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Bhumika Gurung injured during cycle competition practice 25.9.2017 Cinema-Showbiz
Television actress Bhumika Gurung got injured while preparing for a sequence in the show "Nimki Mukhiya". She says she is recovering now.
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Two die after bike hits bus 24.9.2017 Hindu: News
Navi Mumbai: Two junior college students died on Sunday after the bike they were riding crashed into a state transport bus that had halted at a bus stop in Kalamboli on Sion-Panvel highway.Around 8.30...
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OjO Electric To Offer Ford-Branded Line Of Electric Adult Scooters For Global Distribution 23.9.2017 New Kerala: World News
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Sept. 23, 2017 : OjO Electric today announced an official global licensing agreement with Ford Motor Company to create an exclusive line of six Ford OjO Commuter Scooters.
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Two nabbed for killing businessman 23.9.2017 DNA: Urban Tales
The North West district police have arrested two people involved in a robbery and murder case of a businessman from Ashoka Park area of Bharat Nagar. According to police, the accused, identified as Sanjay, 24 and Dalip Singh, 31, residents of Azadpur and Shakti Nagar respectively, were arrested along with two others who robbed and murdered Sanjeev Gajwani, 42, a merchant of threads of hosiery at Shastri Nagar, last month outside his house. "According to eyewitnesses, of the two bikes used in the crime, one was a white colour Yamaha R15. Details of the bike were obtained from the Transport Authority office after which we managed to trace the location and arrest the duo," said Milind Dumbere, Deputy Commissioner Of Police, North West district. According to a police officer, the two accused revealed the names of their associates in the crime, Rajesh and Ravi Dedha, residents of Kaithal and Ghaziabad, who are still absconding. It was revealed that since Dalip used to work in Shastri Nagar he was aware that ...
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Why high petrol prices hurt 21.9.2017 HBL: Home
Informal sector workers, relying on two wheelers, feel the pinch
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Biker crushed by speeding DTC bus 19.9.2017 All News-IANS Stories
A 29-year-old man was crushed by a speeding Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) bus in south Delhi, police said on Tuesday.
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Traffic cops blink on tackling LED lights, tinted windows 17.9.2017 TOI: Goa
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Bike riders most vulnerable in accidents 13.9.2017 Hindu: Cities
Account for nearly one-third of deaths in road accidents in State over the years; not wearing helmets is a key issue
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Big hike in parking fee hits rail commuters hard 10.9.2017 Deccan Herald - City
Day-long parking at railway stations in BBMP areas will cost a bomb now as the the Railways has increased the fee, leading to dissatisfaction among commuters. Parking at the 11 railway stations in the city will cost much more than the fee paid at the terminals of BMTC and Namma Metro stations. The fee for car parking has gone up from Rs 30 per day to Rs 300, whereas for bikes, the increase is from Rs 20 per day to Rs 50. The office of the Divisional Railway Manager said the parking fee was hiked on a par with the BBMP, which has proposed a similar fare structure in the upcoming smart parking management system. "We noticed that people who do not use train services were using our parking lots even as there was no space left for our commuters. The first priority is our commuters. So, we decided to stipulate a fee of Rs 20 for every additional hour with a ceiling of Rs 300," a railway official said. However, S Chandrashekhar, a resident of Chamarajpet, said many outsiders parked at the railway station as ...
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Switch to clean vehicles or be bulldozed: Nitin Gadkari to automakers 7.9.2017 ET: Policy
According to the road transport and highways minister, a Cabinet note on electric vehicles is ready that will take care of charging stations.
