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  1. While Sara Ali Khan maybe the new talk of the town when it comes to Bollywod, she's certainly an old timer where traffic rules are concerned. We say that because a few days ago Sara was spotted in Delhi, with Kartik Aaryan during the 'Love Aaj Kal 2' shoot. They both were seen on a bike and while Sara was riding pillion, she didn't have a helmet on, breaking an absolute important traffic rule. © Instagram A video of the two on a bike, without Sara wearing a helmet, went viral as well. @dtptraffic @DelhiPolice @CPDelhi pL note that Sara Ali khan having instagram account https://t.co/UdynVSlm8A has been riding pillion on a 2 wheeler on the streets of Delhi Without a Head Protective Helmethttps://t.co/YlijE0PodR https://t.co/ctrOxxs7gX reg No DL 35 CK O215 pic.twitter.com/cT7hPcyqop — Stinger Bee #NyayForIndia (@joerave) 17 March 2019 Now, according to reports, a complaint has been filed against Sara for disobeying basic traffic rules and not wearing a helmet, and Delhi Police is reportedly looking in to the matter closely. The police have sent her a notice and have said they wouldn't excuse her and take action against her callousness, under the Motors Vehicle Acts, after facts pertaining to the incident are received, perused and verified. Koki &Sara ðð ð from the set of #loveajkal2 خب بÙاخر٠بعد از اÛÙ ÙÙ٠حاشÛ٠دÙÙÛÙ ÙÛÙ٠از پرÙÚÙ Û Ø§ÙتÛاز عÙÛ Ø¨Ø§ سارا ٠کارتÛÚ© ÙÙتشر شد Ø ÙÙØ· ÙبخÙد سارا ر٠باشÛد ðððÚرا اÙÙدر اÛÙا عشÙ٠با ÙÙ ØØØ . . .follow @kartikaaryan_iranianfc for more update . . . . . #filmfare #sartik #salmankhan #karanjohar #ranveersingh #sushantsinghrajput #kedarnath #deepikapadukone #rohitshetty #katrinakaif #ranbirkapoor #aceofspace #sonuketitukisweety #bollywood #zero #actors #gameofthrones #simmba #gullyboy #toodles #blockbuster #lukachuppi #kritisanon #queen #khan #shahrukhkhan #bollywood @kartikaaryan @saraalikhan95 ð«ð . A post shared by KAð®ð·(f4f) (@kartikaaryan_iranianfc) on Mar 17, 2019 at 4:34am PDT When this video came out, Sara was heavily trolled on social media for not wearing a helmet, while Kartik wore one; and hence now she will face the consequences according to Delhi Police. Well, all we can say is better luck next time Sara and we hope the repercussions aren't all that bad for you. For now, we'll just wish you luck for 'Love Aaj Kal 2'.
  2. We don't know what meme pages you follow on social media, but the only ones that truly matter are the official social media accounts of our Police departments across the country. Mumbai Police, of course, is leading the trend with its strong meme game. However, recently other states and cities too are using social media and particularly memes create awareness and connect with the youth and get their attention on subjects that were until now falling on deaf ears. via GIPHY Currently, be it the actors, directors or trolls, everyone is talking about 'Kalank'. So is the Rajasthan Police, but in their own savage way. Since everyone is making and sharing 'Kalank' memes on social media, Rajasthan Police too shared one to promote their anti-drug campaign. © dharma productions They shared a still of Alia Bhatt from the movie along with the dialogue, "Humse zyada barbad koi nahi is duniya mein", and wrote, "Stealing money for buying #Drugs? If yes, then the #Kalank of theft & being a drug addict is going to end your happiness. Stop consuming #Drugs or else they'll consume you. @aliaa08 @karanjohar @Varun_dvn @sonakshisinha @adityaroy @DIPRRajasthan @ashokgehlot51." Stealing money for buying #Drugs? If yes, then the #Kalank of theft & being a drug addict is going to end your happiness. Stop consuming #Drugs or else they'll consume you.@aliaa08 @karanjohar @Varun_dvn @sonakshisinha @adityaroy @DIPRRajasthan @ashokgehlot51 pic.twitter.com/OBz5smrqwV — Rajasthan Police (@PoliceRajasthan) March 26, 2019 Now that's an impressive way to use the dialogue and the meme. In fact, actor Varun Dhawan, who plays Zafar in the movie, too was left impressed with Rajasthan Police's meme and retweeted the same with the message "Say no to drugs." Say no to drugs https://t.co/upBGmvl42P — Varun ZAFAR Dhawan (@Varun_dvn) March 26, 2019 Directed by Abhishek Varman and produced by Karan Johar, 'Kalank' also stars Madhuri Dixit as Bahaar Begum, Sanjay Dutt as Balraj Chaudhry, Alia Bhatt as Roop, Sonakshi Sinha as Satya Chaudhry and Aditya Roy Kapur as Dev Chaudhry.
  3. 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.
  4. Last week Rajkot police issued a notification to ban PUBG Mobile citing the game to be 'addictive' and harmful for youngsters. Well, if you thought that people would get away playing the game after the ban, then guess what? You were wrong. Within just five days, Rajkot police have arrested 10 youngsters for playing the battle royale game and violating the ban in different parts of the city like Junagadh, Nana Mava Road, Vaswani Road, Atmiya College Road and Jagannath Chowk areas. All these youngsters were aged between 19 and 25 years, and they were playing the game in a public place. © PUBG Mobile The accused were arrested and their mobile phones were seized. They were released on bail later. However, it does send out a stern message that the ban won't remain just on paper. While speaking to TOI, Police Inspector VS Vanzara of Rajkot taluka police station said, “All these students were arrested for violating the notification issued by police commissioner. They were released on bail later.” The ban notification, in case you're wondering, was issued on March 7 by the Rajkot police commissioner, and it's currently in effect in the city. Anyone caught playing the game would be liable to action under sections 144 and 37(3).
