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    Supreme Court bars registration of BS-IV vehicles till further orders

    The Supreme Court Friday directed that no BS- IV vehicles will be registered with the authorities till it decides the issue of sale of such vehicles during the lockdown period.

    Vehicle subscription and rural markets will drive sales, says Veejay Nakra, CEO M&M (Auto Div)

    Veejay Nakra, CEO M&M (Auto Div) remains bullish on demand for passenger vehicles for the next 3-4 months. He also feels vehicle subscription and rural markets will drive sales and remain the main silver lining in this time of crisis. Watch excerpts of his interview with ET Auto Editor Nabeel A Khan

    Aurangabad: Bajaj Auto to cut 50% wages of Waluj plant employees if lockdown imposed

    Bajaj Auto says that it will have to bring in paycuts if the lockdown is imposed on the Waluj plant in Aurangabad due to production cuts that will result from the lockdown. Here's ET NOW's Uttkarsh Chaturvedi with a report.

    Maruti Suzuki witnesses better sales in rural markets, posts 40% rise in June

    New Delhi: The country's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) is seeing better demand in rural areas due to less number of COVID-19 cases as compared with urban regions which continue to reel under the high number of cases of the infectious disease, as per a senior company official. Buying sentiment in rural areas is also better due to good initial spells of rains in June which has led to better sowing of the kharif crop.

    Bajaj Auto issues clarification amid shutdown reports of Aurangabad unit due to COVID-19

    A slew of reports earlier today came in, claiming that 79 employees at Bajaj Auto's manufacturing factory have tested positive for the coronavirus. Bajaj Auto has released a statement denying the reports; it clarified that the Waluj plant is operating as expected. ET NOW's Uttkarsh with more details.

    Preference for personal vehicle, boost to e-commerce may revive auto demand: SIAM's Rajan Wadhera

    SIAM President Rajan Wadhera and ETAuto.com Editor Nabeel A. Khan talk where does the Indian auto industry stand amid COVID-19, learnings and how to press the restart button, in this virtual fireside chat. Watch now.

    What auto component makers think of FM Sitharaman's stimulus package

    The $57 billion Indian automotive component industry - which was already suffering from a prolonged slowdown - had been struck hard by coronavirus-induced lockdown. Has FM Nirmala Sitharaman's stimulus package done enough to assuage their concerns? Watch excerpts from the ETAuto.com panel discussion on 'Can automotive component makers weather the COVID-19 storm?' Full discussion here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6OBcfPMVlg

    Auto sector bosses meet Gadkari, seek 1-year moratorium for 11 regulations, scrappage policy

    Minister of Road Transport and Highways of India, Nitin Gadkari chaired a crucial meet with India's top Automobile bosses. Gadkari met Maruti Suzuki's Kenichi Ayukawa, Mahindra and Mahindra's Pawan Goenka, Toyota's Vikram Kirloskar and SIAM's Rajan Wadhera. Auto top chiefs asked a 1-year moratorium for 11 regulations and the vehicle scrappage policy. Here's ET NOW's Parisha tyagi with more details!

    India's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki to resume production at Manesar plant from May 12

    The country's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) on Wednesday said it would resume operations at its Manesar plant from May 12. All activities would be carried out strictly in accordance with the government regulations and guidelines, and observing the company's own concern for the highest standards of safety, MSI said.

    Auto industry should focus on value instead of volume; autonomous, connected & electric key tech: Nissan COO Ashwani Gupta

    Nissan Chief Operating Officer Ashwani Gupta and ETAuto.com Editor Nabeel A. Khan talk COVID-19's impact on the auto industry, learnings and the way forward in this virtual ETAuto TownHall. Watch now.

    Cars will remain important post coronavirus; seeing more interest from non-owners: Nissan COO Ashwani Gupta

    Cars will remain important post coronavirus; seeing more interest from non-owners: Nissan COO Ashwani Gupta

    Nissan Chief Operating Officer Ashwani Gupta and ETAuto.com Editor Nabeel A. Khan talk COVID-19's impact on the auto industry, learnings and the way forward in this virtual ETAuto TownHall. Watch now.

    India a high skill country; has to sing a song about its competitiveness: Nissan COO Ashwani Gupta

    India a high skill country; has to sing a song about its competitiveness: Nissan COO Ashwani Gupta

    Nissan Chief Operating Officer Ashwani Gupta and ETAuto.com Editor Nabeel A. Khan talk COVID-19's impact on the auto industry, learnings and the way forward in this virtual ETAuto TownHall. Watch now.

    Coronavirus shutdown: Why auto industry needs to get its wheel spinning

    Coronavirus shutdown: Why auto industry needs to get its wheel spinning

    Export orders worth $4-5 billion at stake, estimated revenue loss of over Rs 1 lakh crore and shortfall in the GST collection of about Rs 28,000 crore. Add to that loss of Rs 14,000 crore in other state levies. The 45-day coronavirus-induced factory shutdown has hit the automotive sector hard. ET's Nehal Chaliawala explains why India needs to keep the wheels of the industry - which amounts to 0.5% of the country's GDP - moving. Watch now.

    Lockdown impact: India’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki reports zero sales in April

    Lockdown impact: India’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki reports zero sales in April

    The country’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki reported zero sales last month with factories shut in compliance with government orders to prevent the check of the coronavirus pandemic.

    Covid-19: JLR restores three-fourth of its budgeted production in China

    Covid-19: JLR restores three-fourth of its budgeted production in China

    Jaguar Land Rover restores three-fourth budgeted production in China. Here's the full report on Motown getting back into action by ETNOW's Karunya Rao.

    Maruti Suzuki to resume single shift operations at Manesar

    Maruti Suzuki to resume single shift operations at Manesar

    Maruti Suzuki gets permission to restart its operations in Manesar. Only 4696 people can work that too on a single shift basis.

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