Location- Dhaka Airport Station, Bangladesh Such a situation occurred at the time of Eid festival when a vast majority of peoples left Dhaka for celebrating Eid with their beloved family. Due to the shortage of public transport they basically force to take such a dangerous step. Importantly it become a part of the celebration of Eid Festival now. These train roofers also fallen in accident and lost their life. A lot of foreign tourists come now a days for enjoying such an dangerous journey. Music Amazing Grace by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
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Funny powerpoint pps presentation free download from Slideshare http://www.slideshare.net/AleksKos Funny transport pictures. Crazy ways to transport animals goods and people. Asia and Africa.
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Funny Motorcycle Transportation Philippines-style, Culture, Travel. Various modes of transportation in the Philippines...Most by motorcycle. Some amusing..... Anything goes as long as you get there! Watch for follow up clips.... PLEASE SUBSCRIBE, SHARE, LIKE, COMMENT, Youtube.com/captivatingcebu
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Enjoy watching the extremely rare footage of Brand new Trucks being shipped on Rails. Ashok Leyland 1616il (Yellow) and U-Truck (White) , 64 Ashok Leyland Trucks moving Southwards on 32 Wagons. This is one of the cheapest ways to transport Automobiles using Railways which is much faster and safer compared to Road Transportation which would require several huge Trucks to load these. A regular service called Roll on – Roll off (RO-RO) is offered for transporting Loaded Trucks over Rails. Presently Konkan Railway is the only Zone offering such a Service in India . The service is available from Kolad (145 kms. from Mumbai), Verna (12 kms. from Madgaon) upto Surathkal (20 kms. from Mangalore) and vice-versa. There are plans to implement these Services in other parts of India soon. Benefits of RORO services : - RORO services save precious fuel for the nation. Speed of Ro-Ro train is fast enough as compared to movement by Road Terminal time of loading/unloading is just 15 to 20 minutes in Ro-Ro. Better turnaround of trucks. No risk of accidents. No wear and tear of trucks. Less pollution as trucks are not plying on the roads. No hassle of octroi, toll etc. Train : 17210 Kakinada Town - Bangalore City - Seshadri Express. Locomotive : WAP4 LGD & WAG7 BZA Electric Shed. Location : Tyakal, Karnataka. WATCH Train Videos in ULTRA HD 4K http://bit.ly/1PtZQu8 Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheRailzone © The Rail Zone 2017
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A crazy indian traffic scene filmed in New Dehli, Feb 2012. I love all the modes of transport in India and how they traffic jams don't have the angry vide that can have in the west. It all just sorts itself out eventually and theres a certain beauty in it.
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It's a wonderful and quintessentially Indian institution, but like everything else in India - it has its problems! Indian Railways is the state-owned railway company of India, which owns and operates most of the country's rail transport . Indian Railways has one of the largest and busiest rail networks in the world, transporting 20 million passengers and more than 2 million tonnes of freight daily. It is one of the world's largest commercial or utility employers, with more than 1.6 million employees.The railways traverse the length and breadth of the country, covering 6,909 stations over a total route length of more than 63,327 kilometres .Indian railways over 200,000 (freight) wagons, 50,000 coaches and 8,000 locomotives. Railways were first introduced to India in 1853. In 1951 the systems were nationalised as one unit, becoming one of the largest networks in the world IR operates both long distance and suburban rail systems on a multi-gauge network of broad, metre and narrow gauges. Indian Railways is a department owned and controlled by the government of India.The headquarters of the Indian Railways in New Delhi.Indian Railways is divided into zones, which are further sub-divided into divisions. The number of zones in Indian Railways increased from six to eight in 1951, nine in 1952, and finally 16 in 2003. Each zonal railway is made up of a certain number of divisions, each having a divisional headquarters. There are a total of sixty-seven divisions. One can book railway travel tickets through Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Ltd. This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at rupindang [at] gmail [dot] com and email@example.com.
