Centre stresses need for India to have stricter monitoring
Madurai: The Madurai bench of the Madras high court on Wednesday impleaded the state's transport principal secretary as a party to the case against conversion of petrol and LPG autos into diesel au
Bharat State VI standards prescribe vehicular emission norms that are “fuel neutral” wherein the gap between emission from diesel and petrol vehicles considerably narrows.
In this article, the author explains the impact of the leap being made by India from BS IV emission norms to BS VI and how emission control technology can make things better for the industry as wel
According to data available over 96 lakh vehicles are registered in the state up to April, of which 50 lakh were in Hyderabad.
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has allowed registration of three new diesel vehicles conforming to BS-IV norms to be used for transporting petrol or petroleum products.
According to Ind-Ra, country's most reputed credit rating agency, Medium-to-Heavy Commercial Vehicles (MHCV) have witnessed a continuous as well as alarming decline in sales over the years.
The Delhi High Court has told the Transport Department here that while verifying the date of sale of BS-III two-wheelers before registration, it should take into account the dates of online payment
Some dealers had then moved the High Court saying the department was not considering the documents for registration and claimed that they made the sale before the deadline.
The Supreme Court on Monday clarified that manufacturers of farming vehicles like tractors and combine harvesters and construction equipment vehicles (CEVs) can continue to sell BS-III tractors.
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