If the draft of the new Road Transport and Safety bill as proposed by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) is approved by the parliament, it would mean higher penalties, longer jail terms and confiscation of driving licenses for the ... India Infoline, 6 days ago
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The Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) has agreed to provide immediate fund for restoration of the National Highway 52 (A) connecting Itanagar and Banderdewa which was badly damaged during the recent flash flood. While assuring ...DNA India, 2 days ago Centre to provide funds for restoration of damaged highways Economic Times, 2 days ago
(Follow @infrasguru on Twitter for important updates) The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by the PM Mr Narendra Modi, gave its approval to the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) to (a) amend the Model Concession ...Steel Guru, 3 weeks ago Cabinet authorises Gadkari to decide on mode of developing road projects Domain-B, 3 weeks ago RoadMin to decide on projects to expedite delivery: CCEA Moneycontrol.com, 3 weeks ago Empowering the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways to decide on mode of delivery and amendments in Model Concession Agreement in respect of national highways projects PIB, 3 weeks ago
ITANAGAR: Arunachal Pradesh Opposition Leader Tamiyo Taga has urged the Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways to support the state for effective development of its road network. A BJP delegation led by Taga called on Union MoRTH Minister ...Economic Times, 3 weeks ago Arunachal BJP team urges Gadkari to sanction all road projects Business Standard, 3 weeks ago Arunachal BJP team urges Nitin Gadkari to sanction all road projects DNA India, 3 weeks ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- JICA informs Union Road Transport Ministry of its inability to fund the project this financial year Construction of a bypass on the Shiradi Ghat stretch on the Bangalore-Mangalore National Highway may take ...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
NEW DELHI: In a major decision that would help fast track highways projects, the government today empowered the Road Transport and Highways (RTH) Ministry to decide on the mode of delivery and amendments in regard to agreements with developers. ...Economic Times, 3 weeks ago RoadMin to take decisions on projects to expedite delivery The Freepress Journal, 3 weeks ago RoadMin to take decisions on projs to expedite delivery: CCEA Business Standard, 3 weeks ago RoadMin to take decisions on projects to expedite delivery Siasat Daily, 3 weeks ago
NAGPUR: Launching the nation's first ethanol-run bus on a pilot basis, union minister of public transport and highways Nitin Gadkari said the central government would fund more such buses for the civic bodies. "I will give 200-500 ethanol-run buses ...Times of India, 1 month ago
The Centre will amend the Motor Vehicles Act to exclude e-rickshaws from its purview and local bodies like Municipal Corporations will regulate them, Road Transport and Highways Ministry said today. Earlier in the day, the Delhi High Court ordered ...Outlook India, 1 month ago
With Delhi High Court continuing ban on plying of e-rickshaws in national capital, Nitin Gadkari, union minister of road transport and highways (MoRTH) is all set to notify the battery-operated vehicle in a new motor vehicles act. While announcing ...Millennium Post, 6 days ago Will HC backpedal on its e-rick ban? New Delhi Pioneer, 3 weeks ago Won't let e-ricks ply sans registration: HC New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago
TOP NEWS Maruti Suzuki marketing chief Mayank Pareek going to Tata Motors? India's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki marketing chief Mayank Pareek has resigned, according to reports.Report stated that Pareek has served the carmaker for more than ...India Infoline, 6 hours ago
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