Traffic cops use IPL memes to educate motorists on rules | Hyderabad News

Hyderabad: To improve road safety, Cyberabad traffic police took to social media to educate citizens on traffic rules, the IPL way.
In a series of tweets on social media titled ‘Road safety lessons from IPL 2020’, Cyberabad traffic cops used quirky IPL memes to spread traffic awareness.
Mohammed Khaja, traffic constable, Cyberabad social media team, a sports enthusiast, is the brain behind the memes.
“We earlier tried to post traffic rules on Twitter but it hardly got noticed. So, on seeing the trend of memes, I used it as an opportunity to make people discuss traffic rules in a more engaging way,” said Khaja.
On September 21, day after Delhi Capitals won the super over following a tie with Kings XI Punjab in IPL, Khaja posted a meme: “There is no Super Over in our Life to get another chance. Follow Traffic Rules. Save Lives”.
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Pain. Outrage. Demands for justice. 

Following months of racial unrest in Austin and across the nation, KVUE is shedding light on the roots and results of systemic racism in Austin in a two-night TV special.

Part one will air on KVUE Sept. 21 at 6 p.m., and part two will air on KVUE Sept. 22 at 6 p.m.



Chapter one
Looking back at Austin’s history of systemic racism


With the end of the U.S. Civil War, 3.5 million enslaved Black Americans would be set free. Even though President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation had been issued in 1862, which would eventually lead to the end of slavery in the Confederacy, it wasn’t until June 19, 1865 – the date now known as Juneteenth – that word reached Texas when Union General Gordon Granger announced the order to the people of Galveston, Texas.  

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