Dear Reader, India's collective focus on innovation is fairly recent. It was only in 2009 that the Government of India announced the upcoming decade – 2010-2020 – as the "decade of innovation", ...

Dear Reader, While the nation celebrated its 65th Republic Day on January 26th, came the terrible news of Tata Motors MD, Karl Slym’s death in a Bangkok hotel. For someone, who was so full of ...

Dear Reader, There is a visible change in the political discourse of the country, and over the next few months we are likely to see many changes taking shape. How good that would be for the country ...

Dear Reader, Apollo Tyres’ announcement of its proposed acquisition of Cooper Tire & Rubber Company for an all-cash deal worth Rs 14,500 cr in June this year was clearly the largest ever ...

Dear Reader, By the time this copy of Auto Tech Review reaches you, we would be taking the covers off our first event, the ‘India Battery Conclave 2013’. Our endeavour, like we had committed ...

Dear Reader, With little policy intervention from the Indian government to control the sliding fortunes of the economy, the automotive sector is in a quandary unlike anytime earlier. The ...

Dear Reader, Amid the gloom surrounding falling vehicle sales in the country, came the launch of one of India’s most anticipated vehicles – the Ford EcoSport. How much of that anticipation ...

Dear Reader, Like every year, the annual conventions of SIAM and ACMA were held in the first week of September. These are highly attended events in the automotive calendar of the country, for people ...

Dear Reader, At the launch of the BMW Group’s first pure electric series-produced model – the BMW i3 – Norbert Reithofer, Chairman of the Board of Management, BMW AG called it the ...

Dear Reader, Round one in the battle on quadricycles has gone to Bajaj Auto. The Indian government’s recent in-principle agreement that quadricycles – they run on four wheels, but are ...