Bajaj Auto

Bajaj Auto President (Probiking) Sumeet Narang during the launch of KTM 790 Duke bike, in Mumbai

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Rahul Bajaj, Bajaj Group

Photograph by Soumik Kar

Bajaj Auto's new commuter motorcycle "V" is seen on display during its unveiling ceremony in New Delhi.

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Managing Director of Bajaj Auto, Rajiv Bajaj, speaks during the unveiling ceremony of motorcycle "V" in New Delhi.

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The Fastest Pick-Up There was a time around ten years back when every TV space was swamped by Pulsar bike ads. The young MD of Bajaj Auto Rajiv Bajaj was behind that deluge. The son of Rahul Bajaj, this engineer from Pune and Warwick has turned the ailing unit around.

Soumik Kar

Candid Camera: Bajaj Auto patriarch Rahul Bajaj with a delegate at the Congress Centre

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Bajaj Auto Managing Director Rajiv Bajaj poses with the newly launched 4 wheeler RE60 in New Delhi. RE60, developed in-house by Bajaj, has lowest emission rate at 60gm per kilometer and with a mileage of 35 kilometers per liter of petrol, according to a press release.

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Rajiv Bajaj, Managing Director of Bajaj Auto Ltd, poses for a photo with the company's first-ever four-wheeled vehicle RE60 during its launch in New Delhi.

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Keep out Rahul Bajaj of Bajaj Auto was the Bombay Club’s unofficial spokesman

People get their scooters repaired from a shop as a an old Bajaj scooter stands, in New Delhi. Once there was the waiting list to buy Bajaj scooters, a wait which often lasted for years. There was the pride of that first ride and you knew that you'd finally made it to the middle class. Later this month, Bajaj's last scooter will roll out from its factory, ending an era in India's transition from dreary socialist economy into a consumerist power house.

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