Of late, he is in the news for the Supreme Court verdict on the abolishment of ‘Triple Talaq’ as he was at the vanguard for being the counsel for the All Indian Muslim Women Personal Law Board. Something very similar to what Raja Ram Mohan Roy did for the Hindus in the 18th Century; he has always supported reforms within Muslims and is now taking rapid strides for eradicating polygamy, which is practised by certain sections of his community.
The industry has been religiously working on electric vehicles since 2010. If the government is ambitious about e-vehicle development, the sector wants to toe the lineThe government’s stance on sustainable mobility further hardened, when transport minister Nitin Gadkari recently warned original equipment manufacturers (OEM) that don’t reorient themselves and continue to sell internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles “of being bulldozed”.
After having a well-ensconced presence in the passenger vehicle segment, Maruti Suzuki is now preparing a roadmap to gain a strategic foothold in the light commercial vehicle space. BW Businessworld talks with R.S. Kalsi, Senior, Executive Director, Marketing & Sales, Maruti Suzuki, to understand it better. Below are the edited excerpts:What is your sales target for this financial year? Are you confident of cornering a 50% marketshare by the end of FY18?
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Selecting a term
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