  5. “I am not supposed to tell you this” - It's the most important quote of the week and everyone in the country has heard it at least once, all thanks to Indian Air Force (IAF) Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman. The entire nation has been celebrating the return of the IAF pilot and #WelcomeHomeAbhinandan has been trending since his release was announced by Pakistan. But, before that, it was this line that got people to respect him even more. When the Pakistani Army asked him about the details of his mission, he only had one answer - “I am sorry, I am not supposed to tell you this”. It exploded on social media and became a talking point everywhere. The brave and stoic manner in which he deflected all the questions thrown at him, while in captivity, struck a chord with everyone in the nation. But, that one line wields so much power now, that even Indian police departments are using it to give out important messages. Well, the Mumbai Police better watch out because Nagpur Police is here to take their crown. When someone asks for your OTP : "I am not supposed to tell you this"#WelcomeHomeAbhinandan #NagpurPolice — NagpurCityPolice (@NagpurPolice) March 1, 2019 Like always, it got a lot of praise online and everyone appreciated it a lot. Nailed it ! ðhttps://t.co/YWZMxD84Hg — shubham charjan (@Oyeeee_Lucky) March 1, 2019 Yep. Hail the patriotic fervour of India Kudos to #NagpurPolice for saluting the Heroes of the Indian Defence Services. Jai Hind! — Mallika Kaleem (@MallikaKaleem) March 1, 2019 Someone great, I'm sure. Who handles your account? Nice https://t.co/H78EDhCYZm — Sachin Verma (@sachinverma1) March 1, 2019 Bohot. @NagpurPolice IT team = Bahut icchh Hard. https://t.co/VLnplPF9Ln — Manthan Sawarkar (@TweetyManthan) March 1, 2019
  6. Today Guneet Monga's 'Period. End of Sentence' created history by winning the Best Documentary Short Subject at the Oscars 2019 aka the 91st Academy Awards. The 26-minute documentary is set in Hapur, a village in Uttar Pradesh and deals with the taboo around menstruation and how the women come together to create sanitary pads of their own, when a machine is installed in the village. © sikhya entertainment The whole world is talking about this documentary and so is Mumbai Police, but for a totally different yet equally important cause. Mumbai Police's social media team is known and lauded for coming up with creative and witty messages, on things that are going viral on the internet. This time too they did not disappoint us at all. Mumbai Police referred to the Oscar-winning documentary and wrote, "If cities were given an Oscar, Mumbai would have bagged some of the trophies definitely!" If cities were given an Oscar, Mumbai would have bagged some of the trophies definitely ! #LoveTheCityWeServe #IfCitiesWonOscars pic.twitter.com/V9Zr5tDfTZ — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) February 25, 2019 As expected, people were once again left impressed with Mumbai Police's creativity and ingenuity. Both 'Whoever is managing this account' and Mumbai Police has great skills in making observations and connecting the dots. Great work ! ð — PickupDaddy (@pritalking) February 25, 2019 I agree. As a woman from Bombay and travelled across I believe mumbai police is prompt to help women and anyone in distress. Kudos to you champions — Shaheena Attarwala (@RuthlessUx) February 25, 2019 Fab @MumbaiPolice , we totally do https://t.co/BJg66qShmP — Rucha Bhalekar (@ruchaapte) February 25, 2019 Don't worry @MumbaiPolice People of Mumbai appreciate your service n feel safe in the city. Love n Respect from the people , biggest trophy you can have #Mumbai #MumbaiPolice #Respect https://t.co/x2yFrMVhCN — Alhad Apte (@Alhad009) February 25, 2019 Kudos to your social media team for coming out with cheeky, topical messages. https://t.co/HUphLaOAKu — Prasanna (@prasannapahade) February 25, 2019 Well, we don't know about Mumbai or other cities, but Mumbai Police surely deserves an Oscar for coming up with such an amazing message.
  7. We all know that Mumbai Police's official Twitter account is the best meme account on the website but now we need to talk about other police departments who have been upping their meme game for quite some time now. Valentine's Day is just around the corner, but who cares about love when you have memes, right? Nagpur Police gets it and that's why their Twitter account has a hilarious version of a viral Valentine's Day meme. Valentine's day alentine's day lentine's day entine's day ntine's day tine's day ine's day ne's day e's day 's day day ay Bhai Zara Dekhke Chalo !!#DriveSafe — NagpurCityPolice (@NagpurPolice) February 3, 2019 This meme format has been everywhere for a while now, but Nagpur Police turning it into a PSA about road safety is kind of genius, especially with the song reference. Well, just because they mentioned the song, here it is if anyone wants to listen. Even though police accounts tweeting memes is a regular thing now, people still appreciate it a lot and Nagpur Police also got a lot of praises. Lmaoooo maoooo aoooo oooo ooo oo oh man this account is lit — Aditya Yawalikar (@aditya_anon) February 3, 2019 pic.twitter.com/Iv3u3Pw7ZJ — Dhairya Vyas (@dhairya1051) February 3, 2019 While we're on the topic of this meme, here are some of the best ones because forever alone people also need some kind of outlet during Valentine's Day. Valentine's Day Lentine's Day Ntine's Day e's Day ay ayy ayyy i'm still single — ugh (@gIitering) January 30, 2019 Well, sure. Valentine's day alentine's day lentine's day entine's day ntine's day tine's day ine's day ne's day e's day s day day ayy spark that blunt — Stoner Nation™ (@ThaStonerNation) February 14, 2015 Hashtag throwback? valentine's day lentine's day ntine's day e's day ay ayy Hip hopper mujhe pyaar to kar ay Hip hopper @ishQBector #90skid — Hemant Paste (@hemsp11) February 2, 2019 Please. Valentine's Day Lentine's Day Ntine's Day e's Day ay ayy ayyy hit me with ur car — tom (@TommySobiesski) January 31, 2019 Hai kya? valentine's day lentine's day ntine's day e's day ay ayy Bunty Tera sabun slow hai kya — cappuccinhoe ð» (@YaasEsha) February 1, 2019
  8. 'Simmba' enjoyed massive success and a magical run at the box office. Rohit Shetty knows exactly what to sell to his action fans and he does it quite well. The classic recipe which he began with Singham, played extremely well by Ajay Devgn, was carried forward as a sort of legacy by none other than Ranveer Singh himself, who like always, nailed the role of a cop in this one. View this post on Instagram RELEASING TOMORROW ! ð¦ðªð¾ #SIMMBA A post shared by Ranveer Singh (@ranveersingh) on Dec 26, 2018 at 10:10pm PST The movie crossed the 100-crore mark within a few days of its release and this gigantic success inspired director Rohit Shetty do so something thoughtful. At the recently concluded festival 'Umang Awards', Rohit Shetty pledged and donated 51 lakhs from the profit made by his movie. He presented the cheque with actors Ajay Devgn, Ranveer Singh and Akshay Kumar to the commissioner of Police. © Twitter 'Simmba' follows the story of a Marathi cop Sanghram Bhalerao who falls in the claws of corruption but eventually turns his good cop side on after an epiphany. Rohit is now all set to direct another action drama called 'Sooryavanshi' with none other than Khiladi Kumar himself, who made a cameo in 'Simmba' as well. Recently, the makers of Vicky Kaushal starrer 'Uri' pledged 1 crore towards the fund for Army widows on Army Day as well. It is good to see when Bollywood extends help and gives back to the country in a generous way.
