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Future toll income to fund roads: Nitin Gadkari
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Kathmandu, Delhi bus flag-off today

Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari will flag off the Delhi-Kathmandu bus service Tuesday, days after the Cabinet approved the signing of a bilateral agreement for the regulation of passenger traffic between India and Nepal at the ... Indian Express, 1 hour ago
Experts to rethink transport in city Times of India, 1 hour ago
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Hearing in defamation case against Digvijaya deferred

A court here Monday deferred the hearing in a defamation case against Congress leader Digvijaya Singh filed by Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari. Metropolitan Magistrate Gomati Manocha listed the matter for Jan 9 for hearing arguments after ...
 Business Standard5 hours ago

You will need to provide proof of parking for your car before you buy one, if new Transport Bill is passed by Indian Govt.

Road Transport & Safety Bill 2014 is being put up for debate and approval in Parliament at the upcoming Winter Session and is expected to come into effect in the not too distant future. This bill could make car purchases difficult for some buyers, ...
 Rush Lane13 hours ago New Transport Bill seeks proof of parking for registrations  Economic Times21 hours ago
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Gadkari defamation case: Court to resume hearing today

A Delhi court on Monday will hear a plea related to the criminal defamation case filed by Union Minister of Road Transport and Railways, Nitin Gadkari, against Congress leader Digvijay Singh.
 Zee News2 weeks ago Road tolls opponent loses High Court appeal  New Zealand Herald18 hours ago Defamation case: Bailable warrant against Digvijaya  India Today3 weeks ago Digvijaya appears in court on Gadkari defamation suit  Business Standard3 weeks ago
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Transport Ministry mulls safety push for road makers

NEW DELHI: Safety could soon earn road developers brownie points, with the government mulling ways of offering financial and other incentives in a bid to reduce fatalities on highways. The plans to include safety parameters in contracts awarded to ...
 Economic Times21 hours ago

Gadkari aims at 30-km road building a day by 2016

ving licences are top on the agenda of Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari. Framing of a new Bill to convert any river to waterways also features in the high priority list of the Minister. "Two years from now, we will take up road construction ...
 Business Standard3 days ago Gadkari Aims for Foreign Funds for Road Projects  New Indian Express2 days ago Nitin Gadkari goes full throttle  Asian Age2 days ago Nitin Gadkari aims at 30 kilometre road building a day by 2016  Economic Times3 days ago
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ST buses stopping on highway hazardous

Several buses of the Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) halt on the main corridor of the old Pune-Mumbai highway in Pimpri Chinchwad, instead of stopping by the side of the service road. Such unscheduled halting not only causes traffic ...
 Times of India3 days ago MSRTC to ply more buses to Alandi  Times of India1 week ago Now, show SMS instead of ticket on state transport buses  Times of India1 week ago
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Sixty-day clearance for rail bridges on highways

The Railway Ministry and the Road Transport Ministry on Monday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on construction of rail over bridges and rail under bridges on National Highway corridors. The MoU was signed in the presence of Minister of Railways ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago UPDATED Ontario probes whether salters, plows late clearing GTA roads  680 News3 days ago Transport minister says some highways not properly cleared  CBC3 days ago Highway construction firms gain after Rail Ministry signs MoU with Road Ministry  Business Standard1 week ago
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Ministry of Road Transport and Highways gives green nod for border road projects

NEW DELHI: The wants environmental clearances for its projects in states along the border to be handled by the state governments concerned to avoid a pile-up of files at the Centre, or an exemption from green clearances in such cases, to speed up ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Azerbaijan, UAE discuss transport cooperation  Azartac4 days ago Ministry gives green nod for border road projects  Economic Times1 week ago Ministry of Road Transport signs MoU with Ministry of Railways to remove Infrastructural Bottlenecks  India Infoline1 week ago
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Himalayan times

Gadkari seeks UK investment in transport infrastructure

Union transport minister Nitin Gadkari visited several key offices and road control centres during a two-day visit to the UK this week, and informed senior business representatives of India's plans for safety and investment plans in transport ...
 Hindustan Times4 days ago Gadkari meets Nepal PM, assures India's support in developmental issues  Sify1 week ago Gadkari meets Nepal PM, discusses statute, cooperation  Sify1 week ago PPP for infrastructure development stressed  Himalayan times1 week ago
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