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Road safety awareness

Maharashtra Records A Dip In Road Accidents In Last Three Years

Oct 18, 2020 PTI

The state recorded 39,878 road accidents in 2016 and the number came down to 32,925 in 2019, according to Maharashtra highway police data.

Over 150 Deaths On Yamuna Expressway In 2019 Alone, Most Since 2012

Sep 21, 2019 PTI

According to the data, 2018 witnessed 659 road accidents, 1,388 injuries and 111 deaths, while 2017 had 763 accidents, 1,426 injuries and 146 deaths on the expressway.

Truck Driver Fined Rs 1.41 Lakh For Overloading Under New MVA In Delhi

In July, parliament passed the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill, 2019 that came into effect on September 1 2019. It aims to tighten the traffic rules and regulations and impose stricter punishments for violation in a bid to promote road safety.

Remember The Potholes Bengaluru Artist 'Moonwalked' On? They Are Fixed Now -- Video

Sep 04, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

The BBMP has said the potholes on Tunganagar main road in the northwest suburb have been filled with mud, bitumen and asphalted by late afternoon, responding at the earliest to the artist's complaint through social media.

Kerala Journalist Killed By Speeding Car Allegedly Driven By 'Drunk' IAS Officer

The accident occurred when K.M. Basheer, 35, bureau chief of the 'Siraj' newspaper, was returning home on his two-wheeler at around 12.45 a.m. when the car knocked him down in the high-security zone area of the state capital.

16 February, 2019

7 Things Hyundai’s Latest Road Safety Campaign Aims To Teach

Road safety continues to be a big concern in India and carmakers participate in the discussion too

12 February, 2019

'Where's Your Helmet?' Kiran Bedi Dons The Role Of Traffic Cop, Scolds Bikers For Not Wearing Helmets

Outlook Web Bureau

Bedi also seen stopping an overcrowded auto-rickshaw and warning its driver, besides asking some passengers to get off.

17 January, 2019

1,500 Punekars Take Part In Ride In Support Of Helmet Rule

The rally, which was held on Saturday, witnessed helmet-clad policemen and riders from various biking groups ride on Pune streets in support of the helmet rule

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Indian Army and the US Army troops carry out joint training on medical evacuation and underslung carriage of howitzers with help of helicopters during the ongoing 17th Edition of India-US Joint military exercise at...

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Congress General Secreatry Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on her way to meet the family of Arun Valmiki, who allegedly died in police custody, in Agra.

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Farmers participating in Lokniti Satyagraha Kisan Jan Jagran Padyatra, which began on Oct 2 in Bihar's Champaran, carry ashes of farmers killed in Lakhimpur Kheri violence, at the Shastri Ghat on the banks of Varuna in...

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Lawyer Amit Desai arrives at sessions court for the hearing of Aryan Khan's drugs case, in Mumbai.

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Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan's manager Pooja Dadlani arrives at the Sessions Court for a hearing on Aryan Khan's drugs case, in Mumbai.

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