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Category: Non-motorized :: Bicycles
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Where the pedestrian is king of the road 9.3.2012 Hindu: Opinion
Cities should move on from pampering the car driver to facilitating public transport, cycling and walking, says the New York City Transport Commissioner.
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Go Now 1.3.2012 Outlook Traveller
10 trips to contemplate. But be quick!
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For cyclists, it's a battle for space 28.2.2012 Hindu: Bangalore
What does it take for an avid cyclist — who took cycling beyond recreation to his primary mode of transport to work for over six years — to give up cycling to work altogether? For softwa...
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Bike paradise 26.2.2012 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Bike paradise
Art and culture put the spotlight on Malleswaram's issues 26.2.2012 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Art and culture put the spotlight on Malleswaram's issues
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Stone pelted 25.2.2012 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Stone pelted
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Worldspace: Art of the everyday 25.2.2012 Hindu: Society
How a housewife’s hoard became a record of history. Some 10,000 discarded household items — grimy bottles, crumbling boxes, broken umbrellas, medicine jars, pots and pans, radiator...
Visit Yeshwanthpur TTMC at your own risk 24.2.2012 DNA: Top News
It becomes a problem when two buses enter and exit the TTMC together.
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Vizag set to become cycle-proud 24.2.2012 Hindu: Cities
It plans to introduce a community cycling initiative over 10.5 sq km of roads
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Cycling may catch up in City of Destiny 23.2.2012 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Cycling may catch up in City of Destiny
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Imported luxury cars brings in big road taxes 22.2.2012 NIE: Kochi
KOCHI: The Kochiites love for imported cars and bikes earned the Motor Vehicles Department Rs 50 lakh as road tax last year. Over ..
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Capital concerns 22.2.2012 Frontline
The rapid political and economic changes taking place in Myanmar have led to worries of lopsided development and spread of inequality.
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A foothold? forget it 22.2.2012 TOI: Delhi Times
A foothold? forget it
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26-yr-old Delhi bizman dies after crashing Lamborghini 22.2.2012 Mumbai Mirror
The 26-year-old son of a real estate tycoon died in the early hours of Sunday when the Lamborghini he was driving crashed at high speed into the railings adjoining a bus stand in south Delhi's BRT corridor. A cyclist was critically injured in the accident....
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CYCLE FOR A CAUSE 21.2.2012 The Hindu: Today's Paper
CYCLE FOR A CAUSE
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Lamborghini crash: Injured man could be paralysed for life 20.2.2012 New Kerala: World News
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Pedal pushers 20.2.2012 Hindu: Chennai
Newer cars and motorcycles flood the market. Financial institutions offer attractive loans to buy them. As a result, the odds are against the humble bicycle. But the good news is there are still s...
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Extraordinary Indian: The Hero of Pune 20.2.2012 Rediff: News
One morning last month, Ibrahim Sharif Kutty went from being one of Pune's many college students to being a genuine Indian hero, whose courage will forever stand the test of time. This 21-year-old Extraordinary Indian tells A Ganesh Nadar what happened that morning when he spotted a rampaging bus on his way to college.
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Cyclist injured in Delhi car crash stable 20.2.2012 Zee News : States
The condition of the 45-year-old cyclist who was injured in a car crash in south Delhi early Sunday is stable, police said Monday.
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Lamborghini owner dies after ramming a railing in Delhi 20.2.2012 Hindu: Home
Cyclist hit by his Lamborghini sustains head injuries
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