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DHI, Fraunhofer sign MoU to augment Make in India programme
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Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft signs MoUs with govt, HMT Ltd

Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft has signed several Memorandums of Understanding (MoU) with Union Ministry of Heavy Industries and HMT Limited. The MoUs signed throw light on the Indo-German trade that spans over 500 years and strengthen the basis for strong business ... Business Line, 11 hours ago
Framework MoU signed between DHI & Fraunhofer News on Air, 15 hours ago

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Fraunhofer to propel 'Make in India' programme

The department of heavy industries and leading German applied research firm Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft signed a pact on Monday to augment 'Make in India' programme, an official statement said.Fraunhofer will assume the role of 'Technology Resource Partner' for ...
 Prokerala9 hours ago
Business Standard

M&M completes acquisition of 33% stake in Mitsubishi Agri

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries now owns 66.7% and M&M 33.3% in Mitsubishi Agricultural Machinery Press Trust of India | New Delhi October 1, 2015 Last Updated at 13:22 IST M today completed $25 million acquisition of 33% stake in Mitsubishi Agricultural ...
 Business Standard4 days ago M&M and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries enter into strategic partnership  Business Standard4 days ago M&M completes acquisition of 33 per cent stake in Mitsubishi Agricultural Machinery Co  Economic Times4 days ago

Govt asks for Volkswagen probe report by Sept 30

Days after the US ordered a probe into German car-maker Volkswagen for allegedly flouting emission norms, the heavy industries ministry has asked the Automotive Research Association of India to investigate any possible violations of norms and submit a report by September 30. "We have asked ARAI to investigate the matter and submit a report by Wednesday (September 30)," Union Heavy Industries Minister Anant Geete told PTI. He said the emission norms in the country are different ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Volkswagen scandal: Govt asks ARAI to sumbit probe report by Wednesday  DNA1 week ago Govt asks ARAI to submit Volkswagen probe report by Sep 30  Sify1 week ago Govt asks ARAI to submit VW probe report by Sep 30  The Financial Chronicle1 week ago

Heavy industries may be the looming giants of the Internet

Old-line industries haven't seen much of a payoff from the Internet yet, but once they get moving they could become bigger users than either tech companies or consumers. As tech boomed and consumer businesses like retail changed radically in the ...
 NetworkWorld5 days ago Auto companies eye festival season to drive sales  Business Line1 month ago Boeing and Japanese suppliers finalise 777X workshare agreement  Economic Times2 months ago

Industrial parks to crowd Chennai-Bengaluru highway, heavy tarrfic aids growth

Property developers are building infrastructure with power, water, and even supply of low skill labour for a brimming auto mobile scene and demand for warehouses. CHENNAI: In an interesting contrast, activity to build industrial parks with warehouses is ...
 Economic Times5 days ago

Uber signs pact with Automotive Skills Development Council to train drivers

The MoU was signed in the presence of Ambuj Sharma, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprise, in Delhi, Uber said in a release. BENGALURU: Uber has signed a pact with Automotive Skills Development Council (ASDC) to train and certify ...
 Economic Times6 days ago Ameishing Luikham visits  E Pao!2 weeks ago Luikham to check development projects in Manipur to arrive Imphal on Sept 15  E Pao!3 weeks ago

Amitabh Mathur new BHEL director

Amitabh Mathur Amitabh Mathur has been appointed director (industrial systems and products), Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited. He has over 34 years of professional experience in handling BHEL functions.
 Asian Age1 month ago Bharat Heavy Electricals appoints Amitabh Mathur as director  Money Control1 month ago Heavy Industries Ministry’s effort to appoint independent directors in CPSEs stonewalled  Business Line1 month ago
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Pro-business tag won’t deter from supporting auto sector: Anant Geete

Union heavy industries minister Anant Geete on Thursday said that the accusations of being ‘pro-industry’ will not deter the government from supporting the auto components industry as the sector provides employment to lakhs of people in India. “The ...
 Asian Age1 month ago Pro-biz tag won't deter govt from supporting auto sector: Minister Anant Geete  Economic Times1 month ago Gandhi's statue unveiled  The Telegraph2 months ago

India sees auto industry growing to up to $285 bn by 2026

The report, published by the department of heavy industries, said the auto sector would account for more than 12 percent of India's gross domestic product (GDP) and 40 percent of its manufacturing sector by that date.
 Money Control1 month ago Europe: BMW and Ford officials speak up for German auto industry  Inautonews3 days ago Indian auto industry expected to see value rise to Rs 18.9 lakh crore by 2026  Economic Times1 month ago
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