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Business Standard Nov 8
Ashok Leyland posted decline of 97% in standalone profit before tax at Rs 19.11 crore during the quarter ended September, 2019
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Economic Times Dec 2
Light commercial vehicle sales were down 6% at 4,056 units as against 4,310 units in the corresponding month last year, the company said.
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Md Salim Dec 1
Ashok Leyland’s total medium and heavy commercial vehicle sales in November declined 32% year-on-year to 5,966 units.
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The Hindu Business Nov 11
The board of directors of , at a meeting held last week, decided to induct Saugata Gupta as Independent Director and Vipin Sondhi as Director, Ashok Leyland said in a statement
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MK Nov 12
bullish or bearish?? what option structure would u prefer? 1)put IV >call IV 2) IVR >70, IVP >98
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Murali Nov 27
Why is TN government buying hopeless vehicles from AL? Why not Scania etc?? bags order from Tamil Nadu for 1,750 buses
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India TV Dec 24
Ashok Leyland joins hands with Yes Bank for vehicle loan financing
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Ashok Leyland Jan 9
Ashok Leyland and ABB Power Grids team up for greener electric buses. Read to know more:
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Ashok Leyland Jan 9
With a best-in-class design and OE testing standards, a wide variety of applications with customizable options and warrantee & GST benefits, you can rely on Ashok Leyland’s Reefer range!
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Ashok Leyland Jan 8
With a scheme crafted especially for you, investing in Ashok Leyland’s reliable, safe & comfortable 28 to 65 seater buses will benefit you from the long-term perspective.
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Firstpost Jan 2
's total sales in the domestic market were down 29% at 10,378 units as compared to 14,718 units in December 2018
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Cham J Jan 6
Goes for all buses in , not just state buses. They are just scrap metal boxes on wheels. Always wondered what sort of 'crash tests' they are put through in production by
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Firstpost Nov 27
is currently the fourth largest manufacturer of buses in the world and 's largest manufacturer.
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Business Standard Dec 7
| Commercial vehicles (CV) sales are the worst affected among segments as India's economy slows down
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Ravish Gupta Nov 10
1) Bad quarterly results - ✅ 2) At resistance level - ✅
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Business Standard Nov 4
We're expecting commercial vehicle market to revive strongly, says Ashok Leyland's Dheeraj Hinduja
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Deccan Herald Nov 27
Hinduja Group's flagship firm said it has bagged an order from Tamil Nadu State Transport Undertakings for 1,750 buses.
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Vittal Tallur Jan 11
looks weak in daily chart!
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Business Line Dec 21
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Harshal Jan 17
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