This morning, we have found a person teaching driving near to our daughter’s school. Since it was time when school gets started, we have asked him how he would teach around school zone. That guy was super rude in responding; even he was least bothered when we told him we will report to police.
We have called 100 and reported the issue with vehicle number. They assured someone from our area will reach out to us. Soon after we have ended call, received a SMS with complaint number. Within 10 minutes, we have got a call from local police and assured us they will talk to driving school. They were open if we would want to join the conversation. Also, assured us they could help us anytime we need and asked us to report if we experience any other incident.
After 30 minutes, we have received a call from Police Control room asking of our issue got resolved.
This is second time we have dialled 100 and found that if issue is serious they would arrange to police personnel to visit and issue is something that can wait, they will share local area inspector contact ifnormation and advice us to visit and lodge a written complaint.
This gives a feeling of safety. Kudos to Bangalore City Police.
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Currently I lead Accessibility efforts at Informatica, Earlier I was a Sr. Subject Matter Experts at Deque.
Prior to Deque, I was leading Accessibility efforts at HCL Technologies. My role includes mentoring team, working on innovative solutions, spread the word, engage with customers on accessibility etc., Before this, I was with PayPal leading Accessibility QA. My work includes develop and maintain Accessibility Automation Tools, Accessibility Evaluation of various products, Evangelize Accessibility across the company, provide end-to-end Accessibility solutions to product teams, represent company for accessibility related initiatives in the industry.
Prior to join PayPal, I was working for the award-winning Accessibility team at Yahoo! India Research & Development; where I have played instrumental role in setting up an Accessibility Lab and drive accessibility initiatives. Besides offering services to our office in India, I was also supporting to Yahoo! offices in Jordon, Singapore, China etc.
I am also on the National Advisory Board of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) India – through which, I endeavor to create awareness about standardization and accessibility across the country. Plus, I am also member of NASSCOM Disability Working Committee to create awareness about accessibility among other IT companies. I also offer expertise to the National Association for the Blind Karnataka Branch through its Governing Council.
In November, 2005 – I joined Net Systems Informatics (India) Pvt. Ltd as an Accessibility Tester. I was responsible to test websites as per Section 508 and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 1.0.
In addition, I was responsible to sell Accessibility workshops (for Section 508, WCAG 1.0, Creating Accessible e-Learning using Flash) organized by the company. Further to create awareness among Government sector about […]