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'good' old bangalore anymore?
Dec 06, 2005 05:19 PM 2155 Views
(Updated Dec 06, 2005 05:21 PM)

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I remember when we were filling up forms after 12th standard, wondering which city to apply for colleges, the common consensus was always Bangalore. all the guys in class wanted to come to Bangalore to study Engineering, the gals all wanted to get in somewhere, take up a place together and just chill for the best yrs of our lives. parents were happy coz we chose Bangalore, close to home (considering I passed my 12th from Ooty), good clean city, always have some relatives around and fairly safe place to be.


all good things come to an end.


i dont believe this is the same city I once loved to bits. the clean air that I loved breathing in, no longer exists. a walk down brigades would definitley mean you have been groped by atleast 10 filthy looking men. good old Plaza too shut down! now we the newest entrant, the 'moral police' of Bangalore dictating till what time we should party. I mean I find it funny why no bar and club owners have taken this matter to court, on what grounds has this kind of policing come about. my right to go out and have a fun night with my frnds is considered obscene now and permeating violence in the city. I wonder how safe the city has become over the past couple of months. house parties are the talk of the town, so now the cops hound you at home because you are obviously disturbing your neighbours. so whats the solution I say. let the cops do their job of protecting, leave the judgement making decision with the public- one of our fundamental rights I think, the right to expression? let authority end and freedom of right begin! and who actually is framing these rules of public morality, I would love to know, and is this applicable to all sections of the society equally? I think there are more pressing issues at hand for the government and the police to handle so leave the non issues like dancing, singing and judging till what time you can drink aside and get back to your actual work!


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