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Maruti to phase out diesel models from April next year

The country's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) Thursday said it will phase out all diesel cars from its portfolio with effect from April 1, 2020."From April 1, 2020 we will not be selling diesel cars," MSI Chairman RC Bhargava told reporters here.
 
The company currently sells a range of diesel vehicles. Around 23 per cent of all units sold by the company in the domestic market currently are diesel cars.

Vistara leases six aircraft from BOC Aviation to accelerate domestic expansion

Vistara announced Friday it has leased six aircraft from Singapore-based BOC Aviation to boost its domestic growth and will deploy them to meet the "s...

Sensex vaults 623 points to lifetime high on Modi euphoria

Equity benchmark Sensex Friday shot up over 623 points to close at a record high of 39,434.72 as investors felt assured of policy stability after a de...

Vistara leases six aircraft from BOC Aviation to accelerate domestic expansion

Vistara announced Friday it has leased six aircraft from Singapore-based BOC Aviation to boost its domestic growth and will deploy them to meet the "s...

WhatsApp confirms Status Ads coming in 2020

Ads are coming to WhatsApp, finally, and the intrusion into the popular ad-free mobile messaging platform would begin from Status page.At a Facebook M...