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Jan 06, 2017
Projects in road, shipping sector to cross over Rs 6 lakh crore by MarchIn a bid to decongest traffic in the country, the government has decided to increase the length of national highways from 96,000 km, at present, to two lakh km, Nitin Gadkari said
Jan 04, 2017
Budget 2017: Road Ministry seeks Rs 90,904 cr for 2017-18The outlay for Revised Estimate (RE) 2016-17 is proposed to be reduced from BE 2016-17 outlay of Rs 57,976 crore to Rs 52,447 crore as against the proposal of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) of Rs 62,489 crore, the source said.
Dec 26, 2016
#Demonetisation countdown to Day 50: Truckers see deep impact, but air traffic growth unabatedThere is still no option but to pay cash at state highways and smaller municipal toll roads.
Dec 25, 2016
Cashless economy: RTO offices in Delhi set to accept digital payments in 2017Regional Transport Offices in the national capital are set to go cashless from January when fees for all services including driving licence, auto permit and fitness certificate can be paid electronically.
Dec 23, 2016
Can tolls be totally done away with?And mandatory AC cabins for truck and bus drivers will not help reduce road fatalities
Dec 23, 2016
Find out how India's vastly unexplored 7,500 km coastline can generate millions of jobsIf all goes well, expect India to see a more vibrant coastline, and the emergence of many more jobs
Dec 22, 2016
Demonetisation: Concerns on farm output minimal, but rural demand may feel the heat amid cash crunchThe demonetisation scheme has affected agriculture and linked activities not just in terms of affecting output at the margin, but also lowering potential income as this sector is almost fully cash driven
Dec 09, 2016
India's Heritage Transport Museum to celebrate its third anniversary on Dec 10 and 11As a part of the celebrations, the museum will unveil a 20ft tall sculptural installation called the Traffic Tree
Nov 25, 2016
Hurricane Otto makes landfall along south Nicaragua coast - NHC | ReutersOtto, the seventh Atlantic hurricane of the season, made landfall on the coast of southern Nicaragua to the north of the town of San Juan de Nicaragua, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said on Thursday.Otto is the southernmost landfalling hurricane in Central America on record, the NHC added.The hurricane is located about 70 miles (110 km) south of Bluefields, Nicaragua, with maximum sustained winds of 110 miles per hour (175 kph), the NHC said
Nov 23, 2016
Demonetisation day 14: Police seize Rs 3.5 crore, paan shop owner receives 'fake' Rs 2,000 noteRs 3.5 crore seized in Delhi, and another Rs 3.5 crore reported 'disappeared' in Nagaland on day 14 since demonetisation move.