BMW's Mini hits Delhi

President, BMW Group India, Andreas Schaaf at the launch of Bird Automotive by MINI India. MINI India announced the opening of Bird Automotive, its fi
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President, BMW Group India, Andreas Schaaf at the launch of Bird Automotive by MINI India. MINI India announced the opening of Bird Automotive, its first dealership in Delhi. The new Bird Automotive dealership is located at Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. (Photo by M ZHAZO / Hindustan Times)
President, BMW Group India, Andreas Schaaf at the launch of Bird Automotive by MINI India. MINI India announced the opening of Bird Automotive, its first dealership in Delhi. The new Bird Automotive dealership is located at Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. (Photo by M ZHAZO / Hindustan Times)
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President, BMW Group India, Andreas Schaaf (L) and Managing Director, Bird Autumotive, Gaurav Bhatia (R) at the launch of Bird Automotive by MINI India. MINI India announced the opening of Bird Automotive, its first dealership in Delhi. The new Bird Automotive dealership is located at Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. (Photo by M ZHAZO / Hindustan Times
President, BMW Group India, Andreas Schaaf (L) and Managing Director, Bird Autumotive, Gaurav Bhatia (R) at the launch of Bird Automotive by MINI India. MINI India announced the opening of Bird Automotive, its first dealership in Delhi. The new Bird Automotive dealership is located at Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. (Photo by M ZHAZO / Hindustan Times
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Andreas Schaaf, Pressident, BMW Group India, and Gaurav Bhatia, Managing Director, launching the new car MINI COOPER , at a press conference in New Delhi on Wednesday. Agencies
Andreas Schaaf, Pressident, BMW Group India, and Gaurav Bhatia, Managing Director, launching the new car MINI COOPER , at a press conference in New Delhi on Wednesday. Agencies

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Andreas Schaaf, president, BMW Group India, and Gaurav Bhatia, Managing Director, launching the new car Mini Cooper, at a press conference in New Delhi. Agencies
Andreas Schaaf, president, BMW Group India, and Gaurav Bhatia, Managing Director, launching the new car Mini Cooper, at a press conference in New Delhi. Agencies
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President, BMW Group India Andreas Schaaf (R) and Managing Director, Bird Autumotive, Gaurav Bhatia (L) at the launch of Bird Automotive by MINI India. MINI India announced the opening of Bird Automotive, its first dealership in Delhi. The new Bird Automotive dealership is located at Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. (Photo by M ZHAZO / Hindustan Times)
President, BMW Group India Andreas Schaaf (R) and Managing Director, Bird Autumotive, Gaurav Bhatia (L) at the launch of Bird Automotive by MINI India. MINI India announced the opening of Bird Automotive, its first dealership in Delhi. The new Bird Automotive dealership is located at Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. (Photo by M ZHAZO / Hindustan Times)
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Andreas Schaaf, president, BMW Group India, at the launch of the dealership for its iconic brand Mini, in New Delhi. The dealership, Bird Automotive, is the first one in New Delhi and the second such in the country. Stating that the auto industry is working in a very 'fragile economic environment' in India, the German luxury car maker said any move to levy more taxes on diesel vehicles will be counter-productive. M zhazo / ht photos
Andreas Schaaf, president, BMW Group India, at the launch of the dealership for its iconic brand Mini, in New Delhi. The dealership, Bird Automotive, is the first one in New Delhi and the second such in the country. Stating that the auto industry is working in a very 'fragile economic environment' in India, the German luxury car maker said any move to levy more taxes on diesel vehicles will be counter-productive. M zhazo / ht photos
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Andreas Schaaf, president, BMW Group India, at the launch of the dealership for its iconic brand Mini, in New Delhi on Wednesday. The dealership, Bird Automotive, is the first one in New Delhi and the second such in the country. Stating that the auto industry is working in a very 'fragile economic environment' in India, the German luxury car maker said any move to levy more taxes on diesel vehicles will be counter-productive. M zhazo / ht photos
Andreas Schaaf, president, BMW Group India, at the launch of the dealership for its iconic brand Mini, in New Delhi on Wednesday. The dealership, Bird Automotive, is the first one in New Delhi and the second such in the country. Stating that the auto industry is working in a very 'fragile economic environment' in India, the German luxury car maker said any move to levy more taxes on diesel vehicles will be counter-productive. M zhazo / ht photos
First Published Date: 06 Jun 2012, 23:01 PM IST
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