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Stop, Think, Proceed

February 6, 2017 CAG

Men constitute around 81% of road accident injuries, but we tend to forget that it is not just the victims who are affected. Their families too bear the burden - economically, socially, emotionally. CAG talks to Ganesh and his sister, Sumathi about how a road accident in 2006 changed their lives. 

A shout out to MTC bus drivers

Pedestrians are at the bottom of the pecking order of Indian roads. They are a group to be honked at, splashed with dirty rainwater, and given nasty looks for having the temerity to cross the road when there a motorised vehicle within a one-kilometre radius. And of course, pavements for pedestrians are a waste of space. In short, pedestrians should not be allowed to exist.

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