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Parivahan.gov.in portal is meant to be a common platform from where various online services provided to citizens, it is in development and implementation phase. For the moment, its services are being started for online tax payment of vehicles in some states including Maharashtra, after it's successful trial implementation in Uttar Pradesh. Prerequisite is digital records of RC of vehicle should be available with RTO. If it's not yet digitized, one can't pay tax online, they will have to go conventional manual way in respective office or get the RC and vehicle details digitized.Now, owners who have digital records can log on to the portal from any internet access point, and deposit their due taxes through net banking facility. This system will save them the trouble of physically coming to the transport office, RTO, while the department will be able to collect their taxes in a cashless and seamless way.Once the user logs on to the system and provides the required information about the vehicle, the software calculates and displays the tax amount payable. If the user accepts to make the payment, the portal redirects him to selected bank’s Internet Banking Site. The user then makes the payment from his bank account through secure Internet Banking. Once the transaction is complete, the software generates a detailed receipt, which can be printed by the user for his records.For checking the authenticity of receipt, the transport department officials will be able to cross-check the payment details by logging on to the portal using this web-based software. They can also view / print various reports which will be generated for officials of the transport department.That it, done... You have paid the tax.Easy, fast RTO seva, Tax payment done online.
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End of the road for Tata Indica and Tata Indigo as production ends: Here’s what makes Indica an iconic Tata carTata Indica and Tata Indigo sedan production has been stopped permanently by Tata Motors. Tata Indica has served the company for 20 long years and was first showcased in 1998. The car has helped the company to grow as a brand and here's why the Indica is an iconic car for Tata Motors.By: Ronak Shah May 23, 2018  1:19 PMIt’s official now! Tata Motors has ceased the production of its Tata Indica and Tata Indigo cars in India. Starting this financial year 2018-19, Tata Motors has not manufactured a single unit of its Indica hatch and Indigo sedan confirms data provided by SIAM. The company has tasted new success with its IMPACT design cars and old styling on the Indica and Indigo resulted in lower sales and this move was expected sooner or later. During the recently concluded the financial year 2017-18, Tata Motors had manufactured 1, 686 units of Indica and 556 units of its Indigo CS sedan. Gradually the company has now completely stopped the production of the said cars.Tata Motors company spokesperson said, “With the changing market dynamics and the evolution of Tata Motors design language towards impactful design, we have decided to phase out the Indica and the Indigo eCS, a common phenomenon in a product lifecycle.”In many ways, Tata Indica has been an iconic car for Tata in India. Ever since it was first showcased at 1998 Geneva Motor Show the hatchback was an aspirational buy for people who were upgrading from small cars to hatchbacks. Tata Indica is also India’s first fully indigenous car and ever since its launch has been the frontrunner in company’s product line-up. Tata Indica became famous with some very interesting integrated marketing campaigns and was introduced with the tagline “More car per car, ” the ad campaign focused on roomy interiors and affordability. Tata Indica became popular right from the word go and received over 1.15 lakh bookings in just one week of the launch and became the segment leader in just two years. Tata Indica’s success gave the company confidence to launch the all-new Indica in its second generation in 2008 and was named as Indica Vista.Interestingly, the company had showcased an electric version of its Indica Vista sedan way back in 2011 but never made it to production.“Establishing itself as a ‘coming of age car’ for India, the Indica has been a much loved and admired brand, ” the company’s spokesperson further added. The Indica was followed by the Tata Indigo launch in 2002. The Indigo too was received well in the PV market and has been much appreciated for its compact design and spacious interiors.To meet the upcoming emission and safety norms, Tata Motors is now streamlining its product strategy and not all existing cars may see a BS-VI future. Upgrading to BS-VI will require huge investments and it is expected that many of the slow-moving products will be discontinued from the Indian market. Tata Motors has showcased its new IMPACT 2.0 design language on its H5X SUV and 45X hatchback at the Auto Expo 2018. We expect the company to roll out a premium hatchback in India by 2020.After Tata Indica and Tata Indigo, we expect Tata Nano to cease production soon. In the month of April, the company only manufactured 45 units of its Nano. However, we might see Tata Nano being revived in an electric avatar. Not just Tata Motors, we expect other companies including Mahindra to discontinue some of its products from its line-up.While from a business point of view it is completely normal to see changes in product strategy, for many born in the Indica era the car has given many fond memories and has an emotional connection with the car. Tata Motors will continue to provide the required necessary service support to its existing Indica and Indigo customers.
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