Daewoo is the only transnational company in the Indian market that is not interested in getting on to the diesel bandwagon. In an interview with Down To Earth , Anuj Pattanaik, general manager marketing of Daewoo Motors India Ltd, explains the reaso

In the absence of appropriate regulations, liberalisation of the Indian auto industry will ruin public health

Under pressure from the industry, the Australian government relaxes petrol and diesel emission standards

The automobile industry can breathe easy with the Supreme Court lifting its earlier restrictions on the sale of cars; plea for extending deadline on emission norms rejected

Environmentalists score a major victory as the Supreme Court tightens emission standards in Delhi,

Particulate matter, nitrogen dioxide and ozone: Delhi’s air is already overcast with a very high

Neither improving diesel quality nor upgrading engine technology help to avert the threat posed by toxic particulate emissions from diesel vehicles. The only option is to ban registration of new diesel cars

By lowering the price of diesel, the government has compromised on the health, of its citizens

Auto Expo 98 was an exercise in marketing diesel vehicles that have a low running cost and a high environmental cost