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Chennai - 372 years young


As the city of Chennai turns 372, The Hindu, from its Photo Archives, brings alive Madras through the years - when horse-drawn jutkas and trams graced the roads, the visits of Jawaharlal Nehru and Gandhiji drew huge crowds, and the Gemini flyover was under construction. Driving on the spacious NSC Bose road was a pleasure but Mount Road already had its share of traffic jams. Photos: The Hindu Archives




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