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Diamonds sold! Rana Kapoor now owns only 900 shares in YES

Promoter entities YES Capital and Morgan Credits have sold their remaining 0.8% stake.


Nov 19, 2019, 04.12 PM IST



Toyota to stop selling small diesel vehicles in India post BS VI

Toyota's decision to change diesel strategy mirrors those of market leader Maruti Suzuki and French carmaker Renault who too have announced plans to discontinue such models. New entrant MG Motor India also has said it would only make sense for the company to offer diesel fuel options in vehicles priced over Rs 15 lakh post migration to BS VI norms.

Utility vehicles may race ahead of hatchbacks next year

Utility vehicles accounted for 40% of the total passenger-vehicle segment in Sept, dr...

Cross-badging with Toyota hurts Maruti Baleno sales

Baleno’s monthly sales slip to 12,000 units a month after Toyota Glanza launch.

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