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Provocative billboards distract drivers, lead to <strong>road</strong> accidents!

Provocative billboards distract drivers, lead to road accidents!

12 Jan 2015

Manila: Commercial billboards with erotic images and highly emotive words distract drivers and may consequently lead to road accidents, says a new study.

billboard,   erotic images,   emotive words,   drivers,   road accidents,   driving behaviour,  
Parents disregard child <strong>road</strong> safety guidelines: Study

Parents disregard child road safety guidelines: Study

07 Jan 2015

New York: Using a rear-facing car seat until a child is two years old reduces risk of serious injury but close to one-quarter of parents in US turn the seat around before their child is even a year old, shows a survey.

Parents,   children,   road safety guidelines,  
Sea level rise accelerating more than once thought: Study

Sea level rise accelerating more than once thought: Study

15 Jan 2015

Washington: The world's oceans are now rising far faster than they did in the past, a new study says. The study found that for much of the 20th century until about 1990 sea level was about 30 percent less than earlier research had figured.

NGO,   highlighting,   Vinod Tawde,   Maharashtra,   Annual Status of Education Report,   ASER,  
Adventurous couple marries atop Maharashtra's tallest peak

Adventurous couple marries atop Maharashtra's tallest peak

29 Dec 2014

Nashik: A Mumbai engineer and a cost accountant had a traditional marriage in the presence of their families atop the misty Mt. Kalsubai, Maharashtra's tallest peak.

Adventurous couple,   Maharashtra,   Peak,   Mt. Kalsubai,  marriage,  
Leopards reside along with human beings, find researchers

Leopards reside along with human beings, find researchers

20 Nov 2014

Kolkata: Outside their protected areas, leopards often reside in human habitats, but avoid encounters with people, a new study shows. Some researchers radio-collared five leopards in Maharashtra and Himachal Pradesh, for the first time in India, and recorded their movement patterns in human-dominated areas outside their protected habitat.

Leopard,   Maharashtra,   Himachal Pradesh,   Wildlife Conservation Society,   ,  
Tips to make long distance driving a safe and smooth experience

Tips to make long distance driving a safe and smooth experience

29 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Hitting the road on your next trip? Whether its a fun ride with friends or a trip with the family, long hours behind the wheels can exhaust you   easily. It is important to prepare for a long distance road trip to make your journey smooth and a memorable one.

long distance driving,   car,   road safety rules,   journey,   fuel efficiency,   GPS,   road map,  
Commuters saved man trapped between train and platform

Commuters saved man trapped between train and platform

08 Aug 2014

Perth: Commuters in Perth pushed against a train to help a man trapped between a train and platform. People often come together for a good cause, and passengers travelling on the train saved the fellow passenger by tilting the train.

Commuters,   trapped in train,   platform,   accident,   train mishap,   ,  
Woman who sold 'mangalsutra' to build toilet honoured

Woman who sold 'mangalsutra' to build toilet honoured

06 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Maharashtra Rural Development Minister Pankaja Munde on Thursday honoured Sangita Awhale, a woman from Saikheda village in Washim district, who sold her 'mangalsutra' to build a toilet.

mangalsutra,   toilet,   Sangita Awhale,   Washim,   Maharashtra,   Rural Development Minister,   Pankaja Munde,  
Healthy fear of crime is good for you

Healthy fear of crime is good for you

13 Aug 2014

New York: Do you often fear that you are going to be the next victim of burglary, road rage or racial crime? Show a natural response to crime and do not let that fear reach chronic or phobic levels.

fear,   healthy,  crime,   burglary,   adolescents,   road rage,  
A rallyist whom mountains can't slow down

A rallyist whom mountains can't slow down

02 Oct 2014

Shimla: Ace rallyist Suresh Rana, who captured the Maruti Suzuki Raid-de-Himalaya, one of the world's toughest off-road motor rallies, nine times in the four-wheeler Xtreme category, aims to capture the tenth title this year in the 16th edition beginning next month.

Rallyist,   Maruti Suzuki,   Himalaya,   road motor rallies,   Raid-de-Himalaya,   Suresh Rana ,  

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