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May 23, 2014
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May 22, 2014
India | Written by Bhairavi Singh | Monday June 23, 2014
There are 16 deaths and 58 road accidents every hour in India but the worst performer is the national capital. Delhi records five deaths every day - four of these are pedestrians and two wheeler riders. Violations of traffic rules are also rampant in...
Reuters | Monday June 16, 2014
After a surge in mobile Internet usage, the FCC says it's forced to scrutinise rules to ensure Internet providers don't block or slow down user access to content.
World | Reuters | Sunday June 15, 2014
A surge in mobile Internet usage has U.S. regulators considering whether to apply the same rules to fixed and wireless Internet traffic, and large technology firms are siding with consumer advocates to call for such a change.
Friday May 23, 2014
If you thought that driving on the left or the right side of the road (depending upon the country you are in) and keeping an eye on traffic signals is all what is required to drive a vehicle around the world, you are absolutely wrong.
World | Reuters | Wednesday May 14, 2014
The five-member U.S. Federal Communications Commission will vote on Thursday on whether to move ahead with "open Internet" rules that may let service providers charge content companies for faster and more reliable delivery of their traffic to users.
World | Reuters | Wednesday May 14, 2014
US efforts to set new Internet traffic rules face a lengthy tug of war between big broadband providers and Republicans on one side and some tech companies and consumer advocates on the other as regulators prepare to propose the rules formally on Thur...
Reuters | Friday April 25, 2014
Pro-consumer groups fear the approach could create a "fast lane" to content providers who pay up for better traffic delivery to the user.
Reuters | Thursday April 24, 2014
The new rules are expected to ensure that network operators disclose exactly how they manage Internet traffic and do not restrict consumers as they surf the Web.
Press Trust of India | Wednesday April 16, 2014
Pakistan cricketer Umar Akmal barely managed to represent Pakistan in the Asia Cup and World T20 in Bangladesh after he had apologised to the traffic warden, Zeeshan, who then withdrew a case of violating traffic signals and misbehaviour against him ...
Cities | Written by Tanima Biswas | Sunday April 6, 2014
The Delhi Police on Sunday detained nearly 400 bikers overnight, allegedly for violating traffic rules. And in their efforts to deter them from breaking rules again, the police has decided to counsel them and their parents.
Agence France-Presse | Friday March 14, 2014
Umar Akmal was forgiven by the police officer who arrested him for violating traffic rules, saying he was a 'national hero.'
Press Trust of India | Thursday February 27, 2014
Umar Akmal's lawyer told additional and sessions judge, Imtiaz Noor on Friday that his client could not appear before the court as he was on a tour to Bangladesh with the Pakistan's one-day squad for the ongoing Asia Cup.
Reuters | Thursday February 20, 2014
The new rules will see ISPs disclose exactly how they manage Internet traffic and that they do not restrict consumers' ability to surf the Web or use applications.
Press Trust of India | Sunday February 9, 2014
Pakistan cricket legend Wasim Akram was challaned for speeding near the Punjab University campus in Lahore.
India | Reported by Nidhi Rajdan, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Wednesday January 8, 2014
India today stepped up its diplomatic offensive against the US, asking its embassy in New Delhi to stop all commercial activities on its premises by January 16.
Cities | Mid-Day.com | Friday August 23, 2013
At a time when motorists and pedestrians are exhibiting zero tolerance for traffic rules and regulations, 73-year-old Matunga resident is doing his bit to improve the scenario. P S Subramanium believes that his small contribution would sooner or late...
Cities | Written by Maya Sharma | Thursday June 20, 2013
For parents in Bangalore, sending their children to school has become a major problem. Private vans and autorickshaws, which ferry students to and from school, will be off the roads till Friday in protest against tough rules implemented by the city's...
Cities | Press Trust of India | Monday April 8, 2013
Nine legislators who violated traffic rules last week and rode to the State Legislative Assembly complex in Panaji without wearing helmet, will be issued challans, a senior official said today.
BANG Showbiz | Thursday March 28, 2013
The actor had a close brush with the law in Los Angeles when he was caught speeding at 100 miles per her hour because he was so stressed out from working on the film.
Indo-Asian News Service | Wednesday October 10, 2012
When a celebrity gets caught breaking traffic rules, the news gets hyped -- and justifiably so, says actor-producer Dino Morea, who feels that officials feel happier when catching a known face as it makes their work more visible.