The Railways has appealed to passengers noticing inflammable materials on trains or railway premises to inform officials on the mobile number 09840668675 (Southern Railway Zone). According to a press release, in case of an emergency, passengers may pull the alarm chain and wait for the train to halt. Passengers are advised not to carry inflammable material on trains as it would endanger the safety of passengers and railway property. Carrying dangerous or offensive goods is prohibited under section 67 of the Railway Act and is punishable under sections 164 and 165 of The Railway Act, 1989.
A work is no more a job when you start enjoying it. It is attitude that matters and as we know every good deed brings in pleasant feelings and many passengers vouch for L.Kanaga Subramani, a bus conductor who has proved it so.
L.Kanaga Subramani reads out the Thirukkural everyday to his passengers. He is definitely not your average bus conductor.
The first thing he does on waking up each morning is reach for the Thirukkural. He studies a couplet and dwells on its meaning. When he leaves home for work, bus conductor L. Kanaga Subramani carries the book with him. At the Mettupalayam bus stand, he goes about work as usual — he dispenses tickets to passengers of an Ooty-bound bus. But when the bus stops briefly at Kallar at around 7.15 a.m., Subramani puts away his ticket bag and swings into action.