Central Motor Vehicles (Seventh Amendment) Rules, 2024

The amendment provides that the Director of Industries or Director of Transport may be nominated as the registering authority in case the State/ Union Territory does not have a position equivalent to Commissioner of Industries or Commissioner of Transport and the registering authority shall be empowered to issue Preliminary Registration Certificate, issue and renewal of Registration Certificate under this chapter for the registration of Automated Testing Stations.

Karnataka Motor Transport and Other Allied Workers’ Social Security and Welfare Act, 2024

The notification presents a comprehensive framework for the implementation of the Karnataka Motor Transport and Other Allied Workers’ Social Security and Welfare Act, 2024. It encompasses the establishment of governing bodies, procedures for registration and claiming benefits, fund management, and provisions for addressing challenges in implementing the Act. The Act emphasizes the government’s commitment to promoting the well-being and social security of motor transport and allied workers in Karnataka through a structured and welfare-oriented approach.

Goa Motor Vehicles Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2024

The “Goa Motor Vehicles Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2024” encompasses significant amendments to the Goa Motor Vehicles Tax Act, 1974, aimed at restructuring the motor vehicles tax, simplifying the tax structure, and encouraging the registration of high-end vehicles in Goa. The bill also emphasizes the repeal of the previous ordinance and provides detailed insights into the proposed tax rates and refund mechanisms for various categories of motor vehicles.

Draft End-of-Life Vehicles (Management) Rules, 2024

The Indian government has recently introduced the Draft End-of-Life Vehicles (Management) Rules, 2024. These rules aim to establish a robust framework for the management of end-of-life vehicles (ELVs), ensuring their environmentally sound disposal and recycling.

Phase-II Hyderabad Metro Rail Proposals

Telangana Chief Minister reviewed Phase-II Hyderabad Metro Rail proposals on Tuesday. After a detailed presentation by HMRL MD, the Chief Minister directed him that the expansion proposals shall cater to major parts of the city and shall serve maximum number of commuters. He asked the MD to refine Phase-II proposals in coordination with Commissioner, HMDA. On the proposal of HMRL to widen the road from Darulshifa Jn to Shalibanda Jn in the Old city Metro Rail stretch, the Chief Minister desired that the feasibility of widening the road from Darulshifa Jn upto Falaknuma Jn to 100 ft shall be examined, in consultation with the public representatives of the Old city.

Chief Minister of Gujarat Reveals Projects Worth 266 Crores

The Gujarat government has decided to construct 15 iconic bus ports across the state. Currently, 10 bus ports are operational, and today marks the commencement of the 11th bus port in Bhuj. The inauguration of the Bhuj Bus Port means that outstanding facilities will be available not only to tourists in Kutch but to the entire state.