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Old 23rd July 2006, 22:54   #16
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We proud of you and you have proved that you are the real citizen of India,I salute you and your parents.Keep it up man.All the best fm me.
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Old 23rd July 2006, 23:26   #17
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.... Swell JOb man!... KUdos to you!
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Old 24th July 2006, 01:26   #18
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Originally Posted by hkanitkar
I parked my car on side, got out and helped her cross the road.
It seems you were lucky for not getting a ticket for wrong parking!!!...
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Old 8th August 2006, 20:17   #19
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I am posting this picture. The traffic was flowing on the other side as you can see, but it was a bit slow due to some procession sort of thing. But traffic getting slow is not so rare in cities. I was totally caught by surprise when i saw this in front. I was clicking some pictures of the procession and this was the only vehichle which took the wrong side. I wonder whether its an ambulance painted wrong!!
Whos held responsible ever?
Based on the increase in traffic in recent years, can we do anything to cope up with this? Can we ever have cities in international standard
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Old 9th August 2006, 11:17   #20
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There are bigger problems to than just looking for identity of the policeman. I have witnessed many a cases which even the police find it bizare

if you find 2 policemen in the suburbs or on the highways, checking for license or whatever with 2 wheelers etc, then better check on them. many are not real.

the real police sometimes get compliants on these fake cops. .
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Hats off to you Hkanitkar, you did a good job. That cop, ask him if he has passed his Xth and how much he had bribed to get into the police force. He will know those answers better than telling him that you did a help in the name of humanity.

Those guys are not worth talking to. I have however met very good cops, but these idiots are the ones who listen not to you or your words, but to the shape and size and number of notes you show them. so ignore them and continue your good service.
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Old 25th August 2006, 14:13   #22
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Originally Posted by karthik247
Well.....thats how the cops are in India pal! Some of them are just very low lying b*******!!!

And there ain't a damn thing we can do about it

Well Karthik, not "some"...99.99999999999999% of them qualify to category you mentioned above.
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