India has one of the the worst road-safety records in the world. Over the last decade, over a million people, mostly in the age group of 15 to 45 years, have lost their lives on our roads. Recognising road mishaps as one of the fastest-growing global epidemics, the United Nations declared 2011-2020 as the UN Decade of Action for road safety. In the five years since then, the number of road-accident deaths in India have increased from about 130,000 in 2010, to almost 150,000 today.
by Dr Harshada Rajadhyaksha, B.P.T,PG.D.R. (Rehabilitation Medicine), PGD (D&N); DIRECTOR, Prakruti Sports Science & Physiotherapy Clinic Pvt Ltd In this Pulsating, Vibrant, Vivacious Mumbai lie several imprisoned childhoods. Small apartments, smaller “compounds” filled with parked cars, small pavements filled
by Sachi Aggarwal, Marketing and Communications Associate, EMBARQ India Car ownership is on the rise in Indian cities, but Mumbai’s new Equal Streets movement will help people take back the streets every Sunday while encouraging community interaction and active lifestyles.