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  • Ujjain: Collector serves ultimatum to the anti-social elements

    Ujjain: Several contemporary issues related to peoples’ woes, their convenience, as well as law and order arrangements were raised during the District Peace Committee meeting, which was convened at the Police Control Room on Thursday evening, under the chairmanship of new collector Manish Singh.

  • Ujjain: Panic grips Singpuri area after anti-social elements open fire

    Ujjain: Panic gripped Singpuri when antisocial elements opened fire over a petty issue in the area, on Monday night. According to the police, Virendra (36) and his friends Deepak Sharma and Satish Acharya were returning home on a bike, after attending a function, when they had a minor collision with bike borne Ashish Sarwan and Mahesh Chouhan, who were coming from the opposite direction.

  • Crime Crackdown: Soon, Mumbai Police to install face identification cameras in SoBo

    Mumbai Police is going high tech now. In order to monitor terror suspects and anti-social elements, city police are all set to install face identification cameras in South Mumbai. This will be the first phase, in which Mumbai Police will install three high-definition cameras which will be directly linked to Emergency Response and Mobile Surveillance Control and Command Centre.

  • Criminals don’t have human rights, says Shivraj Singh

    Bhopal : Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on Friday said there are no human rights for anti-social elements, justifying the police parading criminals in public. While speaking at an event organised for creating awareness about women’s safety and security, Chauhan said, his government has zero-tolerance for crimes against women. He also said priority is to provide security to women. “Criminals who eve-tease our daughters and make it difficult for them

  • Bhopal: Drug peddlers blamed for violence during farmers’ stir

    Bhopal: The Madhya Pradesh government on Tuesday blamed drug peddlers and anti-social elements for the violence during the farmers’ stir in Mandsaur district, where five peasants were killed in police firing last month.

  • Bhopal: As vendors oppose ‘pink parking’, women say monitoring, mgmt more important

    BHOPAL: To protect women from harassment and eve-teasing by ruffians and anti-social elements, a ‘pink parking’ (exclusively for women) is being developed at Ganesh Chowk (across the road from SBI main branch) in the city’s busiest business district New Market by the association of businessmen of the area. The project has hit a roadblock with the vendors occupying the space refusing to vacate it.

  • Bhopal: People march on streets holding sticks

    BHOPAL: A demonstration was held by city residents at Kotra Sultanabad under the aegis of Bhopal Nagrik Vikas Samiti on Friday against anti-social elements. The residents were carrying wooden sticks to set the hooligans right.

  • Bhopal: Vivekananda Park becomes haven of drunkards, gamblers

    BHOPAL: Many cooks spoil the broth. And that is exactly what is happening with the Swami Vivekananda Park located at the centre of the GTB Complex. All the businessmen of the complex are stakeholders in the park but no one is ready to take any responsibility for its maintenance. Anti-social elements take advantage of the situation and have it their permanent abode.

  • Bhopal: Dirt thrown on Scindia statue

    SHIVPURI: On last night, the anti social elements threw dirt, kept stone and written indecent words on the statue of late Madhav Rao Scindia which is installed at Madhav chowk of Narwar. When congress party workers saw it, they started dharna there, after that Narwar market was closed. Karera MLA Shakuntala Khatik, police and administrative officials reached the spot where the congressmen demanding the arrest of accused. Police told them to file

  • Mumbai: CNG outlets forcibly shut, office-goers hit

    Mumbai: The taxi and auto rikshaw services in the city were hit after a group of ‘anti social elements’ forcibly shut 90 Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) stations on Tuesday morning. Several office goers were left stranded in the morning as on one hand the taxi drivers who use petrol refused to ply on short distances and preferred long distance customers, while on the other hand the CNG taxi drivers preferred to ply on short distances.

  • Statue of Chandra Shekhar Azad vandalised

    Hisar: Tension prevailed in Parijat Chowk and Nagori Gate area here this morning after a statue of martyr Chandra Shekhar Azad was found vandalised.

  • Cops bust gambling den in posh Mira Road flat

    Mumbai : Continuing their crackdown against anti-social elements, the Mira Road division of the Thane (rural) police busted a gambling den that had been operating from an apartment in the posh residential complex of Hatkesh area in Kashimira on Friday.

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