first_imgFacebookTwitter , Categories: KUSI, Local San Diego News, Trending June 20, 2018 An Indiana State Trooper’s tweet about pulling over a driver going too slow in left lane has gone viral.  We’ve all been there, shaking our heads – stuck behind that one driver in the left lane who is oblivious to the fact that they are holding up traffic.Unfortunately, for a woman driving to slow in Indiana, the driver behind her was Indiana State Trooper Sgt. Stephen Wheeles.Sgt. Wheeles stopped the driver Saturday on I-65 about 35 miles south of Indianapolis.  The trooper estimated that there were about 20 vehicles bunched up and slowed down behind her.The trooper tweeted a photo, reminding drivers that if cars are behind you in the left hand lane you are supposed to move over, it’s the law.  It’s known as the ‘slowpoke’ law.The post has been retweeted by IndyCar driver Graham Rahal, who said, “This guy is my hero,” and Fox NFL announcer and Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman. Others suggested he win a Nobel Prize or asked him to relocate to their states.center_img Posted: June 20, 2018 Updated: 1:37 PM State Trooper praised for pulling over ‘slowpoke’ going too slow in the left lane Slow drivers bewarelast_img read more

first_imgChief Minister Nitish Kumar’s tweet likening himself to ‘chandan’ (sandalwood), which remains unaffected despite snakes wrapping themselves around it, has created a flutter in poll-bound Bihar as it is being seen as directed against his ally Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad Yadav.One @SunilVChandak posed a question to Kumar on his programme “Ask Nitish” on Twitter on July 20 – “#AskNitish if you win with Laluji and the numbers are significant, how you will be able to give good development-ordinated government?”  Also Read – Need to understand why law graduate’s natural choice is not legal profession: CJIIn reply, Kumar had tweeted, “Bihar’s development is my sole agenda. Jo Rahim uttam prakriti, ka kari sakat kusang. Chandan vish vyapat nahi, lipte rahat bhujang (Bad company doesn’t affect a virtuous man, as the sandalwood tree is not affected by snakes who wriggle around it).”  Also Read – Health remains key challenge in India’s development: KovindKumar’s comments quoting 16th century poet Rahim were seen as a veiled attack on Yadav, with whose party Kumar’s JD(U) has entered into an uneasy coalition.When media asked Yadav about the tweet, the RJD chief said though he did not know the facts, it was probably directed against the BJP. “Nitish Kumar should clarify about his tweet,” he said.Interestingly, when Kumar was declared the CM candidate of the ‘secular alliance’ last month, Yadav had said he was ready to drink “poison” to crush the “cobra” of communalism in Bihar, which was seen as reflecting his discomfort at the JD(U) leader helming the coalition. Nitish will welcome PM Bihar CM Nitish Kumar on Wednesday said he would welcome PM Narendra Modi at the airport on Saturday and attend his programmes if invited by the ministries concerned. “I have no idea if my name is there in the foundation stone or not. Whatever be the case, I will go to welcome the PM during his visit here,” he said.last_img read more