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Mamata Banerjee blames traffic cop for seizing license of Kolkata mayor's niece

Mamata Banerjee blames traffic cop for seizing license of Kolkata mayor's niece

26 May 2015

Kolkata: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday blamed the traffic police constable on duty for seizing the license of the city mayor's niece unnecessarily, saying she was only a little girl.

Mamata Banerjee,   mayor niece,   West Bengal Chief Minister,   traffic police,   Driving license,   Traffic rules,   TMC,   Latest state news ,  
Drivers need to respect right of others using the road: Delhi Court

Drivers need to respect right of others using the road: Delhi Court

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.

Delhi Court,   Rash Driving,   Driving Rules,   Traffic Rules,   Delhi Police,   Latest News,  
 High BP <strong>driving</strong> heart diseases in India

High BP driving heart diseases in India

21 May 2015

Washington: Hypertension or high blood pressure has been found to be the most common cardiovascular risk factor in a study of outpatient care in India.Of the 68,196 patients from 10 cardiology outpatient departments included in the US-led study, hypertension was present in nearly 30 percent patients followed by other risk factors including diabetes, current tobacco use and high cholesterol.

High BP,   Blood Pressure,   Heart diseases,   cardiovascular risk ,   high cholesterol,   Latest health news,  
 70 percent people use smartphones while <strong>driving</strong>: Study

70 percent people use smartphones while driving: Study

21 May 2015

New York: Most people at some point of time use their smartphone while driving. And the use is not just confined to making or receiving calls as some people also click selfies while driving, a new study says.

smartphones,   selfies,   driving,   telecommunications,   Instagram,   smartphone addiction,   Latest lifestyle news ,  
Google to begin testing self-<strong>driving</strong> cars on public roads this summer

Google to begin testing self-driving cars on public roads this summer

16 May 2015

DETROIT: Google Inc's self-driving cars will begin testing on public roads this summer, but they will have steering wheels and brakes, which is not what the company described a year ago.

Google,   Google Inc,   Google self driving cars,   Public roads,   Google car testing,   Self control cars,  
'DTC buses cause 239 accidents in 5 yrs due to <strong>rash</strong> <strong>driving</strong>'

'DTC buses cause 239 accidents in 5 yrs due to 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.

Delhi Transport Corporation,   DTC buses ,  
Drive cautiously where pedestrian movement is high: Court

Drive cautiously where pedestrian movement is high: Court

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.

Drive,   Pedestrian,   Zebra crossing,   Rash driving,   DTC bus drivers,   ,  
High speed does not amount to <strong>rash</strong> or negligent <strong>driving</strong>: Court

High speed does not amount to rash or negligent driving: Court

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.

Delhi court,   Bus driver,   Rash driving,   Negligent driving,   Auto driver,   High speed driving,  
Nearly 23,000 challans in July for not wearing seat belts in Delhi

Nearly 23,000 challans in July for not wearing seat belts in Delhi

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.

Challans,   July,   Delhi,   transport department,   registration certificates,   seat-belts,   rash driving,   national capital ,  
Middle class <strong>driving</strong> iPhone sales in emerging markets: Tim Cook

Middle class driving iPhone sales in emerging markets: Tim Cook

28 Apr 2015

New York: Middle class and first time smartphone buyers in emerging markets such as India and China were among the major drivers of iPhone sales in January-March period with the momentum expected to continue, Apple CEO Tim Cook has said.

iPhone,   Smartphones,   Apple,   CEO Tim Cook,   iPads,   BRIC countries,   iPhone sales,   Latest business News ,  

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