Bangalore Traffic Police

'Bangalore Traffic Police' - 15 News Result(s)

  • Bangalore Deploys Mannequins Dressed As Traffic Police To Deter Offenders
    Bangalore News | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday December 31, 2019
    Dummy police are the newest recruits to law enforcement in Bangalore where authorities have adopted an unusual tactic to fight traffic offenders.
  • Ban On Non-ISI Marked Helmets Called Off In Bengaluru
    Reported by Sameer Contractor, Written by Sameer Contractor | Monday March 12, 2018
    Following the backlash on imposing a blanket ban on non-ISI marked helmets, the Bengaluru City traffic police have decided to withdraw its drive on substandard helmets. The crackdown that was supposed to start from February 1, 2018, has been called off after the city traffic police asked for clarification from the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).
  • Bengaluru Riot Over New Provident Fund Rules, Massive Traffic Jams
    Bangalore News | Reported by Maya Sharma, Shweta Rajpal Kohli, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Tuesday April 19, 2016
    Thousands of garment workers in Bengaluru clashed with the police and set buses and cars on fire today, angry with the government over a new controversial rule for provident funds, which has now been withdrawn.
  • 2-Year-Old's Heart Travels in 4 Hours From Bengaluru to Chennai
    Bangalore News | Reported by Radhika Iyer, J Sam Daniel Stalin; Edited by Shyam Balasubramanian | Saturday December 20, 2014
    The heart of a two-year-old boy who died on Friday morning at a hospital in Bengaluru was successfully transplanted into another young child in Chennai. The heart was rushed from one city to another, all within the space of four hours.
  • Green Corridor to Transport Heart Now Reaches Bangalore
    India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday September 3, 2014
    In a heart-warming action, city traffic police today created a "green corridor" to facilitate unhindered transport of a donor's heart from a hospital in Bangalore to the airport to be transplated on a patient at Chennai.
  • New Bangalore cops are lifeless but alert
    Bangalore News | Written by Maya Sharma | Monday March 25, 2013
    He works seven days a week, and is always on the job, even in the blazing summer sun. This is a traffic policeman who never takes a break - just the ticket in Bangalore's chaotic and often indisciplined traffic.
  • Bandh in Bangalore shuts down IT offices
    South | Written by Maya Sharma; edited by Shamik Ghosh | Thursday September 20, 2012
    It was like travelling back in time in Bangalore today - to a time where traffic was smooth and you could get from one part of the city to another in a matter of minutes; a huge difference from the regular traffic snarls and delays that are part of the Bangaloreans normal life. Traffic signals were switched off and normally busy roads and junctions...
  • Bangalore buses on strike, huge jams reported
    South | Edited by Amit Chaturvedi | Thursday September 13, 2012
    Commuters in and around Bangalore are complaining of huge traffic jams today, caused by a bus strike. Some state-owned buses are on the road with police escorts.
  • Karnataka traffic police goes digital with BlackBerry
    Written by RohanM | Wednesday June 13, 2012
    Paper challans and police notice books in Karnataka are being phased out and replaced by Bluetooth enabled printers, BlackBerry and a centralised database.
  • South | Press Trust of India | Wednesday May 16, 2012
    May 15 (PTI) A Yemeni national was arrested for allegedly assaulting a traffic constable when he was questioned for driving his motorbike without a helmet and his vehicle seized, police said.
  • Red signal to M G Road traffic on New Year's Eve
    Bangalore News | Express News Service | Friday December 30, 2011
    The city police have advised revellers not to take vehicles to M G Road, Brigade Road, Residency Road, St Mark's Road and Church Street on the New Year's Eve.
  • Karnataka News | Express News Service | Tuesday December 13, 2011
    The Bangalore Traffic police are playing it safe when it comes to dealing with the city drunken drivers. For the past 1 month traffic police have been recording all the interactions with drunk drivers, who are stopped at check posts and booked for offences.
  • Thieves make a mockery of cops in Bangalore
    Bangalore News | mid-day.com | Tuesday July 5, 2011
    Ever wondered why the traffic comes to a crawl during power cuts in the city? Reason: traffic signals will not work during blackouts if the batteries have been stolen. This was exactly the case with the traffic signals at Anepalya and Ashirwadam circle junctions on Residency road, which brought traffic to a lethargic crawl for hours.Though the traf...
  • Fake cops con man outside police station
    Cities | mid-day.com | Tuesday April 6, 2010
    In a bizarre happening, two men conned the driver of a city businessman by posing as cops. Surprisingly, the incident took place in front of R T Nagar traffic police station while Rajesh was on his way home after dropping his boss at the airport.
  • Drunk Iranian women assault traffic cop
    Cities | Press Trust of India | Friday February 19, 2010
    Two Iranian women students were arrested for assaulting a traffic Sub-Inspector and mandhandling a press photographer late last night when they were stopped for drunken driving, a top police official said.

