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Maruti Suzuki, India's largest carmaker by volumes, is gradually phasing out another one of its popular hatchbacks to make way for a new range of cars. After phasing out its hatchback Estilo, the company is now zeroing in on A-Star. The two
Consumer companies are increasingly turning to augmented reality where layers of digital information are overlaid on an image to get their products through to customers, enabling makers of such technology applications to grow at a scorching pace.
At a recent strike at Bajaj Auto's factory in Chakan, Maharashtra, that lasted almost 50 days between July and August, most of the 900-odd permanent employees stayed away from work, a few because they supported the unions' call for a strike and most
Out for a leisurely drive on the NH8 and heading towards the Gurgaon toll plaza, we caught Maruti's new small car tipped to replace both the Zen Estilo and the A-Star. Codenamed YL7, the name for India is still under wraps though globally it will be
According to analysts, the markets are likely to remain rangebound in the near term with stock specific action. Traders will wait for Infosys numbers slated to be announced tomorrow for any further cues. At 11:30 a.m.; the 50-share index was at 6,005.
The Indian passenger car makers are going through a rough patch as high interest rates and higher costs have forced buyers to delay their plans of owning a new car...April-September period fell 5 per cent to 8.55 lakh units against 8.97 lakh units in
The BSE Sensex recovered from early losses and was quoted was up 113 points at 20,096 at 12,30 am. Earlier, the Sensex opened lower at 19,918.20 and dropped further to 19,826.96 before quoting at 20051.50 at 1158 hrs from the previous close. The NSE
Even as the government attempts to deregulate diesel prices, India's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki is exploring an ambitious plan to build its own family of diesel engines,to power vehicles across segments. So far, Maruti has been relying on Italian
Maruti Suzuki, India's largest car maker celebrates one year of introduction of Alto 800. Alto 800 is Maruti Suzuki's flagship model and young Indian's favorite car. To mark the celebrations, the company has launched an anniversary edition of Alto
The company, which produced 92,653 units in September 2012, however, had sold more cars this year in the same month. The reduction in production in September was mainly on account of the company cutting output of utility vehicles, comprising Gypsy