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Chaos reigns on BRTS in Old City 28.7.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Chaos reigns on BRTS in Old City
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Reader’s mail 28.7.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Reader’s mail
Noida women swear by 'guarded' carpooling 28.7.2014 Noida - City - The Times of India
Carpooling is not a new concept for the smart commuters in NCR. For most, it's the best way to travel - it drastically reduces your office-travel expenses, you get to do your bit for a greener environment, and it also helps in reducing traffic congestion.
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Karimganj residents suffer due to illegal parking 28.7.2014 The Assam Tribune
Karimganj residents suffer due to illegal parking
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Here's how K R Puram junction can be de-congested 28.7.2014 Citizen Matters

Fed up of that big jam near K R Puram junction? Here are some solutions that will really ease the traffic there and make life easy for commuters.

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Rain visits Lonavala, so does traffic 28.7.2014 DNA: Opinion
Pune: The enthusiasm of tourists from Pune and Mumbai resulted in traffic jams in Lonavala as incessant rains put the brakes on the traffic flow towards the hill station. Tourists ended up spending hours on the road expecting either to reach the vacation spot or return to their homes. There was a huge rush of vehicles from Pune and Mumbai to reach Lonavala. Some visitors had to face traffic especially at the peak hours from 10am to 1pm. "It was the weekend and it was raining. Cars, buses and heavy vehicles were driving slowly which resulted in traffic. Right before the Lonavala exit we had to wait for a few minutes to pass through," said Pranali Kolekar, resident of Chembur in Mumbai who was travelling to Lonavala with her family. A group of friends from Pune left for Lonavala around 4am to avoid any traffic. One of the group members, Arnav Varier said, "we left early morning. Though there was no traffic on the expressway then, there was heavy rainfall on the hill station which made the drive difficult. ...
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Eid preparations on in full swing in Srinagar 28.7.2014 DNA: Opinion
Eid preparations are on in full swing in the Valley which is resulting in a huge rush of shoppers everywhere in the markets of Srinagar. Eid will be celebrated in the country tomorrow. A huge rush of shoppers could be seen today in the markets of Kashmir Valley as the residents here have started preparing for the Eid-ul-Fitr that will be celebrated on Monday or Tuesday all over the world depend upon the crescent (moon). A customer Peroz Ahmad told ANI, "You can see the celebrations around eid here. There is a huge traffic jam. Srinagar is just bustling with activity. It is a big day for all of us. We just shopped for our kids here, so we are very happy." Marking the end of the holy month of Ramazan, people were seen buying clothes and food items including mutton, chicken, bakery, confectionery, sweets, vegetables and toys for children. Markets in the Lal chowk and other civil lines areas were full of shoppers who were purchasing eid items on a large scale which led to shopkeepers doing very good ...
NMMC installs iron poles to stop bikes on Vashi footpath 28.7.2014 TOI: All Headlines
NMMC installs iron poles to stop bikes on Vashi footpath
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Crammed bridges a cause for worry 28.7.2014 The New Indian Express - Kerala - http://newindianexpress.com/states/kerala/
People's problems 28.7.2014 deccanherald.com
Desilt clogged stormwater drain The drainage on 15th 'H' Cross in Muthyalanagar behind JPPark was desilted on June 26. However, the mud removed from the drainage was dumped on the road side and it has not been removed even to this day. Rain water has washed away this mud into the drainage, blocking the SWD. The drainage has turned into a mosquito breeding ground on account of stagnation of water. The residents here face the threat of vector-borne diseases. Hope the authorities concerned will wake up at the earliest. Sumanth Kini Construct platform at railway station It has become a herculean task for the travellers to board/alight trains at the newly opened Krishnadevaraya Halt Station, Hampinagar. The South Western Railway has not constructed a platform here. Children, senior citizens and women are finding it very difficult to board/alight trains here. The Railway authorities are requested to construct a platform in the station at the earliest. Also, it would of immense help if a stoppage is given at ...
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Permit pinch for female auto drivers 28.7.2014 The Telegraph : Bihar
The decision of the regional transport authority not to provide permit to any new autorickshaw has shattered the dreams of many women.
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Pending encroachment cases to obstruct road widening 28.7.2014 Jaipur News, Jaipur City News | Cities News - Times of India
Widening a road between Gopalpura and Triveni Puliya will be an uphill task for Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) as a major number of shopkeepers' cases are pending in ...
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Mumbai gets another downpour, but its catchment areas just a 'trickle' 27.7.2014 TOI: Mumbai
After a lull of a few days, the city received heavy downpour on Sunday that led to waterlogging and traffic jams in several areas. The rains, however, again eluded the catchment areas, which got enough water to add just three more days’ supply to the city’s stock of 90 ...
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Delhi autos strike tomorrow over police atrocities 27.7.2014 Hindustan Times: India
If you travel to your workplace or college by autorickshaw look for an alternative tomorrow Upset with the alleged police atrocities the autorickshaw unions have called a one day symbolic strike on ...
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Campus Capsule: ICIP-2014 27.7.2014 Hindu: Cities
The eighth International Conference on Information Processing (ICIP)-2014 was inaugurated by S.S. Iyengar, Director and Ryder Professor, School of Computing and Information Sciences, Florida Inter...
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‘Who wants flyovers?’ 27.7.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘Who wants flyovers?’
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Plans to open traffic knots in town 27.7.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Plans to open traffic knots in town
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Balkampet Link Road Inauguration Soon 27.7.2014 newindianexpress.com
CM will throw it open to public, says GHMC commissioner
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BWSSB Work Brings Traffic to a Crawl 27.7.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Market chokes capital 27.7.2014 The Telegraph : Jharkhand
Ranchi, July 26: A traffic rearrangement to facilitate Id shopping backfired when hundreds of commuters were caught in jams in the heart of the state capital this afternoon.
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