Delhi govt all set for paperless registration of all vehicles

 In a first of its kind, Delhi government is set to introduce "paperless registration" of all types of vehicles in the national capital.

Four motorcycle thieves held, 14 bikes recovered in Gujarat

 Four members of a motorcycle-lifting gang from Madhya Pradesh, including a minor boy, were arrested and 14 motorcycles were recovered from their possession, police said on Sunday.

Delhi Police launch GPS-fitted bikes for street patrolling

 Delhi Police today launched 30 GPS-fitted motorcycles for effective patrolling under an Internet-based monitoring system in North Delhi to curb street crime like snatching and robbery.

John Abraham urges pillion riders to wear helmets

 Actor John Abraham, who flagged- off the Yamaha Mission to encourage safe and congenial bike riding across the nation with a theme of 'Discovering a whole new India' here on Sunday, underscored that pillion riders should wear helmets.

The Transformer

Zooming ahead at a steady speed, automobile designing is a niche field for those with passionate and innovative ideas.

Militants stealing bikes in Srinagar?

Police on Saturday sounded an alert after several cases of motorcycle thefts were reported from various parts of the Jammu and Kashmir`s summer capital.

MLAs sorry for riding bikes sans helmet to attend Assembly in Goa

A day after his colleagues rode their motorcycles to the Goa Legislative Assembly Complex without wearing helmet, BJP MLA Michael Lobo, a member of the bikers team, tendered apology.

Girlfriends, bikes, cellphones to blame for mishaps: Raman

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh kicked up a controversy when he blamed "girlfriends, bikes and mobile phones" for the rising cases of road accidents in the state.

AP: Gold coins, bikes... Parties go all out to `bribe` voters

Behind the scenes, workers of parties are quietly going about their `work` -- doling out `inducements` in `cash and kind` to the voters.

Cycle of development - Bihar labourers to get bikes

First schoolgirls, then boys and now labourers. Pedalling its way to development, the Bihar government has now decided to empower casual labourers with bicycles to improve their quality of life.

Electric bikes on a roll in China

Chinese commuters in their millions are turning to electric bicycles -- hailed as the environmentally-friendly future of personal transport in the country`s teeming cities.

Optimism fills Detroit auto show

A revved up sense of optimism has filled the Detroit auto show as the industry looked forward to a recovery from one of its worst years on record.

Detroit auto show to open with hopes of brighter 2010

North America’s biggest annual auto show was to get underway later Monday as the beleaguered U.S. car industry hopes to gain some momentum for 2010 with an emphasis on smaller, greener vehicles.

Police stops music at auto expo to manage weekend crowd

Music shows and public performances were halted at the ongoing Auto Expo on Sunday as massive weekend crowd at the exhibition became "unmanageable", police said.

HMSI plans to launch two bikes next fiscal

Two-wheeler maker Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) today said it may introduce two new bikes in the country during the next fiscal as it aims to clock sales of 15 lakh units in 2010-11.

BAL registers 85 per cent growth in two-wheeler sales

At 220,429 two-wheelers sold in December 2009, Bajaj Auto Ltd (BAL) registered a 85 per cent growth in sales over December 2008, when it sold 119,215 units, a company release said.

Domestic car sales jump 36.7%, bikes up 42.4% in Nov

Domestic passenger car sales jumped 36.7 per cent to 1,13,687 units in November, the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) said today.

Domestic motor-cycle sales bounce back after a two-year lull

Domestic motor-cycle sales have
witnessed a strong bounce-back after two torrid years, a
report by a leading credit rating and research agency, said.

Car sales jump 21%, bikes up 6.56% in September

Domestic passenger car sales have
recorded a 20.61 percent increase at 1,29,683 units in
September from 1,07,517 units in the same month last year.

Road racing championship on Sept 6

Indian riders will strive to make good use of home conditions in the fourth round of the 2009 Petronas Asian Road Racing championship to be held at Irungattukottai, near suburban Sriperumbudur track September 6.