On our query: Is road rage in Bangalore an unavoidable consequence of chaotic traffic, or does it point to a change in the character of the city? Mayank Rungta writes:

A common reason for frustration is getting stuck at signals when we need to attend a meeting or reach home. Precious time is lost and you are unproductive. In this situation if someone makes a mistake, you are bound to react, and if the mistake is yours you just get defensive. The one thing that aggravates me these days is the heat and the lack of trees. But when I am off my bike and on my bicycle I can go only as fast as my legs let me and I find I am less stressed.

Our question this fortnight: Anna Hazare certainly hopes so, but can a law root out the entrenched corruption in the country?

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ResponseJanuary 13, 2011