Under Section 115 of the MV Act, violation of the odd-even rule is a traffic offence for which the fine amount has been raised from Rs 2,000 to Rs 20,000 after amendment which came into effect from September 1 this year.
The meet comes a month after the government announced the merger of 10 Public Sector Banks (PSBs) into four strong lenders with countrywide networks and global reach to boost credit and revive economic growth.
In what comes as a big Dusshera gift to passengers, Indian Railways has announced that Mata Vaishno Devi pilgrims will be able to travel between Delhi and Katra by Vande Bharat Express. This would be the second Vande Bharat Express in the country, the first running between Delhi and Varanasi. Get more India News and Business News on Zee Business.
Transport strike LIVE news updates: Commuters in the national capital will be facing many problems travelling today due to the one-day transport strike. Transport unions have called for the strike to protest against the hefty fines imposed under the amended Motor Vehicles (MV) Act 2019. A large number of autorickshaws, taxis, Ola and Uber cab services that are used many office-goers daily, and commercial bus operators ferrying students to and from schools, will remain off the roads in Delhi-NCR. Many schools and educational institutes are closed today in view of the strike. Exams have also been postponed at some. There are some schools that are open and have asked parents to make travel arrangements for their children. Transport services will remain affected from 6 am till 10 pm on Thursday (September 19). Meanwhile, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has promised to look into the issues. Stay tuned to IndiaToday.in for all the live news updates.
Fed up with daily torture, a woman in Delhi, along with her relatives, hatched a conspiracy to kill her live-in partner to get rid of him. The woman killed her partner by stabbing him multiple times in the neck
Many schools in the national capital are closed today as a transport body, comprising 41 associations and unions, called for a one-day strike to protest against the steep hike in traffic fines under the amended Motor Vehicles (MV) Act.
This kind of once-in-a-century project should be discussed at the national level, not by tendering. We were caught napping when the cactus-forest of New Kidwai Nagar sprouted, and Pragati Maidan died. Now we are about to see a New Sachivalaya. Could Dilliwalas please wake up and be alert to what is happening to their city?
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Transport associations in Delhi and Noida have called for a strike as a protest against the steep hike in penalties for road traffic violations under the newly amended Motor Vehicles Act. Thirty-four associations of autos, taxis, private school buses, maxi cabs, OLA and Uber cabs, cluster buses under STA, Gramin Seva and large commercial vehicles have called for a strike on Thursday from morning 6 am to 10 pm.