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  • Dangerous tradition of motorcycle stunts continues

    ISLAMABAD: A large number of young people spent their Eid holidays performing stunts on their motorcycles and as a result some 200 landed in the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (Pims)...

    Out of these, 60 were admitted to the hospital and 30 were reported to be in serious condition
  • 4 killed in motorcycle accident

    TAXILA: Four young men lost their lives in a head on collision between their motorcycle and a passenger van on Hazara Raod near Shahiya Bridge in Hassanabdal on Sunday...

    According to police sources, a Hassanabdal bound passenger van while over taking another vehicle collided head on with a motorcycle
  • Motorcycle prices revved up

    KARACHI: Chinese and two leading Japanese bike assemblers have raised the prices of two-wheelers by Rs500 to Rs5,000...

    Pak Suzuki Motor Company Ltd has issued a letter to its authorised dealers regarding retail prices effective Oct 1
  • Motorcycle ambulances see the light of day

    LAHORE: Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Tuesday inaugurated a ‘motorcycle ambulance service’ that will operate in the city as a pilot project...

    As many as 200 people have been trained to drive the well-equipped two-wheelers to facilitate those in an emergency at their doorstep in Lahore
  • Motorcycle helmets

    I have been using a motorcycle in Karachi for 20 years...

    I would like to share some of my experiences with readers regarding the different types of helmets
  • One killed in motorcycle accident

    LAHORE: One person was killed and three others injured when two motorcycles rammed into each on Burki Road on Friday...

    Nooruddin, 50, and his son were going on a motorcycle when two unidentified motorcyclists coming from the opposite direction allegedly lost control and collided with the oncoming bike
  • Motorcycle bomb kills 5 in Jalalabad: Afghan official

    An Afghan official says a motorcycle bomb in eastern Nangarhar province killed at least five people...

    Attahullah Khogyani, spokesman for the provincial governor, says eight were wounded in Sunday's blast, which took place outside of a football stadium in the provincial capital of Jalalabad
  • Motorcycle-rickshaw union continues with protest

    BAHAWALPUR: The motorcycle-rickshaw union continued with their protest for the second day on Thursday against traffic police crackdown...

    According to President Qaim Din, traffic police during a crackdown impounded hundreds of three-wheelers, issuing orders to prepare [valid] documents and driving licences from the regional district authority
  • Three killed as truck hits motorcycle

    SHEIKHUPURA: Three motorcyclists were killed when a truck hit their bike near the EMCO factory here on Saturday...

    Reports said Tauqir Shah, Nadeem and another rider were heading towards Lahore from Shahkot on their bike when a truck in a bid to overtake hit the two-wheeler
  • Motorcycle rally to promote tourism

    PESHAWAR: Tourism Corporation of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will sponsor a motorcycle rally at the most scenic tourist destination of the province to promote tourism and sports...

    A press release issued here on Monday said that motorcyclists from Turkey, Australia and all over the country would take part in the rally, which would pass through Kaghan, Naraan, Chitral and Swat
  • Motorcycle riding banned in Bajaur again

    KHAR: The political administration has imposed fresh ban on motorcycle riding in Bajaur Agency for an unspecified period owing to security concerns...

    Sources said that the decision was taken at a high level meeting after senior officials took notice of illegal motorcycle riding in almost all areas of the agency
  • ‘Ban’ on entry to city roads: Motorcycle-rickshaw drivers’ sit-in

    FAISALABAD: A large number of motorcycle-rickshaw drivers staged a sit-in outside the office of district coordination officer (DCO) on Thursday in protest against restriction on them to ply on city roads and imposition of heavy fine...

    Talking to the media, the protesters said officials were hell-bent on depriving them of their livelihood by restricting their entry to city roads
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