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<strong>Motor</strong> Vehicle Bill to be re-drafted in a month: Gadkari

Motor Vehicle Bill to be re-drafted in a month: Gadkari

05 Jun 2014

New Delhi: India's Motor Vehicle Bill will be re-drafted within a month in line with advanced international practices to enhance road safety, Road Transport, Highways and Shipping Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Thursday.

India's Motor Vehicle Bill,   road safety,   Nitin Gadkari,   Gopinath Munde,   Munde’s road accident,  
Army asked to pay Rs 14.5 lakh compensation to staff's family

Army asked to pay Rs 14.5 lakh compensation to staff's family

03 Jun 2014

New Delhi: Army has been directed by a Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (MACT) to pay over Rs 14.5 lakh to the family members of a washer man in the force who died in an accident involving its rashly driven truck here in 2008.

Motor Accident Claims Tribunal,   Indian Army,   Army asked to pay compensation,   Army to pay compensation,  
EC gives nod to transport department for making helmets compulsory for women

EC gives nod to transport department for making helmets compulsory for women

29 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The Chief Electoral Officer on Monday gave the nod to Delhi government’s decision of making wearing of helmets mandatory for women.

Helmets for women,   Helmets for women compulsory,   LG Najeeb Jung,   Delhi Motor Vehicle Act,   transport department,   Delhi Motor Vehicle Rules,  
Hearing adjourned in Salman Khan’s hit-and-run case till 8th April

Hearing adjourned in Salman Khan’s hit-and-run case till 8th April

26 Mar 2014

Mumbai: Hearing in the 2002 hit-and-run case involving actor Salman Khan was adjourned till April 8. The trial could not begin in the case on Wednesday as the witnesses did not appear before the sessions court.

Salman Khan ,   Hearing adjourned,   2002 hit-and-run case,  Toyota Land Cruiser,  Sessions court,   ,  
Maruti Suzuki to scale up safety measures at Manesar plant

Maruti Suzuki to scale up safety measures at Manesar plant

03 Aug 2012

Hit by worst ever violence in its history, the country's largest car maker Maruti Suzuki on Friday said it is considering to deploy advanced safety measures for its employees at the Manesar plant.

Maruti Suzuki,   Maruti Suzuki India,   Manesar plant,   Suzuki Motor Corp,  
AAP Ministers get <strong>Toyota</strong> Innova cars as official perks

AAP Ministers get Toyota Innova cars as official perks

03 Jan 2014

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party Ministers of Delhi, except Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, were on Friday given Toyota Innova cars as official perks.

AAP Ministers,   AAP government,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Innova,   Delhi Ministers,  
SC to hear plea for scrapping use of red beacon by VIPs

SC to hear plea for scrapping use of red beacon by VIPs

03 Feb 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear a plea for scrapping a rule that allows use of red beacons on the vehicles of high dignitaries, observing that the term 'high dignitaries' used for people is contrary to democratic ethos.

Supreme Court,   red beacon,   VIPs,   Central Motor Vehicles Rules,   red beacon lights,  
Family of MTNL employee gets Rs 42 lakh compensation

Family of MTNL employee gets Rs 42 lakh compensation

14 Jan 2014

New Delhi: The family members of a MTNL employee, who died in a road accident in 2009, have been given a compensation of nearly Rs 42 lakh by a motor accident claims tribunal (MACT).

MTNL,   MTNL employee compensation,   MTNL employee accident,   motor accident claims tribunal,   MACT,  
Red beacons only for high constitutional functionaries, rules SC

Red beacons only for high constitutional functionaries, rules SC

10 Dec 2013

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday said that red beacon lights without flashers would be used on the vehicles of only high constitutional functionaries and blue beacon lights will be used only on emergency services and police.

Red beacons,   Supreme Court,   Motor Vehicle Act,   red beacon lights,   constitutional functionaries,  
<strong>Motor</strong>-mouth leaders first dent decency, then paint apology

Motor-mouth leaders first dent decency, then paint apology

28 Dec 2012

Mud-slinging, passing buck and shedding crocodile tears have become a routine political affair across the world, but India is way ahead by having argumentative politicians who do not lose chance of dropping bombshell, no matter how critical or sensitive the situation is.

Ministers slur comments,   slur remarks,   controversy on remarks,   controversial comments,  

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