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Last updated: Jul 30 2015 06:52 IST RSS 2.0
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People asking for more roads, power & doctors 28.7.2015 TOI: Patna
Chief minister Nitish Kumar, whose government has launched the ‘Badh Chala Bihar’ campaign to prepare its vision document, Bihar@2025, feels he has corrected the primary fundamentals in different sectors during the last ten years of his rule and the focus should now be on secondary and tertiary sectors of infrastructure, health, communication and ...
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Traffic congestion 28.7.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Traffic congestion
New train is badly needed 28.7.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
New train is badly needed
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Sudden alarming rise in Chambal waters halts traffic 28.7.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Sudden alarming rise in Chambal waters halts traffic
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Ganpati mandals flouting traffic, noise pollution norms may lose licences 28.7.2015 Thane - City - The Times of India
The city administration has warned Ganpati mandals of stern action on flouting traffic norms and noise pollution ...
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‘Concerted effort needed to ensure road safety’ 28.7.2015 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
ast week, the city had witnessed the worst-ever road accident on National Highway 16 near Marikavalasa.While six persons were killed on the spot, five succumbed to their injuries while under...
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VSP Chief Throws Open 'Pragati Marg' to Ease Traffic 28.7.2015
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Durga Temple Flyover to Take Off Soon 28.7.2015
R&B dept principal secy directs officials to complete the construction works by August next year ahead of Krishna Pushkarams
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New train is badly needed 28.7.2015 Hindu: Tamil Nadu

The only train connecting delta districts to Kerala is Ernakulam Express which runs at full capacity throughout the year. Now, it seems that CRS inspection is awaited for Pollachi-Palaghat sect...

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'Car-Free Thursdays' in IT Corridor from August 6 to Reduce Pollution 28.7.2015
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POWER CUT hits traffic regulation in Salem city 28.7.2015 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
PEDESTRIANS AFFECTED as they risk their life by walking in between vehicles
Farmers block Hubballi-Gadag road for five hours 28.7.2015 Hindu: Karnataka
Following a protest staged by farmers under the aegis of a non-political committee, to press for their demands including loan waiver at Shiraguppi village, the Hubballi-Gadag Road remained closed f...
MCG looks for temporary fix of rain-damaged roads 28.7.2015 Gurgaon - City - The Times of India
Two teams of MCG officials and road safety officers (RSO) conducted a joint inspection of two major roads on Sunday,to assess the damage to the roads by recent showers.
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Unscientific bus stops causing traffic snarls 28.7.2015 Hubli - City - The Times of India
Unscientific bus stops in Dharwad are causing huge traffic snarl at NTTF, Jubilee Circle, Old SP office and other parts. Many are located near traffic signals.
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Protests flash red signal for city 28.7.2015 Lucknow News, Lucknow City News | Cities News - Times of India
Thousands of daily commuters had to brave traffic jams for hours on Monday because of multiple protests held in various pockets of Hazratganj throughout the day. Despite being aware of the chaos that was to unfold on the streets, City administration and police force could do nothing to save residents from ...
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Fiat Chrysler could spend billions to buy back unrepaired trucks 28.7.2015 Sify Finance
By Paul Lienert
Old Delhi station getting a facelift, entry to be hassle-free in a year 28.7.2015 TOI: Delhi Times
Delhiites will enjoy a congestion-free entrance to Delhi Junction, better known as Old Delhi railway station, in the near ...
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Kuala Lumpur's $1-bn terminal is sinking, AirAsia says 28.7.2015 News
Complaints about the new terminal cap a bad run for Malaysia's aviation industry
Big data versus big congestion: Using information to improve transport 27.7.2015 McKinsey Quarterly: India
Digitization in infrastructure networks could improve forecasting, promote reliability, and increase efficiency.
The pedal pushers 27.7.2015 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Slow and steady wins the race may be an overused adage. But it makes sense in Bengaluru where reaching one's workplace is among the biggest worries. More people are hitting the pedal, namely the cycle, to wade through the bumper to bumper crawl and reach their destinations. There are a bunch of professionals, most of them in their early 30s, who cycle to work on a regular basis and vouch that they not only reach office faster but also feel fit, positive and energetic throughout the day. Ashok Kumar S, an employee of Broadcom, observes that endless traffic jams have become a characteristic of Bengaluru. This prompted him to think of an alternate commuting options and that's when he sold his second-hand car to buy a cycle. "I first started cycling to office on a trial basis and before I knew it, I got addicted to it," explains Ashok who says he reaches office faster than most of his colleagues. He adds, "It is a great way to stay fit and you are also doing your bit to contribute to a cleaner and greener ...
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