Nearly two months after a Navi Mumbai resident captured a BEST driver jumping the signal in Chembur through the dashboard camera of his car, authorities have finally decided to take action against the errant staff
The khaki is no longer an excuse to break the rules. Over 60 policemen fined till Monday under the new CCTV-camera based e-challan generating system of the traffic police since its launch on October 4
It seems that the Mumbai traffic police's CCTV challan system has picked up from Day 1. Within 24 hours of Mumbai's CCTV challan system's launch, 324 motorists have received e-challans on their mobile phones via SMS
Following the recent spate of attacks, top brass instructs traffic cops not to book offenders at lights and other places; asks them to take on law-breakers only at nakabandis
Eknath Palkar was booked under section 177 of the Motor Vehicle Act that deals with riding 2-wheeler without wearing helmet
The second phase of odd-even car rationing, which kick started in the national capital on Friday, saw many violators. Police personnel were seen checking the violators and fining them for breaking the rules.
Cops collect Rs 5.63 lakh in fines from traffic rule violators in one night; even Thane saw a massive rise in the number of cases compared to last year
Hyderabad police on Monday night imposed a fine of Rs.200 on tennis star Sania Mirza as the number plate of her car was found to be in violation of the rules
Hundreds of policemen were spotted without helmets or seat belts on visits to the Police Commissionerate; instead of being fined by the traffic cops, they were simply denied entry
Motorists continue to brazenly jump signals at traffic junctions despite rising death toll; one such offender caused the death of Gopinath Munde in Delhi yesterday
Pakistan cricket star was released on bail Sunday, a day after his arrest for violating traffic rules and scuffling with a policeman
Despite this man's bike being stolen in February, police sent him a notice saying that his vehicle's registration number was noted down for violating traffic rules and he was required to pay a penalty
Cherukuri Satyanarayana, father of Indian archery coach Cherukiri Lenin, who died in a road accident yesterday said that it was not his son's fault.
Cops chase and catch man for ignoring red light, realise he is in stolen car, grill him till he confesses to committing burglaries
Traffic rules violators would have to be extra cautious now as the Delhi traffic police has doubled the strength of its patrol vehicles.