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Bosch’s Two-Wheeler & Powersports Business Unit Sees Growth In India

Powertrain, electrification, and connectivity systems to lead the global target of one billion euros of sales in 2020

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CASE India Launches An Advanced Version Of Its EAGLE EYE TELEMATICS Solution

CASE Construction Equipment, a brand of CNH Industrial, has launched an advanced version of its EAGLE EYE TELEMATICS developed in association with BOSCH at BAUMA CONEXPO INDIA held at Gurgaon.

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The Beginner’s Guide For New Long-Distance Riders

Whether it’s riding through continents or cruising through unexplored backroads in a state, long-distance motorcycle rides are unique experiences that everyone should embark on at least once in their lifetime. Here is a small guide for new riders thinking about riding long-distance.

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Looking To Piggyback On Safety Standards And BSVI Emission Norms In India, Says Dr. Volkmar Denner, Bosch Group CEO

During his recent visit to India, Dr. Volkmar Denner, Bosch CEO stated, “Leapfrogging from Bharat Stage IV to VI emission norms is a huge opportunity for Bosch because we (the auto industry) needs hi-technology in order to do this

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‘Bosch Has Created A Combined Beneficiary Strength Of 13,500 In Skilling’

By creating greater awareness of its programs, Bosch is hoping to bring many more thousands of unemployed and less privileged youth into the mainstream of society

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Bosch Launches Micro Climate Monitoring System For India

This monitoring system can aid in relaying critical information such as Particulate Matter, NOx, Carbon Monoxide, and other important environmental parameters, by which the quality of life for citizens can be enhanced, with proper tracking.

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The Indian Cash Cow

If it were a murder, it would have been the perfect murder. It was quick and quiet. In February, while India’s corporate governance vigilantes obsessed over Maruti and its deal with Japanese parent Suzuki, Alstom Transport India, a wholly owned subsidiary of French engineering major Alstom, bought out the transportation division of Alstom India, another arm of Alstom. The division was sold for Rs 176.9 crore, a figure far lower than the division’s sales for the previous 12 months, leaving minority shareholders of the Indian arm high and dry.

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