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Nitin Gadkari Says 'No' to Maharashtra Move
New Indian Express

Gadkari says 'no' to Maharashtra move

New Delhi, Oct 23 (IANS) Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari Thursday reiterated that he was not in the race for the post of Maharashtra chief minister. "I have already (made it clear that) I am interested in remaining in Delhi," Gadkari told the media. His ... First Post.com, 1 hour ago
Gadkari says 'no' to Maharashtra … Yahoo! India, 1 hour ago
Nitin Gadkari Says 'No' to Maharashtra Move New Indian Express, 2 hours ago
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International Business Times India

Happy in Delhi now, will support anyone BJP selects as Maharashtra CM: Nitin Gadkari

+ Nagpur, Oct 22 (ANI): Refuting rumours of being the probable CM candidate for Maharashtra, union transport minister Nitin Gadkari has said that he is happy in Delhi and would support anyone who is chosen as the chief minister by the party.
 International Business Times India1 day ago Fadnavis remains top CM contender in Maharashtra  Hindustan Times1 hour ago Dissent within BJP: Demands for Gadkari as CM begin  Rediff.com1 day ago
Deccan Chronicle

I am happy in Delhi; not in Maharashtra CM's race: Nitin Gadkari

Mumbai/Nagpur: Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari once again denied on Tuesday that he was in the race to become Maharashtra chief minister. Hours after state BJP leaders demanded that Gadkari should take over the reins in Maharashtra ...
 ZeeNews.com1 day ago Chorus for 'Gadkari as CM' Grows Louder  New Indian Express5 hours ago Gadkari does some lobbying  The Freepress Journal2 days ago Gadkari meets Jaitley over Mah govt formation  NetIndia123.com1 day ago
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Report your driving licence troubles online

NEW DELHI: Got a complaint regarding the driving licence process? Here's a chance to make your voice heard: The transport department has asked for feedback on the licensing experience from people online. From feedback on the ease of the process to ...
 Times of India9 hours ago Driving licence test gets tough, 24% fail exam  Times of India1 month ago

Government mulls fund to encourage cargo transportation by ships

NEW DELHI: Inspired by Europe, India wants to make cargo movement greener and cheaper. The shipping ministry proposes to set up a fund, on the lines of the European Union's Marco Polo programme, to offer incentives for sustainable freight transport.
 Economic Times9 hours ago
Daily Bhaskar

Free bus rides for Delhi women in DTC buses on Bhai Duj

Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) has decided to provide free ride for women in its buses on the occassion of Bhai Duj. "DTC will provide free ride for women passengers in its all non-AC buses plying in Delhi and NCR on the occasion of Bhai Duj on ...
 Business Standard18 hours ago Free DTC bus rides for women on Bhai Duj  Millennium Post12 hours ago Bhai Duj: Free bus rides for Delhi women in non-AC DTC buses  Daily Bhaskar16 hours ago
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Oneindia

E-toll collection from October 27

New Delhi: Minister of Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari will launch the electronic toll collection system across the country on October 27, an official statement said yesterday. With the inauguration of electronic toll collection (ETC) ...
 Qatar Peninsula1 day ago E-toll collection to commence from Oct 27  News Chennai Online1 day ago E-toll collection to start from October 27  Deccan Herald1 day ago India To Be Among Fastest Growing Markets: IATA  Indolink2 days ago
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IBN Live

89 caught drunk driving lose licence for a year

NEW DELHI: Months after the transport department suspended the driving licence of almost 700 drivers of commercial vehicles, it's at it again. Acting on the data provided by Delhi Traffic Police on habitual offenders, the transport department has ...
 Times of India1 day ago 111 drivers lose their driving licenses for drunk driving  Business Standard India1 day ago Delhi: 111 drivers lose their driving licenses for drunk driving  IBNLive India News1 day ago Transport Dept cancels 22 tipplers' driving licences  Deccan Herald5 days ago
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IndiaTV News

DTC awards drivers, plays safe

In a move to promote safe driving, the Delhi Transport Corporation awarded 232 drivers for accident-free record on Tuesday. According to the data released by the corporation, the state-run buses have killed 270 people in 949 accident cases since March 2010.
 Deccan Herald1 day ago Award for 232 DTC drivers  Times of India3 days ago DTC to award 232 drivers for accident-free record  Press Trust of India4 days ago Delhi Transport Corporation to Award 232 Drivers for Accident-Free Record  NDTV4 days ago
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NDTV

'Road Safety Awards' Conferred to 232 Delhi Transport Corporation Drivers

Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) today felicitated 232 drivers with a 'Road Safety Award' for having an accident-free record. Delhi chief secretary D M Spolia gave away the awards to these drivers at a programme organised by the DTC. Drivers, who had an ...
 NDTV1 day ago Road mishap: Man's kin to get over Rs 27 lakh compensation  Business Standard India2 days ago 'Road Safety Awards' Conferred to DTC Drivers  NDTV1 day ago
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