TVS Motor to look at other options for "Flame" engine

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MUMBAI, Feb 19 (Reuters) - India's third-largest motorcycle maker TVS Motor Co Ltd is looking at alternative engine options for its 'Flame' motorcycle, whose sales have been stalled by an interim court order, a senior official said on Tuesday. TVS has been locked in a legal dispute with India's No 2 motorcycle maker Bajaj Auto Ltd over technology used in the engine of 'Flame.' The Madras High Court on Saturday upheld Bajaj's plea to restrain TVS from selling the new model. "We have more ...

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