The Hon’ble Supreme Court directed EPCA on 4.2.2019 to consider the issues in the application No 176097 of 2018 and to submit its opinion within four weeks. This report is being submitted in compliance with these directions of the Hon’ble Supreme Court.

In one of the first signs of an industrial strife, street protests have begun in the key industrial estate of Haridwar in Uttarakhand which has been plagued by heavy power cuts in the past few days.

After the two-days blackout as a result of grid collapse on July 30-31, the government has resorted to heavy rostering in the industrial areas, a move which is being seen as a measure to avoid its heavy dependency on the northern grid. A group of industrialists at Haridwar held a protest demonstration to highlight their anger against what they termed “complete power breakdown.”

World’s largest three-wheeler manufacturer unveils four-wheeler intra-city passenger vehicle RE 60
Auto major to target over 5m 3-wheeler users in the country

New Delhi After months of uncertainty surrounding the fate of the ultra-low-cost project that brought Franco-Japanese firm Renault-Nissan to the doorsteps of Bajaj Auto in 2007 to forge an alliance

New Delhi Bajaj Auto Ltd launched its first-ever four-wheeled vehicle on Tuesday, saying the RE60 would target commercial users and three-wheeled vehicle owners in India, and that production could involve Nissan and Renault.

The unveiling of the four-seater RE60 ended months of rumours that have buzzed around India's auto industry on the nature of the vehicle, which promises low carbon emissions and fuel efficiency, the company said in a much-anticipated launch.

New Delhi: Domestic passenger car sales witnessed a turnaround in November after four consecutive months of contraction, rising by 7% on the back of a marginal revival in demand, coupled with a low

Ahmedabad American automobile giant Ford Motors is all set to become Nano’s neighbour in Sanand, Gujarat.

India`s Bajaj Auto Ltd on Friday said its project to develop four wheelers for Nissan Motor Co and its alliance partner Renault SA was on track after a newspaper said it had been called off, citing a top executive.

Earlier on Friday, the Wall Street Journal reported that Bajaj had shelved the project to develop a low-cost mini-car in India for Renault-Nissan, saying it was commercially unviable

Mumbai At a time when its alliance with Renault-Nissan for the launch of an ultra low-cost (ULC) car is reportedly on shaky ground, Bajaj Auto has said it will launch its first product from the four-wheeler project next year.

Just months after exiting its successful two-wheeler joint venture with the Hero Group, Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India (HMSI) announced on Thursday expansion plans with the setting up of a third factory in Karnataka.

This will take its production capacity to four million units by early 2013.