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Sep 28, 2017
Google to set up its cloud infrastructure in Mumbai by the end of the 2017Search engine giant Google today said it will be setting up its cloud infrastructure in the financial capital by the end of the year.
Jul 18, 2017
Ashok Leyland teams up with SUN Mobility to develop electric busesCommercial vehicle major Ashok Leyland and SUN Mobility have entered into a strategic alliance to develop electric buses, said officials of the two companies here on Tuesday.
May 26, 2017
Ashok Leyland to grow electric vehicle business, ramp up productionThe city-based heavy commercial vehicle maker last year introduced the first 'Made in India' electric bus "Circuit."
Mar 30, 2017
Supreme Court ban on BS-3 vehicles: Here's how it will impact companies, customersAshok Leyland, with unsold BS-3 vehicle inventory of 18,000-20,000 units, and Hero MotoCorp, with 250,000-300,000 units, would be the most impacted
Mar 30, 2017
Supreme Court's BS-3 ruling: Tata Motors terms it a penalty on entire auto sectorThe court order is likely to impact the commercial vehicles segment the most
Mar 29, 2017
Auto stocks see selling pressure; down up to 3% on Supreme Court orderShares of Hero MotoCorp went down by 3.15 percent, Ashok Leyland lost 2.78 percent, Bharat Forge (1.30 percent), Tata Motors (0.70 percent), Mahindra & Mahindra (0.66 percent) and Maruti Suzuki (0.58 percent) on BSE.
Jan 18, 2017
Ashok Leyland Partner LCV and Guru launched in IndiaPartner LCV is priced at Rs 10.29 lakh while Guru is slotted between Rs 14.35-16.72 lakh, all prices ex-Chennai
Oct 20, 2016
Ashok Leyland bags Rs 1,140 cr export order from TanzaniaThe new order from Tanzania, valued at $170 million, fast on the back of the $200 million by Cote D'Ivore
Oct 18, 2016
Ashok Leyland launches first India-made electric bus: All you need to know about 'Circuit'Ashok Leyland has named the country's first 'Made in India' bus as 'Circuit', with an initial investment of around Rs 22 crore from the Rs 500 crore earmarked for the product to be done in phases
Oct 05, 2016
Ashok Leyland expects over Rs 2,000 cr revenue from defence business in 5 yrsThe company has moved up the value chain from just the provider of 4X4 vehicles to the army and now provides a range of solutions, including products to move large missiles