Viral videos showed thousands of employees smashing windows, equipment and burning cars at a factory in India, resulting in damages worth $60 million.
The project transforms the largely unconscious process of breathing into the conscious act of eating.
The police fired at the mob of over a thousand in an episode that lasted several hours in India. Three died, while over a hundred were arrested.
And it’s high time we got one.
There were attempts to censor “anti-Modi” messaging like “Sab changa si (Everything is fine)” in Bengaluru this week. But despite intimidation, provocative protest art is cropping up everywhere.
After trying to combat public urination by techniques like putting up pictures of deities or writing abuses on the walls that are peed on, authorities have come up with a way to make people reflect on their actions.
Protesters are being beaten up, fired at by tear gas, and even getting shot at directly. They’re getting detained and arrested en masse. But they persist.
This is one drive almost every Indian city desperately needs!
About 30 life-size mannequins wearing police uniforms have been placed in various parts of the city with the aim to curb traffic violations.
Their plan to earn some YouTube cred by shooting funny videos of them scaring people has instead resulted in a story that will haunt them forever.
The same group of people who were called “Pakistani terrorists” are now being investigated to confirm whether “an instance of disrespect to the national anthem was observed.”