THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: On the highway leading south from Thiruvananthapuram city, it

The Transport Department officials seem wary of implementing traffic rules in the mining belt fearing the backlash by the truck operators.
Participating in the ad hoc committee meeting, Director of Transport Arvind Lolienkar said that there is difficulty in imposing the rules in mining belt without proper support from the police.

MUMBAI: Tata Motors on Thursday said that its new range of trucks, comprising multi-axle, tractor trailers, tippers, mixers, would hit the domestic market in the July-September quarter.

Mindful of growing public opposition to the ore transportation through Quepem town, GIDC Chairman and Quepem MLA Chandrakant (Babu) Kavlekar has assured that mining trucks will not be permitted through Quepem town from the next mining season.

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd on Tuesday launched the CNG variant of its Maxx Maxi Truck priced at Rs 3.79 lakh (ex showroom Delhi). This is Rs 50,000 costlier than the existing diesel variant. Currently, the company offers a CNG variant on its other cargo vehicles - Champion, Alfa and Bolero pick-up. The company stated that the size of the pick-up market stood at 56,000 units last fiscal.

PRESIDENT Barack Obama wants US drivers to get better fuel efficiency and cause less damage to the environment

- Bara-Baliguma connector to ease traffic pressure on Dimna road
KUMUD JENAMANI

Jamshedpur, April 14: If the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) has its way, the city will soon get a bridge for heavy vehicles across Subernarekha, connecting Bara to Baliguma on NH-33.

Shock absorbers help vehicles recharge from speedbreakers NEXT time your car hits a bump on the road do not curse. Rather, use these shockers to increase the fuel efficiency of your vehicle by 10 per cent. A new shock absorber developed by a team of researchers can generate electricity to fuel your vehicle when it hits a bump. In ordinary vehicles it is the suspension system that

The European Parliament agreed in December to a proposal that emissions of nitrogen oxides from new heavy duty vehicles shall be cut by 80 per cent and those of particulate matter by 66 per cent, as compared to existing standards.

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