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Programme to promote electric vehicles

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Union Minister of State for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises G.M. Siddeswara has said that the Centre is keen on encouraging electric/hybrid vehicles. In response to a question by Vizag MP K. The Hindu, 4 days ago

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Govt proposes to get 7M electric vehicles on road by 2020

Union Minister of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises, Anant Geete, launched Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of (Hybrid &) Electric Vehicles in India (FAME) with an aim to promote and encourage sale of electric and hybrid vehicles. Its ...
 Moneycontrol.com2 weeks ago Govt may shut sick PSUs cure board, set up new body  Millennium Post2 weeks ago Govt may shut BRPSE, form new entity for sick PSUs  Economic Times2 weeks ago Govt may wind up BRPSE, constitute new entity for sick PSUs  Business Standard2 weeks ago
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Union Budget 2015: Auto sector's wishlist

The heavy industries and public enterprises ministry wants restoration of lower excise duty benefits to the automobile industry that had been withdrawn at the end of December. "We have suggested for the continuation (of reduced excise rates)," ...
 India TV1 month ago Lapsed tenders hurt Modi's Make in India defence industry push  New Age Bangladesh2 weeks ago FRENCH DEFENCE MINISTER TO VISIT INDIA, PUSH RAFALE DEAL  IPA Newspack.com2 months ago Differences in Modi government over levying of excise duty  Zigwheels2 months ago
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Regulatory norms on fuel and safety to determine path ahead for Indian auto sector

Ambuj Sharma, additional secretary, Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises. Regulatory norms will be a key factor deciding the path ahead for the Indian auto sector as far as fuel efficiency, safety and corporate average fuel ...
 Autocar Professional1 month ago 'The lion's share of funding will be to incentivise end consumers and build a technology roadmap.'  Autocar Professional1 month ago ACMA Automechanika Make in India MSME summit  Rush Lane1 month ago

Performance of Central Public Sector Enterprises (Cpses) Shows Improvement in 2013-14

The Public Enterprises Survey (2013-14), brought out by the Department of Public Enterprises, Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises, Government of India on the performance of Central Public Sector Enterprises was placed in both the Houses of ...
 PIB1 month ago

METI MINISTRY OF ECONOMY TRADE AND INDUSTRY OF : Announcement of Nadeshiko Brand as Examples of Enterprises that Encourage Women's Success

, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) have jointly selected and publicized listed enterprises that are exceptional in encouraging women's success in the workplace, and granted them the "Nadeshiko ...
 4 Traders1 month ago
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Government gives new charge to hybrids and EV industry with FAME India programme

What should come as a boost to the nascent hybrid and electric vehicle industry in India, the Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises in collaboration with the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) has rolled out FAME India ...
 Autocar Professional2 weeks ago Sustained policy vision key to build India's EV industry  Autocar Professional5 days ago NEMMP Phase I with FAME India, govt to spend on charging infra  Rush Lane2 weeks ago 60-70% of Indian govt e-mobility fund to incentivise EV buyers  Autocar Professional1 month ago

Government may plan disinvestment in 65 sick public sectors

(Follow @steelguru on Twitter for important updates) Business Standard reported that a list of 65 floundering central public sector enterprises will serve as the starting point of the government's INR 28,500-crore strategic disinvestment plan for ...
 Steel Guru1 month ago Sick PSUs list is starting point for FY16 divestments  Rediff.com1 month ago Sick-PSU list to set the ball rolling for FY16 disinvestment strategy  Business Standard India1 month ago Air India, MTNL join list of Sick Central PSUs  Economic Times1 month ago

SIAM Working on New Emission Norms; BS VI Fuel To be Available by 2020

Jaipur : The apex industry body SIAM (Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers) organized its 5th conference on Diesel for Future today in New Delhi. The conference was attended by senior bureaucrats to address the need of new emission norms. The ...
 CarDekho1 month ago Indian OMCs and OEMs debate on BS-VI fuel availability  Autocar Professional1 month ago Indian oil industry ready to make BS VI fuel available from 2020 onward  Rush Lane1 month ago

Divestment: Arun Jaitley should recast public sector policy by taking these tips from taking tips from Finance Commission's report

Finance minister Arun Jaitley has once again hinted that the government can go in for privatisation of profitmaking public sector companies. Speaking at conference in Delhi on Wednesday, he indicated that companies other than loss-making ones could ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago
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