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Delhi sees drastic fall in traffic challans courtesy newly amended MV Act

New Delhi: The national capital has witnessed a significant drop in traffic challans following the implementation of newly amended Motor Vehicles Act (MVA) 2019, said the Delhi Traffic Police on Wednesday. As per a report issued by the Delhi Traffic Police, the estimated fall in the fines stands at a whopping 78 percent. The number of challans dropped to 73,71 2 between September 1 and 15. Prior to the introduction of the amended Motor Vehicles Act, as many as 3,48,272 challans were issued from August 16 to 31. 

Ayodhya matter: Arguments concluded, SC reserves order

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday wrapped up arguments in the Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid land dispute case. The top court wrapped up the arg...

Cong 'breathing its last' due to nepotism: PM Modi

Partur (Maharashtra): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday targetted Congress stating the party was on its deathbead as nepotism has overshadowed...

DRDO must make indigenous fifth generation fighter project happen: IAF Chief

New Delhi: Lauding DRDO for successfully delivering indigenous weapon systems, IAF chief RKS Bhadauria on Tuesday said that the defence research agenc...

Animals in need of help after floods in Bihar

New Delhi: International animal welfare charity, World Animal Protection, along with Veterinary Emergency Response Unit (VERO) Bihar is responding to ...