A BMX rider performs tricks in an area beneath the Southbank Centre in London on May 6, 2013. Skateboarders soar out of the concrete bowl beneath London's Southbank Centre, as they have done for the past 40 years, while spectators drink beer and hiphop beats stoke up the party atmosphere. But this is no party -- it's a protest. These knights of the pavement are jousting with authorities to save one of the world's most iconic skateparks from being converted into a stretch of chain stores and cafes.
It was a Friday. I was not on duty. Someone else had taken her for a parade. They passed by a temple festival on their way back. Blue Diamond got agitated. She hit her head on the pavement and died a little later.
There is a huge difference between a passport-holder and a driving-licence holder. Many of the applicants don't have a proper home to live. Some times, a pavement dweller applies for a driving licence to eke out a living. How can we deliver his licence if he doesn't pick it up himself?More quotes »
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