Nabeel A Khan

  • Highlights of Budget2014:  FDI in Defence hiked to 49%

    Highlights of Budget2014: FDI in Defence hiked to 49%

    In his maiden general budget, Union Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley announced increasing of Foreign Direct Investment in the defence sector to 49% from current 26%, while keeping the control remain in the hands of Indian management.

    Why diesel cars’ demand is falling?

    Why diesel cars’ demand is falling?

    The government’s move to gradually deregulate diesel prices is expected to substantially reduce the share of diesel vehicles in total sales of passenger cars and force automakers to scout for other markets to make full use of their capacity.

    Vehicles May Cost More as They Lose Excise Edge

    Vehicles May Cost More as They Lose Excise Edge

    Vehicle prices are likely to increase from July 1, as the excise cut on automobiles announced by the previous government to spur demand is expiring on June 30. It is likely that the government will return to the previous excise duty structure. That will increase the price of utility vehicles by as much as 6% and cars and bikes by 4.5-5.0%.

    Top 10 cars exported  from India in FY14

    Top 10 cars exported from India in FY14

    Hyundai Motor India exported fewer i10s in FY14 but the compact hatchback still retained its ranking as the most-exported made-in-India car at 109,074 units. Volkswagen sedan Vento broke into the top 10, rising to sixth place from 16 as exports of the model shot up almost threefold to 32,017

    New BMW X5 offers more features at lesser price than its predecessor

    New BMW X5 offers more features at lesser price than its predecessor

    German luxury carmaker BMW Group Thursday launched third genration of its sports utility vehicle (SUV) X5 xDrive30d at Rs 70.90 lakh ex-showroom in India. The car is cheaper by Rs 10 lakh compared to its predecessor as it will be rolled out of company's Chennai plant.

    Ambassador's future very bleak says, Murad Ali Baig

    Ambassador's future very bleak says, Murad Ali Baig

    The Amby was also heavy, sluggish and a fuel guzzler despite getting new modern engines. It continued to be popular with Government officers and a few lovers of antiques but young buyers wanted modern cars that were sleeker, quicker, more comfortable reliable and economical to run. It was not expensive but despite all efforts the sales had slipped to less than 200 a month that made production unviable

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