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  1. Japanese companies Honda, Yamaha, and Suzuki have increased their market share against low-cost Chinese motorcycles
  2. Federal Ombudsperson for Protection against Harassment of Women at the Workplaces Kashmala Tariq's husband detained after Srinagar Highway accident
  3. Several riders in Karachi are killed and injured because of illegal racing, rescue officials say
  4. Rescue worker Mana Srivate said he had never performed CPR on an animal before during his 26-year career
  5. Indians are one of the most ‘Jugaadu’ people in the world and here is the perfect example of the same. Recently, a class 10 boy from Chandigarh has managed to make his motorbike with just scrap material. © Twitter/ANI The motorcycle made by Gaurav runs on petrol and can cover 80Km on just one liter of fuel. Also, this is not Gaurav’s first attempt in creating a vehicle from scratch. In an interview with ANI, he revealed that three years ago, he created an electric bike from scrap material. He also expressed as to how it was only for speed issues that he converted the bike to petrol. Just looking at the motorcycle, one can judge that Gaurav has managed to put together parts from various other vehicles. The front fork tires are made from a bicycle and the rear half seems from some other motorcycle. He has also put in rearview mirror and lights on the motorcycle. © Twitter/ANI We are not sure if the bike can do speedy rounds on the road but the bike is getting famous on the internet. People have been praising Gaurav for his extraordinary efforts as a class tenth student was able to come up with a vehicle of his own. There are also major safety concerns associated with self-built vehicles. But the fact that he was able to build a bike is praise-worthy. View the full article
  6. The Lazareth LMV 496, at first, looks essentially like a motorcycle. Okay, maybe an over-the-top 'mean-machine with four wheels' kind of motorcycle. But when it's pulled up on side of the road and starts soaring, that's when you realize that it's an unusual motorised creation. The Lazareth LMV 496, dubbed La Moto Volante, is a brainchild of designer & French custom automotive builder Ludovic Lazareth and his team. Before we dive into the details, let's take a moment to appreciate it - © Lazareth The Moto Volante rides much like a regular motorcycle on the road. However, it can be transformed into a jet-powered quadricopter with just a push of a button. It takes just about a minute for the jet mounts in the wheels to warm up and tilt 90-degrees. The bike will then take off, hovering off the ground. Each wheel of the bike is also mounted with a parachute for emergency purpose. The bike is apparently built around a beastly 470bhp engine, and it uses jet turbines to propel itself into the air. “It's a crazy commitment with the whole team,” said the company in a statement, and we totally get it. This thing is freaking awesome. The Moto Volante is said to appear at Gitex electronics trade show in Dubai later this year, and that's where the interested buyers can pre-order it for an expected price of around £424,000.
  7. Asking for dowry is an offensive crime in India, yet almost every other day, we hear stories of women getting harassed for refusing to give dowry. Despite living in the 21st century, people continue to give in to the archaic practice of demanding dowry from the bride's family. While most people succumb to the pressure, there are some who bravely fight for what's right and teach a lesson to those who demand dowry. This is one such instance from Lucknow, where a bride's family members, reportedly, partially shaved the head of the groom, his father and brother. Facebook (for representation) According to the bride's family, the groom's family started making demands five days prior to the wedding and continued to increase the demands every day. According to a report in NDTV, the groom's grandmother said, "They made these demands five days before the wedding. He refused to marry the girl after we said we can't meet his demands. Don't know who tonsured his head." Lucknow: Groom's head tonsured allegedly because he refused to marry the bride, demanding motorcycle&gold chain y'day;bride's grandmother says, "they made these demands 5 days before wedding. He refused to marry after we said we can't fulfil them.Don't know who tonsured his head" pic.twitter.com/VVAkUtnTi7 — ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) October 22, 2018 The groom demanded a motorcycle, but when he got one, he didn't like the brand and asked for something else. He then demanded a gold necklace on the wedding day and refused to marry the girl until he got it. People on social media are lauding the bride's family for their brave stance and said that the guy deserved this for demanding dowry. Glad the girl's side did not bend over backwards to fulfil ll those demands. It would have been a life long ordeal for her, and her family. a ready ATM that fulfils demands. else, she would have ended up burnt alive. https://t.co/Mt0ysyqWtz — Harini Calamur (@calamur) October 22, 2018 Jisne bhi Kiya, acha Kiya. Ab dalo sab ko jail me under dowry act @Uppolice https://t.co/UwjcR6zVwl — Vasu Srivastava (@obitothetobi) October 22, 2018 serves him rightð — soniya (@swapnadhadas) October 22, 2018 मà¥à¤¸à¥à¤à¥à¤°à¤¾à¤à¤ à¤à¤ª लà¤à¤¨à¤ मà¥à¤ हà¥à¤à¥¤ (Looool sorry) https://t.co/EOnI8rGWY5 — fake b anvi (@vivacioussouls) October 22, 2018
