Leftist traffic in hyderabad

Its not a new thing to say it again. God knows when people in these Indian cities (particularly Hyderabad) know, actually follow and implement, the traffic rules and traffic sense. Everywhere, from gallies(streets) to main roads, they cant help themself forming parallel lines on. Its so disgusting. Did you notice, wherever, you have to take a left side road, at a junction, you will have to rely on the mercy of main line’s green signal, because, everybody move left-wards until they block that side of the traffic. So annoying. It includes, city buses, four wheelers and two wheelers. Nobody is good at keeping this thing right.
And finally, if one reaches the destination doing all that bad-driving, he/she has nothing so important that demands them to be like that on the road, at least I can say 90% of them have no so important things that might affect if they were a little late say, 30 minutes or so.
Nobody cares about this thing. Fortunately Hyderabad have wide roads if you compare with the rest of the cities, and we still muddle with the traffic problems, because of this attitude problem. I want to see a nice people queued up for the signal rather than messing it up on the road, and getting everybody including himself frustrated.

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  1. POONAM (unregistered) on September 3rd, 2006 @ 6:41 am

    Media’s role in secular India stressed

    Special Correspondent

    Chief Minister, Telugu Desam Party president attend Owaisi family’s Urdu daily launch function

    FOR ONE AND ALL: Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy and TDP president N. Chandrababu Naidu with the Owaisi brothers at the launch of the new Urdu daily `Etemaad’ at the Majlis party headquarters in Hyderabad on Monday. Photo: Mohd. Yousuf

    HYDERABAD: Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy has urged new Urdu daily Etemaad, which was launched here on Monday, to help build a strong and secular India.

    Speaking at a function here on Monday evening after handing over the first copy to Burhanuddin Owaisi, Chief Editor, Dr. Reddy underlined the importance of media in sustaining democracy.

    Earlier, the daily was launched by Hazrath Shah Agha Mohammad Dawood Saheb Qibla Abul-Ulaai, Sajjada Nasheen Dargah Hazrath Shah Mohammad Hasan Sahab Qibla in the presence of Dr. Reddy, Telugu Desam president N. Chandrababu Naidu and Sultan Salahuddin Owaisi, president of the AIMIM, whose family owns the daily.

    Referring to the title of the daily, the Chief Minister said it would bring in a lot of confidence in “everyone of us.”

    Part of ethos: YSR

    Urdu is spoken by a large of number of people and is part of “our ethos and culture.”

    Mr. Naidu said that a free press was essential for proper functioning of democracy. Print and electronic media had become its indispensable limbs. He was confident that the daily would be a “super hit and a super success.”

    Mr. Owaisi asserted that daily would try to remove ignorance among the people.

    The Chief Editor said “Etemaad” would be independent and act as the voice of the poor.

    Information Minister Mohd. Ali Shabbir spoke.

    Minorities Welfare Minister Mohd. Fareeduddin, CPI(M) floor leader N. Narasimaiah, CPI floor leader Ch. Venkata Reddy, and Moulana Mohd. Hameeduddin Hussami Aaqil, Ameer Millat Islamia, attended the function.



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