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?If you think that the neighbouring village is just an overnight journey away, you couldn?t be more mistaken,? says Manish Kumar, Program Manager of IndiaUnheard on the condition of rural transport in India. Manish spent his childhood in the hinterlands of Bihar and has travelled extensively through villages across India. ?Typically you will spend half a day waiting for the elusive bus to arrive and when it does, you will be crammed inside a dangerous rickety vehicle filled to tremendous overcapacity, fighting for every inch of space against hundreds of co-passengers, barely able to steal a breath. The rest of the journey will be over mud roads and potholes and after an eternity when you finally reach your destination you will thank your stars that you made it safely to the other side.? India has just observed the 23rd national road safety week from 1st to 7th of January 2012. With ?Accidents bring tears, Safety Brings Cheers? as the official slogan the Road Transport Ministry and the National Safety Commission held road safety campaigns across the nation. Mainstream newspapers picked up on the campaign and published in depth editorials and expert analysis on the science and practicalities of road safety. The focus was almost exclusively on urban transport. It is estimated that over four and half lakh people lose their lives in road accidents in India. But what most of the government and the mainstream media left out in their weeklong campaign was the fact that off the four and a half lakh unfortunate deaths the majority were causalities of rural transport. ?When a sizeable income for the nation comes from its villages, it is a shame that the government and the media are turning their backs on rural development,? says Manish. ?India is definitely heading towards becoming a country of cities like the rest of the world but as of today, India still resides in the villages. It is impossible to think of national development without thinking of connecting the villages to the national grid.? A survey in 2000 by the World Bank pointed out that over 300 million Indians lacked access to all-weather roads. A large part of 2.7 million kilometres of road in rural India were in poor condition. Keeping these figures in mind, the government initiated the ambitious Prime Minister?s National Rural Road Program and bankrolled it with over two billion dollars in an effort to develop road and transportation in Rural India. Under the program, previously unconnected villages would be evaluated and all-weather roads would be constructed. The workforce for this massive public undertaking would be sourced from the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act thus ensuring an inclusive process for the all round development of rural India. Even as the program moves towards completion, the monitoring of the process has left a lot to be desired. Mr. Jairam Ramesh, the Rural Development Minister of the country has been openly critical of the manner in which the rural roads are being constructed. In a recent press conference he described the roads as being constructed in one monsoon only to be washed out by the next. IndiaUnheard Community Correspondent Vipin Joshi from Bagheshwar, Uttarakhand has produced a video on a new road that crumbled within months of its construction and inauguration. ?The Chief Minister was arriving in the village for a visit and the local authorities got the road built in a hurry,? says Vipin, ?No sooner did the Chief Minister?s helicopter take off and the road came tumbling down. This very same situation has been repeated over the years.? Compounding the difficulties of rural travel are the private transport parties who capitalize on the shortcomings of public transport. They openly flout rules, regulations and guidelines putting the lives of the passengers who have been left with no other option, in great peril. IndiaUnheard Correspondent Shambhulal Khatik produced a video on the overloading of buses and trains in his area. Daily wage labourers in his village have to make a arduous daily commute to their places of work in or on top or even hanging dangerously on the sides of the overstuffed and bad maintained buses and trucks. ?The road passing through is a single-lane potholed strip of loose gravel that passes between a mountain and a deep ravine,? says Shambhu. ?Every day these buses move along the thin line between life and death and once or twice in a year, a small mistake will cause one to topple over resulting in tragedy. This has been going on for year and no change has been forthcoming.? Bhan Sahu, Community Correspondent from Ambagadh Chowki, Chhattisgarh speaks on a rarely discussed aspect of rural transport- the safety of women. ?The seats that are supposed to be reserved for women are hardly ever acknowledged. Stuff as many as you can, wherever you can is the motto of rural transport. People are treated like cattle,? says Bhan. ?Pregnant women are highly vulnerabl
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Battery operated rickshaws are running on the roads without registration number. When e-rickshaws first appeared in Delhi, few imagined that they would become a rage within a few months, and a part and parcel of the already-overcrowded roads. It was, however, their efficiency, low-operation cost, size and easy navigability that endeared them to their operators and the public alike. The operators love them because they cost just a fraction of what auto-rickshaws cost and are much cheaper to run. For the commuters, these provide a "shared" travel option in Delhi that costs much less than auto-rickshaws or cycle rickshaws. These battery-run vehicles with their zero emissions would, under normal circumstances, also have been the darling of environmentalists. Since these began operating in many New Delhi Municipal Council areas, they offered a large population of helpers and workers living in staff quarters with possibly their only mode of reasonable public transport. The "silent" transport revolution ushered in by these vehicles apart, there are no laws to govern them. They are motorised and so cannot be treated like cycle rickshaws under municipal laws. They also use less power and so cannot be governed under the Motor Vehicles Rules and remain out of the purview of the Traffic Police. Though the Delhi Government tried to regulate them through an order, it was struck down by courts. These battery-run vehicles therefore continue to run without any regulation. Perhaps that is why they continue to be a cheap mode of transport. Source: The Hindu This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of 50, 000+ hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Please subscribe to our channel wildfilmsindia on Youtube for a steady stream of videos from across India. Also, visit and enjoy your journey across India at www.clipahoy.com , India's first video-based social networking experience! Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and firstname.lastname@example.org
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1. TCI Global is now presents at Singapore, HongKong, China, Mauritius, Indonesia, Thailand, Brazil, Germany and Netherlands. 2. TCI Supply Chain Solutions awarded the 'Best 3PL Company 2009 for the third consecutive year' at Express Logistics & Supply Chain Conclave on 18th September in Mumbai. 3. Launch of Records Management Service - Click here for more information..... TCI is India's leading Multimodal Integrated Supply Chain Solutions Provider with a Global presence. With expertise developed over five decades, its customer centric approach and world class resources, TCI is equipped with an extensive set up of 1200 branch offices, a workforce of 6500, large satisfied customers based and a well performing script in premier stock exchanges as BSE and NSE.
