Energy and Environment

Paying price for clean air

The Supreme Court's ruling that prohibits the sale of vehicles which do not meet Bharat Stage IV fuel and emission norms from April 1, is a welcome step but also a shocking one for the automotive industry.

Mar 31, 2017
The Supreme Court's ruling that prohibits the sale of vehicles which do not meet Bharat Stage IV fuel and emission norms from April 1, is a welcome step but also a shocking one for the automotive industry. The Indian automotive industry has grown accustomed to constant compromise on safety and efficiency Norma over the past 15 years since the last dramatic Supreme Court judgement in 2001 which mandated Bharat Stage II emission norms. The apex court's observation that life is more important than profit is to be welcomed. 
 
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The Pioneer,April 1, 2017

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