Motorists take over zebra crossings, pedestrians falter

Motor vehicles continue being indifferent about their congestion on zebra crossings despite regulations. Pedestrians become prone to accidents. Rittik Biswas |October 23, 2020 Kolkata: Pedestrians said they continue to face difficulties in crossing roads due to vehicles stopping on the zebra crossings. In spite of traffic restrictions being imposed, vehicles continue to crowd the crossings […]

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Alto sale high despite the auto-sector burnout

Maruti Suzuki Alto was the only car to sell more than two lakh units in India despite a 12.3 percentile decrease in automobile sale in the year 2019. By Arghyadeep Dutta Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitaraman blamed the millenials who, “Prefer to use ride-hailing services such as Ola and Uber… and do not want to […]

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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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Vehicular Theft Cases Increase in Bytarayanapura

Thefts mostly happen between Deepanjali metro line and Mysuru Road metro line. By Aiswarya Sriram Bangalore, Nov. 23, 2018. Byatarayanapura police station has seen an increase in Vehicular theft cases. In  January 2018, 10  cases were registered and in July, 17 cases were registered. The average theft has remained around 13 vehicles every month. Prabhu […]

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