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4,956 accidents, 718 deaths on Yamuna Expressway in 5 years

4,956 accidents, 718 deaths on Yamuna Expressway in 5 years

A total of 4,956 accidents, 718 deaths and 7,671 serious injuries were recorded on the Yamuna Expressway between August 2012 to March 31, 2018, revealed an RTI reply. The alarming number of fatal road accidents on the Yamuna Expressway has caused widespread concern, calling for effective intervention of the Central and State government agencies. Information

Dense fog causes

Dense fog causes series of accidents in Punjab

Dense fog causes: A series of accidents took place in different parts of Punjab owing to dense fog that engulfed the region early on Wednesday. Apart from dense fog, dip in temperature was also witnessed in the region.An accident took place on Ferozepur-Mallanwala road where a truck crushed two motorcyclists. The motorcyclists were brothers who

Dense fog hit many areas of Punjab, many died in accidents

Dense fog hit many areas of Punjab, many died in

Dense fog hit many Punjab areas, many died in accidents

Dense fog hit many areas of Punjab, many died in accidents

– – – – – Advertisement – – – – – Poor visibility due to dense fog disrupts many areas of Punjab. Many accidents occurred due to foggy weather, vehicles were also affected. The visibility reduced to less than 50 meters at number of places.   Due to weather change, collision at GT road Khanna left

Govt puts Speed Governance plan on the back burner

Road Terrorism Govt puts Speed Governance plan on the back burner. 40,000 persons killed in road accidents during 10 years. Captain Amarinder Singh’s government has put the Speed Governance device scheme to control Road Terrorism or overspeeding in cold storage. These devices had to be installed in commercial vehicles. In Punjab, 40,000 persons have been

Two killed in two separate accidents

  Mohali: In two separate accidents, two persons were killed at airport road and Landran-Banur road respectively on Wednesday. In the first case, the deceased has been identified as Krishan Kumar who was on bike with his friend Kuldeep Kumar. They were going to Jagatpura village following which a high speed car came from the rear

Six killed in Jharkhand road accidents

Ranchi: At least six persons died in two separate road accidents in Jharkhand, police said. Four persons died when a bus carrying around 50 persons hit a tractor in Hazaribagh district on Saturday morning. The incident took place around 130 km from Ranchi. The bus coming from Gaya district in Bihar was going to Jamshedpur. The

Breaking- 26 killed, 45 injured in 2 separate road mishaps in Rajasthan

Jaipur/Jodhpur: Twenty-six people werekilled and 45 others injured in two separate road accidents in Rajasthan, police said today. 13 men were killed and 11 others injured near Veera Veerpur village in Sirohi district this morning after they were run over by a truck, officials said. According to Sirohi district collector L N Meena, a private

City becomes a hub of accidents

Chandigarh: Following the rise of number of accidents in city, UT Administration and Chandigarh Traffic police is far away from controlling unfortunate accidents that happen on city roads every day. Almost 40 accidents are reported on daily basis at Chandigarh police control room. According to Chandigarh Police Black Book 2016, persons who lost their lives

Singh for roadmap to reduce road accidents

Shimla: Chief Minister, Virbhadra Singh today underlined the need to strengthen emergency services and trauma care to save precious human lives, which are lost in road accidents. He said that intelligent transport system was the need of hour and infrastructure investments should take it into account. He was speaking in the third meeting of the

Five killed, 20 injured in separate accidents

Kaushambi: Five persons were killed and20 others injured in separate accidents in the city, police said today. Kalicharan (42), his wife Maya Devi (38) and Anju Devi (30) were killed and 20 others were injured when a truck carrying 40 labourers overturned in Kokhraj, they said. The injured were rushed to the hospital where the

Minister for strict enforcement of road safety norms, Police patrolling on highways

Shimla: Transport minister, GS Bali on Monday expressed concern over recent bus accidents in Himachal Pradesh and asked the officials for strict enforcement of the road safety norms. He advocated for crash barriers along roads, which are located at a height above 4000 feet in the state, to prevent the accidents. Talking to media persons