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Himachal Pradesh: 3 die after HRTC bus fell into gorge

Himachal Pradesh: 3 die after HRTC bus fell into gorge. Three people were dead while 44 got injured after a Himachal Pradesh Roadways Transport (HRTC) bus fell into a gorge near Chintpurni on Sunday evening. The incident took place when a bus with 47 people onboard travelling from Chintpurni to Hoshiarpur, fell into the gorge after the driver lost control of

HRTC has resumed bus services on all routes: Minister

Shimla, Aug 27: The Himachal Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) has resumed its bus services, which were suspended on August 24 due to violence in Haryana in the wake of Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh’s conviction in a rape case, on all the routes, state Transport Minister G S Bali said today.He added

Instructions to get the eyes of government bus drivers checked in 15 days

June 16 (2000) – The District Road Safety Transport Committee meeting was held at the local Bachat Bhawan today, in which views were taken to ensure smooth traffic and road safety in the district Ludhiana. A big decision was taken to eliminate the accidents completely from the roads, that in the next 15 days the

3 killed in collision between HRTC, SUV at Baddi

Pinjore: In a tragic incident, three persons were killed in a road accident at Baddi-Kalka road on Thursday morning. The accident had taken place in the morning when a  Himachal road transport corporation (HRTC) bus ferrying passengers rammed into an Innova car resulting to death of three persons. During the preliminary investigation, the police have identified one of

HRTC buses cover a distance of 4.60 lakh kM daily

Himachal Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) buses ply on 2400 routes across the state, covering a distance of 4.60 lakh kilometres daily. An official spokesman here said that while the hill state can boast of a strong road network of 37000 kilometers covering every nook and corner of the state, the Corporation has a fleet of