THERE WERE MAJOR delays on some of the major routes in and around Dublin this evening, with reports of a vehicle on fire on the N11 Wexford to Dublin road, delays in the city centre and delays on the M4 in Dublin and Kildare.Earlier this evening, a truck broke down just after O’Connell Bridge on D’Olier Street in the city centre, and a broken down bus on the North Quays also caused traffic delays.AA Roadwatch said motorists are being urged to take care on their approach to J6 Bray/Fassaroe after reports of a fire on the N11 road.Further afield, there were reports of an overturned lorry on the A3/N54 Clones/Cavan road on the Fermanagh side of the border where drivers are also urged to take care on approach.A serious collision at Abbeyfeale has seen the N21 Limerick to Tralee road closed in both directions. Diversions are in place.There are reports of debris on the off ramp of the M7 Limerick/Dublin road northbound at J21 Borris, and on the M4 Sligo/Dublin road eastbound between J12 Kinnegad and the M6 merge.Read: Man wins damages after claiming Dublin Bus ruined his family trip to IrelandRead: ‘Senseless’: Fáilte Ireland’s decision to shut down its Dublin Airport tourist office criticised By Sean Murray 11,452 Views Share Tweet Email A fire on the N11 at Bray and a broken down truck on D’Olier Street delaying the Friday commute Further afield, there are traffic delays in Limerick and Monaghan this evening. 3 Comments Image: Sam Boal/Rollingnews.ie Image: Sam Boal/Rollingnews.ie Friday 10 Mar 2017, 7:35 PM http://jrnl.ie/3281904 Mar 10th 2017, 7:35 PM Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Kadapa: The Gandi Veranjaneya Swamy temple one of the famous temples in the Rayala Seema region situated in Gandi Kshetrem village of Chakrayapeta mandal was officially merged in the TTD from 28th August. Assistant Commissioner of Endowment department and temple executive officer Pattem Guruprasad has handed over related documents to the TTD deputy EO Govindarajan in a meeting on Tuesday. Also Read – TDP to open shelters for victims of attacks Advertise With Us According to the temple executive officer temple is having Rs 4.33crores cash, 900 grams gold, 100 Silver at the time of temple handed over the TTD. Speakig to media persons on Wednesday temple EO Guru Prasad said that following directions of the government and endowment commissioner from 28-8-2019 all movable and unmovable properties cash, gold, silver and staff were merged in the TTD. Vempalli YSR Congress in charge Konda Reddy and others were present.