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Volkswagen moves Supreme Court against NGT’s Rs 500 crore fine

While directing Volkswagen to pay the fine within two months, NGT on March 7 had said that the funds will be utilised towards improving air quality in the NCR of Delhi and other highly polluted areas.

EU says BMW, Daimler, VW colluded to limit emissions tech

The EU antitrust regulator said that after an in-depth investigation, it found that BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen, including its Audi and Porsche units, broke EU laws from 2006 to 2014.

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SEC sues Volkswagen, former chief executive Winterkorn, citing 'Dieselgate' fraud on investors

Winterkorn, who resigned days after the scandal became public in September 2015, was charged by U.S. prosecutors in 2018 and accused of conspiring to cover up the German automaker's diesel emissions cheating.

NGT slaps Rs 500 crore penalty on Volkswagen

A bench headed by NGT Chairperson Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel directed the German global auto giant to deposit the amount within two months.

NGT slaps Rs 500-crore fine on Volkswagen for using cheat devices

The expert panel report accessed by The Indian Express, and filed on December 24, 2018, had estimated that Volkswagen cars released approximately 48.678 tonnes of NOx in 2016.

Volkswagen case: SC refuses to interfere

The SC however, restrained the NGT from taking any punitive action against the directors of the company, regarding the deposition of Rs 100 crore, after Volkswagen informed that it had complied with the orders and deposited the amount with the CPCB.

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Pay Rs 100 crore today or face action: NGT to Volkswagen

"The order of the NGT is already under challenge before the Supreme Court. However, the Volkswagen Group India will comply with the order of NGT and deposit the money, as directed," the company said.

NGT orders Volkswagen to deposit Rs 100 crore by tomorrow in emission case

The NGT panel was formed in the wake of the 2015 global emission scandal when the company was found guilty of intentionally programming its diesel engines with cheat devices to meet US regulatory standards but actually emit up to 40 times more NOx in environment.

Volkswagen scandal comes to India, NGT expert panel recommends Rs 171-crore fine as health cost

The NGT panel was formed in the wake of the 2015 global emission scandal or ‘Dieselgate’ when the company was found guilty of intentionally programming its diesel engines with cheat devices to meet US regulatory standards but actually emit up to 40 times more Nitrous Oxides (NOx) in real-world conditions.

Volkswagen India to hike prices by up to 3 per cent from January

Other companies, including Toyota Kirloskar, BMW India and Isuzu, have also stated they would increase prices of their vehicles from January to offset increase in input costs.

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