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The `Khiladi' speaks
Tattoos tell a tale
Tattoos are a popular way of expressing love and affection
`Dance isn't a collection of items'
They represent the contemporary generation of Indian artistes suave, intelligent and ever questioning to find a new path and explore unknown vistas. Their worldview is rooted in the Indian ethos, yet totally global in its myriad ...
Makes driving easier
Most of the college students have two-wheelers. Sadly, the driving schools fail to teach them about the various traffic symbols and also on how to handle an emergency. Knowledge on road etiquette will help in minimising accidents and make ...
Conduct special programmes
Educational institutions must take interest in conducting special programmes on road etiquette. Only then, awareness can be created in the minds of the students. V. Sowmiya
I M.Sc. (Physics)
Government Arts ...
Make it compulsory
People do not follow road rules where police are not on duty. The number of fatal accidents has increased because of this. Road rules should be compulsorily taught in educational institutions. This will reduce accidents. Bhanumathi ...
Set an example
The need for careful driving and obeying road rules should be instilled early in students. Authorities and NGOs should appreciate people who follow road rules and they should be an example for others to follow. Annushapriya Srinivasan
Ensure safe driving
Apart from the curriculum, one should also learn road regulations to ensure safe driving. Parents and teachers should also be educated on traffic rules. S. Radhika
I M.sc Physics,
Kongunadu College of arts and ...
Teaching road etiquette in schools will help students to protect themselves from road accidents. It will create a sense of discipline among the students when they cross roads or ride their two-wheelers. R.Rathish Kumar
Final Year B.Tech ...
Teach simple rules
Lack of road etiquette is one of the reasons for the increasing number of accidents. Instructions like wearing helmets and keeping to the left of the road could be highlighted in schools. S.Buvaneswari
II B.Com CA
Kongunadu Arts And ...
People should be made aware of road rules first and only then can they be made to follow them. This is possible if road etiquette is included in the school curriculum. The increasing number of road accidents is an indication of lack of road ...
Inculcate moral values
Road manners will help students groom their behaviour and the instructions would help in avoiding accidents. Consciousness and discipline are essential to handle the chaos on our city roads. S.K.Rajkishorei
M.Sc Environmental ...
With increase in the number of vehicles, awareness on road safety is the need of the hour for everyone. Documentaries on road etiquette should be screened at schools by the transport authorities to educate the students. G. ...
Road etiquette should be taught in educational institutions. That helps children follow road rules while walking or riding vehicles. When students are taught young, they become better future citizens. V.V. Subramanian
The educational institutions should organise interaction of students with those who have been involved in road accidents. This will set an example. R. ...
Does Disco still have the Glam?
Hero Honda's fuel-injected Glamour FI is all geared up to overthrow the 125cc segment leader, the Bajaj Discover DTS-i. Will it succeed? Rishad Cooper straps on the test kit
By gum, have a ball!
Here's a novel idea that two boys from Britain came up with. Two Sussex students are hoping to set a record for economy in the inaugural Student Gumball Rally, which has set out from Dover for Croatia on 3 September. The two students Ben (20) ...
Car and bike questions? We have the answers
Time to look towards a new Don
If you thought "Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna" rocked, listen to "Don," says Shankar Mahadevan
A website for cricket lovers
The truth about red meat
Red meat is both beneficial and unhealthy
Onotsavam 2006 was an evening of celebration
Prashanti comes to the city with special festival discounts
Manoranjitham, the cultural and fine arts wing of the Sri Ayyappan Puja Sangham organises a week-long music festival. The Gokulashtami/Navarathri programme will commence on 16 September and will conclude on 22 September. The artistes who are ...
The hotel management and catering science department of V.L.B. Janakiammal College of Arts and Science will organise a two-day national workshop on salads and sweets beginning today. Chef Jugesh Arora, executive chef from The Rain Tree, ...
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