Vehicle retail registered second-straight month of decline in January
"Auto sales continue to be in the negative territory in the month of January, except for three wheelers, with many consumers still not concluding on their decisions. Ongoing transition of BS-IV to BS-VI is also a factor in delayed purchase decision," FADA President Ashish Harsharaj Kale said in a statement.
India, US eyeing to ink five pacts during Trump's visit
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India needs to invest $109 billion to halve its road crash fatalities in next decade: World Bank report
The report titled "Delivering Road Sa...
Discoms use drones for effective maintenance of power distribution infrastructure in Delhi
"We continuously look for state-of-the-art technologies and innovations that help us serve our over 43 lakh customers better. Successful adoption of drone technology is a huge step in preventive maintenance exercise, critical for ensuring reliable power supply," a BSES spokesperson said.
Motor Vehicles Act: 5 months on, Delhi traffic police can’t impose higher fines
Police data shows that almost 50% of the challans are issued to two-wheeler riders for infringements like triple riding and riding without a helmet. It is fairly difficult to get such violators to hand over their documents.
Trump India visit: US security personnel, vehicle arrive in India
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Zoomcar gets a new vice president on board
A veteran in the engineering segment with close to two decades of experience, Arun has been a techno-functional executive for over 15 years. He has previously worked with Goibibo and Makemytrip as the senior director of engineering where he led the supply-side engineering and product initiatives.
Tata Elxsi partners with Tata Motors for unified connected vehicle platform development
Design and technology services firm Tata Elxsi on Monday announced partnership with group firm Tata Motors for developing a unified connected vehicle platform.
An electric conundrum: Gates thinks EVs are the future of automobile industry but high price is a problem
Gates feels that the price might dissuade people from going electric.
Rare good news from a rare metal: Reserves of lithium, critical for EV batteries, found near Bengaluru
India needs lithium for its energy needs, but there has been no comprehensive effort to map local reserves.
SC rejects vehicle retailers' plea to extend BS-VI norms deadline
The Federation of Automobile Dealers' Associations (FADA) had asked the Supreme Court to extend the deadline to sell and register BS-IV norms compliant vehicles, arguing that dealers would incur the losses on any unsold inventory. However, the court refused to look into the merits of the case and was in no mood to consider any extension.
Kanhaiya''s cavalcade attacked again in Bihar; vehicle damaged, many injured
The incident happened when the cavalcade, comprising about five vehicles, was coming from neighbouring Buxar where Kanhaiya Kumar had addressed a public meeting earlier in the day.
India concerned over 'very high price' of American missile shield for Delhi
Sources said the high cost of the American weapon systems in a cause of concern in other projects too like the acquisition of 30 Predator drones which will cost more than USD 100 million each with options of being used in a weaponised version as well as the reconnaissance roles.
With profitability in mind, Renault plans slew of initiatives in India
Renault, which is present in the country for over 8 years now with a market share of less than 3%, aims to bring in products in the fast selling segments to shore up volumes and enhance market share in the 3 million strong Indian passenger vehicle segment. With the entry-level and sub-four meter strengthened, the company aims to gain market share going ahead.
Auto dealers' body asks vehicle makers to shift completely to BS-VI compliant units
The Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations (FADA) said considering the long downturn that has lasted well over a year now and the current dynamic demand situation, selling 100 per cent of the BS-IV vehicles currently in stock with its members by March 31 is a tough task.
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