MUMBAI: Law-enforcers may have found a way to prevent drunk drivers from sending a dummy to impersonate them in court. A mobile app, linked to new-age breath-analyzers, can capture a photo of the offender while he takes the test. The report can be ... Times of India, 1 month ago
MUMBAI: A Kurla magistrate on Friday refused bail to legal executive Janhavi Gadkar in a case where she is accused of killing two persons after crashing her car into a taxi on the eastern freeway on June 8. She will continue to remain in jail and ...Times of India, 2 months ago Demand for chauffeurs on the rise after Janhavi Gadkar drunk-driving mishap Economic Times, 2 months ago Audi crash: Court to decide on Janhavi's bail plea today Times of India, 2 months ago
What do we need to do to ensure that a woman's celebratory "cheers" do not become someone else's tears -- a few hours later, asks Malavika Sangghvi For reasons hitherto unexplored, the image of a hard drinking woman has undergone a sea change in the past few decades in India. Those familiar with the stereotyping of the film industry of yore will recall numerous movies in which Nadira, playing the vamp, would be rarely seen without her bottle of "Scaatch" and slurring vowels. Women who drank ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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