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2014/11/24 18:07
2014/11/24 18:07
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ASP Ahmad Abang of Royal Malaysia Police (holding scroll) leading civil servants to recite the Integrity Pledge at the BCCK during the Civil Service Day 2014 celebration. KUCHING: Sarawakians can...
2014/11/24 18:07
2014/11/24 18:07
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2014/11/24 14:20
2014/11/24 14:20
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Melbourne would be heading in a dramatically different direction if the draft of a 40-year plan for the city – written by six experts hand-picked by Planning Minister Matthew Guy – had been...
2014/11/24 00:10
2014/11/24 00:10
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Petite fleet to ensure smoother traffic flowA STAFF REPORTER A JNNURM bus plies on the city road. Picture by UB Photos Guwahati, Nov. 23: The big buses under Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal...
2014/11/23 11:34
2014/11/23 11:34
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SPEED cameras on the South Eastern Freeway are generating three times as much fine revenue as expected and providing a multimillion-dollar windfall for the State Government. The cameras — at the...
2014/11/22 13:34
2014/11/22 13:34
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Johannesburg - Road safety plans are in place ahead of the festive season, the Eastern Cape Transport Department said on Saturday. Transport MEC Weziwe Tikana met district heads from the provincial...
2014/11/22 00:49
2014/11/22 00:49
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HAVE you ever seen a silver vehicle with yellow-and- orange stripes bearing the Prasarana Malaysia Bhd (Prasarana) logo? The 4WD can usually be seen whenever there is a heavy thunderstorm or flash...
2014/11/21 20:59
2014/11/21 20:59
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In the first major bureaucratic reshuffle since the formation of the Manohar Lal Khattar Government of the BJP in Haryana in October, 71 Indian Administrative Service officials have been transferred...
2014/11/21 17:46
2014/11/21 17:46
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LOTHIAN Buses, one of two municipal bus firms in Scotland, is the largest provider of buses in Edinburgh. The City of Edinburgh Council own 91 per cent of the firm, with the remainder being owned by...
2014/11/21 00:49
2014/11/21 00:49
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With more and more drivers installing dashboard cameras, the acts of these tyrants are being captured on screen. I HAD been toying around with the idea of installing a dashboard camera in my car for...
2014/11/20 23:03
2014/11/20 23:03
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... department pledges not to bar Emirates from the skies'' read a gob-smacking headline in The Times's sister newspaper, Business Day. Backtracking on its earlier threat to "disrupt" the...
2014/11/20 15:35
2014/11/20 15:35
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M-cyclists are escaping speed traps, not death PETALING JAYA: Motorcyclists are apparently escaping speed traps but in doing so many are ending up as statistics in road fatalities. Of the 4,779...
2014/11/20 13:43
2014/11/20 13:43
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After Maruti Suzuki and Tata Motors, now Fiat is set to join the race to replace Hindustan Motors' Ambassador cars in Kolkata's taxi segment. The Ambassador cars, which enjoyed a near monopoly in...
2014/11/20 09:18
2014/11/20 09:18
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Cars drive under an e-toll gantry on a Gauteng highway. Photo: Lesego Ngobeni/EWN Road users will continue to finance e-tolls in Gauteng until government says otherwise, the Transport Department...
2014/11/19 23:05
2014/11/19 23:05
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Taxi drivers in Perth are struggling to make ends meet. Perth taxi drivers are doing it so tough they are handing back plates as usage rates fall by up to a third. And with the industry under attack...
2014/11/19 20:26
2014/11/19 20:26
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After decline in public transport use in Adelaide in recent years, the South Australian Government says it is pleased to see an improvement in the last financial year. Adelaide southern suburbs...
2014/11/19 02:59
2014/11/19 02:59
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Hundreds of autorickshaw drivers participated in a flash protest near Egmore railway station and Royapettah on Tuesday morning, alleging police harassment during drives to enforce the meter system in...
2014/11/19 01:42
2014/11/19 01:42
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THE new train station, Shellharbour Junction, will be officially launched this Friday, November 21. The Shellharbour Junction signs which have now been covered up. Picture: GREG TOTMAN THE new train...
2014/11/18 07:15
2014/11/18 07:15
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A survey has found people were asked to pay the highest combined amount of bribes and tea money at the Land Department's offices. But on average, public schools demanded the largest bribes, at 11,796...
2014/11/18 06:18
2014/11/18 06:18
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Santaco condemns 'sudden taxi strike' Utaf wants operating licences awarded to its members as well as the right to use Rea Vaya bus lanes. FILE: Hundreds of taxi operators making their way to office...
2014/11/18 01:21
2014/11/18 01:21
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RUSSEL MOLEFE Transport Minister Dipuo Peters has started “confidential” talks with her United Arab Emirates (UAE) counterpart Bin al Saeed Mansoori amid reports of a bitter fall-out over...
2014/11/24 18:07
2014/11/24 18:07
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