09 Apr 2016
New Delhi: The 17-year-old boy who allegedly knocked dead a man with his father's Mercedes in Civil Lines here has now been charged with culpable homicide considering his past record of negligent driving, police said today.
03 Jul 2015
Jaipur: Actress-turned-politician Hema Malini's driver was today detained and an FIR was filed against him for rash driving and causing death by negligence in connection with last night's accident in which a four-year-old girl was killed and five others including the the BJP MP were injured.
09 Dec 2015
New Delhi: A diplomat from Russian Embassy allegedly hit a biker with his speeding car, rammed into a barricade and later assaulted a police official at south Delhi's Moti Bagh area today.
09 Oct 2015
New Delhi: To check traffic violations, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) will soon launch a mobile application on which public can make complaints against those doing rash driving, breaching speed limit or involved in any other similar acts.
05 Apr 2015
New Delhi: A person is supposed to drive a vehicle on the correct side and respect the rights of others on the road, a Delhi court has observed while upholding the conviction of a man for rash driving.
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.
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.
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.
04 Oct 2016
Mumbai: Popular actor Alok Nath's son has been booked for alleged drunken driving in suburban Mumbai, police said on Tuesday.
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.