Medical Statistics

One of the 3 delays identified for death during injury is the delay in reaching an appropriate health care facility, due to lack of affordable and accessible emergency transport


In 2008, the country witnessed 485,000 road accidents in which 120,000 people lost their lives


Trauma has become the leading cause of death in India with Stroke, Wounds and Bone injury cases as the principle reasons of fatality


3 million cardio deaths today up from 1.2 million in 1990 & 25% of total deaths in India are from CVD


Crime Statistics

Delhi witnessed an upward trend in crime graph for the third consecutive year in 2011 as it registered a 4% increase compared to the previous year


A murder is committed every 16 hours In New Delhi


An attempt to murder a person takes place every 23 hours


567 registered cases of robbery and intrusion


2,708 PCR calls for rescue from senior citizens


Fire Statistics

Delhi Fire Service received over 22,400 emergency calls in the year 2011-2012 with 210 calls received on Diwali alone


Around 8,846 people were injured in fire incidents from the period 2006-2010


1904 people were killed in the fire incidents in the same period


The Uphaar Cinema fire, one of the worst fire tragedies in Delhi, killed 59 people with 103 injured. Blog

22nd Nov. 2013, Hindustan Times- Mumbai, HT Navi Mumbai Page-I,

GPS will allow commuters and the depot track buses, gauge delays because of traffic jams

GPS Tracking- Though a very good initiative by NMMT but hope unlike other announcements routinely made by ministries & govt depts., this should not get stuck in red tapism. Such moves encourage usage of public transport as well as instill sense of safety & security among citizens. CCTV's in buses also helps in checking molestations, pic pocketing etc. GPS tracking will not only help users but will also check irresponsible & reckless drivers in over speeding, idling of vehicles, deviations of routes etc. With such initiatives, we can hope for safer commuting experience to some extent.

Mumbai: NMMT to make your commute safer with GPS, CCTVs on buses in an attempt to make commuting in the city safer, the Navi Mumbai Municipal Transport (NMMT) has planned to install global positioning system (GPS) in all buses run by it.

According to the transport body's plan, buses under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal mission (JNNURM) will all be revamped and fitted with GPS.

"We are in talks with the contractor so that GPS can be installed in the buses at the earliest," said an official from transport department.

In fact, besides being able to track bus the GPS will also let commuters know about the traffic conditions and delays in schedules. The system will also help the depot keep track of buses.

The Centre, too, had in January suggested that all public buses across cities install CCTV cameras. Among other recommendation made by the Union urban development ministry was the installation of GPS or GPRS in public transport buses. "GPS/GPRS and CCTVs are important security features that are being considered for all public transport vehicles in the light of recent incident," the ministry said in a January 14 directive to state governments.

"The initiative to fit buses with CCTV cameras will surely help improve the safety situation. It will also benefit commuters by saving them time as very often we end up waiting for hours because of traffic jams that were are unaware of; a GPS will be helpful in that condition," said Vinay Chavan, a regular bus commuter.

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