  9. While their team has been busy negating the Australians in hostile territory, two Indian cricketers have found themselves in a major crisis situation for their antics off the field. KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya, two of the most exciting young talents in the country, became 'Public Enemy No. 1' following their inappropriate demeanour on the popular chat show 'Koffee With Karan'. Appearing on the show, the Indian cricketers were seen making sexist remarks while objectifying women on national television. Owing to their crass comments, the duo sparked a major outrage on the social media with many suggesting stern action against them. Since then, the cricketers, fans and even the Indian cricket board's Committee of Administrators (CoA) have condemned their remarks on the show. While Pandya and Rahul are currently serving their suspension pending an inquiry into the matter, the two cricketers continue to draw flak for what was arguably one of Indian cricket's lowest of lows. Joining the bandwagon, Mumbai Police recently voiced their disapproval of the demeanour of the two cricketers. A 'Gentleman' is a Gentleman, always and everywhere. pic.twitter.com/oANwZH2WwY — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) January 14, 2019 Taking an indirect dig at Pandya and Rahul, Mumbai Police used the opportunity to school general public against committing the same mistake. Using the background of what looks like a cricket field, Mumbai Police tweeted: "A 'Gentleman' is a Gentleman, always and everywhere". Reacting to the tweet, the cricket fans expressed their own views on the controversy while lauding Mumbai Police for the unique tweet. Alas! Money can't buy class.#hardik #KoffeeWithKaran — shash (@aslileo) January 14, 2019 Yeh maara @MumbaiPolice ne Sixer!!ð#LayBhaari Ur PR handle needs to b Rewarded!!! — Sailee Atif Ansari (@SaileeAnsari) January 14, 2019 Unfortunately “the infamous duo” took the word “Player” literally ! — Amitabh Arolkar (@VegaTrader) January 14, 2019 Hats off ðð — Shubham Tiwari (@Shubhamt208) January 14, 2019 A Deep msg for Hardik ðð — RAINA's SAKSHI ⤠(@SakshiRMishra) January 14, 2019 That is why @sachin_rt sir is and will be my all time favourite. — Rahul Kr. Sharma (@IamRahul_07) January 15, 2019 Very effective message. — Ahmar Siddiqui (@ahmar_99) January 14, 2019
  10. Everyone knows by now that the only meme account on Twitter that matters is the official account of Mumbai Police, and if you didn't know that, then I don't even know what you have been doing with your life for the past year or so. Mumbai Police knows that universal language of social media is memes and they are always on point with every new meme they share. So many Indian police departments have found the perfect way to connect to the youth of the country by disguising PSAs as hilarious memes to get everyone's attention and get the appreciation they deserve. Coming back to Mumbai Police's internet breaking meme of the week, they obviously made a PSA out of the most talked about topic of the week - 'Gully Boy'. The trailer for the highly anticipated movie dropped yesterday and some dialogues were instantly turned into memes. Mumbai Police also got to work and posted their own meme today. When he argues to ride a motorcycle without wearing helmet #SillyBoy pic.twitter.com/OPzycNdEAm — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) January 10, 2019 The replies to all the tweets by Mumbai Police are always same - 'the person handling this account is killing it', 'the social media person needs a raise', lots of emojis, and just so much appreciation. ððð Whomsoever handling this page.. Your creativity deserves applause..ððð — Trupti Rao (@TruptiSunitaRao) January 10, 2019 Give that person a raise! LoL please increase the salary of this handler for his /her creativity. ðð¤£ððð. — Shiva ram (@Shiva1989India) January 10, 2019 People are promoting Nagpur Police as well. https://t.co/sIuVHnFfgQ Aren't they underrated? — Prabhat (@PrabhatMundle) January 10, 2019 A request for Pune Police. @PuneCityPolice Why don't you guys come up with such stuffs. ð ð — Harsh Triwedi (@iHappySach) January 10, 2019 A great gif. pic.twitter.com/neuvxAhw1E — mohtarma𸙠(@Shahzaadiiiii) January 10, 2019 What did I say about emojis? Love the way @MumbaiPolice is making use of movie dialogues to spread awareness#swagstyleðð — Ruchika Somanið (@r71604) January 10, 2019 The best thing ever. What is a better use of memes, Police using memes to give instructions ! #social — BHAV3SH Padave (@BhaveshPadave) January 10, 2019 Replying to a meme with a meme. Me: I can't quit smoking Wife: ð pic.twitter.com/NAj8XFYqFd — à¤à¥à¤à¤¡à¤¾ सà¥à¤µà¤¾à¤®à¥ ðµ (@GaindaSwami) January 10, 2019 The chillest police department. Imagine Cops being as chill as this person handling the twitter account𤪠Their won't be diversion when seen on the streets #JustSaying — â°ð°ã½ï¸ (@Itsme_RAGHURAM) January 10, 2019
  11. Online shopping has now become an integral part of our life with Amazon leading the way. Whether it's a Rs 100 coffee pouch or Rs 1,00,000 smartphone, everything is available online. With urban life getting even more stressful due to a population boom and crumbling infrastructure, more and more people are opting to do their holiday shopping online instead of walking into a brick and mortar store. This explosion in online shopping has led to "porch pirates" and "stoop surfers" who swipe holiday packages from unsuspecting residents. In the USA, the courier delivery is often left on the porch or mailbox when someone isn't present to physically accept it. © Reuters To counter these thieves, Police in Jersey City have been placing fake Amazon packages outside people's homes to catch thieves. These Amazon packages are insight of cameras near the home and also equipped with GPS devices to track the robber's movements. Police and Amazon picked locations for the sting operation using Jersey City crime statistics and maps of theft locations provided by Amazon. Jersey City police captain James Crecco, who is overseeing the mission, told the AP it only took three minutes for one bait package to be stolen earlier this week. “We thought it was a mistake at first,” he said, adding that the suspect was caught. © AP News Exact figures on porch thefts are hard to come by though. Amazon uses its own logistics network as well as relies on UPS and FedEx for last-mile delivery. Unfortunately, all the concerned companies have declined to share figures. Amazon is offering the necessary equipment for free to the Jersey City program. “Most of the package thefts we've made arrests on revolving around (closed-circuit TV) or private surveillance cameras that give us a still image,” Jersey City Police Chief Michael Kelly said. “With the bait packages, some will be under video surveillance, and some will have GPS.” © Reuters The Jersey City police hope to catch thieves before they snatch up someone's holiday gifts. The program has undergone legal review and was approved by the local prosecutor. To prevent theft, users also have the option of purchasing a parcel box that allows only the owner and delivery person access. Amazon Key Smart Lock is one such product and has proven to be useful on most occasions. Source: AP News
