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Like it or not, DGCA is right in suspending Jet Airways crew after Sonu Nigam's mid-air 'concert'

Feb 05, 2016

Like it or not, DGCA is right in suspending Jet Airways crew after Sonu Nigam's mid-air 'concert'

In a somewhat similar sense, it is best to not copy international practices mid-air and take a rather conservative approach to safety by eschewing mid-air singing or dancing in the Indian airspace. #Jet Airways #Aviation #ConnectTheDots #SpiceJet #DGCA #Sonu Nigam #Safety violations
Please, wear a helmet: In times of hard-hitting batting, ICC must act to safeguard umpires

Jan 29, 2016

Please, wear a helmet: In times of hard-hitting batting, ICC must act to safeguard umpires

While injuries in cricket have generally been non-fatal, the spurt of T20 matches and tournaments where the emphasis is on mindless power hitting has resulted in greater frequency of injuries to umpires; many of them decidedly serious. #BCCI #Cricket #T20 #InMyOpinion #ICC #ODI #ECB #Batting #umpires #John Ward #Safety Helmets #Hillel Oscar
Is safety of women, children, elderly in Delhi not a priority: HC asks Centre

Jan 28, 2016

Is safety of women, children, elderly in Delhi not a priority: HC asks Centre

Delhi High Court posed this question to the Centre, saying it has not yet approved enhancing the strength of the city police and was rather focused on whether technology would suffice. #TheySaidIt #Delhi High Court #Delhi Police #Delhi HC #Centre #Safety #Sanjeev Sachdeva #HC #Badar Durrez Ahmed
Milky matters: Maneka Gandhi writes on the dark side of India's 'White flood'

Jan 25, 2016

Milky matters: Maneka Gandhi writes on the dark side of India's 'White flood'

Must you drink milk? If you must, at least try and find and out what cows are being used in the packaged sarkari milks, Amul, and your local dairy. #HowThisWorks #milk #Cows #Cattle #Dairy products #food safety #White flood
Cricket is a game but life isn't: BCCI must learn from the past to make helmets compulsory at all levels

Jan 22, 2016

Cricket is a game but life isn't: BCCI must learn from the past to make helmets compulsory at all levels

Since November 2014, at least four more cricketers have died on the field. Two of these deaths (the Israeli umpire Hilel Awasker and English club cricketer Bavalan Pathmanathan) were triggered by the impact of a cricket ball. #BCCI #Cricket #Cricket Australia #ECB #Ranji #helmet #umpires #Phil Hughes #Richard Kettleborough #Safety in Sports #Humaira Kazi #John Ward #Paschim Pathak
'Our black flag will fly in Kabul': IS beams threats on radio across rural Afghanistan

Jan 21, 2016

'Our black flag will fly in Kabul': IS beams threats on radio across rural Afghanistan

Islamic State is actively targeting other media outlets in Afghanistan to prevent them from competing with its chilling radio broadcasts. #Syria #Pakistan #Taliban #Afghanistan #ConnectTheDots #Iraq #islamic-state #IS #Daesh #Ghani #Nangarhar #IS radio #Afghan Journalists' Safety Committee
Delhi horror: Police find woman's decomposed body stuffed in a suitcase

Jan 21, 2016

Delhi horror: Police find woman's decomposed body stuffed in a suitcase

The body of an unidentified woman, aged around 25 years, was found inside a bag in an e-rickshaw in east Delhi's Mayur Vihar area on Thursday. #India #Delhi #NewsTracker #women's safety #Rape #Murder #woman #Mayur Vihar #Crime Capital
Your comments will get you a long date with us: Mumbai Police says to trolls on Twitter

Jan 19, 2016

Your comments will get you a long date with us: Mumbai Police says to trolls on Twitter

It’s Cyber Safety Week and the Mumbai police is turning the tables on trolls: the cops are using social media, the very medium trolls have mastered to spread their hate, to warn these creeps off. #Twitter #Mumbai Police #Hate crime #Mumbai Police Commissioner #Online trolls #cyber criminals #Shareworthy #Cyber Safety Week