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  1. In a tremendously hilarious incident involving the Uttar Pradesh police again, a local man did something very bizarre and funnily uncanny. While '100' as a number is always on our speed dial to call the cops in case of any emergency, we usually don't call them unless the need of the hour arises. But this man from UP didn't think twice before dialling their number because he desperately needed a favour. The man dialled 100 and when the cops answered his call they didn't really know what to say. The young man's emergency was that he needed a ride because he didn't have enough money to take the bus. The gutsy youth told the cops that he needed to get to Gunnuar in their vehicle because he didn't have enough money to pay for the bus. He argued that it was wise for him to ask them for a ride since their vehicle is intended for public transport. While the man may have been absolutely correct, his request was still funny and I think the cops saw the humour in it too. The unabashed youth tried to convince the cops that since their vehicle was a government one, he was allowed to use it as public transport too. The cops stumped beyond belief didn't have much to say except capture this funny dialogue with him. Hats off to @Uppolice What all they deal with pic.twitter.com/qBS8qynV6t — Saurabh Dwivedi (@saurabhtop) 16 March 2019 The video shows the cops pretty astounded by the young man's request. So much so that they're compelled to ask him if he's high or does drugs to which the youth said “nasha nahi karta mai, mai chillum pita hun bachpane se.” ( I don't do drugs, I only smoke a chillum), right after which he brandished his chillum right in front of the cops. He also cited that he's well educated. Wait, don't go away just yet, there's part 2 of the video too. 2nd Part pic.twitter.com/Wvb7737XGE — Chowkidar Tushar Chauhan ð®ð³ (@tushrchauhan) 16 March 2019 In the second part the youth is adamant about being taken to Gunnuar and he insists that it shouldn't be an issue since it's a 'sarkari gadi'. The cops seemingly agreed and sounded convinced by the end of it but we're not sure if the youth was taken to Gunnuar. (c)Twitter Well, TBH, the youth does make a debatable point across about using government vehicles for the good of the people but we're not sure if he said it being high on the 'chillum' or because he was actually broke and desperately needed to get to his village. Whatever the reason was, the internet had a mighty good laugh and the UP police were shamelessly trolled for going through such inane things on a daily basis (remember the cop who screamed 'thain thain' when his gun stopped working?). Well, we all had a good laugh and we really hope the lad finally reached his destination safe and sound, with his chillum intact.
  2. In a bizarre incident in Mumbai, a bus driver did something no one would have ever imagined doing. The driver of a school bus allegedly hit a BMW car while driving but that's not all. When the BMW driver got out of his car to reprimand the driver for the accident, he found out the driver was using a piece of bamboo as a gear stick, instead of having a normal gear stick in place. While on his way to school, the bus was probably doing a decent speed, a little more than he should have perhaps and he rammed in to the BMW. During the confrontation, the driver revealed that the steering wheel was giving him some problems for him to manoeuvre the bus with ease. Turns out, it wasn't the steering wheel but the bamboo stick he was using as the gear. We don't even know how that is possible, to begin with! © Twitter While confronting the driver, the BMW owner called the police to have the matter checked. When the police got to where the incident took place, they asked the driver about his callous bamboo make-shift gear, to which the driver replied he was using it as the gear knob had broken a few days ago and he found the piece of bamboo to replace it. Watch the video here: The reason why the driver, Raj Kumar, was using the bamboo stick was because he couldn't find time to repair the damaged gear and replace it with a real one. He's been booked under Indian penal code, section 279 for rash driving and 336 for the act of endangering a person's life. We're just wondering if there are any acts on using wooden or bamboo make-shift, fake gear sticks at all! The school is obviously shocked to hear about the incident and they will take whatever action needs to be taken for the callous bus driver. © Twitter Road safety is a big concern in most cities, especially with buses who drive rash and pay no heed to pedestrians. The upkeep of public transport is a matter of concern and it should definitely not be neglected at any given cost as it plays havoc with people's lives. I hope this is a lesson enough to understand the severity of using vehicles which are poorly managed. We really hope we don't read about a bus driver using an accordion as a brake, next!
