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Three arrested for Rs 67.5-lakh ATM money heist at AlaknandaIndian ExpressSandeep and Gautam joined the security agency in November by using fake documents and identity proofs. The driving licence and gun licence they produced ...Three arrested for Rs 67.5-lakh ATM money heist at AlaknandaMSN IndiaActive cellphones lead to 3 arrests in cash van heistHindustan Timesall 10 news articles »
Licence renewal headache may goDaily News & AnalysisHave a driving licence? You may now not have to worry about renewing it till the age of 50. ...and more »
Gurgaon's 1000 march against corruptionTimes of IndiaGiving up their weekend off to support the cause, and travelling all the way to Delhi to participate in the meet, the people of Gurgaon asserted their point ...and more »
A points system for road offences?Times of IndiaAt any point, if the cumulative total of the point accrued by a driver crosses the limit of 12 points, the driving licence will be suspended for a year. ...and more »
In 2 days, 865 school vehicles prosecutedTimes of IndiaEven though the Delhi government notification allows not more than 11 children and the adult driver in a Maruti van, several school vans are seen ferrying ...and more »
All India RadioTwo travel agents banned for fake rly ticket bookingsTimes of IndiaA voter photo-identity card, passport, PAN card, driving licence, photo ID card, issued by the central or state government, student ID card issued by a ...Tatkal ticket holders will now have to carry ID proofOneindiaID proof must for Tatkal ticket traveller: RlyI Governmentall 26 news articles »
SamayLiveCash van found, police announce Rs 50000 rewardHindustan TimesThey had given a Delhi address, which was found to be fake. The permanent addresses they gave were also incorrect. The driving licence and arms licence they ...Van driver, guard faked documentsTimes of IndiaATM cash theft: Photos of suspects released; reward announcedMSN Indiaall 22 news articles »
Breaking traffic rules may land you in jailDaily News & AnalysisThe committee has also recommended issuing Indian driving license to foreign nationals in the second year of their stay. In the first year, they may use the ...and more »
Subir Roy: Who are you, anyway?Business StandardA few years after he came with me to Bangalore from Delhi, his driving licence, which is his lifeline, came up for renewal. He could have got it done by ...and more »
Driving licence must to join Delhi Police, say new rulesIndian ExpressDelhi Police spokesperson Rajan Bhagat said amendments have been made in Rule 7 and 9, which makes possession of a driving licence necessary for appointment ...Now, driving licence mandatory for job seekers with Delhi PoliceNDTV.comDelhi Police take up multi-tasking 'challenge'Hindustan Timesall 7 news articles »
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"The hole in the wall: self organising systems in education" Keynote speech by Sugata Mitra, Professor of Educational Technology at Newcastle University (Twitter track by agreement with Sugata) at "Into something rich and strange" - making sense of the sea change, the 2010 conference of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT). Session given in Nottingham, UK, on Wednesday 8 September 2010, at 14.00. For information about ALT go to www.alt.ac.uk Made publicly available by ALT under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial 2.0 UK: England & Wales license creativecommons.org
DATE--10-7-10 The Chandigarh Police today arrested Kashif Ali, a Pakistani national, for spying from Sector 44. The police recovered confidential documents related to the Army, a digital camera, a driving license issued by the Transport Authority, New Delhi, with Ali's (Pawan Kumar-fake name) photograph, a receipt of the Regional Passport Office, Chandigarh, and a Maruti 800 car (CH01-H-0010) from his possession. Kashif was keeping an eye on the defence sectors, including Chandi Mandir-based Western Command, Air Force Station, Chandigarh, besides on the movement and the deployment of the Army here. "He was passing on the confidential information to Pakistan," said UT IG Pradeep Kumar here today. The IG added that 24-year-old Kashif originally hails from Faislabad (Punjab) in Pakistan and was planted by the Pakistan's ISI through Bangladesh. During interrogation, Kashif confessed that he has been staying in the country for over four years. "He has been staying in Sector 44 for the past two-and-a-half year under the fake name of Pawan Kumar, son of Dharampal, a resident of Pitampura, New Delhi. Before coming here, he was active somewhere in Rajasthan," Srivastava added. The spy was arrested on a tip off. Following which the sleuths of the Crime Branch laid a trap near Lakshmi Narayan temple in Sector 44. At around 3.45 pm Kashif was seen coming in his blue-coloured Maruti car. On being asked, he told the police that his name is Pawan Kumar and is a resident of New Delhi ...
www.weforum.org 27.01.2010 Despite an upward revision of the International Monetary Fund's most recent World Economic Outlook, average real GDP growth of the global economy over the next five years is expected to be less than that of the five years (2003-2007) before the crisis. In partnership with Time magazine, industry leaders, economists and policy-makers rethink the "new normal" for key economies going forward. Dennis Nally, Chairman, PricewaterhouseCoopers International, PricewaterhouseCoopers, USA Arif M. Naqvi, Founder and Group Chief Executive Officer, Abraaj Capital, United Arab Emirates; Co-Chair of the Governors Meeting for Investors 2010; Global Agenda Council on the Future of Pakistan Raghuram G. Rajan, Eric J. Gleacher Distinguished Service Professor of Finance, University of Chicago Booth School of Business, USA Nouriel Roubini, Chairman, Roubini Global Economics Monitor, USA; Global Agenda Council on the International Monetary System David M. Rubenstein, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Carlyle Group, USA Heizo Takenaka, Director, Global Security Research Institute, Keio University, Japan; Member of the Foundation Board of the World Economic Forum; Global Agenda Council on the Future of Japan Moderated by Michael J. Elliott, Editor, Time International, Time Magazine, USA
This Indian woman was driving stupid; yet she was pointing a middle finger at us. LOL Bitch.
Driving licences in Delhi are being couriered to applicants
Driving licences in Delhi are being sent by courier to track defaulters who give wrong addresses
[Indian Criminals] Delhi Santro driver crossing stop line. License plate: DL 3C 5609.
A very funny look at how people drive in india. The rules are quite different there. Watch the white car in the top center going against traffic.