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Danger ahead
?Nitin Gadkari has expressed optimism that the
significant amendments made to the Motor Vehicles
Act have begun reducing the terrible death toll due
to accidents on India’ s roads.
?Data on those who lose their lives or are
incapacitated do not reflect a marked decline.
?A chronic malaise such as deadly road accidents
begets only token measures.
?Motor Vehicles law does have more muscle.
?Scientific road system
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Danger ahead
?Nitin Gadkari has expressed optimism that the
significant amendments made to the Motor Vehicles
Act have begun reducing the terrible death toll due
to accidents on India’ s roads.
?Data on those who lose their lives or are
incapacitated do not reflect a marked decline.
?A chronic malaise such as deadly road accidents
begets only token measures.
?Motor Vehicles law does have more muscle.
?Scientific road system
?A key mechanism of change are District Road
Safety Committees, which were enabled even by
the 1988Act, but remain obscure.
?Make the Collector, local body and police
accountable.
?Making dashboard cameras mandatory, with the
video evidence accepted in investigation, would
protect rule-abiding motorists and aid
enforcement.
?In the absence of good hospitals and cashless free
treatment, no significant improvement is possible
in the quest to save life and limb.
Page 3


Danger ahead
?Nitin Gadkari has expressed optimism that the
significant amendments made to the Motor Vehicles
Act have begun reducing the terrible death toll due
to accidents on India’ s roads.
?Data on those who lose their lives or are
incapacitated do not reflect a marked decline.
?A chronic malaise such as deadly road accidents
begets only token measures.
?Motor Vehicles law does have more muscle.
?Scientific road system
?A key mechanism of change are District Road
Safety Committees, which were enabled even by
the 1988Act, but remain obscure.
?Make the Collector, local body and police
accountable.
?Making dashboard cameras mandatory, with the
video evidence accepted in investigation, would
protect rule-abiding motorists and aid
enforcement.
?In the absence of good hospitals and cashless free
treatment, no significant improvement is possible
in the quest to save life and limb.
Fighting COVID-19 together for a shared future
?COVID-19 outbreak is a major public health
emergency
?President Xi Jinping has personally taken charge of
the nationwide response.
?On March 10, President Xi went to Wuhan, the
capital city of Hubei Province and the epicentre of the
epidemic, to inspect prevention and control work
there.
?He paid respects to the front-line workers and local
residents.
?This has greatly encouraged and inspired the people
of Wuhan and the whole nation.
Page 4


Danger ahead
?Nitin Gadkari has expressed optimism that the
significant amendments made to the Motor Vehicles
Act have begun reducing the terrible death toll due
to accidents on India’ s roads.
?Data on those who lose their lives or are
incapacitated do not reflect a marked decline.
?A chronic malaise such as deadly road accidents
begets only token measures.
?Motor Vehicles law does have more muscle.
?Scientific road system
?A key mechanism of change are District Road
Safety Committees, which were enabled even by
the 1988Act, but remain obscure.
?Make the Collector, local body and police
accountable.
?Making dashboard cameras mandatory, with the
video evidence accepted in investigation, would
protect rule-abiding motorists and aid
enforcement.
?In the absence of good hospitals and cashless free
treatment, no significant improvement is possible
in the quest to save life and limb.
Fighting COVID-19 together for a shared future
?COVID-19 outbreak is a major public health
emergency
?President Xi Jinping has personally taken charge of
the nationwide response.
?On March 10, President Xi went to Wuhan, the
capital city of Hubei Province and the epicentre of the
epidemic, to inspect prevention and control work
there.
?He paid respects to the front-line workers and local
residents.
?This has greatly encouraged and inspired the people
of Wuhan and the whole nation.
1. Formulated timely strategies for epidemic prevention and control
2. Strengthened a unified command and response in Wuhan and Hubei
3. Coordinated the prevention and control work in other regions
4. Strengthened scientific research, emergency medical and daily
necessity supplies
5. Effectively maintained social stability
6. Strengthened public education
7. Actively engaged in international cooperation
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Danger ahead
?Nitin Gadkari has expressed optimism that the
significant amendments made to the Motor Vehicles
Act have begun reducing the terrible death toll due
to accidents on India’ s roads.
?Data on those who lose their lives or are
incapacitated do not reflect a marked decline.
?A chronic malaise such as deadly road accidents
begets only token measures.
?Motor Vehicles law does have more muscle.
?Scientific road system
?A key mechanism of change are District Road
Safety Committees, which were enabled even by
the 1988Act, but remain obscure.
?Make the Collector, local body and police
accountable.
?Making dashboard cameras mandatory, with the
video evidence accepted in investigation, would
protect rule-abiding motorists and aid
enforcement.
?In the absence of good hospitals and cashless free
treatment, no significant improvement is possible
in the quest to save life and limb.
Fighting COVID-19 together for a shared future
?COVID-19 outbreak is a major public health
emergency
?President Xi Jinping has personally taken charge of
the nationwide response.
?On March 10, President Xi went to Wuhan, the
capital city of Hubei Province and the epicentre of the
epidemic, to inspect prevention and control work
there.
?He paid respects to the front-line workers and local
residents.
?This has greatly encouraged and inspired the people
of Wuhan and the whole nation.
1. Formulated timely strategies for epidemic prevention and control
2. Strengthened a unified command and response in Wuhan and Hubei
3. Coordinated the prevention and control work in other regions
4. Strengthened scientific research, emergency medical and daily
necessity supplies
5. Effectively maintained social stability
6. Strengthened public education
7. Actively engaged in international cooperation
?The bigger the difficulties and challenges China
faces, the more cohesion and fighting spirit the
Chinese nation demonstrates.
?The UN Secretary-General, António Guterres,
described Chi na’ s sacrifice in fighting and
containing the spread of COVID-19 as a great
contribution to all mankind.
?China and India have maintained close
communication and cooperation on epidemic
prevention and control.
?We appreciate the medical supplies provided by
India and have helped facilitate the safe return of
Indian nationals in Hubei.
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