Expired RC? Get ready to be fined

The number of private vehicles with expired registration certificates is increasing in Bangalore. By Archita Chakraborty The regional transport office stated that over two lakh two-wheelers and four-wheelers are operating with expired  registration certificates in the city. The number of vehicles seized by the Regional Transport Office (RTO) increased by 45.54 per cent since 2017. […]

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Bengaluru successfully tackles Diwali menace

Green crackers and effective checks on sale of other crackers has saved the air quality of the city this year By Niket Nishant Bengaluru:Despite initial fears of a shortage, green crackers used in Diwali this year have prevented the quality of air from deteriorating in the city after the festival. Data from the Central Pollution […]

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Will Electric Buses take over?

Concession Aims to Introduce Electric Buses By SA Gayatri Bangalore, Jan. 24, 2019. The National Institute of Transforming India (NITI) Aayog scheme has issued a model concession agreement for Public-Private Partnership (PPP) aimed at the operation and maintenance of electric buses in cities across India, hopefully at some point in 2019. This model concession agreement […]

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