Sep 212015
 
World's most dangerous places to drive

On the map above, each country is colour-coded to reflect the number of road fatalities per 100,000 inhabitants per year. Most of the bottom 10 – including Eritrea, the deadliest driving destination, according to the World Health Organization’s figures (with 48.4 deaths per 100,000 residents), Libya (40.5) and Iraq (31.5) – are unlikely to feature on the travel itineraries of most Britons. But a couple – Thailand (38.1) and South Africa (31.9) – are popular holiday destinations. Relatively risky roads can also be found in […]

Soon, Tourists to get Taj Mahal drive without entering Agra

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Mar 042014
 
Soon, Tourists to get Taj Mahal drive without entering Agra

In two years, tourists from Delhi and Kanpur will be drive to the Taj Mahal from the Yamuna Expressway without entering the congested Agra city. According to the report, This will be made possible by the Rs.306 crore inner city Ring Road that will connect the Yamuna Expressway with Fatehabad tourism complex near the Taj Mahal, the foundation stone of which Uttar Pradesh Akhilesh Yadav laid Monday evening, along with that for a long-pending Rs.108 crore Taj Ganj beautification project. Contributed By Sonia Narula

Speedsters beware! Driving in Delhi above the speed limit can land you six months jail

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Jan 102014
 
Speedsters beware! Driving in Delhi above the speed limit can land you six months jail

Delhi speedsters beware. If you are caught driving above the speed limit you might end up spending six months in jail rather than getting off by just paying a small fine. According to the recent report, The Delhi Police has decided that it will now press charges under Section 279 of the IPC (rash and negligent driving) against private vehicle drivers caught for speeding. Section 279 allows for a fine of Rs. 1,000 or a jail term of up to six months, or both. Contributed […]