  3. Mahendra Singh Dhoni needs no introduction. Neither is there a need to mention why his fans love him so much and continue to call him 'Captain Cool' till this day. He is one of the coolest and remarkable cricketers whose ideologies and charm rub off on his teammates too. From sleeping on the field during a match, to pulling over his car to meet a young fan; Dhoni's fans love him for his down-to-earth attitude and after learning that he once drove a bus after being appointed Test captain, we can't help but agree with it more. Reuters Reportedly, former Indian batsman VVS Laxman recently revealed in his autobiography '281 and Beyond' that back in 2008, Dhoni himself drove the team bus to the hotel. It was Laxman's 100th test and Anil Kumble had announced his retirement from cricket, making Dhoni the 'Test in charge'. Reuters He wrote, "One of my abiding memories is of MS (Dhoni) driving the team bus to the hotel in Nagpur, during my 100th Test. I couldn't believe my eyes — the captain of the team driving us back from the ground! It was his first Test in charge after Anil's (Kumble) retirement, and he didn't seem to have a care in the world. But he was like that, playful and grounded. MS never lost the joy, the playfulness. I have never met anyone quite like him." Reuters Laxman further revealed that Dhoni always remained calm and was never agitated even when the team wasn't performing well. Talking about his calm, he wrote, "MS Dhoni's calmness and equanimity are legendary. He had seen nothing but success until the tour of England in 2011. We had lost 4–0 in England and had already lost the first three Tests in Australia by the end of that year, and were heading for another whitewash." He further mentioned, "I was a mess, as were most of the guys, but MS was unbelievably composed. Not once did he lash out, and at no stage did he give the impression that he was frustrated or helpless." Probably, it's this calm and composed nature of his that sets him apart from his fellow players. After all, there's a reason why his fans call him 'Captain Cool'.
  4. Since we have cabs, autorickshaws and metros at our perusal, which have made traveling so convenient, that at times we forget that there are places where people don't have access to any of these. In some parts of the country, people still walks miles to reach the nearest bus stop to take a bus. Whether it's safe to take a public transport is still a concern for many parents and due to this, many girls either drop out from colleges or face problems of travelling in a public bus. But, thanks to this selfless couple, things have now changed for good for a lot of college girls. © TOI/Anindya Chattopadhyay In 2016, a pediatrician Rameshwar Prasad Yadav and his wife Tarawati were driving to Churi, their village in Rajasthan. On their way, they gave a lift to four girls standing on the road in pouring rains. While talking to them, the couple came to know that they usually walk 3 to 6 km on a hot and dusty road, to get to the bus stop to reach their college in Kotputli (which is about 18km away). © TOI/Anindya Chattopadhyay "The boys misbehave with us on the bus," one of the students told the couple and this story touched their hearts. So they decided to do something for them and every other girl who might have been facing a similar problem. When the doctor's wife asked him if they can do something for the girls, he asked "If our own daughter was alive today, how much would we have spent on her education and wedding?" "Around Rs 20 lakh," she said. That's when the doctor decided to buy a bus for them. He took Rs. 17 lakh from his general PF (75% of the total) and added Rs. 2 lakh from his savings. That's not even the best part, this bus provides free rides to and from college to the girls from Churi and the villages of Pawala, Kayampura Baas and Banethi. © TOI/Anindya Chattopadhyay Yadav's wife Tarawati says, "After our daughter's death, there was a sense of loss. But now there's a feeling of fulfillment." Yadav invited the four girls, who inspired him to come up with this ingenious idea, to inaugurate it. Yadav, who lost his daughter when she was just six-months old, said, "We wanted a daughter but had three sons thereafter. Now, I feel I have 50 Hemlatas." Thanks to this 'nishulka beti vahini', girls are showing up for the class in larger numbers and don't have to face the daily harassment and discomfort anymore. With this service, the families of the girls too feel at peace and assured about their safety. © TOI/Anindya Chattopadhyay To pick up a bus driver was another task and for this, Yadav asked the parents of the girls to pick the driver they preferred. In fact, the driver has been given instructions not to let any male step inside the bus, including Yadav. He said, "Once when driving the girls home, he ignored me on the road. I rewarded him Rs 100." Yadav also said, "I want the bus to motivate others to do positive things and discover the joys of giving." If only more people think and act like this couple, the world will become a better place to live in. Source: TOI