  12. "Caught in a landslide...No escape from reality," if this line rings a bell for you, then you probably belong to that part of the world that appreciates good music and is a die-hard fan of 'Queen'. For those who had to google these lyrics or check what 'Queen' is, you have a lot to catch up on. © Instagram There's legit two things that are currently taking the world by storm - Rami Malek's performance in 'Bohemian Rhapsody' and fake news and Assam police integrated the two to create this brilliant PSA that is hitting people right in the feels. © 20th century fox Assam Police recently used a 'Bohemian Rhapsody' reference, where they used the movie's poster and tweaked the lyrics of the iconic Freddie Mercury song and turned it into a brilliant message to warn people against fake news. Open your eyes, Look up to the skies and see, Real life is not a fantasy. Fact check before you forward, There's no escape from reality. Mama, I don't wanna lie. #DontFakeIt pic.twitter.com/nNxAQc9rDN — Assam Police (@assampolice) November 28, 2018 There couldn't have been a better surprise than this for all the 'Queen' fans and as expected, Twitter was flooded with praises for Assam Police for their epic wordplay and great taste in music. Because am easy come, easy go; little high, little low...anywhere the wind blows, nothing really matters to Assam Police — patricia mukhim (@meipat) November 29, 2018 Didn't knew until now that I and @assampolice have the same taste in music. QUEENS forever, #BohemianRaphsody — Angshuman Roy (@Mr_AngshumanRoy) November 28, 2018 Hahah!! You are the queen of my heart for the day, @assampolice ! #BohemianRaphsody https://t.co/nLtoskxwdi — Shristi Goswami (@GoswamiShristi) November 28, 2018 Fake news only adds to the ambiguity, Spare our lives from this monstrosity, Fake news & rumours - very very frightening me, Galileo Galileo, Galileo Galileo, Galileo figaro magnifico. ðð#notofakenews — Angira Bharadwaj (@BharadwajAngira) November 28, 2018 Wow ! So amazing to know that Assam Police is also fan of Queen ð. #FreddieMercury #BohemianRhapsody — Akshay Pandit (@akshaypandt) November 29, 2018
  13. Lazy and portly policemen in India is not a mere stereotype. Majority of our country's police personnel feature a paunch that's as big as their aspiration to bag that next promotion. Our today's person of interest also checked off one of these two criterions, until not too long ago. But today, his life has tremendously changed, and it's nothing short of inspiring. What He Has Achieved Shankar Uthale, a 39-year-old police constable at Mumbai's Virar police station used to fit the aforementioned physical description of a police personnel until about six months ago. Uthale weighed 92 kgs then, but today, he has brought it down to 60 kgs within a span of a few months. Not only that, post his successful weight-loss journey, he went on to win the coveted Ironman title just two weeks ago, in the very first attempt! © Facebook The Ironman Triathlon For the uninitiated, the Ironman Triathlon is considered to be one of the most gruelling and toughest races in the world. Participants are expected to cover a 3.8-km-long swim, 180.2 km of cycling and 42.2 km running within 17 hours to win the title. Our man Uthale completed the exhaustive triathlon on 17th November in Malaysia, in 16 hours and 15 minutes. The Journey To The Top This huge win has obviously not been a cakewalk. At the beginning of this year, the mere thought of participating in the race would have been too much for Uthale, who weighed on the heavier side of the scale at that point. But today, he has not only altered his life completely, but also achieved what seemed almost impossible at that point. © Facebook With 14 years of service in the police department up his sleeves, Uthale finally took the decision to shed those extra kilos for good. Talking to TOI about his journey, Uthale said, “I knew I had to run, else I would soon become a burden on myself and my work”. He would wake up at 5 am everyday to go running, and soon began participating in marathons across Mumbai. It was around this time that Uthale first heard about the Ironman triathlon, "During my marathons I heard about Ironman. I took up cycling in the rain. I would cycle from 5am to 10am and still be fresh at work 30 minutes later," he was quoted as saying by TOI. Soon, he shifted his focus to get his swimming technique right, before finally applying for the race four months ago. Finally when Uthale was happy with the initial weight loss process, he shifted his focus to his diet. © Facebook In this aspect, his wife Ashwini has been his biggest cheerleader. Not only did she support him all throughout this transformation journey, but also ensured that he gets all the aid to see his goals through. Right from keeping a check on his diet, by packing it with the best of veggies and greens, to lending him the moral support, she went through it all with Uthale. His Biggest Learnings & Of Course The Win The journey hasn't been an easy one as most of us can tell, butfor Shankar the journey came with its own share of lessons. Today, Shankar keeps a close watch over the food he eats and ensures that he always carries a healthy snack when he is on the field of duty. There's also an earnest piece of advice he wants to give everybody, "After graduating from fat to fab, my advice to everyone, especially policemen, is to spare an hour for exercise everyday,” he told TOI. © Facebook He has shared how a healthy body enabled him to build strong mental muscles, that has increased his work efficiency too. Life hasn't been the same for him ever since, and it has changed only for good. From being a 92 kg heavyweight, to a fit and fab Ironman title winner, Shankar Uthale's grit and determination not only helped him transform his life, but also helped him bag one of the biggest titles in the racing arena. This experience has been so thrilling and inspiring for Uthale that he has decided to participate in more races and marathons in the time to come.
