A streetside glimpse of India from Bangalore - no paid news, no lobbying, no plants, no stringing along - just pure viewpoints. My own political education. Satire Alert (At times)!
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Is this the narrowest footpath in the world? In Bangalore? Seen anything narrower than this - not couting places where there are no footpaths?
Ah ! That fly-over !! And the sidewalk !!!
Hey thats the route i take to office everyday......People mostly walk along the road inside of taking this footpath....And you also have vehicles coming in the opposite direction(it is a one way)..Mostly people from the HAL quarters....
You missed something else with this flyover. It has a bus stop on the flyover which doesn't have a footpath or platform for the passengers to stand!! 1) People waiting for city bus occupy one lane of the flyover during peak hours2) Traffic coming from K'mangala comes to a halt whenever the BMTC bus drivers apply their sort parallel parking at the beginning of the flyover.
Pretty Good! Think there are a couple in Mumbai that may compete, will try & get photo the next time around:)
ha ha ha ha! Oh, you just wouldn't believe it if I told you. Neelakantan. As I read the title of your post in my RSS reader, I said to myself, man you've got to have a look at the footpath just outside where I live, that's the narrowest one in India. And would you know it, it's the exact same footpath in the pic :-) I'm getting real nostalgic looking at the pic. Time to stop goofing off at work and to pack up for home.Take care and keep blogging.ArifPs. Would love to hear your take on the recent string of Financial Institution collapses in USA.
Thanks guys. It looks like this footpath takes the cake. Will keep an eye out for more :)
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