " aahe .

    Aapan nehemee paradeshat jaoon neet vaganare bharateey aanee "the yeoon"neet na vaganare bharateey
    ashee tulana karato .
    Pan vastavat he donhee prakarche lok vegale asatat.
    Tithoon yeoon ethe beshist vagatat ase nasate.
    Ethe beshist vaganare anee paradeshat jaoon shisteet vaganarya lokanche ekdam vegale group aahet .
    Sulabha Bhide

  18. Anonymous said...
     

    We shud not fight on the subject whr we behave good or bad. (I mean India or abroad).

    The thing is u need to behave good as Ajit said... being as an Indian ......

  19. Anonymous said...
     

    Aho mangesh ajobo! ethe kunala house ahe apalya jeevashi khelnyachi ?pan yogya transport nasalya mule ani barobar paisa pan kami aslyamule hi kasarat karavi lagte, yacha artha niyam toda asa hot nahi ,mhanun je niyam kartat tyana he suchvavese vatle, paishche song anta yet nahi,mhanun naelajane mhatale,ani polisanna suddha niyam modanarech girhaik have aste nahitar no entry valya gallichya shevti bakara n pakadta gallichya adhi ubhe rahun niyam todu naka sangitle nasate ka? apalya ashiyadpan jevha no entry tun yeun nirapradh lokanche jeev ghetat tyatar sarkari astat na? Tari niyam moda ase mhanayche nahiye !

  20. Anonymous said...
     

    Yes indeed we need self descipline. Another factor is lack of implementation of road safety rules and hard punishment for anyone who is breaking it.

    How many license holders know traffic rules properly? Getting a lisence is a big joke. Even a blind person can get lisence, and one without giving test. The theoretical test should be made compulsary and process a lot strict. Point system should be implemented and license should be suspended immediately. Fines should be trippled. RTO should study the traffic system in other developed country and improve existing system or come up with some better improvements.

    If people deny to follow descipline and wish to behave like lambs then should crack down on them and teach them how humans drive.

  21. Anonymous said...
     

    Hya case madhe, Niyam, Kaayada, public transport, sagale gele khaddyat. Tumhala swatahala akkal nako, gadi kashi chalawayachi, kiti loka basawayachi, chalavatan maan wakadi karoon mobile var na bolayachi. Jo to uthato aani Public Transport Public Transport mhanoon bomba marato, are tumachya khishyatala paisa khulkhultoy mhanoon tumhi gadya gheta. Nusti shista jari lagali na aani driving sense jari aala na tar nimme traffic jam che problems solve hotil. Mi roj 4-wheeler ne Kothrud te Kalyani Nagar pravaas karato. Sagali kade befaam sutalele 2 wheelerwale, riksha wale aani tourist vehicles wale (aani 4 wheelers sudha) kaay padhatine gadya chalawatat. lane kashasathi aaste he mahit nasalya sarakhe. Itaki chidchid hote, mi swatah, lane chi shista aani traffic che sagale niyam palato, pan that all turn in to furstration.

    Punekarana uthata laath aani basata bukki ghalanara konitari bhetala pahije tya shivay sudharnaar nahit. Sagale saale ragel aani nigagatta zaalet, swatahachya baapacha rasta aaslya sarkhe gadya chalawatat. Aani cheharyawar atishay nirlajjya aani udhat bhaav aastat. Rastyat aadve yetat, aani horn wajavala tar chakka muddam durlakshya karoon nighoon jaatat. Ithe police tari kaay ho pure padnaar.

  22. http://driving-india.blogspot.com said...
     

    Almost 10% of the global road traffic accidents occur in India. Much of the world wide web is full of sarcasm & mocking of the indisciplined driving on Indian roads. Unfortunately in since 60 years since independence the authorities have failed to publish a National Highway code. Licences are given to anyone who can demonstrate an ability to use the clutch-accelerator, consequently the motoer driving schools teach just that and no more. Concepts such as - blindspots, principle of MSM, the tyre & tarmac rule, 2 second gap and most improtantly giving way are not known to the average Indian driver.

    This site http://driving-india.blogspot.com/ has been created with the purpose of providing driver education and training to all Indian road users. It is by far the most comprehensive website providing training in defensive driving. Learning simple road habits can make our roads safe and also free up congestion caused by traffic chaos.

    At present 17 driver education videos aimed at changing the driving culture on Indian roads are available. The video are unique in that the footage is real life action from streets of London. We have copied the Western habits: Replaced the dhoti with denim, high rise buildings for Indian cottages, burgers and coke instead of Indian breads and perhaps sugarcane juice. Surely we can copy the Western ways of travelling too.

    To watch the videos, interested readers may visit: http://driving-india.blogspot.com/

    The videos cover the following topics:

    Video 1: Covers the concept of Blind spots
    Video 2: Introduces the principle of Mirrors, Signal and Manoeuvre
    Video 3: At red lights, stop behind the stop line
    Video 4: At red lights there are no free left turns
    Video 5: The Zebra belongs to pedestrians
    Video 6: Tyres and Tarmac (rather than bumper to bumper)
    Video 7: Merging with the Main road
    Video 8: Leaving The Main Road
    Video 9: Never Cut Corners
    Video 10: Show Courtesy on roads
    Video 11: 5 Rules that help deal with Roundabouts
    Video 12: Speed limits, stopping distances, tailgating & 2 seconds rule
    Video 13: Lane discipline and overtaking
    Video 14: Low beam or high beam?
    Video 15: Parallel (reverse parking) made easy
    Video 16: Give the cyclist the respect of a car
    Video 17: Dealing with in-car condensation

    Many thanks

  23. Anonymous said...
     

    Is there anymore information you can give on this subject. It answers a lot of my questions but there is still more info I need. I will drop you an email if I can find it. Never mind I will just use the contact form. Hopefully you can help me further.

    - Robson

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