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  • Road Accidents Essay

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    Road Accidents Road Accidents   As we all know the number of incidents of occurring road accidents are increasing in an alarming rate. Not a single day passes off these days without the news of road accidents claiming lives of the people. Today road traffic injuries are one of the leading causes of deaths, disabilities and hospitalizations with severe socioeconomic costs across the world.  Every 30 second someone is killed in a road accident. Road transport deserves a high priority as

  • Road Accident Essay

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    Road accident is a global tragedy with ever-raising trend. In Malaysia, it represents a major public problem because of the high number of victims involved and also the seriousness of the consequences for the victim themselves and to their families as well. Accidents are generally classified as single vehicle accidents in which the vehicle is either colliding with fixed objects or with pedestrians or the vehicle may fall in a ditch and multiple vehicle accidents in which two or more than two vehicle

  • Road Accidents Essay

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    Road Accidents We come across road accidents quite often and therefore are quite accustomed to them. Motor accidents resulting in serious injuries and often loss of life hardly rates a small back-page news report except to the relatives of those involved, whose lives may be shattered. No solution of the problem can help these individuals. There is indeed no cure, so there must be prevention, on the alarming increase in accidents. The accident rate goes up roughly in proportion to the increase

  • Road Accidents Essay

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    Drunken behaviour by commercial drivers is synonymous with road accidents in developed and developing countries. According to the world health organization (WHO) statistics, 75% of deaths resulted from traffic accidents occur in developing countries, although they own only 32% of the motor vehicles in the world. Indeed, it has been demonstrated over the decades that driving a vehicle after drinking alcohol is a major cause of road traffic accidents (Borkenstein et al., 1974; Krüger et al., 1995; Noordzij

  • Road Accident Essay

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    Road Accident Road accidents today are very common. Every day we listen to some bus colliding with another, falling in the river or crushing the pedestrians. The reasons for this are heavy traffic, congested or badly maintained roads, the violation of traffic rules, over-loading the vehicles. In the towns and cities, there is no speed limit. Drivers often try to overtake or even rush on the zebra-crossing and intersections. They ignore the red signal or traffic policemen’s warning. They also try

  • Road Accident Essay

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    The accident involved a school bus carrying students of the Millat Grammar School (located in Millat Town,Faisalabad) who were returning back to the city after a school excursion and picnic at Islamabad and Murrevia Kallar Kahar and the Khewra Salt Mines (also part of the school trip).[1][2][3] While travelling along the M2 motorway, the bus skidded due to mechanical brakefailure and fell into a ravine. As many as 37 people died in the disaster and at least 70 were critically injured.[1] According

  • Road Accident Essay

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    Roman-Dutch law Introduced when the Dutch took control of the island from the Portuguese in the 17th century, Roman-Dutch law is the foundation of Sri Lanka’s common law, applicable where statute and traditional laws do not regulate any matter. The only other country which makes substantial use of Roman-Dutch law is South Africa, and South African judgements are generally of persuasive authority in Sri Lanka. While Roman Dutch law ceased to be applied in the Netherlands proper as early as

  • Road Accidents Essay

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  • Causes of Road Accidents Essay

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    time by every means even if their health suffers. This can be mostly seen on roads in morning time when people are rushing to their offices. At that time people break traffic signals quite often and this leads to severe accidents. Breaking signal although is illegal throughout the world but still it is practiced in many places. People may also overtake another car where overtaking is prohibited due to narrowness of road or two way traffic. Similarly if you are driving a car or any vehicle and while

  • Accident on Our Road Essay

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    35. Milk is often called a perfect food because it…………………………………………………… (A) contains all the essential food values (B) contains second class protein and fat (C) is in liquid form (D) contain very little vitamin B 36. Beverages are important in the diet for the following except……………………………………... (A) supplying heat in the diet (B) nourishing the body (C) adding variety (D) relieving pain 37. Which of the following nutrients accounts for about two thirds of the body weight? (A) minerals (B)

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