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Pedestrians denied pavements on P.H. road


At least more than a lakh people throng Chennai Central railway station, Government General Hospital and the Park Railway station junction every day as they are important transit points in the city.

‘Cinema hub’ left without footpath


Kodambakkam, situated in the heart of the city is otherwise known as the hub of Tamil cinema, which attracts hundreds of cinema aspirants from nook and corner of the state.

Infact, several yester ye

Vision 2026 to benefit walkers

Pedestrians will be substantially taken care of as the Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority goes about implementing the ‘vision 2026’ in its second master plan that will provide many grade-separ

DC’s second green initiative: Save Chennai pavements


Capital city Chennai is neither green nor has commitment to walkers like in western countries where exclusive civic agencies devotedly focus on proper spacious buildings with approach roads having foo

Partners thank DC for campaign


“We sincerely thank Deccan Chronicle for the e-waste campaign launched in a first of its kind initiative at the Madras University on April 1.

The main aim of this initiative, which is to step up aw

Rules in, gear up to fight e-menace

E-waste management rules 2011 came into force on Tuesday. The consumers are now armed with the right to demand the electronic gadget manufactures to recycle e-waste. Defective gadgets and outdated el

E-waste spoils living rooms


Builder C.M. Rajinikanth of Metha Nagar gave away nearly 34 kg of electronic waste during our recent collection of e-waste campaign in Chennai.

He disposed of outdated speakers, old CPU and a printe

E-waste campaign in full bloom


The Green Chronicle campaign by DC hit the streets of Chennai this weekend. With the social welfare minister Ms B.Valarmathi giving away an outdated inverter and old cables from her house in KK Nagar

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.