In breather to auto firms, government to go slow on e-vehicle push
A section in the government believes they can gradually increase the share of electric vehicles rather than going for major “disruption” in the sector.
Passenger vehicles retail sales fall 11 per cent in July: FADA
According to Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations (FADA), PV sales st...
US tests medium-range cruise missile after exiting INF treaty
"The test missile exited its ground mobile launcher and accurately impacted its...
After Chandrayaan, ISRO planning missions to Sun, Venus & Mars in next few years
Indian space agency has chalked out plans to carry out an ambitious 36 launches in two years time.
Dealers catch a break as car companies cut production
The stock with passenger vehicles (PV) dealers averaged between 25 and 30 days’ equivalent at the end of July as per FADA.
Inventory correction a respite passenger vehicles dealers even as sales continue to fall
The unsustainable cost of holding high inventory had led to as many as 300 dealerships going out of business in the 18 months leading to April 2019, ET had earlier reported.
New penalties in Motor Vehicle Act will create fear, deter violators: Nitin Gadkari
We will set up a road safety board, which will oversee all issues relating to road safety, Gadkari said.
Chief Ministers’ Panel on Agriculture, states talk genetically modified crops in ‘restricted spaces’
Panel to make changes in Essential Commodities Act to remove stock limits.
ISRO to inject Chandrayaan 2 into lunar orbit Tuesday
"It's tomorrow morning (tentatively between 8.30 am and 9.30 am). It's challenging," Chairman of ISRO, K Sivan, said.
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