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India has a road network of over 4,245,429 kilometers in 2012, the third largest road network in the world. Qualitatively India's roads are a mix of modern highways and narrow, unpaved roads, and are undergoing drastic improvement. As of 2008, 49 percent about 2.1 million kilometers -- of Indian roads were paved. The main roads in India are under huge pressure and in great need of modernization in order to handle the increased requirements of the Indian economy. In addition to maintenance, the expansion of the network and widening of existing roads is becoming increasingly important. This would then enable the roads to handle increased traffic, and also allow for a corresponding increase in the average movement speed on India's roads. The rate of new highway construction across India has accelerated in recent years. As of October 2011, the country was adding 11 kilometers of new highways, on average, every day. The expected pace of project initiations and completion suggests that India would add about 600 kilometers of modern highway per month, on average, through 2014. National Highway system of India consists of approximately 6,200 miles of four-lane highways that collect toll from users but do not have control of access and cannot be called expressways. Currently, a massive project is underway to expand the highway network and the Government of India plans to add an additional 11,580 miles of expressways to the network by the year 2022. These roads will be access-controlled roads and will feature between four and six lanes with 2,190 miles km to come up in the next three years. Massive Investment is being done in Transportation sector and infrastructure development in India. These are some of the newly built roads in various Parts of India India plans to spend approximately US$70 Billion by 2013 to modernize its highway network. As of December 2012, India had completed and placed in use over 19,200 kilometers of recently built 4 or 6-lane highways connecting many of its major manufacturing centers, commercial and cultural centers Some of the major projects that are being implemented include the National Highways Development Project, Yamuna Expressway and the KMP Expressway. According to 2009 estimates by Goldman Sachs, India will need to invest US$1.7 trillion on infrastructure projects before 2020 to meet its economic needs, a part of which would be in upgrading India's road network. The government of India is attempting to promote foreign investment in road projects by offering financial incentives. India's recent efforts to build modern highways and improve its road network have made a significant difference in trucking logistics. According to DHL, a global logistics company, the average time to truck shipments from New Delhi to Bengaluru (Bangalore), a 2000+ kilometer journey, had dropped in 2008, to about five days. By 2010, the average time to complete a road trip from New Delhi to Mumbai, a 1400+ kilometer journey, had dropped to about 35 hours. In a 2010 report, KPMG -- one of the world's largest audit and advisory services company -- noted marked improvements in Indian road network and logistics efficiencies in recent years. The report also identified the competitive challenges faced by India. The planned addition of over 12,000 kilometers of expressways in the next 10 years may help address some of such issues. The constraints and issues with Indian road network differ from one state to another. Some states, such as Gujarat, have remarkably better road network than others. In a 2011 report, The Economist called Gujurat the Guangdong of India, and with double digit growth rates, Gujarat continues to outpace growth in other Indian states. Beyond better road networks, The Economist article claims the state government of Gujarat has kept red tape to a minimum, does not ask for bribes, and does not interfere with entrepreneurial corporations. The state, the article claims has less onerous labour laws, reliable electricity and effective bureaucracy.
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Take a tour of Unusual Modes of Transportation -- part of the World's Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats. In a world steered by agile vehicles and brisk speeds, there remains a part unconcerned with the fast lane. Unknown to some and a part of life for others, a few unique forms of transportation are very much prevalent in today's society. Many prior colonies today have an immense variety of classic cars which have been well kept and are still functional. Tuk-tuks, found especially in some African and Asian countries, are extremely flamboyant motorized auto rickshaws of great use in places with high traffic. Reminiscent of royal times in Indian history, a very popular means of transportation is the painted and decorated elephant. In hot and arid deserts, where machines are unreliable, the most used transportation is the durable effective camel, aptly known as ''The kings of desert''. An older version of a plank boat; the reed boat was among the first kind of boat and still adorns the waters of many countries.
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Indian Motorbike can hold more people than european car! 6 people and 2 dogs also alot of bags! :-)
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BMTC - Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation. India's Top rated Transportation company under BJP ruled government. BJP karantaka has made BMTC the most widely used high tech services transportation in India. New buses, New systems, New Routes. BMTC got the Prime Ministerial Best Program award 2 times in last 3 years. Vajra, Vayu Vajra, Suvarna, BIG10, Pushpak, Parsaravahini, Atal Sarege, Volvo, Mercedez Benz, Multi axel Buses services in time.
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Twenty first century India, a country so complex, it is virtually impossible to depict effectively. The international media often portrays India through outmoded stereotyped clichés: corruption, slums, child labour, beggars, sacred cows, dope-smoking sadhus or its Super call centres. Boy are they wrong! So how do you portray this rapidly emerging economic powerhouse? Priyam is a 14-year-old girl of Canadian and Indian parentage. Born and raised in India, she is a perfect metaphor for modern India. Educated, aware of her heritage and steeped in her culture. Priyam takes the viewer through her village, Jejuri and explores both its progress and problems. In the microcosm of the village, we see reflected the macrocosm of modern India. Priyam looks forward to the potential and the challenges of the new century, her century, Indias century. duration: 52 minutes Produced by: Laurence Castle Productions Adelaide, Australia and Pune, India Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org www.ajanta.info
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