Hi I am from India..
Even Indians were very frustrated with the bike manufacturers before 1999. all Indians were provided with were bikes not more than 100 c.c.. of course Royal Enfield bikes were there with 350 c.c and 500 c.c engines, but these were touring bikes. Indians wanted some normal street bikes with higher capacity than 100 c.c
then in 1999 hero honda introduced the CBZ it was India's first 150 C.C bike.. Indians went crazy over the CBZ.. then in 2001 Bajaj Auto introduced India's first home made 150 C.C bike the PULSAR.. The Pulsar today is the highest selling bike in the 150 c.c category.. Hero Honda has stopped production of the CBZ due to low sales due to competition from the Pulsar.. The CBZ suffered from low fuel efficiency compared to the Pulsar..
Another successful 150 Indian bike is the TVS MOTORS APACHE, the Apache started like as the FIERO but saw recent upgradations and is presently manufactured in the form of Apache.
after that companies started introducing 125 c.c bikes.. models of 125 c.c available are from Suzuki, Yahama, Honda, Hero Honda, Bajaj Auto, TVS Motors and LML Motors..
Right now 100 c.c bikes are also sold along with the 150 and 125 c.c's. the following manufacturers make 100 c.c bikes- Yahama, Hero Honda, Bajaj Auto, TVS Motors and LML Motors, Kinetic Engg.