The EMRIP danger zone
May 13, 2012
The roads of North Chennai and the endless line of container trucks on them claim infamy from hours-long traffic snarls as well as devastating accidents. Lack of facilities and bureaucratic hurdles heighten the crisis. Catch the full story by Deepa H. Ramakrishnan and N.Anand in the City pages of The Hindu on Monday.
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