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Three vehicles were set on fire at Indira Colony in Chandigarh on Thursday.(HT Photo)

Miscreants set 5 vehicles ablaze in different parts of Chandigarh

By HT Correspondent | Hindustan Times, Chandigarh, Chandigarh
UPDATED ON OCT 16, 2020 01:28 AM IST
The police have started investigating the matter.
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The helicopter look-a-like car is now becoming a centre of attraction in Chhapra.(Twitter/@ANI)
The helicopter look-a-like car is now becoming a centre of attraction in Chhapra.(Twitter/@ANI)

24-year-old man from Bihar turns Tata Nano into a ‘helicopter’

By Asian News International | Chhapra
UPDATED ON AUG 12, 2019 11:02 AM IST
It took almost seven months for Mithilesh and his brother to complete the design.
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It was billed as the world’s cheapest car and shaped like a jelly bean -- but after a bumpy 10-year ride India’s Tata Nano is nearing the end of the road.(HT Photo)
It was billed as the world’s cheapest car and shaped like a jelly bean -- but after a bumpy 10-year ride India’s Tata Nano is nearing the end of the road.(HT Photo)

‘World’s cheapest car’ nears end of the road in India

By Agence France-Presse | Agence France-Presse
UPDATED ON JAN 25, 2019 03:09 PM IST
Tata Motors, India’s top automaker, said on Thursday that it could stop manufacturing and selling the vehicle from April next year due to new safety and emissions rules that would require major investment.
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Tata Company Chairman Ratan Tata during the launch of theTata Nano at the 9th Auto Expo in New Delhi, 2008.(Arvind Yadav/HT)
Tata Company Chairman Ratan Tata during the launch of theTata Nano at the 9th Auto Expo in New Delhi, 2008.(Arvind Yadav/HT)

RIP Tata Nano. End of the road for world’s cheapest car, only one unit made in June

By Anjani Trivedi | Bloomberg
UPDATED ON JUL 11, 2018 05:35 PM IST
The Nano’s death was confirmed by production numbers: Tata Motors Ltd. produced 1 unit in June, down from 275 in the same month last year. Exports were zero, versus 25 in June 2017.
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Tata Sons cannot afford to have Mistry continue as chairman of the operating companies although it is unlikely to push for his exit as a director(PTI)
Tata Sons cannot afford to have Mistry continue as chairman of the operating companies although it is unlikely to push for his exit as a director(PTI)

Why Cyrus P Mistry is unlikely to go quickly or quietly

UPDATED ON APR 25, 2018 06:23 PM IST
Whoever wins, in the short-term, it is the Tata group that is the loser. Many of the Tata companies face significant challenges, but their leaders are likely to be distracted by the ongoing fight (apart from being confused about who to listen to)
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