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Maharashtra: Internet speed at Police stations to be stepped up

Maharashtra: Internet speed at Police stations to be stepped up
14 Mar 2017
  • The home-department of the Maharashtra Government has decided to invest Rs. 9cr to bump up the internet speed across 1,054 police stations of Maharashtra.
  • The plan is to raise the speed of the internet from 512kbps to 2Mbps.
  • The plan needs to be approved after being presented in the budget on 18th March.
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  • Holi sees substantial decrease in drunk driving
  • Holi in Mumbai this year witnessed a 31% drop in the number of traffic offences committed by the residents.
  • Till 8 pm Monday, altogether 4,621 traffic offences were reported, down from 6,700 offences registered last year.
  • According to the police, the installation of closed-circuit televisions (CCTVs) and speed cameras has made people more aware leading to the decreased traffic nuisances.

  • AIMIM descends in Mumbai civic polls
  • The All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul Muslimeen (AIMIM) altogether secured just 2 seats in the Mumbai and Thane civic elections.
  • Waris Pathan, AIMIM's popular leader representing Byculla, wasn't able to get a single corporator elected from his constituency.
  • The dearth of credible candidates, fighting within the party, low morale within the organization and the indifference of its supporters seems to be the reason for AIMIM's downfall.

  • 26 people lost lives to Swine flu in 3 months
  • 16 people in Maharashtra have lost their lives to swine flu in the first twelve days of March, taking the toll of deaths caused by the H1N1 virus to 26.
  • 101 people have tested positive for the virus, including 50 from Pune City and 13 from Pimpri-Chinchwad, 11 from Nashik and 4 each from Kolhapur and Aurangabad.

  • Minimum temperature dropped by 7 degree Celsius
  • According to weathermen, due to changes in wind pattern, the city of Mumbai has observed a sudden drop in its minimum temperatures in 2 days.
  • The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) at Santacruz registered Monday's minimum temperature at 15.2 degrees Celsius (5.9 degrees below normal).
  • The IMD at Colaba recorded the same at 21 degrees Celsius (1.5 degrees below normal).

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