Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: Confirmed cases in Pune climb to 9,342 as district records 342 new infections, six deaths in 24 hrs
Coronavirus Outbreak Updates:Pune district reported 342 new coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours, taking its COVID-19 count to 9,307, a health official said on Saturday. The death toll due to the pandemic reached 407 with six persons succumbing to the infection, he said.
Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: Delhi govt says reports on shortage of beds 'misleading'; National Capital records 1,330 new COVID-19 cases today
Coronavirus Outbreak LIVE Updates: A personnel of the Border Security Force (BSF) was among the new cases of coronavirus in Chhattisgarh on Fridayy, PTI reported. "On Thursday, the state had reported 93 COVID-19 cases. The state's COVID-19 count is now 863, though active cases are 630 as 231 people have been discharged and two patients have died, he said," The Indian Express reported.
Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: Delhi AAP MLA Raaj Kumar Anand tests positive, say reports; confirmed cases reach 23,645 in National Capital
Coronavirus Outbreak LIVE Updates: The West Bengal government on Thursday announced further relaxations in the night curfew restrictions. The restricted timings from 7 pm to 7 am have been extended to 9 pm to 5 am, reports said.
MHA blacklists 2,550 foreigners, who attended Tablighi Jamaat event, for visa rules violation; bans entry into India for 10 years
The action has been taken by the home ministry after various state governments provided details of the foreigners who were found to be illegally living in mosques and religious seminaries across the country.
With 'draconian but porous' lockdown, India flattened GDP curve instead of COVID-19: Rajiv Bajaj tells Rahul Gandhi
India implemented a 'draconian' lockdown that was porous and has ended up decimating its economy and flattening the GDP curve instead of that of the novel coronavirus infections, industrialist Rajiv Bajaj said on Thursday.
Rahul Bajaj to step down from executive role, to stay as non-executive chairman of Bajaj Auto effective 1 April
Bajaj Auto's long serving Chairman Rahul Bajaj will step down from executive role to become a non-executive director while continuing to hold his current position, the company said on Thursday
Corporate tax rate cut: 'Single biggest tax reform', says L&T's SN Subrahmanyan; Rajiv Bajaj calls it 'outstanding' in long-term
The government slashed corporate tax to 22% without exemptions or incentives for domestic and new manufacturing companies
The auto industry is unanimous on its demand for an immediate GST reduction on automobiles to 18 percent, SIAM said on Friday
'Changing to electric 2-wheelers from conventional mode not like Aadhaar, printing cards': TVS Motor MD Venu Srinivasan
Changing from conventional two-wheelers to 100 percent electric is "not like Aadhaar, not a software and print cards" and such transition is completely uncalled for, according to TVS Motor Co and Bajaj Auto
Bajaj Auto set for foray into electric vehicles segment next year; e-scooter, quadricycle, 3-wheeler on anvil
Bajaj Auto has already started exporting Qute to around 20 countries but has not been able to launch it in India due to regulatory hurdles.
"Rather than sit for four hours and burden your brain, it is better to go and make a product. Nor I have seen it and nor I will see it in the future, you can report that," Rajiv Bajaj said
with this partnership, Bajaj Auto will gain access to Triumph brand and its motorcycles
Bajaj Auto's quadricycle, Qute could finally be sold in India after a report quoted Rajiv Bajaj saying that it could be expected by the end of this year.
Mahindra, who termed Modi as a "practical man", said the government may not have succeeded in getting a windfall out of the exercise but will get "somewhere" to bridge the deficit
Rajiv Bajaj blasts the government's initiative peeved at hurdles being faced by his company to launch its quadri-cycle in India
The ban on 86 percent of the total currency worth Rs 15.55 trillion in circulation impacted economic activity across sectors with the consumption-driven ones being the most affected.
Rajiv Bajaj says that the new plant will have an initial capacity of around 50,000 units per month or 6 lakh units annually
Rival car makers have upped the ante against creating a separate four wheeler category under 'quadricycles' as Bajaj Auto, India's only automobile manufacturer has a product meeting the specifications laid down by the government for quadricycles - the RE60, which is ready for commercial launch.<br />