We celebrate New Year, birthdays, marriage anniversaries, Anti Tobacco Day and World Environment day. But there is a difference between new year celebration, birthday or anti tobacco day celebration. We celebrate birthdays and marriage anniversaries out of pleasure and to share our happiness and feelings. But when it comes to Anti Tobacco Day celebration or World Environment Day Celebration it is a pledge to quit smoking, adapt a healthy lifestyle and preserve our environment. We cannot celebrate these days just as any other day or for the sake of getting our names published in news papers.
Traffic park will educate children and youngsters traffic norms from 1st April 2012. It is a move to teach traffic rules to children and youngsters so that they are less prone to accidents. They will be taught about traffic light, zebra crossing, yellow lines and other traffic rules.
A traffic constable will be present in the park to teach traffic rules to children. It will be learning through fun rather than just remaining an entertainment park. Power point presentations will be shown to children to create awareness among them about traffic rules in the auditorium.
To stop accidents, drunken driving, rash driving and stunts performed by youngsters, Ankush Dhanvijay, City Police chief has formed 50 special squads to prevent any unwelcomed behavior.
Ankush Dhanvijay has said that the appointed sqad will put law breakers behind bars for the whole night and they will be punished. This special action has been taken to avoid accidents which happens on new year eve due to drunken and rash driving. He also added that places like Sadar, Ambazari, Sitabuldi and Futala Talao will be under strict surveillance.
Central India School of Fine Arts (CISFA) organized a workshop “Hues” where children between the age group of 5 to 15 years participated. The theme of the painting was Indian festivals.
The participating children belong to the Basoli Group which has been working for the promotion of fine arts among youngsters since last 36 years.
The paintings will be displayed in the gallery between 17th to 20 December 2011 before they are shifted to Jamtha club house located at VCA stadium.