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Last updated: Dec 18 2017 24:52 IST RSS 2.0
 
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15 AC buses gather dust as BEST, MMRDA pass the buck 18.12.2017 Hindu: News
No clarity over who should start service; vehicles procured for ₹1.67 cr. each
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Mobycy: Covering the last mile 17.12.2017 Business Standard: Today
Gurugram-based company offers bicycles on rent for short distances
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Exploring only revenue options 17.12.2017 Hindu: Hyderabad
Resource starved local governments appear to want to exploit all opportunities
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Traffic police interact with private school bus crew 17.12.2017 Hindu: Cities
They conduct breathalyser test and give road safety instructions
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It’s a rough ride for motorists on Vengur-Kallanai road 17.12.2017 Hindu: Cities
Replete with potholes, the condition of the stretch has worsened after the rain
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BMC fails to keep its promise of free bus service for pupils 17.12.2017 DNA: Money
Over 200 students of the DN Nagar Municipal School have to travel in a cramped bus and sometimes pay for the ride too, due to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation's (BMC) failed initiative of providing free bus service to these students. These students who are residents of Siddharth Nagar in Andheri are enrolled under the DN Nagar school — which is over three km away from their place of residence — in the absence of a secondary school in the locality. For the last few years, local activists and NGOs have been demanding bus service for students. In October this year, the BMC announced free bus service to over a lakh students in the city following which the BEST started plying buses from Siddharth Nagar to DN Nagar starting December 5. However against the requirement of four buses —two for the morning shift and two for the afternoon — only a single bus has been plying on the route. With this, students have to travel in a cramped bus, which possesses a great risk to their safety. Ghanashyam Sonar, ...
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The Hindu Auto Expo a big draw 17.12.2017 Hindu: Visakhapatnam
Premium cars, newest two-wheelers showcased at exhibition
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Invisible public toilets 16.12.2017 deccanherald.com
A wannabe world city that wears its tech tag with enormous pride has barely 475 public toilet complexes to serve a population exceeding 1.1 crore! If men struggle in this inglorious mess, imagine the plight of Bengalurus women in their teeming millions. To spot a public toilet complex even in the citys relatively better equipped Central Business District (CBD) is a tough task. In their frantic search for a safe, clean, well-maintained public toilet, women often fail. Is this how a city with smart city ambitions rides its Swachh Bharat dream? Big gaps in last-mile connectivity between mass transport options and office / home inevitably mean long walks for women. To answer natures call, the only option would be to step into a restaurant or a private facility, which could be tough. Daily struggle Shwetha Rao, a senior manager of a private firm, had experienced it first hand on a shopping visit to Gandhinagar. "There was absolutely no sign of a public toilet. The restaurants were crowded. It was a ...
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Govt to launch electric fleet with 100 buses, two depots 16.12.2017 Hindu: Home
Delhi Transport Corporation to maintain, operate the vehicles
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‘Absurd to say more cars after Metro hike’ 16.12.2017 Hindu: Home
Minister suggests increasing DTC buses
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Feeder buses get new timetable 16.12.2017 Hindu: Home
The Transport Department has prepared a new time table for feeder buses to improve the service and ensure that such vehicles were available at intervals of an estimated 10 minutes, a senior governmen...
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Freight rates go down on easy availability of trucks 16.12.2017 Business Standard: Economy & Policy
Transporters said besides huge position of trucks in the market, less movements of cargo led to the decline in freight rates for some centres.
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Doubling the farmers income by 2022 achievable, says NABARD Chairman 16.12.2017 Sify Finance
[India], Dec 16 (ANI): The target of doubling the farmer income by 2022 is very much possible if agricultural best practices are adopted, said Harsh Kumar Bhanwala, Chairman National Bank for
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Metro fare hike: Absurd to suggest Delhiites bought expensive cars, says Hardeep Singh Puri 16.12.2017 Zee News : States
The comments come in the backdrop of Delhi CM having written a letter to Puri, seeking a review of the hike and reiterating his offer to partially bear the cost of the proposed "claw back".
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Absurd to say Delhiites bought cars due to metro fake hike, says minister 16.12.2017 Business Standard: News Now
Union minister Hardeep Singh Puri today dubbed as "absurd" the suggestions that Delhiites shifted to other modes of transport like cab services or started buying expensive cars due to the recent metro fare hike. The comments come in the backdrop of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal having writtena letter to Puri, seeking a review of the hike and reiterating his offer to partially bear the cost of the proposed "claw back". "Desire to create false narrative on #MetroFare taking an amusing turn. Its being suggested those who werent able to afford Indias cheapest metro can actually afford to buy & run expensive cars or use cabs. You dont have to be an economist to see absurdity of this argument," the Union minister said on Twitter. Hitting out at the AAP-led Delhi government, the housing and urban affairs minister said if the metro had become an "expensive luxury liner", the city governmentshould increase the number of Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) buses. He also
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'Absurd' to suggest Delhiites bought expensive cars after Metro fare hike, says Union minister Hardeep Puri 16.12.2017 DNA: India
Union minister Hardeep Singh Puri today dubbed as "absurd" the suggestions that Delhiites shifted to other modes of transport like cab services or started buying expensive cars due to the recent metro fare hike. The comments come in the backdrop of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal having written a letter to Puri, seeking a review of the hike and reiterating his offer to partially bear the cost of the proposed "claw back". "Desire to create false narrative on #MetroFare taking an amusing turn. It s being suggested those who weren t able to afford India s cheapest metro can actually afford to buy & run expensive cars or use cabs. You don t have to be an economist to see absurdity of this argument," the Union minister said on Twitter. Hitting out at the AAP-led Delhi government, the housing and urban affairs minister said if the metro had become an "expensive luxury liner", the city government should increase the number of Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) buses. He also claimed that there was a 35 per ...
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Google Maps to alert you when to get off the bus 16.12.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Google Maps is adding a helpful new feature for commuters who tend to lose track of time during bus or train ride. It will now send a push notification when the user is approaching their destination.
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Sena Son Rise: Scion Aditya Thackeray looking to give party a makeover 16.12.2017 India Today| STATES
A law graduate, the 26-year-old Aditya has come a long way from his rabble-rouser beginnings in the Yuva Sena.
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HMDA ties up with Ford 16.12.2017 Hindu: Cities
MoU signed for integrated mobility solutions
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TNSTC staff strike enters Day 2 16.12.2017 Hindu: Coimbatore
Tourists stranded as buses to The Nilgiris stay off road
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