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CSR: Ensuring Road Safety Through Street Art

Every year, pothole-related deaths make it to the headlines especially during the monsoon season, causing inconvenience but also taking lives. Media reports state potholes...
1 Crore Steps For Safer Roads

Man Walking Across 20 Cities For Safer Roads

Project ‘1 Crore Steps for Safer Roads’ entails a record walk from Kanyakumari to Kashmir, a distance of 3,600 kilometres, to be covered in...
Trucks on Road

Speeding Trucks Causing Calamities

According to the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways headed by Nitin Gadkari, the current speed limit for the vehicles in M2 and M3...
Hawkers in Mumbai on Footpaths

CSR: Take Action Against Illegal Encroachment

A middle aged woman plays with her life everyday on the Marol Maroshi Road when she walks to the Vijay-nagar bridge to buy the...
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Teaching Road Safety At A Tender Age

Road safety is a serious concern in India. With a large population density and almost non-existent traffic sense, mishaps are a common happening in India. The...
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Sharmaji Ka Beta – A Safe Driver

Sharmaji ka beta is always alert while handling any vehicle on the road. He loves to drive, and he is a disciplined driver. He...

Where Is The Government Lacking In Road Safety

Mumbai ranked fifth from fifty cities in India with population a more than a million, that witnessed the most number of road accidents. This is according to the data released by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways

The Risk of Your Selfie

Mobile handset maker Samsung India has pledged support to the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways’ drive to reduce road accidents, especially those that happen due to irresponsible usage of...

What Can India Learn From Japan’s Green Policies?

Early to industrialise in the 19th century, and a technology leader by the 20th, Japan saw many of the benefits of economic progress: capital...

The Unsafe Road: IRF Bats For wp Tax Benefits

In a communication to the Finance Minister, the international roads advocacy group has demanded 100 percent tax exemption for corporate houses, NGOs, industry, individuals in its road safety programmes
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