  14. The passing away of the 95-year-old creator of Marvel Comics, Stan Lee, threw the world into a state of shock, and since yesterday, glowing tributes and emotional messages have been pouring in from across the world. Stan Lee passed away on Monday in Los Angeles, and people immediately went online to post their shock and disbelief at the heartbreaking development. Stan Lee! One of the most creative and inspiring creators of all time. R.I.P Stan Lee, the legend, today and always! Thank you for all that you've done, you'll never be forgotten. #StanLeeForever pic.twitter.com/HL6B3zd0Ya — Gonuguntla Sai (@GonuguntlaSai6) November 13, 2018 From the cast of Avengers to crushed fans everywhere, every tribute highlighted how Stan had changed their lives and given them hope and happiness. There will never be another Stan Lee. For decades he provided both young and old with adventure, escape, comfort, confidence, inspiration, strength, friendship and joy. He exuded love and kindness and will leave an indelible mark on so, so, so many lives. Excelsior!! — Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) November 12, 2018 View this post on Instagram I owe it all to you,,, Rest In Peace Stan... #MCU #Excelsior #legend #rip #stanlee #TeamStark A post shared by Robert Downey Jr. (@robertdowneyjr) on Nov 12, 2018 at 11:26am PST Sad, sad day. Rest In Power, Uncle Stan. You have made the world a better place through the power of modern mythology and your love of this messy business of being human... pic.twitter.com/x6yZ6ClNSX — Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) November 12, 2018 Joining the world, the Mumbai Police also posted their tribute to the legend, calling on the common man to be a superhero and continue Stan's legacy. We believe so too, Stan! What a 'marvel'lous life! What a 'marvel' of a life! Let's keep Stan Lee's legacy alive and continue aspiring to be superheroes in our common ways #BeASuperhero #StanLeeForever pic.twitter.com/dD07YWNMx3 — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) November 13, 2018 Stan Lee's death has left a gaping hole in the hearts of people, especially Marvel fans. We sure will miss his energetic presence and jovial attitude, and most of all, his extremely awesome cameos. R.I.P. legend.
  15. The internet is a wonderful place where anyone and everyone can be glorified and go viral with a tap on the 'share' button. The recent internet celebrity is a UP cop named Manoj Kumar, who is now known as the 'Thain Thain' cop, after he tried replicating the sound of a gun in order to scare off criminals (yeah, no jokes here). #WATCH: Police personnel shouts 'thain thain' to scare criminals during an encounter in Sambhal after his revolver got jammed. ASP says, 'words like 'maaro & ghero' are said to create mental pressure on criminals. Cartridges being stuck in revolver is a technical fault'. (12.10) pic.twitter.com/NKyEnPZukh — ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) October 13, 2018 While chasing criminals, the gun got jammed owing to some glitch and the cop apparently improvised by making 'thain thain' sounds. All said and done, they were able to catch the criminal in the end, so one can't even question this innovative method. Now, the UP government wants to recognise his 'heroic' effort and reward the cop. In fact, his name has even been sent for a commendation disc and a certificate from the Director-General. © Twitter A hero with immense creativity, it's not every day that you witness stuff like this.
  16. If you haven't been living under a rock for the past couple of days, you would know that the biggest news was Ajay Devgn accidentally 'leaking' his wife Kajol's phone number on Twitter. Yep, a big star tweeted another big star's number online and people can't seem to stop talking about. I'm impressed and disappointed in people at the same time. Kajol not in country.. co-ordinate with her on WhatsApp 9820123300. — Ajay Devgn (@ajaydevgn) September 24, 2018 Obviously, it was all planned, I mean no one is that stupid to make a mistake like that, other than probably Charlie Sheen. © Twitter So, as expected, it turned out to be prank that Ajay Devgn played on everyone, maybe because he was bored, or he just wanted to remind everyone that he also uses Twitter. Pranks on film set are so passé… so tried pulling one on you guys here.. ð ð @KajolAtUN https://t.co/SpQzsfhlAB — Ajay Devgn (@ajaydevgn) September 24, 2018 Kajol's 'number' was everywhere, memes about the entire bizzarre development were everywhere, and Ajay Devgn was also everywhere on Twitter, retweeting all the funny tweets. Do yourself a favour and check @ajaydevgn's twitter now! pic.twitter.com/D4C8liM0ui — East India Comedy (@EastIndiaComedy) September 24, 2018 Kajol right now. pic.twitter.com/wQISQjrTkK — Vishesh Arora (@vishesharora19) September 24, 2018 We all know and love Mumbai Police as the best troll/meme account on Twitter, but it seems like they decided to sit this one out to give other police departments a chance to take advantage of the situation and earn some internet points. And I'm glad to see we were not disappointed, as Nagpur Police took the opportunity to post one tweet to end all tweets. Dear @ajaydevgn We smell some 'Golmaal' activity here, We request you to refrain from sharing personal details online. Be a Singham in real life too... "Naahitar Aata Aamchi Satkel" ð#CyberSafety #NagpurPolice https://t.co/iVoPVgjP7b — NagpurCityPolice (@NagpurPolice) September 25, 2018 There so many puns and references in just one tweet, I'm amazed. Of course this little stunt impressed not just me, but a lot of people on Twitter. Nagpur police is the real Singham of twitter ! Kudos — Gaurav Singh (@Gaur_ravrathi) September 25, 2018 True! Trolling level 10000 ðð — Yasir Mohammed Ali (@luv_yasir) September 26, 2018 Exactly. Hahahaha...superlike Nagpur Police — Shrinivas (@_Shrinivas_) September 25, 2018 I'm personally very delighted to see more police departments stepping up and trolling everyone.
