Challan Current Affairs, GK & News
Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik has recently launched the new e-challan system and the e-payment gateway for the use of Delhi Traffic Police. The E-challan devices are enabled with active GPS where the challaning officer and the violator, both can be logged and tracked to a particular geo-location. This is an important tool for evidence ..
Topics: Amulya Patnaik • Challan • Delhi • E-commerce in India • Gateway • Government of Andhra Pradesh • Government of India • Government of Tamil Nadu • India • Payment gateway • Road transport in India • States and union territories of India
The Gujarat government has decided to equip the traffic police with ‘laser guns’ for detection of over-speeding by vehicles. The state traffic police has purchased 39 such high-tech guns at a cost of Rs.3.9 crore. The gun uses laser technology to detect the speed of a vehicle. It can record speed of three vehicles simultaneously ..
Chandigarh becomes North India’s first city to install digital automatic speed gun cameras for traffic management
Chandigarh has become the North India’s first city to install digital automatic speed gun cameras for traffic management. The high-tech speed cameras are equipped with night vision technology and will record the speed of oncoming traffic, helping Chandigarh Police to issue challans to anyone driving above the city speed limits. Not only this, the advanced ..
Topics: Applications of computer vision • Challan • Land transport • Radar gun • Road safety • Road traffic management • Road Transport • Speed limit • Street furniture • Traffic enforcement camera • Traffic law • Transport
Indian Govt is contriving to overhaul its “e-Governance program MCA21” Objective of Overhauling of MCA21: To check corporate frauds. Work has been started by the MCA on the fresh version of the program. Key IT companies such as Infosys, TCS and Wipro are anticipated to contend for the mega project. The push is on revamping ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2012
OLTAS refers to On-line Tax Accounting System (OLTAS) for Direct Taxes. Please note that direct taxes include the Income Tax and Corporate Taxes, which are directly levied from the concerned people and organizations. Background OLTAS was introduced in April, 2004 for collection, accounting and reporting of the receipts and payments of Direct Taxes on-line through ..
Topics: Challan • E-commerce in India • Economy • Government of Andhra Pradesh • Government of Tamil Nadu • Income tax in India • Income tax in the United States • Money • Pay-as-you-earn tax • Road transport in India • Tax • Value-added tax