I happened to come to this Wiki page on a colleagues suggestion and noticed that there were a lot of mistakes - both in the spellings and grammar of the article. So got down and fixed some of these.
The major changes that I made are as follows:
Still have lots of editing to go, so will appreciate any help. Also, after editing, please add changes made to this page. Would make it a lot easier to review the content and enhance the quality of the main Pune page listing.
Just wanted to know when should we add separate links and when should the text itself be a link? I saw the New York City article which is a guide article and they have used both at different places. Just wanted to clear some doubts, so that we could have a more consistent flow.
saurabhj 11:30, 30 September 2006 (IST)
i've edited a fair bit
i've edited a fair bit of the article on pune and the listings are complete. i think that it deserves the status of a star, perhaps with a bit of more editing. i'm currently not signed in but my ID is upamanyuwikitravel.
Moved these from the main page, but maybe still useful...
Cacahuate 07:21, 10 December 2006 (EST)
Dude, Upamanyu, I appreciate your enthusiasm, but please don't put up photos of somewhere else and claim that it is Pune. It is the sort of thing that will only get Wikitravel made fun of. — Ravikiran 00:56, 14 December 2006 (EST)
Could someone post some information on Public/Private libraries in Pune. I am sure that since Pune has been a students' city and is also called the cultural capital of maharashtra - there must be some good libraries around but being new to the city, i am not able to locate one...Thanks in advance. --Phaedreus 05:00, 30 May 2007 (EDT)
Not a single thing here is for the traveller. I'm going to torch the whole section. Pune University and Fergusson College are already listed in the See section, but the Learn section is supposed to be places that offer short classes that a traveller could do, right? Not a comprehensive list of every business school, trade school, and college around. If you put it back, please enter into discussion. Texugo 22:07, 28 February 2008 (EST)
Lots of copyright violations
I just removed some of the Understand section, the infobox about peths, and a lot of descriptions from the Get Out section because they were all copied verbatim from other websites (I listed which ones in the edit descriptions). In the case of the infobox, I compared the article histories, and that text existed on Wikipedia before it came here. In the other cases, Google searches of the text brought up other sites, many of them government sites, and did not bring up Wikitravel, suggesting to me that their addition to Wikitravel happened later. If you have any information to the contrary, please note it here before adding the text back in. Texugo 23:22, 28 February 2008 (EST)
Isn't about time to Districtify Pune - it is getting rather large, with lots of district listings. -- Huttite 03:47, 22 January 2009 (EST)
saurabhj 01:08, 16 August 2009 (IST)
What are Sizzlers and why do they have their own section? -- Huttite 03:54, 22 January 2009 (EST)
The page had a list of newspapers. I did not find any other pages having a list of newspapers. So removing that section and putting it here. Just incase anybody needs it later.
saurabhj 00:24, 16 August 2009 (IST)
What is the reason for including all of these training institutes in a Travel Guide? Shep 03:27, 21 February 2010 (EST)
Balaji Institute of Telecom Management (BITM) (formerly known as Indian Centre for Telecom and Management (ICTM))  Among top 3 Telecom and Management Institute in India. Rated as 'A++' Grade B-School in India (Source: Business India, Nov, 1 2009)
Balaji Institute of Human Resource and Management (BIMHRD) (formerly known as Indian Centre for Management and Human Resource Development (ICMHRD)  Rated as 'A++' Grade B-School in India (Source: Business India, Nov, 1 2009)
College of Engineering Pune (COEP): COEP was Established in 1854 and is an autonomous institute of the Government of Maharashtra, COEP is one of the most sought after engineering colleges in the country (by students and employers alike). COEP is the only one in its league to sport its own boat club. In 2004 the college celebrated its 150 years anniversary and the function was addressed by his Excellency Dr. Abdul Kalam, Honourable ex-President of India.
Deccan College Postgraduate and Research Institute: Offers postgraduate degress and PhD in the fields named Linguistics and Archeology.
Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Pune:Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Pune a highly commendable private institute, occupies a place of pride amongst the premier technical institutes of the western region of India. Established in year 1983, financed and run by the Bansilal Ramanath Agrawal Charitable Trust,Pune. It is affiliated to Pune University. Within two decades, the institute marched towards the pinnacle of glory through its remarkable achievements and laurels in the field of engineering education of a high calibre.The institute offers Undergraduate,Postgraduate and Doctoral (Ph.D.) programs in Engineering.. It has six full-fledged departments having nine branches with faculty who are motivated with a quest to promote engineering and technical education. The faculty members are constantly training themselves by participating in and presenting papers at various national programs in their field of specialisation.
Sinhgad College of Engineering (SCOE): SCOE was established in the year 1996 – 1997 offering 4 – years degree courses in Information Technology, Computer, Electronics & Telecommunication, Mechanical, Chemical, Civil Engineering and Production Engineering.
Sinhgad Institute of Management:Sinhgad Institute of Management has set precedence with its excellent academic track record and unique teaching learning process. SIOM was established in the year 1994 with the MBA Programme. Now it has added six more courses to its repertoire. More details about Sinhgad Institutions on 
Listings with no address
There are enough listings that we don't need to clutter it up with listings that are missing addresses. Here are ones I pulled from the article. Texugo 08:26, 1 January 2011 (EST)