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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 week ago 'The lion's share of funding will be to incentivise end consumers and build a technology roadmap.'  Autocar Professional3 weeks ago ACMA Automechanika Make in India MSME summit  Rush Lane4 weeks ago
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City Rises in Unison Against Move to Close HSL

VISAKHAPATNAM: A day after Union minister for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises Anant Geete announced the government plan to shut down five public sector units including Hindustan Shipyard Limited, political parties, trade unions and social ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago Union Budget 2015: Auto sector's wishlist  India TV4 weeks ago Heavy industry ministry supports for lower excise duty on auto sector  Zigwheels1 month ago Differences in Modi government over levying of excise duty  Zigwheels1 month ago
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SIAT 2015 in Pune exudes much optimism for auto industry

Anant Geete, Union minister for Heavy Industries, seen here with Rashmi Urdhwareshe, director, ARAI, gets informed about a road geometry studies project undertaken by ARAI. The three-day 14th Symposium on International Automotive Technology ...
 Autocar Professional2 months ago Geete asks auto sector to face challenge  The Statesman2 months ago Director of Industries gets central deputation  Tripura Info2 months ago 'Face challenges of technology, …  Yahoo! India2 months ago
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Business Standard India

Auto sector should adopt 'clean and green' technologies:Geete

The automobile sector should adopt 'clean and green' technologies, Union Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises Minister Anant Geete said today. Pointing out that energy security and oil are important for the country's future, the minister said it ...
 Business Standard India2 months ago Auto industry must adopt best-in-class technology: Anant Geete  Business Standard India2 months ago
Business Standard India

Crash tests for new cars likely to be mandatory from 2017: ARAI

f India (ARAI), a research association of the automotive industry and the Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises, has said the crash test is likely to be made mandatory for new vehicle launches by 2017. Speaking to reporters at a press ...
 Business Standard India2 months ago India to soon get its first vehicle recall code  Smart Investor2 months 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.com2 days ago

The worst is over for Pakistan Steel

Maj Gen (R) Zaheer Ahmed Khan - The country's biggest public sector industry Pakistan Steel has been the subject of much concern and comment for the last two or three years by a vast segment of our intelligentsia, including the media for its slide ...
 The Nation Pakistan4 days ago
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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 week ago Sick PSUs list is starting point for FY16 divestments  Rediff.com1 week ago Sick-PSU list to set the ball rolling for FY16 disinvestment strategy  Business Standard India1 week ago Air India, MTNL join list of Sick Central PSUs  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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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 ...
 CarDekho3 weeks ago Indian OMCs and OEMs debate on BS-VI fuel availability  Autocar Professional3 weeks ago Indian oil industry ready to make BS VI fuel available from 2020 onward  Rush Lane3 weeks ago
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