Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. , India’s leading SUV manufacturer, unveiled its much awaited sports utility vehicle (SUV), the TUV 300 in Delhi recently. Designed in house and built on an all new platform, the design of the TUV 300 is inspired by a battle tank which gives it a tough, bold & stylish character. According to Dr. Pawan Goenka, executive Director, M & M Ltd. said,” launch of all new TUV 300 is a proud moment in the automotive journey for Mahindra. Conceptualized and developed at Mahindra Research Valley Chennai, the TUV 300 is a clear manifestation of our participation in the “Make in India” mission”. According to Mr. Pravin Shah President & Chief Executive said, “The TUV 300 bears testimony to Mahindra’s capability of indigenously designing and developing a world class and aspirational true blue SUV”.


DW launched of its new English-language channel in New Delhi on September 17. The new DW broadcasts international news around the clock. DW News is the flagship for DW with a new look and continuous coverage of key stories from Europe and the world, with a daily focus on Asia (11-15:00 UTC).


Dr. Rakesh chopra, CEO of Artemis hospital organize interactive session with cancer specialist in The Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi on 11 September. Dr Peter Paul Yu, Immediate Past President ASCO, Mr. Raj Mantena, Board member Conquer Cancer Foundation ASCO, and Mr. Doug Pyle, senior director international affairs, ASCO were invited there for interacted with different doctors from different hospitals, with NGOs and many other high profiled people and discuss about cancer.


Around 15 billion Euros (US$16.9 billion) was wiped off the market value of Volkswagen AG in one go, following revelations about German carmaker VW having rigged US emissions tests for more than 500,000 of its diesel cars.  By early next afternoon trading in Frankfurt, Volkswagen’s share price was down a stunning 20.4%, after hitting a three-year low of 125.4 Euros.  Its dramatic fall weighed heavily on Germany’s main stock index, the DAX, which underperformed its peers in Europe with a 0.6% decline.  In India, apropos, carmaker General Motors India was found guilty of a similar practice in relation to its multiutility vehicle Tavera, which saw the heads of its several senior officials rolling.  The fallout on Volkswagen’s reputation for probity has seriously been damaged by these revelations from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the US that it has skirted clean air rules.  The EPA has also indicated that VW could face fines that might run up to more than US$ 18 billion.

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