  5. Actress Tanushree Dutta's allegations against Nana Patekar and recently, a group of women accusing former AIB comedian Utsav Chakraborty of sexual harassment, have triggered a domino effect in the media industry. Social media is flooded with stories of women getting assaulted or harassed at the hands of those in power, which only makes us lose faith in people. But amidst all this, we came across a story that is nothing short of a silver lining in the dark clouds. Almost everyday we hear stories of women getting attacked, molested and physically assaulted, but this story is different and heartwarming. Mumbai Mirror It was 1:30 AM, when bus number 398 dropped a woman at a deserted bus stop in Mumbai. The BEST bus driver asked her if someone was coming to pick her up, to which she replied no. Realising that the woman might have to wait for an auto alone in the middle of the night, the driver and the conductor waited along with her. In fact, the driver made the entire bus wait until the woman found an auto. This is the reason i love #Mumbai I would like to thanks #Best Bus driver of 398 ltd. Who dropped me at 1.30 am at a deserted bus stop and asked me if someone is there to pick me up. To which i replied no. He made the entire bus wait until i got the auto. @WeAreMumbai — Sleeping Panda #Followback (@nautankipanti) October 5, 2018 Even though it wasn't their job to wait for the woman, but as fellow humans, they've done their part and for that, we respect and salute them. After she shared her story, many people came forward to narrate their own similar experiences, proving that humanity isn't dead yet. pic.twitter.com/LcV5EfOOPL — Rahool J Thote (@rahooljt) October 7, 2018 About 3 yrs ago, was here to answer an exam. Caught an auto from my hotel to the center. Missed the address and it took us a while to reach the location. When I freaked out because I was late and had no change to pay, I was asked to go and answer my paper well and pay whenever.ð — Madhav Dessai (@madhavdessai) October 6, 2018 This has happened with me too. I was travelling from pune to Mumbai.Met my lecturer on my way...when we reached boriwali bus station,knowing that I was alone & it was 11pm..he stood there with me, untill I booked a cab,gave me his and his wife's number in case I need any help. — @ntra (@antrajoshi3) October 5, 2018 This Driver is a role model, A grand salute to this amazing guy. He shud be nominated for a special award . So that he stands as a role model to all the folks — Dhananjay A Pai (@dhananjay_pai) October 6, 2018 Heart melting short story amidst sea of stories about sufferings,scams, violence,etc,etc. I love #Mumbai & have immense respect for BEST bus drivers. I salute #Bestbusdrivers & conductors for their sensitivity & alertness — Kirti Deolekar (@kirti_sd) October 6, 2018 @MumbaiPolice We must show appreciation and gratitude for such kind hearted people. He deserves to be appreciated in person because perhaps these tweets may never reach out to him. He needs to know his gesture is truly praise worthy ð — Zarna⨠#BawseBook (@zarnashah18) October 6, 2018
  6. Suresh Raina might be one of the best players in the Indian Cricket team, but he's a great human being whose unconditional help and good deeds will always be remembered by his fans and a certain Jeff Goodwin. Jeff Goodwin is Team India's bus driver. He has been driving for various cricket teams since the 1999 World Cup and is currently accompanying Team India on their three-month-long tour to England. The Virat Kohli led team will now compete with England in a five-match Test series starting in Birmingham from August 1. Twitter When BCCI spoke to Goodwin, he gave some really interesting insights about the Indian cricket team, and Suresh Raina in particular. He revealed how Suresh Raina helped him when his wife was ill. In a video shared by BCCI, Goodwin said “Raina, a few years ago in Leeds, when my wife had a bit of an illness and he gave me his shirt to auction off. I've never forgotten that.” BCCI While, for some people this might mean nothing or a very small gesture, but for Goodwin it must've been a life-changing experience that turned his and his wife's life for good. Goodwin further mentioned how he and his son once drove the Indian team with Sachin Tendulkar in it and even got a letter from the Indian government thanking him. Say ð to Mr. Jeff Goodwin.#TeamIndia's bus driver gives interesting insights about various cricket teams who have been his passengers all these years. P.S Jeff loves this Indian Cricket team. Find out why... â¶ï¸https://t.co/IQ2LWJK8Jn pic.twitter.com/aRVTbk2L5d — BCCI (@BCCI) July 21, 2018 He mentioned how according to him, MS Dhoni is a fantastic wicketkeeper and that the team is very disciplined. “I like the lads, they are all friendly. They are great to get on with but they are very disciplined.” He further said this team is the best one. While talking about other teams he said, “There is a change going on in cricket. In my time, it has changed so much, Australia will be drinking all the time after the game and staying in the changing room till 2 in the morning but now, not as much.” He also revealed how because of Darren Lehmann, Goodwin got the nickname Popeye and now even has a tattoo of the same.
  7. BERLIN: German police said there was no indication that a man who injured people in a knife attack on a bus in the northern city of Luebeck on Friday was politically radicalized.?The identity of the perpetrator has been clarified: a 34-year-old...
  8. BAHAWALPUR: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan said on Friday that Rs60 billion were wasted on under-utilised Multan metro bus service by the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz government."The Multan metro bus project was made by Sharif family...
  9. Policemen stand near a public service bus in Kuecknitz near Luebeck northern Germany, after several people were injured in the bus in an assault by a man wielding a knife on July 20, 2018. Photo: AFPBERLIN: Several people were injured Friday in an...
  10. Meera Nepali is one of more than two million women given access to medical services in Nepal under the Aama Surakshya, or 'protection for mothers", programme. Photo: AFPAs a teenager Meera Nepali was terrified as she went into labour with her first...
  11. HYDERABAD: At least 10 people were killed and 15 others wounded during a traffic accident Sunday night here on M6 Motorway, Geo News reported, citing rescue and security authorities.The accident occurred when a semi-trailer truck and passenger bus...
  12. At least 11 people, and possibly many more, were killed in a crash of a tanker and passenger bus in Iran. Photo: IRNATEHRAN: At least 11 people died Wednesday when a fuel tanker collided with a bus in western Iran, state media reported.The vehicles...
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