  8. The first time we ever heard about a Harley Davidson electric motorcycle was way back in 2014 and since then it has been anticipated to debut soon. The project was dubbed as 'Project LiveWire' and has since got some design changes and will be one of the very few electric bikes to launch next year. © Harley Davidson The news comes from Harley-Davidson's future strategy to inspire the next generation of bikers. "The LiveWire will be the first bike that will have a no-clutch 'twist and go' system which has been designed to establish the company as the leader in the electrification of the sport," wrote the company in a press release. Of course, the images released by Harley Davidson is only a prototype and is not for sale yet. © Harley Davidson Since it is a prototype, it may undergo a few changes and have different features on the final outcome. The company is also working on two other electric bike models — one resembles a dirt-bike while the other looks more like a city commuter version. Both electric versions of the bike are expected to launch sometime in 2022. © Harley Davidson The company will continue to work on traditional non-electric bikes and the company plans to launch its first adventure touring model called the “the Pan America 1250” in 2020. The company will also be looking to launch a 975cc StreetFighter model for 2020. It seems like Harley Davidson has been busy with updating its current lineup as a "stripped down” styled motorcycle is also expected to launch by 2021 that will have 1250cc of power.
  9. Answering the most-frequently question first: Can I wear casual sneakers for my next motorcycle ride? The answer, well... is a big, big no. And let's inform you: it's in your best interest. Riding a motorcycle — an activity that's therapeutic for a lot of men — is a process that involves the highways, small lanes, bumpy roads and well, a lot other fellow riders around. Meaning: you rather be safe than sorry, you know? And to find a way around this avoidable apology, is the right footwear. Shoes, that lock your feet in right, offer a lot of comfort and bear enough protection for any uncalled-for circumstances. Now you'd ask: "I'm headed to work, I can't wear motorcycle boots and head into a meeting." Well, in that case, carry a change of footwear, we'd say. Because safety is a more important aspect, sir. Here's a list of 3 footwear styles to wear for a safe motorcycle ride: 1. Leather Riding Boots © Amazon India For starters, buying a staple pair of motorcycle riding boots is imperative. They possess skid-proof soles, moulded toe shifters and a lot of inbuilt padding for comfort. Plus, they're made of water/weather-proof leather and keep any sharp objects away from piercing in. There's extra heel protection, stiffener and enough cushioning too, so that you're at ease while riding. Buy it here 2. Moto Shoes © Amazon India If you're eyeing a good hybrid between sneakers and the safety of motorcycle boots, moto shoes are for you. They look easy, are even easier to slip into and are re-inforced with protection from the heat of the bike and any sort of accidental movement on the roads. Plus, they'd also look good with jeans! Buy it here 3. Riding Shoes (Not 'Boots') © Amazon India Much like riding boots (which though, are quite clunky), riding shoes too, come with water-resistant leather and heavy-duty canvas. It features heel cups and toe caps for a safe riding experience and rubber soles with re-inforced shank for comfort. Ankle guards too, come as part of the deal! Buy it here
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  11. Geo.tv/FilesLAHORE: At least two people were killed Thursday night in a traffic accident here near the Hanjarwal area, Geo News reported, citing rescue authorities and police.The accident occurred when a speeding tractor-trolley ploughed into a...
  12. KARACHI: At least one woman was killed in a traffic accident Wednesday night on Natha Khan bridge here on the city's Shahrah-e-Faisal, Geo News reported citing rescue and security authorities.The woman died shortly after a dumper truck rammed into...
