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The Ministry of Road Transportation and Highways (MRTH) has come out with this draft notification which amends Central Motor Vehicles Rules to prevent the registration of BS-IV compliant vehicles built before April 1, 2020 beyond June 30, 2020. This ban will be applicable to vehicles manufactured before April 1, 2020, which is also the date of the rollout of BS-VI pollution norms across the country.

NEW DELHI: Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) would like to thank the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas (MoPNG) for responding to the smog crisis in Delhi and taking the drastic proactive

If both the engine and fuel are not equipped, then the engine will get damaged while pollution will remain the same

This supplementary report is filed in compliance with Hon’ble Supreme Court order dated August 10, 2017.

NEW DELHI: Auto industry body Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) on Thursday asked the government to ban vehicles that are 15 years old in the country to reduce pollution.

Carmakers producing vehicles that run on traditional fuel, take note — Union minister Nitin Gadkari has a clear message: Go for alternative fuel+ , else he will not mind "bulldozing" them in his bi

NEW DELHI: The ministry of road transport and highways (MoRTH) in comments submitted to the Supreme Court recently said real world or on-road emissions testing for BS VI diesel vehicles will be in-

Centre stresses need for India to have stricter monitoring

It aims to supply BS VI quality fuel by 2020; gets environmental clearance for upgrading facility

Bharat State VI standards prescribe vehicular emission norms that are “fuel neutral” wherein the gap between emission from diesel and petrol vehicles considerably narrows.

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