  17. In a country when women are often pushed back from occupying top positions in their line of duty, Delhi can be proud of the latest development in the city. In the national capital, women are finally making it to the top with the Delhi Police appointing four women as its District Chiefs around the city. © Twitter Known to be one of the most unsafe cities for women in the country, this move is said to hopefully bring about a change in the scenario, no matter the challenges that exist along the path. Like the Assistant Commissioner of Delhi West district told NDTV, sensitisation will have to be the first step towards the ultimate goal. © Twitter However, before we give you any more details about what each of these superwomen wish to achieve professionally, from this position of power, let us introduce you to the four chiefs. There is Meghana Yadav from Delhi, Monika Bharadwaj from Haryana, Aslam Khan from Rajasthan, and Nupur Prasad from Bihar, who are all determined to initiate a change in the minds of men regarding women's safety. © Facebook The National Crime Records Bureau's 2017 report stated that Delhi recorded a crime rate that is twice of the national average with the maximum number of rape cases amongst the 19 major cities in the country. However, even with 4 women chiefs out of the 14 and with just 11 per cent of women being a part of the workforce, the ladies in uniform feel that though there is a long way to go, the system is improving. © Facebook Though it is indeed true that women occupying top positions do not guarantee that crimes against women will stop, the chiefs believe that their first step should be to make men realise that women deserve respect, and it must start with them. They have admitted to facing resistance from men in their work of line, while some even had to be directed on how to interact with women. While we have come a long way since the horrific Nirbhaya incident in 2012, there still remains a long way ahead for the women in our country to fully feel safe, but we're totally counting on these superwomen to change a lot of things around and make the city a better place for all, including women and children. Kudos to the Delhi Police for showing the rest of the country a way forward.
  18. Every kid wants to live up to the expectations of their parents, fulfil their dreams and make them proud. Similarly, all parents want to see their children excel and reach greater heights in life. And when the kids outshine their parents, their happiness and joy is unparalleled. No one can understand this emotion better than AR Umamaheswara Sarma, a father whose pride knows no bounds, ever since he greeted his daughter with a salute. Umamaheswara has been serving in the police for over three decades now and is currently working as the Deputy Commissioner of Police in Malkajgiri area in Telangana. © Facebook Yesterday, during the public meeting of Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) at Kongara Kalan, he met his daughter Sindhu Sarma for the first time as a cop while on duty. Sindhu is the Superintendent of Police in Telangana and is Umamaheswara's senior officer. © Twitter "This is the first time we have come together while doing our duties. I am fortunate to work with her," said the proud father. He further added, "She is my senior officer. When I see her, I salute her. We do our respective duties and don't discuss this, but at home, we are just like any father and daughter." Sarma, who is retiring next year, started his career as a sub-inspector, while his daughter Sindhu is an IPS officer from the 2014 batch.
  19. I have said this a million times and I will say it again – Mumbai Police has the best account on Twitter and everyone else should just delete their accounts because let's be clear, no one can compete with them. There are so many meme pages on every social media platform but there's only one that matters, and we all know which one I'm talking about. Just a couple of days ago they came out with a hilarious 'Riverdale' meme and well, only Veronica Lodge would not be happy about it. Well, we don't really play cool if you break the rule! #AlwaysFollowTheRules pic.twitter.com/p7YJkjUtco — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) September 1, 2018 Yes kids, always follow rules. Side note – this scene from 'Brooklyn Nine Nine' goes perfectly with this. © FOX And now, being very topical like always, they have a cautionary message for people celebrating Janmashtami. Let your being 'on top of the world' feeling not get shattered by unnecessary carelessness! #AwareGovindaAalaRe #WearSafetyGear pic.twitter.com/EsTkpmJSSc — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) September 3, 2018 The best part about this is that no one is complaining and stopping people from celebrating however they want, it's just a warning about how to pay just a little more attention to not face any bad consequences. That's how it should be because it's a life-saving suggestion which is actually quite important to implement. Full props for the hashtag also, everyone always appreciates a good word play. So, remember to break the handi, not you head. I actually have a better suggestion for this – break the handi, not your haddi. See, isn't that better? Mumbai Police, are you reading this? Are you hiring? Like always, people really liked the PSA. Always ð — Anup N (@anupnagle) September 3, 2018 Good idea. the minimum age of Govinda phatak should be 18 years and height of the pyramid should be no more than 20 feet due to safety reasons. I hope this is adhered. Even Lord Krishna & his friends formed pyramid not more than 10ft I assume. — Allwyn Michael (@AllwynMichael) September 3, 2018 This is exactly what I said! Dear @MumbaiPolice this is what I like most about u, this is the actual way of awaring ppl. As u never ask ppl not to celebrate festival, but u say do celebrate it to fullest but beware of ur safety n make everyone around comfortable. It's gonna b busy day 4 u guys, so gud luck — rohit shukla (@srunny) September 3, 2018 Very well put. ððvery well put up, break the handi not your head — sonitaa@k (@sonitaaak0925) September 3, 2018