'Bangalore Traffic Police' - 15 News Result(s)

  • Bangalore Deploys Mannequins Dressed As Traffic Police To Deter Offenders
    Bangalore News | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday December 31, 2019
    Dummy police are the newest recruits to law enforcement in Bangalore where authorities have adopted an unusual tactic to fight traffic offenders.
  • Ban On Non-ISI Marked Helmets Called Off In Bengaluru
    Reported by Sameer Contractor, Written by Sameer Contractor | Monday March 12, 2018
    Following the backlash on imposing a blanket ban on non-ISI marked helmets, the Bengaluru City traffic police have decided to withdraw its drive on substandard helmets. The crackdown that was supposed to start from February 1, 2018, has been called off after the city traffic police asked for clarification from the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).
  • Bengaluru Riot Over New Provident Fund Rules, Massive Traffic Jams
    Bangalore News | Reported by Maya Sharma, Shweta Rajpal Kohli, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Tuesday April 19, 2016
    Thousands of garment workers in Bengaluru clashed with the police and set buses and cars on fire today, angry with the government over a new controversial rule for provident funds, which has now been withdrawn.
  • 2-Year-Old's Heart Travels in 4 Hours From Bengaluru to Chennai
    Bangalore News | Reported by Radhika Iyer, J Sam Daniel Stalin; Edited by Shyam Balasubramanian | Saturday December 20, 2014
    The heart of a two-year-old boy who died on Friday morning at a hospital in Bengaluru was successfully transplanted into another young child in Chennai. The heart was rushed from one city to another, all within the space of four hours.
  • Green Corridor to Transport Heart Now Reaches Bangalore
    India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday September 3, 2014
    In a heart-warming action, city traffic police today created a "green corridor" to facilitate unhindered transport of a donor's heart from a hospital in Bangalore to the airport to be transplated on a patient at Chennai.
  • New Bangalore cops are lifeless but alert
    Bangalore News | Written by Maya Sharma | Monday March 25, 2013
    He works seven days a week, and is always on the job, even in the blazing summer sun. This is a traffic policeman who never takes a break - just the ticket in Bangalore's chaotic and often indisciplined traffic.
  • Bandh in Bangalore shuts down IT offices
    South | Written by Maya Sharma; edited by Shamik Ghosh | Thursday September 20, 2012
    It was like travelling back in time in Bangalore today - to a time where traffic was smooth and you could get from one part of the city to another in a matter of minutes; a huge difference from the regular traffic snarls and delays that are part of the Bangaloreans normal life. Traffic signals were switched off and normally busy roads and junctions...
  • Bangalore buses on strike, huge jams reported
    South | Edited by Amit Chaturvedi | Thursday September 13, 2012
    Commuters in and around Bangalore are complaining of huge traffic jams today, caused by a bus strike. Some state-owned buses are on the road with police escorts.
  • Karnataka traffic police goes digital with BlackBerry
    Written by RohanM | Wednesday June 13, 2012
    Paper challans and police notice books in Karnataka are being phased out and replaced by Bluetooth enabled printers, BlackBerry and a centralised database.
  • South | Press Trust of India | Wednesday May 16, 2012
    May 15 (PTI) A Yemeni national was arrested for allegedly assaulting a traffic constable when he was questioned for driving his motorbike without a helmet and his vehicle seized, police said.
  • Red signal to M G Road traffic on New Year's Eve
    Bangalore News | Express News Service | Friday December 30, 2011
    The city police have advised revellers not to take vehicles to M G Road, Brigade Road, Residency Road, St Mark's Road and Church Street on the New Year's Eve.
  • Karnataka News | Express News Service | Tuesday December 13, 2011
    The Bangalore Traffic police are playing it safe when it comes to dealing with the city drunken drivers. For the past 1 month traffic police have been recording all the interactions with drunk drivers, who are stopped at check posts and booked for offences.
  • Thieves make a mockery of cops in Bangalore
    Bangalore News | mid-day.com | Tuesday July 5, 2011
    Ever wondered why the traffic comes to a crawl during power cuts in the city? Reason: traffic signals will not work during blackouts if the batteries have been stolen. This was exactly the case with the traffic signals at Anepalya and Ashirwadam circle junctions on Residency road, which brought traffic to a lethargic crawl for hours.Though the traf...
  • Fake cops con man outside police station
    Cities | mid-day.com | Tuesday April 6, 2010
    In a bizarre happening, two men conned the driver of a city businessman by posing as cops. Surprisingly, the incident took place in front of R T Nagar traffic police station while Rajesh was on his way home after dropping his boss at the airport.
  • Drunk Iranian women assault traffic cop
    Cities | Press Trust of India | Friday February 19, 2010
    Two Iranian women students were arrested for assaulting a traffic Sub-Inspector and mandhandling a press photographer late last night when they were stopped for drunken driving, a top police official said.
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