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  • ‘Free Balochistan’ messages removed from London buses

    LONDON: Transport for London (TfL) has removed posters with the messages “Free Balochistan: save the Baloch people” from London buses...

    “The Pakistan High Commission in London complained to TfL asking for those advertisements to be removed,” said Muneer Ahmed of the High Commission, adding that TfL acted quickly, removing the posters the next day...

  • 600 modern buses to hit city roads soon, says minister

    KARACHI: The city will have a new bus service called City Transport Service with a fleet of 600 Daewoo buses within the next two months...

    In response to a question, the minister said that all paperwork had been completed as “we have been working on this transport project for the last six months and within the next three days its advertisements would appear in the press for finalising it under the Modaraba scheme...

  • Singapore to deploy driverless buses from 2022

    SINGAPORE: Driverless buses will appear on some roads in Singapore from 2022 as part of plans to improve mobility in the land-scarce city-state, its transport minister said on Wednesday...

    Driverless buses will be deployed during off-peak traffic hours in three new suburban towns designed to accommodate the vehicles in a pilot project, said Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan...

  • Students set buses ablaze in Faisalabad

    Students from Government Islamia College in Faisalabad set four buses on fire on Friday after one of their classmates was crushed under a speeding bus, DawnNews reported...

    Enraged students protested their colleague's death by first setting fire to the bus involved in the accident and then went on to set fire to three more buses...

  • Students torch six buses after sophomore’s death

    FAISALABAD: Enraged students set six buses ablaze after a sophomore was fatally run over by a public transport vehicle on Sargodha Road on Friday...

    The students torched four buses outside the college and two at Jamia Chishtia Chowk that became the flashpoint after the accident...

  • Drivers killed, 30 injured in buses’ collision

    The deceased included two drivers whose buses coming from the opposite directions on Karachi-Lahore highway had a head-on collision at Nazarwali Hatti near Uch Sharif, about 70km from here, on Sunday night...

    After the collision, the buses caught fire, injuring the passengers, including women and children...

  • Baloch students prevent QAU buses from plying

    ISLAMABAD: The Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU), which re-opened a week ago after a 19-day closure, could not hold classes again on Monday as protesting students kept university buses from plying on their routes...

    University sources said that protesting students deflated buses’ tyres late Sunday night...

  • Two buses burnt to ashes

    RAWALPINDI: Mystery shrouds the burning of two air-conditioned buses plying on Rawalpindi-Kalar Syedan route...

    The police said they did not know who had set the two buses on fire or they were burnt accidentally...

  • Shortage of point buses

    THE government provides the service of university point buses to students...

    These low-fare buses pick students from their locality and drop them at Karachi University...

  • Mediapersons take a ride on metro buses

    The round trip on three buses started from Pakistan Secretariat bus station in Islamabad to Saddar in Rawalpindi and back...

    Principal Road station for 10 minutes to show the participants the largest escalator of the country installed there...

  • Copenhagen buses burned in ‘anti-Israel attack’

    COPENHAGEN: Four buses were destroyed and a fifth was vandalized in a pre-dawn fire with anti-Israel graffiti at a bus depot here on Friday...

    Investigator Jens Moeller Jensen said police suspected arson and were investigating possible links to a decision last week by city transit officials to remove bus ads by a pro-Palestinian group calling for a boycott of Israeli goods...

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