Global carmakers converge on China for the Shanghai auto show this week, with the industry bracing for a sharp sales slowdown and potential price war as competition stiffens in the world's biggest

Judgement of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of M. C. Mehta Vs Union of India & Others dated 13/04/2017 in the context of BS-IV compliant vehicles. Apex Court declares that the "automobile industry was quite sanguine that its desire for selling accumulated stock of BS-III compliant vehicles even after 1st April, 2017 would be acceded to".

Fact is that BS-IV vehicles, particularly diesel trucks, are much less polluting than BS-III ones

Supreme Court on Wednesday banned the sale of non-BS IV compliant vehicles

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of M. C. Mehta Vs Union of India & Others dated 29/03/2017.

The Supreme Court has ordered a ban on the registration of new Bharat Stage III vehicles from April 1, 2017 when BS IV emission norms would come in force.

NEW DELHI: The Centre came out in support of auto manufacturers on Monday, urging the Supreme Court to allow the companies to sell their existing stock of BS-III vehicles even after Bharat Stage-IV

Dirty air is a public health emergency. But it won’t be easy to jump straight from BS-IV to BS-VI emission norms. The Indian Express explains.

• VW's top UK executive, Paul Willis, has said that of the 1.2 million cars in the UK affected by the diesel emissions scandal, 470,000 have been fixed.

The all-electric Formula E racing series is about as forward-looking as racing gets, bringing together automakers and EV part suppliers in a unique and fascinating zero-emissions contest of speed.

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