NEW DELHI: It’s the end of the road for diesel vehicles in the Maruti Suzuki stable.

Investors are losing confidence and customers are unsure of what to do in the wake of diesel vehicles being targeted as the "main villain" for air pollution, especially in Delhi-NCR region, accordi

World Bank President Jim Yong Kim predicted that the Indian economy was likely to grow at 6.4 per cent in the current year and accelerate further in the next year in view of the economic measures b

The Supreme Court has directed the Haryana Government to pay additional Rs 9,24,644 per acre to landowners in Manesar, Gurgaon, for the acquisition of 771 acres of land in 2002 for the second and t

Farmers Hold Rally To Oppose Land Acquisition

Gandhinagar: More than 5000 farmers, including women and children from 70 villages of proposed Mandal-Becharaji Special Investment Region (SIR) marched to Gandhinagar on Tuesday to oppose the state government’s plan to take away their agricultural land to industrialize the region.

In what could be the first signs of troubles for the country’s largest car maker, villagers now plan to send a notice to Maruti Suzuki India Ltd to stop work at its site at Hansalpur, Gujarat, wher

One year on, the Maruti workers continue to be punished for demanding their rights. (Editorial)

Farmers of 44 villages along with members various communities have converged at Naviyani village of Surendranagar district to oppose the proposed plant of India's largest car manufacturer Maruti Su

Vehicle sales report steepest slide in 4 years; SIAM says industry may miss FY16 target by 25%, cuts FY13 sales forecast again

With faltering industrial demand, workers are in a difficult situation with little room to manoeuvre. (Editorial)