21 Nov 2015
Wolfsburg: Volkswagen AG cut 1 billion euros (USD1.1 billion) from its 2016 investment plan yesterday, as its emissions cheating scandal expanded to include tens of thousands more US vehicles.
29 Oct 2015
Mumbai: A squad of Mumbai Police Crime Branch would be part of the team which would travel to Bali to bring back underworld don Chhota Rajan and would also brief the Union Home Ministry on the process of documenting the offences committed by the gangster.
05 Nov 2015
New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has ordered a probe against Anti Corruption Branch (ACB) chief MK Meena for allegedly intimidating his juniors in the office.
28 Aug 2015
Baghdad: An Islamic State suicide bomber killed two army generals yesterday as they led forces against IS positions in the turbulent Anbar province west of Baghdad, military officials said.
29 Sep 2015
Prague: Skoda, the Czech car-maker within the Volkswagen group, said today that over a million cars were fitted with pollution cheating software to dupe emissions tests.
25 Sep 2015
MUMBAI: The Indian government has ordered a probe into Volkswagen emissions after the car-maker admitted cheating on US pollution tests, said reports.
26 Sep 2015
Geneva: Swiss authorities said today they had temporarily banned the sale of new Volkswagen brand diesel-engine models potentially equipped with software capable of tricking environmental tests.
23 Sep 2015
Berlin: Volkswagen AG's emissions scandal crisis escalated yesterday as the company issued a profit warning, set aside billions to cover the fallout and lost billions more in market value.
07 Aug 2015
Mumbai: Giving greater operational freedom to banks, the Reserve Bank yesterday allowed lenders to shift, merge or close branches, except in rural areas, at their 'discretion'.
23 Sep 2015
New Delhi: The Anti Corruption Branch (ACB) headed by LG-appointed M K Meena today ordered an inquiry into alleged irregularities in procurement and sale of onions by the Delhi government, which accused him of acting at the Centre's behest and maintained that there was no wrongdoing.