Long days with no breaks and lack of facilities such as restrooms make lives of traffic police very tough. Here’s a Tamil translation of our article on what ails those who keep our roads congestion-free.
Chennai’s 67 traffic police stations have 3091 police personnel, as against a requirement of 4182, leading to never-ending shifts and rare breaks from work. But that’s not all. They have to struggle to meet basic needs like that of drinking water and toilet facilities.
Outrage over the tragic death of IT worker Subhasri Ravi, new plans of Metro Water, buzz over possible lowering of traffic fines under the new law — read more about these and other important news from the city in this week’s recap.
25 schools in Chennai and suburbs unrecognized Over 5900 schools in the state including 25 schools in Chennai and Tiruvallur districts are being run without No-Objection-Certificate (NOC) and recognition of the school education department. The
When was the last time that you were out in the city and did not come across a Swiggy or a Zomato or an UberEats delivery guy? But even as hordes of youth take to these jobs, here’s a balanced look at the perks and pitfalls of working in the sector.
நடைபாதையில், ட்ராஃபிக் சிக்னலில், சாலையில் நடு தடுப்பில், சுவற்றில், மேம்பாலம் என்று ஒரு இடம் விடாமல் பொது இடத்தில் மக்களின் பாதுகாப்பை அச்சுறுத்தும் வகையில் பானர்களும், ஃப்ளெக்ஸ் போர்ட்களும் அமைக்க வேண்டிய அவசியம் என்ன?
Accounts of recent confrontations where cops stopped and accosted motorists have been widely circulated on social media. Avoid ugly altercations. Know your rights when you are pulled up, as also what you must abide by as a responsible driver and citizen.