BMW's Mini hits Delhi
Andreas Schaaf, president, BMW Group India, at the launch of the dealership for its iconic brand Mini, in New Delhi. The dealership, Bird Automotive, is the first one in New Delhi and the second such in the country. Stating that the auto industry is working in a very "fragile economic environment" in India, the German luxury car maker said any move to levy more taxes on diesel vehicles will be counter-productive. M zhazo / ht photos
Globally, vehicle recalls are a part and parcel of automotive business. Every responsible manufacturer does so for reasons as grave as potential brake failures or airbag malfunctions to seemingly trivial stuff like a defect in the power window switch.
An estimated over 40 million vehicles have been recalled worldwide in ...
Little over a fortnight after the death of Nido Taniam, students and activists from the northeast in Delhi met police officials on Monday after a 'khap panchayat' in south Delhi’s Munirka area allegedly threatened to evict tenants from northeastern states.
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