BSES stands for Bharat stage emission standards and these standards have been put in action by the Government of India to limit the pollution and particulate matter in the air. Bharat Stage (BS) III norms have been in place all over India since 2010. BS III ban has left vehicles worth Rs 5000 crore unsold, but will benefit the country in the long run.
16 Nov 2017
The Centre has decided to introduce the cleanest, Bharat Stage-VI compliant fuel in Delhi by 1 Apr'18, two years earlier than planned, in a bid to reduce vehicular pollution.
03 May 2017
Analysts stated that the 2-wheeler industry has suffered losses of over Rs. 600 crore after the SC banned BS-III vehicles.
27 Apr 2017
Following the slump in their sales in China, Kia Motors is gearing up to strengthen its base in the world's fifth largest market- India.
02 Apr 2017
The Supreme Court prohibited the registration and sale of BS-III vehicles from April 1 to keep check on increasing air pollution.