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With several state governments issuing circulars to end registration process for BS-IV vehicles much before 31 March, 2020, and the fear of coronavirus keeping buyers away from showrooms, automobile dealers fear that they would not be able to liquidate the BS-IV inventory before the month-end deadline
A parliamentary panel had examined the Demands for Grants 2020-21 of Department of Heavy Industry (DHI) and tabled its report in Parliament
Hero MotorCorp said its exports last month were at 18,046 units as compared to 16,599 units in February 2019.
Automobile dealers' body FADA moves SC seeking relief in sale of BS-IV vehicles after 1 April deadline
Automobile dealers' body FADA on Wednesday said it has moved the Supreme Court seeking sale and registry of unsold BS-IV vehicles beyond 1 April, 2020
Hero MotoCorp discontinues 50 BS-IV variants of Splendor, HF Delux, Glamour motorcycles and Pleasure scooters
The Indian government has given automakers a deadline of March 31, 2020 to shift to BS-VI vehicles
Delhi smog LIVE updates: Air quality level still 'very poor'; half marathon event to go ahead on 19 Nov despite calls to cancel it
Delhi breathed relatively easy as air quality remained outside the 'severe plus' category for the third day straight, prompting authorities to withdraw the ban on entry of trucks and restore parking fees to usual rates.
Delhi air pollution levels climb to 12 times above recommended limits; officials concede that 'only God can save us'
As pollution level climbed to 12 times above the recommended limit this week in New Delhi, government officials said they knew what was needed to control the smoky haze, but nothing would be done, at least this year.
BS-VI rules: Superior fuel may not clear smog-hit Delhi as long as vehicles continue to ply on BS-IV engines
There can be only some emissions benefits with this move of the government unless a few major changes are brought about in vehicles plying on the roads.
Delhi air pollution updates: Experts slam EPCA's decision to lift ban on construction, entry of trucks as knee-jerk reaction
Air quality remained outside the 'severe plus' category on Wednesday and if the trend prevails till Thursday, emergency measures such ban on construction and entry of trucks may be lifted.