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Bangalore: Bangalore's socialites and pub-hoppers were out dancing on MG Road in broad day-light in protest against the city police's strict clampdown on late-night parties.
It seems that partying at night in the city may not be the same anymore as the new police commissioner has initiated curbs on pub life in the city.
One of the protestors said, “What we need is a healthy society to come out and express themselves and tell the world that we are all lovely people and we should just be left on our own to have a good time.”
“They (police) are talking about music, drinking and dancing, then what are you doing in a Ramlila,” asked socialite Ruby Chakraborty.
However, the police are extra vigilant after a petition was filed in the High Court by the live bands' association alleging that illegal discos are being allowed to operate in the city while live bands had been asked to shut down.
Meanwhile, with the new Government in Bangalore, the campaign to have greater freedom in pubs and discos has renewed.
However, it seems doubtful that the new Government would amend the law as the ban came after a police raid on a rave party in the city's outskirts early Sunday morning.
Thirty people were arrested and drugs seized and this gives police additional ground on their stand.
Nevertheless, it hasn't stopped people from campaigning for a better nightlife.
“The ban is only in Bangalore but the parties are on in Mysore,” says another protestor.
“It's about our freedom. Today they are saying we can't dance and tomorrow they'll say we need a licence to go out with our families,” added another.
Meet our Hero, friendly neighbourhood - Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan( 7, Bihar Regiment), he gave his life just to let us breathe in terror-free air. We all pray to almighty to give peace to his holy soul.
Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan
March 17, 1977(1977-03-17) – November 28, 2008 (aged 31)
Place of birth:Calicut, Kerala
Place of death:Mumbai, Maharashtra
Place of burial:Hebbal, Bangalore, Karnataka
Service/branch:Indian Army, National Security Guards
Years of service:1999-2008
Unit:NSG HQ, Manesar
Childhood Major Unnikirshnan spent 14 years at the Frank Anthony Public School. A popular figure among his contemporaries, he wanted to join the Army, even attending school in a crew cut. He is remembered as an outstanding student. In 1995 he finished ISC Science from here. He was also a fantastic athlete. Most of his athletic records remained unbroken for many years. Tall, slim boy with the most genial personality he was the house captain and loved by all in the school. He described himself as a movie maniac in his orkut profile. Besides his display of courage from young age he had a soft side to him and was a member of the school choir.
Army Career He joined the National Defense Academy in 1994 and was commissioned as Second Lieutenant to the 7 Bihar Regiment in June 1999. After serving the Indian Army in different locations in Jammu & Kashmir to counter insurgencies, he was selected to join the National Security GuardsOn completion of training, he was assigned to the Special Action Group (SAG) of NSG on January 2007 and participated in various operation of the NSG.
Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan Dies a Hero’s Death Posted on November 29, 2008 by nsemarket Being in the forefront of the National Security Guards operations at the Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai, Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan not only waged a valiant battle against the terrorists but also did his best to save his injured colleagues and in the bargain lost his life. He showed the real warrior in him before laying down his life. Thirty-one-year- old Major Sandeep is the only son of retired ISRO officer K. Unnikrishnan, who is settled in Bangalore. His father told presspersons: “I lost my son in Mumbai on Friday. Though I do not like to call him a martyr, I can proudly say that he has done something for this country.” He was informed of the death of his son by the Deputy Inspector-General of Police (National Security Guards). According to information reaching the family, “Major Sandeep was leading a team and during the operations two of his colleagues sustained bullet injuries. In a bid to save them Sandeep turned back. The bullets fired by the terrorists pierced him. On November 26, he had called us and said that one of his childhood friends is getting married in the city on December 17. He had planned to attend that marriage,” Mr. Unnikrishnan said. Major Sandeep was ambitious, talented and a brave soul, said his friends and neighbours. He joined the National Defence Academy and was commissioned in the Bihar 7th Regiment in 1999. He was drafted to the NSG after his gallantry was recognised,” Kiran Srivasthav, a childhood friend of Major Sandeep. According to Anirudh Uppal, Inspector-General (Headquarters) National Security Guards (NSG), Major Sandeep had exposure to counter insurgency operations after having served in Jammu and Kashmir for two terms. He was deputed to the NSG on January 20, 2007 and participated in various operations conducted by the elite force. The gallant officer of the team commander of 51 SAG was deployed to clear Hotel Taj Mahal of extremists on November 27. He led the team from the front and engaged the terrorists in a fierce gunfight. When one of the NSG commandos was injured in the exchange of fire, he arranged for his evacuation and regardless of personal safety chased the terrorists who, meanwhile, escaped to another floor of the hotel, and while doing so Major Sandeep continuously engaged them. In the encounter that followed, he was seriously injured and succumbed to injuries.
Tearful adieu to Major Unnikrishnan
November 29, 2008 14:59 IST Bangalore on Saturday bid a tearful farewell to Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan, the NSG commando who was killed in the bloodiest counter-offensive at the Taj hotel in Mumbai. Family members, friends and army personnel besides thousands of ordinary people came out in the streets to pay homage to the martyr who laid down his life during the unprecedented anti-terror operation. Unnikrishnan was killed while trying to pursue a fleeing terrorist at Taj. The body of the slain hero was draped with the tricolour. Tears streamed down the cheeks of many as emotional family members and friends broke down while bidding adieu to the braveheart. The funeral was held with full milit= ary honours. As emotions ran high, the crowd raised slogans like Bharat Mata Ki Jai while paying their last respects to the martyr.
Slain Major led from front: NSG chief