12 Oct 2014
New Delhi: Delhi Transport Corporation buses have been involved in 239 accidents in the national capital in the past five years due to rash and negligent driving.
16 Oct 2014
New Delhi: A Delhi court has acquitted a bus driver of the charges of rash and negligent driving leading to a death of an auto driver, saying that driving at a high speed does not amount to rash or negligent driving.
06 Oct 2014
New Delhi: Refusing to grant any relief to a Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) bus driver for rash and negligent driving in BRT corridor, a court in New Delhi said that drivers should be cautious in places where pedestrian movement is high.
25 Nov 2014
New Delhi: A Bill to solve issues like commercial licences for e-rickshaw drivers will be introduced in the current session of Parliament, Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said.
25 Nov 2014
Jaipur: In compliance with the Modi government's initiative of replacing the need for attestation by a gazetted officer with self-certification by a citizen, the government of Rajasthan has announced the introduction of "self-attestation" and declaration system from January next year.
21 Nov 2014
New Delhi: Minister of Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari said on Friday that a new computerized system would soon be put in place to curb the menace of fake driving licenses, an issue encompassing 30 percent of the drivers in the country.
08 Aug 2014
New Delhi: Delhiites who did not wear seat-belts while driving have drawn the highest number of challans from authorities in the national capital last month with the number touching nearly 23,000.
14 Nov 2014
New Delhi: A Delhi court has refused to set aside the four-day jail term awarded to a man in a drunken driving case, saying that due to such cases "society at large is suffering heavily."
13 Nov 2014
Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Thursday granted four weeks time to the Union Government to respond to a petition seeking amendments in law to enhance punishment for offenders in drunk driving cases and more compensation to the accident victims.
12 Nov 2014
New Delhi: More women are now going online than men and their user-base has grown about 30 percent this year across metros and tier I cities, an IAMAI-IMRB report said.