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ENCORCEMENT OF TRAFFIC RULES
Pedestrians should walk on the right side of the road or foot path. If they walk on the left side of the road, they would not be in a position to take notice of vehicles coming from behind. Our police men should be educated about this and they ...
City roads are fast becoming unsafe for driving. One major reason is the indifference shown by the authorities in enforcing traffic rules. Commuters have resigned to their fate as repeated pleas from the public regarding traffic violations ...
The enforcement of traffic rules reminds one of the proverb ’as you sow, so shall you reap’. Indian politicians and our cops have never been sincere in enforcing traffic rules. Sometimes, visits by higher authorities have led to ...
No day passes without any news of untimely traffic casualties. The main reason for road accidents is the lack of strict enforcement of traffic rules. Of course, one should be self disciplined as far as traffic laws are concerned. There are so ...
It has to be accepted that there has been a tremendous improvement in adherence to traffic rules by road users, thanks to strict enforcement. Erection of signal posts at vulnerable road crossings and regulated movement of vehicles are the ...
The Government is insisting on the pedestrians and fast moving vehicle users to strictly adhere to traffic rules and this is only to safeguard them from minor or fatal accidents. Government is displaying speed restriction boards, zebra line ...
Enforcement of traffic rules is of utmost importance and a very significant step towards prevention of accidents. Many measures can be implemented like hidden video cameras at vantage points, which would silently capture the defaulting ...
My morning is at noon
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Prunes pack quite a punch
Prunes are rich in Vitamin A, fibre, anti-oxidants and minerals
Set for a second innings
Simran is ready to conquer hearts all over again
Arjun is one of the longest surviving action heroes in Tamil films. ‘He still has a loyal fan base, especially in rural Tamil Nadu. His “Maruthamalai”, a typical commercial flick, releases this Friday.
The film directed ...
Reema’s new look
Reema Sen has a new look in ace director Selvaraghavan’s period drama “Aayirathil Oruvan”, where she is paired opposite Karthi, for whom it is his second film after “Paruthiveeran”. Reema’s look has been kept a ...
The art of self defence
Taekwondo is fast becoming a popular sport
A different experience
“The Jeff Corwin Experience – Caught in the Act” on Animal Planet offers a peek at the making of the show
Treasure hunt on Zee
Zee TV is coming up with a reality show “Fun on the Run”. It is a treasure hunt game show featuring eight celebrity duos, and the contest will be spread across nine Indian cities and will involve a series of tasks and games. The ...
Life made effortless
“Absolutely Effortless Prosperity” makes a lot of sense in our stressed out lives
Dam with a view
Of cobbled pathways and great scenery, writes Subha J Rao
The audio release of “Bheema”
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