Suzuki Motor may soon start testing its electric scooter in India
"We will respect the government policy. We will make some prototypes. But there is no infrastructure — the charging system, battery station,” said Satoshi Uchida, the managing director of Suzuki Motorcycle India. When the company eventually launches its electric two-wheelers in India, it stands to benefit from the EV infrastructure of Maruti Suzuki.
Bajaj brings back iconic 'Chetak' in new avatar
Chetak's launch marks Bajaj Auto's foray into the electric two-wheeler segment. Its managing ...
How to revive brands
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The Indian seafarer who lived a 'Life of Pi' like adventure
The Golden Globe Race of 2018 was a celebration and tribute to the original race of 1968.
Scooter's back, with new hero on road
Slowing rural demand after two rain deficit years might be weighing down Splendor's sales but Honda says there is more to these results than El Nino.
Independence Day Special: How Bajaj scooters gave Indian middle-class its first two-wheeler
In the late 80s the only thing tougher to get than a Bajaj Chetak was a telephone connection.
Anand Mahindra in awe of low-cost tractor, wants to finance innovators through 'Mahindra Garage'
Mahindra Group Chairman suggested a systematic way of helping such innovators.
Hamara Bajaj? Hopes of Chetak comeback prop up firm's stock
Bajaj shares were driven by hopes that it will introduce Chetak. Bajaj has lost market share to TVS Motors due to lack of a scooter offering.
Scooters make a strong comeback, new bunch looks lithe, sporty and swish
There was a time when scooters were seen as not macho enough. But millennials, says V Sunil, director at ad agency Wieden & Kennedy India, are not hung up on image issues.
How the Indian economy changed in 1991-2011
1971 was Socialist India. 2011 is India, still with many problems, a flourishing market economy.
Bajaj takes a dig at Hero's Passion & Splendor in its latest advertisement for Discover 125
Analysts say Hero is grappling on tech front after the exit of Honda, and this opens up the largest segment to its rivals.
India Inc learning not to let feelings take over business sense
From professionally-run organisations to family-run groups, a large section of India Inc is grappling with how to keep emotions out of boardroom and corner room decisions.
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