Paving Your Way Toward Ill-Health

In 2008, every hour there were approximately 47 reported cases of road accidents in all of India. Of these cases, 54 people were injured and close to 14 people died (every hour), according to the National Crime Records Bureau.  

 
Last Updated: Wednesday 24 June 2015 | 16:58:07 PM

In 2008, every hour there were approximately 47 reported cases of road accidents in all of India. Of these cases, 54 people were injured and close to 14 people died (every hour), according to the National Crime
Records Bureau.
 

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  • And the tragedy is that the

    And the tragedy is that the victims are all our youth. This loss must be stopped. I am making efforts to present a program to the Police Commissioner Traffic. The only sure answer is to empower the stakeholders.Enroll the youth. It must be done in a big way involving corporates and concerned citizens. This will ensure continuity and in days to come a certain amount authority. Straight away we should on the spot recognize and award those who are trying to follow the road rules - the neglected lot. dr.rabi
    rrabindranath@hotmail.com

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