07 May 2011
After lying in abeyance for past few years, the High Security Number Plate (HSNP) project may soon see light of the day. Plans are afoot to introduce HSNP for vehicles plying on the national capital routes within the next five months.
07 Nov 2013
Hyderabad: All motor vehicles in Andhra Pradesh will have to carry tamper-proof high-security number plates from December 1, State Transport Minister Botsa Satyanarayana said in Hyderabad on Thursday.
01 Mar 2013
Chandigarh Administration has made it mandatory for new vehicle owners to install high security registration plates failing which registration certificate would not be given to them.
11 Jun 2012
The Punjab Government on Monday asked concerned authorities to implement its directive regarding High Security Registration Plates (HSRP) on vehicles and made an appeal to the general public to have them fixed at the earliest.
07 Jan 2012
The fate of High Security Registration Plates (HSRP) for motor vehicles seems to hang in balance. Going by the Supreme Court’s order, to authorise a single agency with the responsibility of manufacturing special number plates that cannot be counterfeited and duplicated, has created road blocks for the Ministry of Road Transport and National Highway.
23 Feb 2012
The procedural installation of much-awaited High Security Number Plates (HSNP) on motor vehicles became operational here from Tuesday.
08 Feb 2012
Tightening the noose on car lifters, the Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered to put high-security number plates on the vehicles till April 30.
08 Aug 2011
In order to put a check on car theft in the state, the Madhya Pradesh government will soon introduce high security number plates. The numbers on these special plates cannot be easily removed or tampered.
16 Apr 2012
The Uttar Pradesh government can continue with the current tendering process for manufacturing high security number plates (HSRPS) for vehicles but before doing it has to take the prior permission of the Supreme Court.
19 Nov 2015
Chennai: Observing that members of the bar are officers of the court and should not impede its functioning, Madras High Court yesterday directed four advocates to tender an apology to a magistrate court for closing its door and preventing its presiding officer from entering it.