Commuters travelling on the road from Chhota Shimla to the lift were a harried lot, as there was a traffic jam on the road on Tuesday evening. The vehicles were plying on a snail’s pace and it took us almost 40 minutes to cover 4 km. The police need to work on its traffic plan. — Gaurav and Rajni, Pinjour
No end to stray dog menace
Stray dogs have become a common sight in Shimla. Dogs can be seen on The Mall. On the Cart Road, stray dogs can be seen sleeping on pedestrian paths. The authorities concerned should take measures to check the problem, as it is causing inconvenience to commuters. — Ajay, Shimla
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