  20. How many of you have played the sexy cop fantasy in your head? Most of you I am assuming? And more than once? I don't mean to sound prudish when I say you certainly can't imagine playing the fantasy out loud here, but there are some countries where the cops are hot enough for you to want to get arrested. Imagine being stopped by a really hot cop, who asks you to get out of your car and show her your car papers, as opposed to the 'thullas' you encounter here, with oversized stomachs, trying to swindle money off of you. Yeah, the scenario is quite different here but there is no harm in absolutely checking out some really hot female cops around the world! © Facebook Here's a list of 6 hot female police officers from across the world and we they're complete a badass at their jobs! I am sure the law and order is literally on stake, everywhere they're in charge. (1) Sasha Henry © Twitter Look at her, I bet you want to tap some bong right now. No, but all sleaze aside, she's from Jamaica and also one of the first police officers to participate in Miss Jamaica 2017 and she's a constable. How often would you want to get into trouble just for her? © Twitter (2) Haley Drew © Instagram I think female cops can really make a difference in the world and in a good way. They have the sass, the style and they have a brain, along with that gorgeous bod. Don't believe me? Check out this Texan beut working in the Texas sheriff department. I'm crushing real hard right now. © Instagram © Instagram Follow her here (3) Rianna Conner © Instagram If every cop looks like this then I am surely going to break a rule every day of my life. How does anyone get their work done wherever she's policing around? Another one from the USA, she's a marine and also goes by the name 'Combat Barbie'. © Instagram Follow her here (4) Adrienne Koleszar © Instagram Adrienne is a German police officer and she's a true blue fitness inspiration for a lot of women across the world. She's tough, she's hot and she's a complete badass! © Instagram © Instagram Follow her here (5) Samantha Sepulveda © Facebook She was a cop from Long Island and in 2013, when her friend invited her to participate in a fashion show, there was no looking back for Sepulveda then. She started modelling for lingerie and swimwear (have you see that gorgeous bod?). She's not a cop anymore but a full-time runway model. She's popular on Instagram if you want to check her out (@sammysep) with around 300,000 followers! © Instagram © Instagram Follow her here (6) Leticia Faria © Instagram The fabulous Brazilian Civil Police Officer from Goias is a complete looker and she is pretty much on point with her cop game as well, which is her truest passion (7) Crodia Maximus © Instagram Her real name is Christine, and she's in the Naval Reserve, but have you checked out her form? Oh, she's also a part of 1st Phorm Legionnaire. Tattooed badass who loves to lift, she's one heavy duty officer we can't get our eyes off of. © Instagram © Instagram © Instagram Follow her here (8) Koral Malol © Instagram The Israel-born hottie has a real strong Instagram following. She loves her fitness as much as she loves policing around. And she's just 24! © Instagram © Instagram © Instagram Follow her here (9) Nochtli Peralta Alvarez © Instagram She's not a police officer anymore but when she was, she truly kicked ass. Don't believe me? Watch her fight bad guys on her Instagram page! She's now a fitness freak and a model and she loves what she does. Half Dutch and half Spanish, she started working as a street police officer and she's loved all over. Those eyes though... © Instagram © Instagram Follow her here (10) Anya Sautinsky © Instagram She's a cutie alright. A police officer from Israel, she takes her work as seriously as she does travelling to exotic places and clicking some fabulously hot pictures of herself! © Instagram © Instagram © Instagram © Instagram Follow her here That's all folks. Make sure you don't get drool on your screen.
  21. I'm as sick of writing about the 'Kiki Challenge' as people are of reading about it, I'm assuming. But, looks like we still have a few more weeks left to erase the word 'kiki' from our brains forever and we can't do anything but wait. It's okay people, just hold on for some more time. But, since the 'Kiki Challenge' or the 'In My Feelings Challenge' is the biggest internet trend right now, we can't really escape it. But, what we all can agree on is how unsafe it actually is. I mean, who would want to get down from a moving car to profess their love for 'Kiki' who doesn't even seem to care. She's not worth it. With so many broken bones all over the world, even the police had to get involved to prevent people from killing themselves because of their own stupidity. Mumbai Police shared a 'Kiki Challenge' fail to get people to 'dance their way to safety'. Not just a risk for you but your act can put life of others at risk too. Desist from public nuisance or face the music ! #DanceYourWayToSafety #InMySafetyFeelingsChallenge pic.twitter.com/gY2txdcxWZ — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) July 26, 2018 Gujarat Police took a little serious way to get their point across and used an official looking PSA. Please don't get involved or become part of kiki challenge as it is harmful to yourself. Inform and aware your wards and colleagues about not to perform or accept kiki solo steps.#KikiChallenge#GujaratPolice pic.twitter.com/wXxc11VkE4 — Gujarat Police (@GujaratPolice) July 31, 2018 UP Police used more fails for the full impact. Dear Parents, whether Kiki loves your child or not, we are sure you do! So please stand by your kids in all the challenges in life except #kikichallenge . #KiKiHardlyAChallenge #InMyFeelingsChallenge #UPPolice pic.twitter.com/RyTvoChJFa — UP POLICE (@Uppolice) July 30, 2018 But, Jaipur Police went a little too deep and posted this. Don't challenge death. Be wise - keep away from silly stunts & advise your friends as well to stay safe.#InOurFeelings #KikiKills #InMyFeeling #KikiChallenge #JaipurPolice #SafeJaipur pic.twitter.com/9TdYo0CKQa — Jaipur Police (@jaipur_police) July 30, 2018 If that's not scary, then I don't know what is. But, that's not the worst part; turns out the guy in the picture is very much alive! Imagine people thinking you're dead, especially when the official Twitter account of a police department is saying that. The guy in the ad, Jawahar Subhash Chandra, a 30-year-old Kochi resident, is quite amused at being 'dead' on Twitter. While talking to The News Minute, he said, “I started receiving calls from random people asking me if I was okay and if my family is okay. If I leave my phone for an hour I get about 6-7 missed calls from people, sometimes old friends. Even my parents are getting calls asking if I am okay. The fact that people thought I died even helped me revive a few old friendships.” Before anyone starts pointing any fingers at the police department, it's important to clarify that Chandra had modelled for stock photographs about a decade ago and his picture was purchased by Jaipur Police legally. Well, this is one hell of a story for Jawahar now. “Remember that one time the entire country thought I died after doing the 'Kiki Challenge'?” – What an icebreaker!
