Pollution has been rightfully a growing concern in the country off late. This matter and the relevant numbers have lead the government to undertake many measures to help not only control but also reduce pollution in India.
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Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari on Wednesday said the government is seeking ways to increase India’s exports to the automotive global supply and also attempting to implement a scrapping poli
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"New vehicles would be registered only after producing the proof afore-stated before the authority," the bench said.
Question raised in Lok Sabha on Fuel Emission Norms, 01/08/2016. BS-IV auto fuel supply has already been commenced in the areas covered in the first two phases.
ICRA Ltd Senior VP Subrata Ray said the impact of the scrappage programme could be limited owing to moderate level of incentive (8-12 per cent) being offered.
A year ago, carmakers in India were readying to go full throttle, helped by falling fuel prices, easing inflation and softening interest rates.
If you look at the carbon footprint that India has made ambitious reduction commitments for, these are based on fuel efficiency of vehicles – the Corporate Average Fuel Efficiency (CAFÉ) norms) – w
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