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electric vehicles

#EVPush: Govt Contemplates Tough Measures to Discourage Production of ICE Vehicles

As auto industry resists the EV push, govt plans to make emission standards stringent

E-mobility for Future: All EVs on Roads Post 2030, Proposes NITI Aayog

In a step towards the cleaner India, NITI Aayog recommends the EV way

NITI Aayog Proposes INR 7,500 Crore Investment for AI-Development

Government think-tank proposes a plan for creating an institutional framework for artificial intelligence in India

Monday Musings: GoT's Unexpected Ending & Indian Divas at Cannes

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How This Network of New Generation Industrialists is Creating a Fresh Pool of Entrepreneurs

"In order to build a relevant entrepreneurial ecosystem, like the government agencies, the corporates too have an important role to play"

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