Ritchie street is the grey market or unorganized shopping hub for electronic goods, chiefly from China and Korea, in Chennai, India. The market is centered in Ritchie Street and is spread through the surrounding Narasingapuram Street, Wallers Street, Meeran Sahib Street, Mohammed Hussain Sahib Street, and Guruappa Road, all adjacent to Anna Salai (formerly Mount Road). The street is always crowded, and very little space is available for the movement of vehicles or pedestrians. It is also infamous for its sale of illegally copied content like video games and movies.
Tamil Nadu is a state in Southern India. Its tourism industry, centered around Hindu temples, wild life sanctuaries, hill stations and waterfalls is the second largest in India, with an annual growth rate of 16%. It has an extensive tourism industry. Tourism in Tamil Nadu is promoted by Tamil Nadu Tourism Development Corporation (TTDC), an organisation run by the Government of Tamil Nadu. The tagline adopted for promoting tourism in Tamil Nadu is Enchanting Tamil Nadu.
Anna Flyover (aka Gemini Flyover) (Tamil: அண்ணா மேம்பாலம்) , lies in the heart of Chennai. Opened in 1973, it was the first flyover in the country and in Chennai. Its main purpose is to allow traffic movement on Mount Road — now renamed Anna Salai — near Nungambakkam High Road (Uthamar Gandhi Salai) to continue unhindered by the cross traffic.