The ongoing strike across southern states is likely to result in rise in prices of essential commodities as they have threatened to intensify their protest against the steep hike third-party motor insurance rates.
The supplies of essential commodities are likely to be affected as some of the truckers’ associations have threatened to take their vehicles off the road for an indefinite period from April 1.
The supplies of essential commodities are likely to be disrupted from the first day of the new financial year (2017-18) as some of the truck owners' associations have threatened to take their carriers off the road for indefinite period.
The Centre has finally decided to install five full-body truck scanners at cross-LoC trading points, including Wagah and Uri. Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said in Rajya Sabha that the government is procuring
In an unfortunate accident on Dewas-Ujjain road in Madhya Pradesh, at least 10 labourers lost their lives whereas 19 others were injured after a collision between a truck and a jeep, police said. The labourers,
Tata Motors, India’s premier truck manufacturing brand, has taken a ‘unique’ approach to promote safe sex among truck drivers in India as they are in the HIV high-risk group.
Samastipur: Four persons, including two children, were killed when a pipe-laden truck overturned and fell on them at NH-28 in Samastipur district, a police officer said. The accident took place near the Cold Storage Chowk
Chandigarh: As many as 42 Indian trucks laden with garlic were sent back by Pakistani authorities through the Attari-Wagah route, saying “it was unfit for consumption”, traders in Amritsar said today. ”42 Indian trucks which
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday imposed an 'Environment Compensation Charge' (ECC) on commercial vehicles entering Delhi, in addition to the toll tax, from November 1 for four months on a trial basis, in
New Delhi: Transporters remained off roads for the second day today affecting supply of goods in various parts of the country, as the government refused to budge on their demand for scrapping the present toll
New Delhi: Supply of goods was affected in most parts of the country on Thursday as lakhs of trucks went off the roads on a nationwide strike called by the All India Motor Transport Congress
Jaipur : The indefinite strike by Rajasthan Truck Operators against toll tax and other demands today hit the movement of goods in the state, with over 6.34 lakh trucks getting off roads.Over seven lakh daily wage employees working for
Chandigarh: Five labourers from Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh were killed and three others injured when a truck ran over them while they were sleeping on a pavement here.The incident occurred past midnight in Chandigarh's Transport