The security of our senior citizens is at stake, and it is painful to see them in this condition. They are not safe even in their well-protected homes. The crime graph is continuously rising against our elders and none of us, not even police seem to be able to stop this. So, in order to protect our seniors Mace Brand appeals the lonely senior citizens to adopt some safety precautions.
Travelling alone is something that can change your whole life. Travelling by yourself means doing everything by your own. It's a chance to get the most of your trip without relying on anyone else. But while solo travelling is a beautiful experience, it's a whole lot of responsibility too. This applies especially to the solo women traveler out there. If you want to explore the world without any regret then you should learn stuff that can keep you safe on the road.
College days are undoubtedly the best days of our life. It's the first time when we experience complete freedom, but with all the freedom, comes responsibility. Responsibility towards you. It is extremely important to be aware and to be alert towards your safety even with the people you think you know well.
What can you do? No need to be paranoid, just make sure that you don't engage in any menacing situation. So, without further ado, here are our 6 tips to help you stay safe always in the college and afterward:
We all know what road rage is; we've all dealt with it at some point in our life. Road rage is the most increasingly common infirmity on Indian roads. Our roads are bleeding in red because people lose themselves to their anger and take unforgivable action. Don't believe us, scan the daily newspaper and you'll find several reports about people being thrashed to death or shot over a small squabble. While no one is really taking any hard action against these rages, lives are wrecked and ruined for no great reason.
We think it's time to put a stop to this. Calm down, control your anger and learn how to handle situations without hurting others or getting hurt: