13 Jan 2015
Mumbai: If you don't see traffic police on the road, don't try to break the signal as violators shall be caught on camera as part of the E-Challan procedure which will be soon made mandatory by the Maharashtra Government.
19 Jan 2013
Traffic violators will not get away easily when the e-challan system is enforced this year, a Delhi Traffic Police official said on Friday.
28 Nov 2012
The Punjab Transport department is planning to introduce electronic system for imposing fine on traffic violators from next month.
27 Oct 2012
Haryana Police has launched e-challan system for violation of traffic rules in Ambala-Panchkula Commissionerate of Police.
11 Dec 2011
Tightening the noose around commuters violating traffic rules, Delhi Police now will be seen with an electronic device rather the Challan Book. With this e-challans, they will also be able to take photographs of the vehicles.
24 May 2011
The abrupt end of the high tech ‘E-Challan’ drive of traffic department has even further compounded the miseries of people. Under the high-tech project which started on May 17, 2010 traffic police officials and SHOs of Noida were provided with Simputers for computerized challan. People, who have cleared their penalty on challans issued through Simputers are yet to get back papers of theirvehicles.
19 Sep 2016
New Delhi: US technology firm Motorola Mobility: A Lenovo Brand on Monday launched Moto E Power smartphone in India at Rs 7,999.
19 Sep 2016
Beijing: Skirting direct reference to Pakistan and JeM, China on Monday voiced concern over "escalation" of tensions and "rising temperatures" in Kashmir after the Uri terror attack and called on India and Pakistan to resolve their differences through dialogue.
18 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Mobile operator Bharti Airtel on Sunday said it has rolled out over 20,000 units of Aadhaar based e-KYC solution across India, and plans to have the facility deployed in over 500,000 retail outlets, including in rural pockets, in the coming months.
07 Sep 2016
Chandigarh: Cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu will formally announce a new political front 'Awaaz-e-Punjab' on Thursday. The former Rajya Sabha member had on September 2 floated the new political front online. It will contest the Punjab assembly elections, slated for early next year.