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Bengaluru youth jumps to death in Mumbai, live streams on Face...

A 23-year-old youth hailing from Bengaluru committed suicide on Monday by jumping from the 19th floor of Taj Lands End Hotel in city's Bandra neighbourhood. He posted the act on Facebook Live. Initial investigations revealed that the victim, Arjun Bhardwaj, ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

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BJP encourages women in distress to approach police

The youth wing of Mumbai BJP today launched a campaign to encourage women and girls facing harassment and sexual violence to approach police with their complaints without any hesitation. "Police Tai-Majhi Aai" (policewomen are our mothers) seeks to instill ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Canada officer who trained Mumbai cops, wanted to fulfil his

Satyanand Gaitonde, a Close Protection Officer with a security agency in Canada, who has been providing soft skills training to Mumbai police personnel here for the last few months, says he took up this task in order to serve his country, a wish harboured by ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Victorias banned, rehab of men and horses still a far cry

Families who used to make a living out of driving the famed ‘Victorias’ in Mumbai struggle to make ends meet. IMAGE: In June 2015, the high court directed the Mumbai's civic body to put a complete stop on the Victorias, brining an end to the  rhythmic trots of the horses. Photograph: PTI Photo It is over a year since Mumbai’s iconic horse-driven carriages, famed as Victorias, have been banned by the Bombay high court, holding their operation as cruelty to animals.
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Traffic cops push for 'evidence-based' policing in Mumbai

The Mumbai Traffic Police is working to set up an 'evidence-based' policing system to prevent arguments between policemen and road rule offenders. In this regard, the traffic police department has already installed CCTVs at most of the vital spots, introduced ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Hyderabad: Three ISIS suspects detained, questioning underway

The Hyderabad Police on Wednesday detained three persons suspected to be members of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). The terrorists were exposed by a television channel yesterday. An investigation has been initiated and the suspects are being ...
 Sify1 week ago
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137 police officers transferred in Maharashtra

In a major reshuffle in the Maharashtra police department, the government has transferred 137 officers, including from the Indian Police Service (IPS) and the SP-level officers. The order for the transfers was issued last night, a state Home department ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Maharashtra: 137 police officers transferred by govt  DNA3 weeks ago
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Uber Sues Taxi Unions For Rs 12 Cr Over Strikes; Bombay HC Says Unions Cannot Stop Uber From Plying On Roads

The issue of strikes by taxi drivers have been bothering Uber India for a while. Recently, taxi unions in Delhi-NCR declared a strike against Uber/Ola, which caused much unrest among passengers, and forced both Uber and Ola to negotiate. But, it seems Uber ...
 Trak.in1 month ago

Cheers to jugaad!

Following the Supreme Court ruling against liquor being sold within 500 metres of state and national highways, the infamous Indian jugaad is in play once again. Veenu Sandhu, Nikita Puri, Ranjita Ganesan & Avishek Rakshit find out how India is coping. The man who fought against liquor shops on highways Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com On March 31, guests staying at a five-star in Gurugram were taken by surprise when the hotel staff came frantically knocking on their doors. After a ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Truckers association calls off strike set to start at midnight today

The All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC), India's largest truckers and transport association, withdrew its call for a nationwide truck strike that was to start at Saturday midnight, a few hours from now. Malkit Singh Bal of the AIMTC said this was the ...
 DNA1 month ago
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