Sushant kulkarni

Articles By Sushant kulkarni

In 18 days, Helmetless riders in Pune fined in 1.35 lakh cases

After several failed attempts in the past to fully implement the helmet rule in the city, the Pune City Traffic Police had launched an intensified drive with largest possible resource allocation and specific goals since first day of the year.

Collective apathy leads to deaths of hapless labourers at construction sites

Collective apathy leads to deaths of hapless labourers at construction sites

NDA warns staff, cadets after leopard sighting, forest officials say matter ‘worrying’

When asked if the leopard sighting would affect the night training regimen of cadets, an officer looking after their training said that the issue was being discussed and the safety of the cadets would never be compromised.

Outgoing president of literary meet slams organisers’ ‘cowardice and intellectual bankruptcy’

Deshmukh, an author and a retired bureaucrat, also said Sahgal’s apprehension — that her invitation was cancelled as she was to share the dais with Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and the content of her speech would have alarmed some people — was well-founded.

Maratha protests: Woman who climbed bus to give ‘inflammatory’ speech among 59 arrested by SIT

Police are looking for more people who delivered speeches that allegedly provoked the crowd.

2019 ‘helmet compulsory’ drive: Pune traffic police means business this time

Since the launch of the drive, every day, Pune police has nabbed thousands of two-wheeler and pillion riders who have violated the rule.

Family remembers Khandojibin Gajoji, a soldier who fought Peshwas

The family is, however, embroiled in a legal dispute with the state government before the Bombay High Court, over the land on which the Jaystambh is located.

‘Jaystambh pilgrimage spot, symbol of Dalit unity’

On January 1, last year, when a large number of Dalits, mainly Ambedkarites, had turned up at the Jaystambh or war memorial to mark the 200th year of the battle, tension had prevailed.

Pune: Recruited via dummy candidate racket, talathi started his own racket on the side

All the 75 government employees, identified in the probe till June this year, were recruited through the racket between 2010 and 2016.

Cyber attack on Cosmos Bank: Cops hunt for those who cloned cards using stolen data

In the first week of December, police filed a chargesheet against the nine accused arrested so far.

Mohsin Shaikh’s father dies: Will now fight legal battle, says brother

Mohammed Sadiq, who ran a photocopier and phone booth in Solapur in the past, was fighting the legal battle for justice for Mohsin, who was working as an engineer in a private firm in Pune and was 28 year old at the time of his death

Presence of Islamic State on internet a concern, lone wolf attack a major threat, warns ATS chief

Kulkarni spoke about terrorist attacks in the past and said, “There have been some high-profile attacks, mainly those abroad, with the advent of Islamic State.

Active on social media, school dropout was drawn towards pro-Khalistan online movement

The FB group, which propagates the idea of a separate Khalistan, has about 2,315 followers.

Soldiers who feign disability to earn extra money will face action: Gen Bipin Rawat

He made the statement in Pune while addressing a gathering of soldiers and officers who were disabled in the line of duty. The function also included a dance and song performance by disabled soldiers, men and women. 

Not aware of my name in pamphlet of Bhima Koregaon Shauryadin Prerna Abhiyaan: Justice Sawant

A booklet, Bhima Koregaon Ne Dilay Dhada... Navi Peshwai Masnat Gada’, which also names Justice Sawant in a list of convenors, was sold during Elgaar Parishad.

Retired Supreme Court justice slams Pune Police for turning conversation into chargesheet statement

Justice Sawant said a police team had met him on November 11, but he was never told that the police officials were taking his statement. “When I have not given any statement, there is no question of going into the content of the document. I object from word one,” he said.

Army not yet ready to send women in combat: Gen Rawat

"While the facilities have to be created in these arms, women will have to be prepared for the hardships...People in the Army don’t come from big cities. They will continue to come from villages, where the kind of intermingling that is expected has not happened."

‘Army not yet ready to send women in combat’, says chief Bipin Rawat

He said that women haven’t been taken to frontline combat at present “because we feel that we are not yet ready for that”.

To stay with India, Pakistan must become secular state: Army chief

"Pakistan has made itself into an Islamic state. If they have to stay together with India, they will have to become a secular state."

For Pakistan to stay together with India, it will first have to become a secular state: Army Chief

He was reacting to Imran Khan's statement on France and Germany staying together.

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