Diversified business house Tata group is developing an electric car that is expected to be priced below $20,000 (over Rs 10 lakh) in partnership with France’s Dassault Systemes.

Bikemaker Plans To Set Up . 300-cr Plant

Ahmedabad: Gujarat’s Detroit dream seems to be on a fast lane. After Hero MotoCorp announcing a Rs 1,100-crore plant in the state, Korea’s Hyosung superbikes are all set to get a madein-Gujarat tag.

New Delhi Urging the government not to raise excise duty on diesel cars, top executives of country's leading automobile firms met the finance ministry officials on Wednesday.

KOLKATA, 4 JUNE: The state Cabinet will approve a proposal to pay Rs 1000 per month to the unwilling farmers and agricultural labourers of Singur at a meeting tomorrow.

With customers looking for cheaper mobility options, demand for two-wheelers is likely to go up.

KOLKATA, 17 APRIL: The Singur Land Rehabilitation and Development Act has nothing to do with agrarian reform, counsel of the vendors of Tata Motors Limited (TML) at Singur, Mr SK Kapur, submitted b

KOLKATA, 10 APRIL: The entire Singur Land Rehabilitation and Development Act is redundant as, on one hand, the state is passing the Act and, on the other, submitting that the property had been retu

AHMEDABAD: The Gujarat high court has issued suo motu notice to the Anand Agricultural University (AAU) and the Kheda collector for allotment of gauchar land and decision taken to permit green felling on that land.

Justice A S Dave sought explanation with regards to the decision of land allotment and removal of green cover, when the court came to know about the development while hearing a quashing petition filed by a talati of Manwada village in Kheda district.

After increasing prices of its passenger cars following hike in excise duty in the Union Budget 2012-13, Tata Motors, on Thursday, said its entire range of commercial vehicles have also become dearer by up to Rs.60,000.

“We have hiked the prices of our commercial vehicles by 2-5 per cent considering hikes in excise duty on vehicles and chassis. This has been done with effect from March 17 (2012),” Tata Motors President (Commercial Vehicle Business Unit) Ravi Pisharody told journalists at the Defence Expo here.

The Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) has planned to add 700 Tata BS4 buses by March 31, but so far managed only 263.

According to BMTC managing director K R Sreenivas, there has been a delay in supply of the buses from Tata. “Since BS4 uses a new technology, the suppliers have not been able to manufacture in the numbers we require,” he said.