Right to Walk - In search of pavements
Jul 1, 2013
It is no understatement to say that the state of the pedestrian on Chennai's roads is perhaps the worst. Ill-maintained, broken and many times, non-existent pavements are the reality. As part of The Hindu’s campaign – My Chennai My Right, we share some images that beg for better infrastructure for the common man. Photos: R. Ragu and S.S. Kumar
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