Dusamad, who earned a living by sweeping seven buildings a day along with his 60-year-old wife, is now burdened with the responsibility of taking care of his son's 25-year-old wife and the couple's four children, all aged under nine.
The data also shows that an amount of Rs 303.79 crore lost to thieves and robbers in the last four years could not be recovered by the police. The average recovery rate of Mumbai police in the last four years is 35 per cent.
Chandrabhaga Shinde was among the protesters raising slogans outside Matoshree on Saturday morning, to “prevent” Amravati MP Navneet Kaur Rana and Badnera MLA Ravi Rana from reciting the Hanuman Chalisa outside the Chief Minister’s house.
At around 6 pm Sunday, a person hoisted a saffron flag at the Dulha Gate area, where many residents from a minority community reside. This led to stone pelting by both communities. The police rushed to the spot to control the situation. Two policemen suffered minor injuries.
Mobile thieves or those using stolen phones are having a heyday as out of the total 52,883 phones that were lost, an FIR for stolen or missing phones is registered only in 1,853 cases or just 3.5 per cent of them, shows data obtained under the RTI Act by The Indian Express.
Further, blockchain implementation ensures the immunity of the citizens from any kind of ‘de-platformation’ in the future. In other words, once the information is stored on a blockchain, no one will be able to erase the caste records.
Our major objectives are to help motorists in whatever way required, enforce discipline and enforcement. Second step is analysing road accidents data to prevent such incidents and deploying our scarce resources based on some evidence.
The chief of Maharashtra Highway Traffic Police, Additional Director General Kulwant Sarangal, who took charge two months ago, tells Jayprakash S Naidu on the steps being taken to minimise such incidents and fatalities.
The case pertains to a complaint made by the Angadia association on December 7 last year to a senior Mumbai Police officer that IPS officer Saurabh Tripathi, DCP Zone 2, had demanded a monthly bribe of Rs 10 lakh to “allow” the angadias to run their business.
The students, who lived in the war-torn country for 12 days, said they witnessed hell. “The Ukrainians and the Russian Army could be seen on the streets. We saw destruction all around. Nothing comes out of war,” one of the students added.