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Seven children, who were on the way to school on Friday, had a narrow escape when an autorickshaw in which they are travelling turned turtle on Richmond Road in the Bangalore. Though the children sustained minor injuries, no casualties were reported.
Protesters are now gathering outside the premise in Nonthaburi. Permanent Secretary Srirat Rastapana said in a statement that all 4,000 officers inside the premise would be protected. There is no instruction for officers to leave office yet, pending
25 November 2013 0 View comments Two British teachers have broken the world record for the longest journey in a tuk-tuk despite their vehicle breaking down, forcing them to push it the last 43 miles. Friends Richard Sears and Nick Gough have already
Two British teachers have broken the world record for the longest journey in a tuk-tuk after pushing their vehicle the last 43 miles (70km). Richard Sears and Nick Gough, currently in Peru, have travelled at least 23,300 miles (37,500km) in aid of
Javeed Khan, a home guard, who does many jobs to support his family, now owns an auto-rickshaw, thanks to an NGO He conquers who endures...The Home Guard, who dons many a role to keep the wolf away, has something to cheer about. He is now the proud
With deadline for recalibrated meters barely a day away, complaints continue With the government-set deadline to recalibrate autorickshaw meters barely a day away, complaints are still pouring in from residents that several autorickshaws are plying
Tricity LPG Auto Rickshaw Union staged a protest demanding ban on the unauthorised Diesel Auto Rickshaws plying on city roads. They staged a protest and observed a day-long fast at 29/31 roundabout. They demanded the Chandigarh Administration to
The AOT board has approved a Bt100 rise in passenger service charges (PSC) to Bt200 for domestic passengers and to Bt800 for international passengers against cost of Bt335 per passenger for domestic and Bt556 for international. The Bt100 rise for
When raising the passenger service charge (PSC), it is necessary to consider all the consequences, and not just AOT 's operating costs or financial performance, he said. The Department of Civil Aviation will consider the proposed increase next month.
Auckland [ change ] Rain Max 23° Min 11° NZ charity boss committed on drug charges Neda Vanovac, NZ Newswire October 25, 2013, 8:05 pm The New Zealand boss of a Christian charity who allegedly smuggled 8.5kg of heroin and methamphetamine into