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  • Crackdown against one-wheeling

    RAWALPINDI: City Traffic Police have launched a crackdown against motorcyclists doing one-wheeling...

    Besides arresting the riders, the police will impound motorcycles modified for one-wheeling...

  • Govt seeks wheeling regulations restricted to dedicated feeders

    ISLAMABAD: The Power Division has asked the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) to restrict wheeling (sale and purchase) of electricity into the national grid through dedicated feeders of 132 kilovolt (kV) and 11kV lines...

    The Power Division has sought amendments to Nepra, Wheeling of Electric Power Regulations 2016 in this regard...

  • 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)...

    On the other hand, Islamabad Police claimed that traffic and operational police personnel managed to make best possible security and traffic arrangements during Eid days...

  • 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

    The Chairman Association of Pakistan Motorcycle Assemblers, Mohammad Sabir Shaikh, attributed the price hike to an increase in the cost of assembling on account of the jump in raw material (steel, iron sheets and plastic) prices globally, surge in customs valuation of some components and increase in Chinese parts...

  • 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...

    He said the motorcycle ambulance rescuers would administer first aid and if they will find the patient in a serious condition, they will alert the principal ambulance to transfer them to hospitals for proper treatment...

  • Karachi woman hurt with 'sharp object' by motorcycle rider

    A woman was stabbed with a sharp object by a motorcycle rider in the Malir area of Karachi Thursday evening, DawnNews reported...

    On Monday night, a teenage girl was injured by a motorcycle rider in Federal B Area of Karachi; however it is not clear whether the incident was linked to those reported in Gulistan-i-Jauhar and Gulshan-i-Iqbal...

  • 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...

    DSP traffic Nadeem Butt told Dawn that a campaign against motorcycle rickshaws had been launched on the directive of Bahawalpur Bench of the Lahore High Court...

  • New customs values issued for motorcycle helmets

    KARACHI: After three years, new customs values have been announced for imported motorcycle helmets which range from $2...

    As per a notification issued on Aug 25, 2016, customs values for motorcycle helmets (half face, full face and cross-shaped) will be assessed to duty/taxes of above customs values...

  • 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...

    The Motorcycle Association of Pakistan in collaboration with TCKP is holding the rally...

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