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A new combustion technique will make two stroke engines Asia's bane cleaner

Heavy polluters have to pay heavy fines. Truck manufacturers realise this the hard way

Scientists from a Munich-based German company, Ficht, have developed a fuel injection system for 2-stroke engines -- used commonly in motorcycles, lawn mowers and chain saws -- which can cut

CARS have become the most prominent roadsign on the Indian economy's journey up the rocky road of economic liberalisation. The protagonists of these policies routinely iterate, along with other

UNLEADED petrol is being touted as a green fuel. But it does more harm than good if vehicles using it do not have catalytic converters to render the exhaust gases safe, according to Roger Perry,

Computers and satellites will soon be used by transport authorities in USA and Europe to provide commuters a reprieve from traffic congestion

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