  13. File PhotoQUETTA: Geo News obtained Sunday night the closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage of a robbing incident here on the city's Shaboo Road earlier in the day.The video shows a dacoit mugging a citizen by holding him at gunpoint and escaping...
  14. LAHORE: One person died in a traffic crash Wednesday night on the Ferozepur Road, Geo News reported, citing rescue officials.Emergency response personnel said the man was killed when a semi-trailer truck rammed into his motorcycle on the Ferozepur...
  15. Photo: File Pakistani actor Sohai Ali Abro has said her upcoming film Motorcycle Girl aims to empower more women to ride motorcycles. ?The idea behind the film is to make it okay for women to ride motorcycles on the streets of Pakistan and get rid of the notion that it is something abnormal,? Sohai said during her appearance on Geo Pakistan. The actor lamented that when women are seen riding motorcycles in Pakistan it?s seen as abnormal and people take pictures of them and post them on social media. ?It shouldn?t be this way,? she asserted. Sohai who learnt to ride a motorcycle especially for the role further recalled that she started off with learning how to ride a bicycle. ?I was born in 1993 so in my time we had scooties and I didn?t even know to ride a bicycle forget a motorcycle,? she said. But Sohai learnt it well and fast through training from Women on Wheels. ?The director and I were scared that I might be involved in an accident, however, it went pretty smoothly.? ?There was only this one incident in which I gave too much race and the motorcycle went over rocks but I gained control and didn?t fall of,? she added. Discussing that the film is based on Zenith Irfan, who is believed to be the first Pakistani woman to take a solo bike trip through the country's north, Sohai said, ?It was her father?s dream to ride his motorcycle from Lahore to Khunjerab.? The actor added that Zenith lost her father when she was 11 months old and growing up she used to question her mother regarding her father?s unfulfilled dreams so she could fulfil them. The film revolves around an independent and strong-willed girl who is constantly breaking stereotypes. Further, she said that as a person she?s ?very different from the character so it was a challenge.? She said, ?I am very loud as a person and the character is very quiet.? However, Sohai dismissed that the movie is a serious documentary and said, ?It has a lot of comedy.? The actor who gave stellar performances in two of 2015?s biggest blockbusters Wrong No and Jawani Phir Nahi Ani (JPNA) explained that she took a break from the screen as she didn?t find any script offered to her at the time compelling. ?I just felt that as an actor the kind of work I was getting was stereotyping me into the role of a patakha larki. I wanted to do something intense and substantial,? Sohai said. She added that she met Adnan Sarwar at a social event and when he discussed he was making a new film she immediately said she wanted to be a part of it as she ?was a huge fan of his Shah.? Motorcycle Girl will release in cinemas across Pakistan on April 20. It is written by Adnan Sarwar, whose first feature film Shah was based on the story of Pakistani Olympian Syed Hussain Shah.
  16. Women participants of Women on Wheels (WOW) raise their helmets at the start of a rally launching the Women on Wheels campaign in Lahore on July 13, 2016. Photo: AFP/file LAHORE: The Chief Minister?s Strategic Reforms Unit has launched its much-awaited programme by the name of ?Women on Wheels: Motorbike Subsidy Scheme?, as Phase II of its Women-on-Wheels project. The campaign has been launched in collaboration with the transport department and Bank of Punjab. It aims to provide more than 3,000 customised motorcycles at subsidised rates through a 100 percent transparent balloting process. It aims to provide women in Punjab, more than 3,000 customised motorcycles at subsidised rates through a 100 percent transparent balloting process. Candidates can apply for the campaign starting from January 22 until the deadline of February 25. In this regard, Salman Sufi, director general, Strategic Reforms Unit, said the campaign is solely geared towards the Punjab chief minister?s promise to deliver women?s empowerment, to serve as a powerful counter-narrative at a time when bigotry and attacks on women have dominated headlines in the country. SRU (Strategic Reforms Unit) introduced the Women-on-Wheels initiative in collaboration with the respective City Traffic Police and district governments in November 2015 to empower women through provision of free motorcycle training. The campaign has been launched in Lahore, Multan, Faisalabad, Rawalpindi and Sargodha where it has trained over 3,000 women and continues to train further candidates. To avail subsidised motorcycles, eligible women must be between the age of 18-40, must possess a valid learner?s licence or actual licence. All relevant documentation including passport-sized photograph, valid CNIC, Punjab domicile certificate, Secondary School/Matriculation Certificate, and in case of a student, an affidavit stating that maximum income does not exceed Rs30,000 along with Rs3000 non-refundable application fee needs to be submitted to BoP branches. The Punjab government will be providing equity subsidy of Rs24,975 and 100% markup on the motorcycle. The applicant will make down payment worth of Rs27,000 and payment in 12 easy instalments of Rs1,856 monthly. Women interested in availing the training can visit any of SRU and Punjab Traffic Police training centres. The ultimate aim of the WoW campaign is to promote mobility of women in Punjab and empower them to become independent individuals.
