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Truck strike deferred till next month: AIMTC

MyIris, 1 month ago
Anything for breath of fresh air Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
NGT puts off diesel vehicle ban by 2 weeks Asian Age, 2 months ago

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Indian Express, 2 months ago
Ani News, 3 months ago
Livemint.com, 4 months ago

Truckers to strike after May 1 if ten year ban decision by NGT stays

"The govt has to help us get back the 15 years clause as followed under the Central Motor Vehicle Act," President of AIMTC, Bhim Wadhwa said. NEW DELHI: With the National Green Tribunal (NGT) deferring implementation of its order banning plying of diesel ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
Pune Mirror

Commercial vehicles to strike from Aug 8

Protest amendments to Motor Vehicles Act that call for installation of GPS, GPRS and speed governors. The All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC), representative of all commercial vehicles in the state, has objected to the amendments proposed by ...
 Pune Mirror22 hours ago

US Federal Business Opportunity: Department of the Navy: Nuxeo Connect Silver Subscription

Agency: Department of the Navy Office: Naval Sea Systems Command Location: NUWC Division Newport Date you need to respond by: 24-June-2015 Classification Code: 70 -- General purpose information technology equipment Solicitation Number: ...
 ITbriefing1 week ago

Trucks to Stay off Road from June 9

CUTTACK: The State is staring at a serious crisis of essential commodities and other items with trucks set to go off road indefinitely from June 9. Halt in movement of more than 1.3 lakh local trucks notwithstanding, critical supply chain from ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago

Competition Commission activity

R eal estate companies exonerated in alleged anti-competitive practices charges By its February 5 2015 order the Competition Commission exonerated 24 real estate companies for alleged cartelisation primarily due to insufficient evidence. (1) Shri ...
 Lexology1 month ago

Transporters keep freight increase on hold, want govt to rollback diesel price hike

Transporters have kept the freight increase at bay in spite of 11% increase in diesel prices since the beginning of May. The transporters will find it difficult to pass on the impact even as their operating cost has increased by 5-6%. Industry body ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago

Kerala Starts Improving Walayar Checkpost

COIMBATORE: Lorry owners associations in Tamil Nadu have expressed satisfaction over Kerala government's efforts to increase infrastructure and basic amenities at Walayar checkpost bordering both the states. On April 1, the All India Motor ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Speaker asks NGT: Why didn't you act then?

Rai also said he would write to the Centre to provide land to build four transport nagars on the outskirts of the Capital. The Delhi Assembly Speaker took on the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Friday for its order banning diesel vehicles older ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

An Unreasonable State

old vehicles A nation looks up to its administration for support and guidance towards maintaining a smoothly functioning state. In order to do this, governments take balanced and planned approaches on all avenues. This is done in accord with the ...
 Gaadi.com1 month ago
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