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Davidson Devasirvatham to be Tamil Nadu intelligence IG

CHENNAI: Davidson Devasirvatham will be the new inspector general of police (intelligence) in place of P Kannappan who is retiring from service on superannuation on July 31, according to a press release issued by Tamil Nadu home secretary Apruva ... Times of India, 2 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Chennai traffic police gear up to crack whip

Chennai: With the compulsory helmet rule set to be enforced in the city from Wednesday, city traffic cops are still at sea as to how to go about enforcement. With hardly about 250 authorized personnel (traffic RIs and RSIs) to book erring motorists ...
 Deccan Chronicle4 weeks ago

Madras High Court: Seize driving licence of bikers without helmet

Chennai : Two-wheeler riders in Tamil Nadu will have to mandatorily wear helmets fromJuly 1 or risk impounding of their driving licence, a Madras high court order said on Monday. It is really disheartening to note that a number of precious lives are ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Helpline to monitor drunken driving checks

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TH Traffic police checking motorists with breath analysers to contain drunken driving at Kilpakkam in Chennai. Photo.M. Moorthy Motorists can complain in case of any harassment during late-night checking.
 The Hindu2 months ago

Chennai traffic cops go tough on seat belt violators

CHENNAI: After their crackdown on false high-security number plates, the city traffic police have started taking a tough stance against those driving without seat belts. The traffic police have booked 21,310 violators in the first four months of ...
 Times of India2 months ago Traffic cops go tough on seat belt violators  Times of India2 months ago

21,000 cases booked for not wearing seat belts

Chennai: Giving out staggering statistics, the city traffic cops claimed to have booked 21,310 cases against offenders for not wearing seat belts in the first four months of this year, which is double the number of cases booked in 2013.This, in ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 months ago
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