Flashy lifestyle lands delhiites in traffic trouble

NEW DELHI: You don’t have to jump a signal to be fined. In 2016, more than 50,000 Delhiites were handed over challans by the police for jazzing up their cars with flashy lights, shiny gadgets, tinted glass and playing loud music. According to police, smoking while driving, playing loud music, using striking number plates, blinding top lights and modifying the car could land you in trouble. Besides penalty, your driving license could also be impounded. A total of 1,000 people were penalised for playing loud music in their cars last…

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‘Obeying traffic rules should become a lifestyle’

NAGPUR: Around 300 employees of IT companies pledged to observe traffic rules during an awareness campaign conducted by NGO Jeevan Suraksha Prakalp at IT Park, Parsodi on Monday. The NGO aims to eliminate the accidents caused due to human errors. Although, the NGO has been creating awareness about safety on streets for few years, they started off the New Year with a unique initiative. ‘Somwar ka Sankalp’ (Resolution for Monday) was the slogan promoted during the drive. President Raju Wagh said, “Every Monday, one should recall the pledge to follow…

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Giant inflatable moon rolls through traffic in Chinese city

– Shocked commuters in China captured video of a giant inflatable moon rolling through traffic when it was carried away by powerful winds. The moon, one of several inflatable moons designed for revelers to take photos with amid cloudy weather during the Mid-Autumn Festival, came free of its perch Wednesday in Fuzhou, Fujian Province, and ended up rolling over cars on a busy road. The moon was carried by gusts from Super Typhoon Meranti, which had yet to make landfall in China Wednesday, but was sending powerful winds ahead of…

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