Safecity Blogs

 

A story of day and night

How safe is my city? To answer that I have to tell you a story of a day and a night.   I was at one of my regular bus stops waiting for a bus home one day. I had already let go two extremely crowded buses threatening to tip over under the weight of […]Read more
 

Small town safety

This happened in Silchar (in Assam) a few months ago, right on one of the centrally located streets of the town, in full view of the people on the street and in the busy shops lining both sides of that street, at 12 noon on a weekday. A young woman from a local women’s college [...]Read more

Brothel No. 64

I once visited GB road area which is near the New Delhi Railway station. Lot of my pervert friends suggested me to pay a visit. Roaming there casually, I initially saw 2-3 Police check posts and a primary school which puzzled me if it was really the Biggest Red Light Area of [...]Read more
 

Fundamentals don’t change ..

A wise man once said, “fundamentals don’t change” and the thought stayed with me. As I think about it today, after 10 years, I know it applies to societies, communities, countries and people. I want to live in a safe society. It’s a fundamental need. I [...]Read more
 

Tips that women can take for personal safety

1) What should a woman do if she finds herself alone in the company of a strange male as she prepares to enter a lift in a high-rise apartment late at night? … Experts Say: Enter the lift. If you need to reach the 13th floor, press all the buttons up to your destination. No [...]Read more
 

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