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Support for roadways employees' protest: After mass casual leave, Haryana govt staffers to go on 2-day strike

The roadways’ employees strike completed 13 days on Sunday. The strike is against hiring of 720 buses by the state government for Haryana Roadways fleet on kilometre basis.

Himachal Road Transport Corporation employees go on a two day strike

Over 8000 employees went on strike demanding pension benefits and other issues.

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Himachal’s green measures: HRTC buses, govt vehicles with 9-yr lifespan to be off roads from next year

The government also announced abolition of registration fee on hybrid vehicles, including electric, battery- and CNG-operated buses and other vehicles.

Bus accident in Chamba kills at least 10

The bus was on its way to Killar from Chamba and had left Chamba at 5 am in morning.

Himachal Pradesh to go in for 100 electric buses, HRTC submits project to centre

The electric buses offer multiple advantages over conventional internal combustion engine buses in terms of higher torque to power ratio.

Day after, HRTC says bus driver not at fault, police say it’s not clear yet

Bus driver remanded in judicial custody; NRI couple’s daughter out of danger, but she is still in ICU.

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Palampur bus mishap toll 35,five in hospital

The toll in the bus accident near Malli village on the Palampur-Ashapuri road rose to 35,with authorities recovering 19 more bodies on Tuesday,police said.

HRTC employees call off strike

The Himachal Pradesh High Court on Monday directed the Himachal Road Transport Corporation employees union to desist from striking work and make an attempt to sort out its issues with the government without inconveniencing the passengers.

HRTC employees’ strike: Transport service crippled on 2,400 routes

Public transport service in Himachal Pradesh was crippled on Tuesday as state-run Himachal Pradesh Road Transport Corporation employees went on a 24-hour strike creating hardship for commuters,besides tourists in the state.

Alarmed over woman’s death,HC seeks accident record of last 2 years

Alarmed over the death of a woman - who was allegedly run over by a speeding bus that was attempting to overtake another near the high court - a division bench on Tuesday sought records of all accidents that have occurred during the last two years and directed the Managing Director,HRTC,Superintendents of Police and the Regional Transport Officers of all districts to file separate affidavits in this regard.

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