  22. Mumbai Police's Twitter page is the best meme account, don't even fight me on that. They always keep up with the latest memes and internet challenges and then put their own twist to it, making it even better. No one wants to see a boring ass PSA when you can edit the latest meme that's going viral. 'Kiki Challenge' has taken over the world but I'm sure a lot of people are sick of it now. So, here's Mumbai Police saying what everyone's thinking- We love your safety and can't leave it to be decided by Kiki! #GetInToTheCar #kikiChallenge #InMySafetyFeelings pic.twitter.com/OqOgmPgJA6 — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) August 2, 2018 They're always on point and even used the new, most annoying Instagram update and made it better. Such personal questions don't need insta replies! They need to be sent insta-ntly to the police #OnlineSafety pic.twitter.com/gSUziD9Ech — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) July 13, 2018 Their latest PSA also has a hilarious pop-culture reference. I'm sure everyone has seen 'Thor: Ragnarok' – probably the best Marvel movie yet – and that one scene with the fight between Thor and The Hulk, his friend from work. Mumbai Police used a picture of The Hulk wearing a helmet as a way of encouraging people to wear helmets, because well, even the strongest people need protection. Everything may not work out with all the grave mistakes you make! One mistake and... #WearAHelmet pic.twitter.com/rVP7cnnI89 — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) August 6, 2018 Usually, people always respond with a lot of laughing emojis, agreeing to their funny tweets, but today was a little different. A lot of people in the replies took this opportunity to point out how many times they have seen the cops on bikes without a helmet. A little bit hypocritical, isn't it? People also posted pictures as evidence and asked them to take action against the cops because they have to lead by example, right? What do you have to say on this @MumbaiPolice? Are the rules only gor the common man? Check out the vehicle registration number and catch this cop and then post it on your Twitter handle #dareforyou #dontjustpreach #practiceandpreach pic.twitter.com/t9jkZHOopr — remo jacob (@remoFD) August 6, 2018 That hashtag, tho! #WearAHelmet for you too#MondayMotivation pic.twitter.com/ciDCX814Jv — Rosh (@TekiRosh) August 6, 2018 The laws in this country are only meant for the common man. Everyone else from the lawmakers to the top bureaucracy is permitted to behave as they please because they all feed off from our hard earned tax money — Em (@thebigfatbao) August 6, 2018 It should. Hope this applies to all officers of @MumbaiPolice & @mtptraffic as well... They are amongst wilful offenders for traffic violations !! — Abhijaat Sinha (@abhijaat) August 6, 2018 But, they obviously received a lot of positive response as well, with people appreciating the effort. Marketing skills at it's best ð — sudeep (@sud_singh13) August 6, 2018 This person has the correct idea. Looking at the number of potholes, I feel only helmet is not enough, need to wear full body armour.... — P (@elakprash) August 6, 2018
  23. Shah Rukh Khan needs no introduction, and neither does his signature pose that has been making women go weak in the knees for decades now. After all, many 'Dumb-Charades' games were won just with the iconic 'arms wide open' pose, so how can we not remember it, right? via GIPHY While most of us end up copying, let me rephrase that, taking inspiration from SRK's pose, to impress our crush; the Assam Police has put the same pose to a great use that will hopefully have a positive impact on people. Ponjit Dowarah, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Jalukbari, Guwahati recently posted this message on their Twitter account, which got a huge thumbs up from the people on social media. Using SRK's iconic pose, the message read "Traffic Niyam Ka Kripaya Palan Kare' (Please obey the traffic rules). The universal pose of @iamsrk has touched all down the ages, but please read the message also #FollowTrafficRules @MorigaonPolice @Darrangpol @cachar_police @KamrupPolice pic.twitter.com/OlOIk93AYq — Ponjit Dowarah (@ponjitdowarah) July 26, 2018 Among the innumerable fans of this message, one name was Shah Rukh Khan himself, who reshared the photo on his account with the caption, "The best message I think this pose has conveyed. Please follow traffic rules." The best message I think this pose has conveyed. Please please follow traffic rules. https://t.co/9lyFqj2ZB6 — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) July 27, 2018 After SRK's post, the social media team of Assam Police thanked him and used another famous dialogue from his movie 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai' and tweaked it to this, "Traffic niyamon ka paalan nahin karne se kuch-kuch nahin, bahut kuch hota hai. Thank You @iamsrk for the support Sire! Bravo @ponjitdowarah" Traffic niyamon ka paalan nahin karne se kuch-kuch nahin, bahut kuch hota hai... #FollowTrafficRules Thank You @iamsrk for the support Sire! Bravo @ponjitdowarah https://t.co/WsqCLTeTJ0 — Assam Police (@assampolice) July 27, 2018 I've said it before and I will say it again, social media wasn't this fun until our police departments hired some really cool and ingenious people to handle their Twitter accounts. Be it '13 Reasons Why', 'Hey dear' memes or 'Chai Pilo Aunty', the Mumbai Police have already been winning our hearts with their spot-on meme game and now, the Assam Police is also getting positive reviews on social media for their creative methods to generate awareness among people.
  24. Police at scene of shooting. Photo: TwitterNine people, including a young girl, were shot near downtown Toronto, police in the eastern Canadian city said on Sunday, and the gunman was dead.The condition of the victims was not known yet, Toronto...
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