Safety Measure

  • Maruti Driving Institute's Training director on importance of seatbelt June 7, 2014

    Training director of the Maruti Driving Institute Mahesh Rajoria talks about the importance of the seatbelt and basic rules that need to be followed. He said, "In theory we teach a lot of things about traffic rules. A simple thing like wearing seatbelts is very important. Driver's own safety is...
  • Tamil Nadu to introduce safety measures in state transport buses November 19, 2013

    Channai: Tamil Nadu transport authorities are expected to hold a preliminary discussion on introducing safety instructions in transport buses after the recent spate of Volvo accidents in neighbouring Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. These safety instructions will be like the ones given on airplanes, instructing passengers on dealing with emergency situations...
  • Will stop Kudankulam if safety measures not met: SC September 27, 2012

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court has expressed concerns over environment and safety aspects of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant. The apex court has told the Centre that it will stop the Nuclear plant if the environment and safety measures are not met. The Nuclear Power Corporation of India has filed an...
  • Ailing Kingfisher, AI may not be safe: DGCA January 5, 2012

    New Delhi: After trouble in the skies, there seems to be more worries for the embattled Indian carriers Kingfisher Airlines and Air India on the ground this time. A financial audit carried out by the the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has found that all carriers were in a...
  • Government to lay guidelines for hospital safety December 17, 2011

    New Delhi: India's apex agency for disaster management is preparing "mandatory" guidelines to cover fire and other emergency hazards in hospitals and a core group would be formed next week to finalise the rules, an official said on Saturday. The decision has been taken after a major fire struck a super...
  • Sabarimala: Kerala to rather be safe than sorry November 15, 2011

    Sabarimala: Haunted by last season's tragedy which left over 100 pilgrims dead in a stampede, a cautious Kerala government has come up with a new footpath, a bridge and a slew of measures to decongest the route leading to the Sabarimala temple this year. The two-month-long festival season is set...
  • US advises citizens to avoid travel to Bangladesh March 3, 2009

    Washington: The United States has advised its citizens to avoid unnecessary visit to Bangladesh, in view of the recent mutiny by the Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) soldiers. "The Department of State advises all US citizens to exercise caution and avoid unnecessary travel in and...
  • Safety buzz hits Indian car market June 16, 2007

    Mumbai: The Indian car market is now manufacturing and producing cars with more safety measures. A growing number of cars, even the low end ones are being souped with global safety measures. It is great news, not just for the common man but even for the IT companies. Safety features that...