The Delhi High Court has pulled up the police for its failure to conclude the probe into a "sting operation" in which many traffic policemen were purportedly filmed taking bribes from Blueline bus operators.Dec 02, 2017, 13:54 PM IST
The Delhi High Court Thursday rejected the city government`s new policy for "rehabilitation of erstwhile blueline bus operators".Sep 05, 2013, 18:35 PM IST
A blueline bus driver, who had crushed to death a motorcyclist at a traffic signal, has been sent to one year in jail by a Delhi court.Oct 23, 2012, 17:18 PM IST
The kin of a youth, mowed down by a rashly-driven Blueline bus in 2006, has been given Rs 16.03 lakh as compensation by a road mishap tribunal.May 06, 2012, 10:02 AM IST
A 26-year-old man, who got married
just a month ago, was killed and 11 others including his wife
were injured on Sunday when a speeding blueline bus mowed them
down near the inter-state bus terminus in north Delhi.
Delhi High Court reserved its order on the city government`s plea not to permit the blueline buses to come back on the roads.Jan 20, 2011, 22:32 PM IST
The blueline operators, however, contended that the
figure is misleading and people of the capital would face
hardship if their buses are taken off the road.
The Delhi High Court has turned
down bus operators` plea seeking extension of permits of one-
third of the 2000 `killer` bluelines which lapsed on Wednesday.
After deciding to phase out
`killer` blueline fleet, Delhi Government today opened the
transport sector to corporate entities under the ambitious
Delhi Government is likely to
decide on Monday whether to bring back the `killer` blueline
bus services in the national capital or to withdraw them
Delhi government has decided not
to allow blueline buses, taken off roads during Commonwealth
Games, to ply in Lutyens` Delhi while a decision on whether to
bring them back in other areas will be taken in a day or two.
Fate of the Blueline buses, which
went off Delhi roads last month in view of the Commonwealth
Games, will be decided on October 25 by the Delhi Government,
which wants to phase out these private vehicles.
The Delhi High Court Friday gave another two-month breather to Blueline bus operators plying in south Delhi.Feb 20, 2010, 00:21 AM IST
The Delhi High Court Friday gave another two-month breather to Blueline bus operators plying in south Delhi.Feb 19, 2010, 21:58 PM IST
A 22-year-old returning home
with medicines for his mother was on Sunday killed when a Blueline
bus hit him in South East Delhi.
Contrary to popular belief,
militancy situation in Manipur is not "very bad" and the
casualty figure due to unrest in the Northeast was less than
the number of people dying here, the Assam Rifles chief said
Delhi Government on Thursday said
Blueline buses will be a thing of the past within the next
one year as their phase out has already begun in the city.