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Public transport is an important element of smart mobility, but it is not the only element – World Bank India

Posted by on Apr 15, 2015

Mr Barjor Mehta and Mr Ke Fang are both specialists at the World Bank India, working on Smart Cities. They gave us exclusive insights on Narendra Modi’s project. This...

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Why you should always wear a helmet

Posted by on May 6, 2015

This article is part of our Road Safety Challenges. Wearing a helmet is now compulsory on all roads in Goa including highways and other roads. This rule comes after a number of...

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Shell report: most Indians know nothing about fuel economy

Posted by on Apr 29, 2015

The Shell Fuel Economy Fact or Fiction Report reveals that a significant percentage of Indian drivers know next to nothing about measures to improve energy efficiency and limit...

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Volvos aren’t exceptional but they work

Posted by on Apr 30, 2015

Volvos aren’t exceptional but they work Volvo Cars might be owned by a Chinese company now, but make no mistake, it remains very Scandinavian Source: Volvos aren’t exceptional but...

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Volvos aren’t exceptional but they work

Volvos aren’t exceptional but they work

Apr 30, 2015

Volvos aren’t exceptional but they work Volvo Cars might be owned by a Chinese company now, but make no mistake, it remains very Scandinavian Source: Volvos aren’t exceptional but they work –...

Transport strike today

Transport strike today

Apr 30, 2015

The nationwide transport strike on Thursday against the Road Safety Bill, 2014, is likely to affect commuters here and in other parts of the State as KSRTC and BMTC buses will not be plying for most part of the day. Source: Transport strike...

Railway restructuring calls for independent regulatory authority

Railway restructuring calls for independent regulatory authority

Apr 30, 2015

The Debroy Committee gave a list of recommendations to hasten the railway restructuring process, including setting up a quasi-judicial independent regulatory authority that will regulate fares, tariff and safety issues while encouraging private players to set foot in the rail sector.         Suresh Prabhu, Minister of Indian Railways, is all...

Parliamentary panel raises ‘deep’ concern over functioning of NHAI

Parliamentary panel raises ‘deep’ concern over functioning of NHAI

Apr 29, 2015

NEW DELHI: Raising “deep” concerns over functioning of NHAI, a Parliamentary panel today said the highways regulator spent just 26 per cent of the allocated fund at a time when private players were withdrawing from road projects on equity crunch. Source: Parliamentary panel raises ‘deep’ concern over functioning of NHAI – The...

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