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Mumbai- Indian railways to run AC coaches on Suburban Railway

05 Jun 2017 | By Kanchan Monga
Mumbai News this Monday

The Indian Railways will run AC coaches on western line of Mumbai Suburban Railway. It will start by September 2017.

In the next three years, these coaches will be running on all lines. The railways came to this decision following a similar successful trial months ago.

Indian railways is counted among the largest networks in the world

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RulesLicense to be suspended if found disobeying traffic rules

If you use your phone while driving or don't put on seat belt, chances are you'll end up loosing up license for 3 months as recommended by Supreme court formed committee.

Maharashtra police has introduced numerous measures like counselling offenders and health testing of transport vehicles etc with the intention of reducing road accidents over the next five years.

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According to an RTI, 35 people have died everyday during these eight years. HSP officials said that 86.2% of these deaths were due to poor driving skills.

According to statistics, however, around 277 fewer people died last year as compared to 2015.

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Mahad bridge on the river Savitri that had collapsed claiming 30 lives, has been rebuilt in record 165 days. It will be inaugurated by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Union Minister Nitin Gadkari today.

The new three lane bridge was built at the cost of Rs. 37.55 crore alongside the old one.

The British era bridge had collapsed due to heavy rain last year.

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The men also pelted stones on the police car and smashed its wind screen. They were allegedly drunk and tried to drive away.

The police succeeded in catching hold of the driver, but his friends managed to escape.