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Old 20th August 2016, 16:35   #1
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Default Got skills? Meet Kunwar Ranjeet Singh, the dancing traffic cop from Indore

I did a quick search, but couldn't find anything about this cop on the forum. Hope it's not a repeat.

Kunwar Ranjeet Singh, the dancing cop of Indore, MP.



[From www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV]
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I did a quick search, but couldn't find anything about this cop on the forum. Hope it's not a repeat.
I came across dancing cop from Sholinganullur, Chennai as well. Please find the link to news article and youtube video below

http://www.youthkiawaaz.com/2015/11/...fic-policeman/

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Default Re: Got skills? Meet Kunwar Ranjeet Singh, the dancing traffic cop from Indore

. Thanks for sharing!

Quite an interesting fellow too (link). Must be a celebrity in Indore. A google search shows that he was also featured in Amitabh Bachchan's reality show on TV.
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Default Re: Got skills? Meet Kunwar Ranjeet Singh, the dancing traffic cop from Indore

Most of us suffer from inhibitions, mental roadblocks and artificial constraints that hamper our creativity. These are the fall outs of our upbringing, societal norms and practices, peer pressure, and education (method of). This has been one of the stumbling blocks and can be seen by our (lack of) invention and innovation, as compared to other developed countries.
It is a delight to see that we are breaking these shackles as far as society is concerned. Education needs a paradigm shift, in policy, administration and method(s).
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Default Re: Got skills? Meet Kunwar Ranjeet Singh, the dancing traffic cop from Indore

Probably the thread title should be changed to "So you think you can dance eh?"

These cops provide some relief from the monotonous and stressful city driving
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