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Nitin gadkari: Switch to clean vehicles or be bulldozed: Nitin Gadkari to automakers - Times of India 7.9.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Nitin gadkari: Switch to clean vehicles or be bulldozed: Nitin Gadkari to automakers - Times of India
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As cab fares go up, so does demand for bike taxis 6.9.2017 Hindu: Home
Some companies continue to operate even though government is yet to legalise the service
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BJP bike rally: ban orders clamped in Mysuru 5.9.2017 deccanherald.com
The city police have clamped prohibitory orders under Section 144 of CrPC for two days from Wednesday 6 am in the wake of "Mangaluru Chalo" bike rally organised by the Bharatiya Janata Party. Addressing a press meet here on Tuesday, police commissioner Dr A S Subrahmanyeswara Rao warned of initiating stringent action against people taking part in the motorbike rally. The BJP has called for the rally for protesting killing of Hindu activists in Dakshina Kannada district. "Rowdy sheets will be opened against those who take part in the rally. This will prove detrimental for their future. Besides, they will be arrested and lodged in prison for violation of the prohibitory orders. Their motorbikes will be seized. Twelve buses have been hired from the Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation for transporting the arrested activists. It is better the youth stay away from the rally. Otherwise, they have to face a bleak future," he said. When his attention was brought to the statements of the BJP leaders that ...
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One day to three days Trin Trin membership on the anvil 28.8.2017 Hindu: National
However, tourists will not be allowed to keep the bicycles overnight
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Awareness meet on road safety organised 27.8.2017 The Assam Tribune
Awareness meet on road safety organised
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Cycle lanes coming up in Koramangala, HSR Layout 21.8.2017 deccanherald.com
Work is in progress on dedicated cycle lanes in Koramangala and HSR Layout. The lanes also cover Sarjapur Road, Outer Ring Road, Ibbaluru Junction and Jakkasandra Cross. Work on the Rs 20.47 crore project began last month, and is likely to be completed by February or March 2018. Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) is planning the lanes in association with the Karnataka government's department of urban land transport (DULT). The authorities plan to instal CCTV cameras to keep an eye on motorists who stray into the cycle lanes. "The tracks stretch 27.5 km on the main roads. We want to make sure no motorist enters the cycle lane," said Nandeesh J R, executive engineer, Traffic Engineering Cell (TEC), BBMP. Some companies have volunteered to fund the CCTV cameras. In HSR Layout, the authorities have painted the entire lane green, but it has no physical barrier to prevent other vehicles from straying into it. In Jayanagar Bengaluru got its first dedicated cycle lane in 2012, with a 40 km stretch in ...
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28 bikers without helmets died daily in 2016 14.8.2017 TOI: Delhi Times
About 28 two-wheeler riders died daily on Indian roads in 2016 for not wearing helmets and another 15 for not fastening their seatbelts, according to an analysis of data shared by states with the transport ministry.
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Landslide in Himachal buries vehicles, 50 dead 14.8.2017 TOI: Home
Forty-two bodies were pulled out of a Manali-bound bus, with 47 on board, which was swept 2km away and got buried under 50 feet of debris. It was coming from Chamba. The other bus, an AC coach headed for Katra from Manali, had eight passengers, of whom three are dead. A biker was also among the dead.
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‘Chak de India!’ rally flagged off 13.8.2017 Hindu: Cities
Over 1,500 people of all ages participate in the event to promote a healthy lifestyle
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Two DTC drivers die after mini-truck rams into bus 12.8.2017 DNA: Popular News
Two Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) drivers were killed and six people were injured early on Friday, after a mini-truck rammed into a stationary bus at the Madhuban Chowk underpass in the Rani Bagh area of northwest Delhi. The truck driver has been arrested. The deceased were identified as Pramod, 37, and Sunil, 32, residents of outer Delhi. The injured were identified as Sukhpreet, 23, Mohan Kumar Mishra, 21, Mohammad Abrar, 25, Anandanandi, 25, Sumit Kumar, 27, and Bhubneshwar Jha, 27. According to the police, the incident took place around 12.15 am. The DTC bus, being driven by Pramod, had broken down near the flyover. "Pramod and conductor Sumit got down. Sumit started diverting the traffic on the road while Pramod was checking the bus's engine. Suddenly a speeding biker, later identified as Bhubneshwar, crashed into Sumit, dragging him for a few metres. The conductor fractured his hand while the biker was injured as well. Both of them were taken to hospital," a senior police officer said. Sumit ...
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