  17. File Motorcycle crashes are much more likely to cause severe injuries, fatalities and extensive medical costs than car accidents, a Canadian study suggests. While plenty of previous research has documented the potential for motorcycle collisions to lead to far more extensive injuries than car crashes, the current study offers fresh evidence of the financial toll, researchers write online November 20 in CMAJ. Researchers examined data on 26,831 patients injured in motorcycle crashes and 281,826 hurt in car accidents. Overall, the injury rate for motorcycle crashes was three times the injury rate for car crashes, the study found. Severe injuries were 10 times more likely with motorcycle crashes. Motorcycle crashes, meanwhile, cost about twice as much as car accidents to treat over the first two years after the collisions. The average cost with motorcycle crashes was about US$4,569 compared with about US$2,349 for car accidents. ?We have shown that (accidents involving) motorcycles are considerably more dangerous and costly than (those involving) cars, and it is likely that will always be the case,? said lead study author Dr Daniel Pincus of Sunnybrook Hospital and the University of Toronto. ?The study matters because despite considerable improvements in motor vehicle safety over the last 20 years, mortality and morbidity attributed to motorcycle trauma has remained stable or increased,? Pincus said by email. ?Estimating the medical costs of care for motorcycle crashes may provide an additional incentive to improve safety.? Pincus and colleagues looked at medical records for Ontario residents who were treated in emergency departments or admitted to the hospital after car or motorcycle crashes between 2007 and 2013. To evaluate the medical costs of crash injuries, researchers examined compared costs of treating accident victims to a control group of otherwise similar individuals in Ontario who were not in collisions. The annual injury rate for motorcycles was 2,194 people out of every 100,000 registered owners, compared with 718 people out of every 100,000 registered car owners, the study found. With costs roughly doubled and injury rates roughly three times higher with motorcycles than with cars, researchers estimated that the total health costs of injuries was about six times higher for motorcycle owners than for car owners. The study wasn?t a controlled experiment designed to prove whether or how motorcycle crashes might cause worse injuries or higher medical costs than car crashes. Researchers also lacked data on costs covered by private health insurance or indirect costs such as lost wages or reduced productivity incurred by individual patients. Even so, the findings add to the evidence linking motorcycle crashes to a higher risk of injuries, said Dr Lois Lee, an emergency medicine physician at Boston Children?s Hospital and researcher at Harvard Medical School who wasn?t involved in the study. Because motorcyclists are much more exposed on the road, there?s a much higher risk that crashes will result in injuries to the thorax, abdominal area, head and extremities, Lee said. Helmets help prevent head injuries but don?t protect the rest of the body. ?Motorcyclists should understand the increased dangers associated with riding a motorcycle and that the risk of serious injury and medical costs are significantly increased compared with riding inside an automobile involved in a motor vehicle crash,? Lee said by email. ?To try to mitigate head injuries, motorcyclists should wear a helmet and follow the posted speed limit.?
  18. KARACHI: A woman was killed in the wee hours of Thursday when a truck collided with a motorcycle near Karimabad. The truck driver was reported to have fled the scene, while an angry mob lit the truck on fire. According to police, the accident was caused due to overspeeding by the truck driver. The speeding truck ran over the motorcycle, killing 28-year-old Kiran on the spot. Fire brigade reached the scene and doused the fire started by the mob. Police said they will track down the truck driver through information from CPLC and will arrest the perpetrator soon.
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