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The Hindu's Right to Walk campaign is an attempt to reclaim our city’s footpaths for pedestrians. Through a targeted print and online campaign it hopes to empower residents and goad local officials to act. Here, we showcase photos and stories shared by our readers. For more stories go to My Chennai My Right




No words to express how cleanliness is ever important to us. I visited my home in Madurai recently, I can see big homes but no garbage collection system in place. Its been 6 years since we built our home and uts yet to kick in.i litterally drop the garbage in my car, drive to spot where you have a common bin and dump it there.

from:  Nivedan
Posted on: Jul 22, 2013 at 04:38 IST
                                    
 
                                     
               

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