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ASTC exploring feasibility of turning garbage into fuel 20.10.2017 The Assam Tribune
ASTC exploring feasibility of turning garbage into fuel
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Tamil Nadu: 8 dead after ceiling of bus depot rest room collapse, 3 injured 20.10.2017 Zee News : States
At least eight people were killed and three injured after the ceiling of a bus depot rest room collapsed in Tamil Nadu's Nagapattinam on Friday morning.
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Tamil Nadu: 8 die as bus depot roof collapses in Nagapattinam 20.10.2017 India Today| Must Read
Eight people were crushed to death and three others injured after roof of a bus terminal collapsed this morning.
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Festival patronage comes down for omni buses 20.10.2017 Hindu: Madurai
They were operated to full capacity last year
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CM announces cash awards for fish farmers 20.10.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
CM announces cash awards for fish farmers
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Eight killed as roof collapses at TNSTC workshop in Nagapattinam 20.10.2017 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
The victims were bus crew who were scheduled to operate early morning services, police sources said.
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Smoke emanates from KSRTCbus in Udupi 20.10.2017 Hindu: Home
None injured; Mangaluru-bound passengers shifted to another bus
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Over 5 lakh travel out of city 20.10.2017 Hindu: Home
Over 5 lakh passengers travelled to their home towns from Chennai in 10,993 special buses operated by the government during the Deepavali season. The transport corporations earned over ₹5 crore from ...
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Hubballi Dharwad may get BRTS in January 20.10.2017 Hindu: Home
Officials say pending cases, contract changes led to delay
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Following HC order, KSRTC stops bus services to Ammembala 20.10.2017 Hindu: Home
The Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) has stopped operating three buses between KSRTC bus stand, Bejai and Ammembala on the outskrits of the city following an order from the High Cour...
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STs remain off roads for third day in a row 19.10.2017 DNA: Wide Angle
Despite a marathon seven-hour meeting that went past midnight on Wednesday, negotiations failed and state transport buses remained off roads for the third day in a row. Talks between transport minister Diwakar Raote and the labour unions on Wednesday, who have been demanding salary revision through a 25 percent hike based on 7th Pay Commission, among other demands, proved unfruitful. The unions remained adamant on their strike almost after 13 rounds of discussions. "We have offered whatever we can," said Raote. "We cannot give one penny extra. Now the union leaders have to take a call". Sources said the government had offered a hike up to Rs 7,000, and even an increase in pay to those hired on contractual basis. Many people were forced to use private buses or go by special trains, and private operators and taxi services continue to levy higher-than-usual rates. Some sectors, such as Mumbai-Pune, Mumbai-Kolhapur and Konkan have seen a 100 percent jump in rates. The Maharashtra State Road Transport ...
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Talks fail, MSRTC strike enters third day 19.10.2017 Hindu: Home
Mumbai: The strike by Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) employees, who are demanding a pay hike, entered the third day on Thursday even as talks held among stakeholders failed to b...
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More BMTC staffers keen on transfers 19.10.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Of the 8,030 BMTC employees who opted to move out of the corporation, only 2,348 have been transferred to other corporations as officials are balancing the demand of the employees with the requirements of the corporations. About 56% of the 14,418 applications for transfer were from the city transport corporation followed by KSRTC (4,400), NEKRTC (1,025) and NWKRTC (962). Transport Minister H M Revanna on Thursday said the one-time transfer has been done considering seniority, medical, family and other needs. "This is a long-pending demand and we will take steps to make sure that the operations of the corporations are not affected by the transfer. We will call applications to fill about 4,000 posts that will become vacant after the transfer," he said. While losing 2,348 employees to other corporations, BMTC has received only 269 employees from other corporations. In KSRTC, the number of those who came from other organisations (1,308) was more than those who moved out (1,053). A similar pattern is seen in ...
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Saab to Supply Port Management Information System in the U.S 19.10.2017 New Kerala: World News
WASHINGTON: Saab's KleinPort is continually being enhanced with industry best practices to provide ports around the world with efficient and effective means to manage and control operations. The latest addition, COP, gives all authorized port stakeholders an easily accessible, map-based overview of their port.
Why Tata Motors is charged-up about electric buses 19.10.2017 BusinessLine - Auto focus
Company believes that the timing is right to completely transform public transport
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Why are the buses zipping away? 19.10.2017 Hindu: Chennai
Most bus services that are operated through Mudichur Road skip most of the stops there
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Full speech: Rex Tillerson calls India more reliable than China; chides Pak 19.10.2017 Latest News
Let me wish everyone a happy Diwali to all our friends in the United States, in India, around the world: Rex Tillerson
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MSRTC strike enters third day 19.10.2017 New Kerala: Maharashtra
Mumbai (Maharashtra) , October 19 : Strike by the Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) demading implementation of 7th pay commission entered its third day on Thursday.
Maharashtra: MSRTC employees refuse to call off stir, daily commuters troubled 19.10.2017 Zee News : States
Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) employees' ongoing strike for demanding the implementation of 7th pay commission entered its third day on Thursday.
Meghalaya’s roads no worse than those in Switzerland: Pala 19.10.2017 Meghalaya Times

Staff Reporter
SHILLONG, Oct 18: Shillong MP, Vincent Pala made an interesting statement on Tuesday wherein he said that the roads in Meghalaya are no better off than those he has seen in Switzerland.
“I have been to Switzerland and other European countries and let me tell you that when you travel the West Khasi Hills roads, it feels like Switzerland and no country has better roads than us,” Pala said.

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