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SC dismisses pleas of five states seeking modification of its order on selection, appointment of DGPs
The CJI-led bench headed said that the earlier directions of the court on selection and appointment of DGPs were issued in larger public interest and to protect the police from political interference.
Transport Minister DC Thammanna had launched the program on Wednesday, following an order from the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways of the central government.
The new guidelines will come into force before the commencement of Sankranti vacation.
All commercial vehicles with national permits to have GPS: Karnataka Transport Minister DC Thammanna
Launching the programme of implementation of GPS with panic buttons in vehicles at Yeshwanthpur RTO office on Wednesday.
BBMP is the first municipality in the country that has Geographic Information System (GIS) based road history.
The satellites entered their planned orbit after flying for over three hours and will work with the 14 BeiDou-3 satellites already in orbit.
The Corporation is coming up with GPS-enabled colour coded tankers to track waster in Trivandrum.
While Huawei will add NavIN to its navigation bouquet by the end of this year, Samsung is expected to launch phones with the Broadcom chip in early 2019.
It has also been decided to set up Integrated Modern Control Room in all police stations of the district to enhance safety and security and provide better public services to people.
Suspecting her motives, he installed a GPS device on her car and found she had left for Goa.
In a rare show of man-animal bond, homing pigeons trained by humans continue to be as accurate as they were over seven decades back in route mapping.
To boost the accuracy of ‘desi GPS’ NavIC, Indian Space Research Organisation is likely to extend Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System programme.
65 per cent of public vehicles in Tamil Nadu have no GPS, panic button; to be made mandatory for new vehicles from April 1
The transport department will enforce the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways’ notification that made global positioning system and panic button mandatory in all the public service vehicles.
While Cyclone Ockhi and other unanticipated calamities challenge the lives of fishermen venturing out to sea, the innovation of a pre-degree dropout from Muhamma could prove a lifesaver.
SAARC and South-East Asian nations are now being trained on use of the technology to harmonise satellite navigation.