Kochi: The Public Works Department (PWD) has undertaken a “patch work” drive to fill up potholes in the city following the death of a youth in a mishap caused by bad road condition. However, residents associations have come out against the “temporary arrangement” while demanding for a permanent solution.
Despite the tall claims of the Thakur government, most of the state and national highways connecting Kangra district with the adjoining state of Punjab are in a bad shape.
Hyderabad: The extension of the Chandrayangutta flyover and construction of a parallel road overbridge at Falaknuma will solve the problem of traffic congestion on the Chandrayangutta main road.
Madikeri: Despite captive elephant, Rowdy Ranga being run down by a speeding bus on the Hunsur-Gonnikoppa road recently, local officials of the Public Works Department are not happy with the Nagarahole National Park’s suggestion for road humps on the 10-km highway that passes through its Hunsur and Anechowkoor ranges. They claim the road humps could…
Bengaluru: The BBMP, after pulled up by the Karnataka High Court for not achieving zero-pothole target in the city, has claimed that it is not solely responsible for the pathetic condition of roads, but also the BWSSB and other civic agencies.
Hyderabad: The bad condition of the road near Infosys, Gachibowli, is making it difficult for motorists to drive.
New Delhi: The Uday Kotak-led IL&FS management, readying a turnaround plan for the debt-ridden shadow bank, is preparing a list of subsidiaries that could be wound up. The list, which will be submitted to the NCLT on October 31, will also feature the arms that could be revived. The turnaround plan could include selling financial…
Bengaluru: Even though the Dasara deadline to fill potholes in the city is fast approaching, many roads in the city continue to be pockmarked with them.
New Delhi: The newly constituted board of the beleaguered IL&FS under the chairmanship of Uday Kotak may meet this week again to chalk out the future course of action to resolve the current financial crisis, according to a source.
Mumbai: Leading credit rating agencies are likely to face regulatory action over the IL&FC fiasco. According to sources, the market regulator may soon issue show-cause notices to three top rating agencies — Icra, India Ratings & Research (IndRa) and CARE Ratings — over their failure to proactively warn off troubles at one of the country’s…