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NGO�s bid to create awareness on road safety

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GUWAHATI, Jan 4 � With catchy punch-lines like �Lord Ganesha luckily got his head replaced, probably you won�t, please protect your head and wear helmet�, Ripe Rainbow, an NGO, is creating awareness among people about the traffic rules through banners and posters.

A campaign to observe the Road Safety Week from January 1 to 7, the NGO is making aware the drivers of three-wheeler, four-wheelers and bike riders on obeying the rules of traffic for a smooth ride and to avoid causing trouble to oneself and the others. Poster campaigns on the arterial roads of the city and distribution of leaflets with tag-lines like �while riding a vehicle you are a driver of your life and that of others� are a part of the campaign.

It may be noted here that many NGOs and corporate houses along with the city traffic police are creating awareness on roads on traffic rules as a part of observing Road Safety Week in the city.

Central services pensioners AGM on January 8

guwahati, Jan 4 � The annual general meeting (AGM) of All India Services Pensioners� Cell, Assam will be held at 11 am on January 8 at the Pensioners� Bhawan, Chandmari, Guwahati, a press release said.

The important matters which are proposed to be discussed in the meeting on January 8 are amendment of the rules governing the functioning of the cell, follow-up action about the suggestions given by the cell to the Government of Assam for bringing about improvement in the quality of governance in the State and action programme of the cell for the year 2011 for promoting the welfare of elderly persons of the State in particular and people of the State as a whole.

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NGO�s bid to create awareness on road safety

GUWAHATI, Jan 4 � With catchy punch-lines like �Lord Ganesha luckily got his head replaced, probably you won�t, please protect your head and wear helmet�, Ripe Rainbow, an NGO, is creating awareness among people about the traffic rules through banners and posters.

A campaign to observe the Road Safety Week from January 1 to 7, the NGO is making aware the drivers of three-wheeler, four-wheelers and bike riders on obeying the rules of traffic for a smooth ride and to avoid causing trouble to oneself and the others. Poster campaigns on the arterial roads of the city and distribution of leaflets with tag-lines like �while riding a vehicle you are a driver of your life and that of others� are a part of the campaign.

It may be noted here that many NGOs and corporate houses along with the city traffic police are creating awareness on roads on traffic rules as a part of observing Road Safety Week in the city.

Central services pensioners AGM on January 8

guwahati, Jan 4 � The annual general meeting (AGM) of All India Services Pensioners� Cell, Assam will be held at 11 am on January 8 at the Pensioners� Bhawan, Chandmari, Guwahati, a press release said.

The important matters which are proposed to be discussed in the meeting on January 8 are amendment of the rules governing the functioning of the cell, follow-up action about the suggestions given by the cell to the Government of Assam for bringing about improvement in the quality of governance in the State and action programme of the cell for the year 2011 for promoting the welfare of elderly persons of the State in particular and people of the State as a whole.

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