Bhopal, July 12: The Congress party would announce its first list of candidates for the upcoming Madhya Pradesh assembly elections by August 30, said reports. Kamal Nath, who was made Madya Pradesh Congress chief in April, reportedly said that [...]
New Delhi, July 12: Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has threatened to organise a nationwide protest if the Centre or the state governments go ahead with the plan to overtake Hindu shrines in the country. The VHP and other RSS-affiliated organisations have [...]
Nobel peace prize laureate criticises policy while in South America promoting girls’ educationNobel peace prize laureate Malala Yousafzai has criticised as “cruel” Donald Trump’s policy of separating children from their parents at the US-Mexico border.“This is cruel, this is unfair and this is inhumane. I don’t know how anyone could do that,” Yousafzai said on Wednesday during her first visit to South America where she was promoting girls’ education. “I hope that the children can be together with their parents.” Related: US officials told to ask migrant parents: will you leave with or without children? Continue reading... [...]
New Delhi, July 12: Iran today said it will do its best to ensure security of oil supply to India, asserting that it has been a reliable energy partner for New Delhi. The clarification by Iranian Embassy came a day after [...]
New Delhi, July 12: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday interacted with members of Self-Help Groups (SHGs) through video-conferencing at 9:30 am on Thursday. During the interaction, Modi said,''Today you take any sector, you will see women working in [...]
Swirls of yellow paste made from ground bark decorate the cheeks of Rohingya Muslim women and girls in the refugee camps of Cox’s Bazar in southern Bangladesh. Thanaka, a type of sun protection that dates back centuries, is a common sight on the faces of the women, who say using the traditional cooling paste helps bring a sense of normality to camp life Continue reading... [...]
Amid ongoing reports of differences between BJP and JD(U), BJP president Amit Shah is set to meet Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar and discuss seat-sharing and other important issues during his Patna visit on Thursday. The meet will happen [...]
New Delhi, July 12: Amar Bhushan, the former special secretary of the Research and Analysis Wing has come up with his second offering. His first book, ‘Escape to no where,' dealt with a fictionalised account of the Rabinder Singh spy case [...]
Croatia ruthlessly exposed England’s limitations in the second half of the World Cup semi-final on Wednesday as Zlatko Dalic’s side fought back to secure a famous 2-1 extra-time victory. [...]
Croatia’s strength of character will serve them well in the World Cup final against France, their coach and players said after they came from behind for the third straight knockout match to beat England on Wednesday. [...]
Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the buccaneering wicketkeeper-batsman, is on the cusp of another record. Dhoni needs just 33 runs to reach the 10,000-run mark in One Day Internationals (ODIs) and can become the fourth Indian batsman after Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and Saurav Ganguly to achieve the landmark. [...]
Buying a TV today is a tough decision. There are too many options to choose from in every price range. Add to it the fact that if you increase your budget by a mere Rs 5,000 to Rs 7,000, you will be e... [...]
Burmese doctor is changing attitudes to women’s rights and sexual health“There’s a hpou (a child’s toy), tayat ywa (mango leaf) and mout paung (sweets).” Pausing in her list of euphemisms, Dr Thet Su Htwe leans in to the microphone. “And even samosa,” she adds. At this, the rapt audience of young women gathered at her workshop shrieks and bursts into chatter.“Why are we still afraid to say the word ‘vagina’?” the doctor asks finally. Related: The Upside – sign up for our weekly email Related: Baby blues: rural Myanmar’s desperate need for family planning services At first I wasn’t sure whether to call it just reproductive health, as to use the word sexuality might scare people Continue reading... [...]
New Delhi, July 12: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh will visit Bangladesh from 13th July to 15th July. During the three-day visit, Singh is expected to meet Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and discuss various bilateral issues. In his [...]
New Delhi, July 12: After a better road connectivity for Char Dham in Uttarakhand now railway connectivity too is happening in the state not only in terms of laying down railway track but running trains as well with the Railways ministry [...]
New Delhi, July 11: A plea was filed in the Delhi High Court today seeking removal of certain scenes from the Netflix series 'Sacred Games', claiming that some of its content was derogatory to former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. [...]
Hyderabad, July 11: Amidst standoff between the BJP-led Centre and the Telugu Desam Party (TDP), Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari, who is in Andhra Pradesh today (July 11), said ‘developmental activities and politics' should not be mixed. Gadkari [...]
We broke the news last Saturday, and now Tata Motors has formally announced it – the highly awaited production-spec H5X SUV is named the Tata Harrier.
If you've been following the developments closely, you'll know the H5X was internally known as the ‘Harrier’, sticking to the carmaker's pattern of codenaming its models after birds. This time around, however, Tata Motors has gone a step further and finalised Harrier as the H5X's market name.
Interestingly, Harrier will be the name of the five-seat version of the SUV. A seven-seat version that will come later will get a different name. The Harrier will be launched in January 2019 with a Fiat-sourced 2.0-litre diesel engine.
If you're thinking you've heard the Harrier name before, it's because Toyota retails a mid-size SUV with the same name in global markets. However, the identical name will hardly be an issue in India, since the Toyota Harrier is not sold here.
In the build-up to the Harrier's launch, Tata Motors is working on beefing up its sales network as well. It's also understood that customers will be in for a richer experience as the company is set to give its dealerships a premium makeover, with the possibility of an area specially designed to showcase the Harrier and other future premium models.
The Harrier made its debut as the stunning Concept H5X at the Auto Expo earlier this year. Sketches of the production version suggest the car will stay largely true to the concept's and that the model will retain the high-set LED headlights. Other stylistic elements include a new, more defined interpretation of Tata’s trademark ‘humanity line’ that connects the headlights and grille.
Do you like the Harrier name for the H5X, or were you expecting a different name? Let us know in the comments section below. [...]
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Kuldeep Singh Sengar charged with raping teenager who tried to set fire to herself after police did not act on her complaint Indian federal investigators have charged a politician from the country’s ruling party with raping a teenager whose plight was ignored by police until she tried to set herself alight. Related: Man who accused Indian politician of raping daughter dies in custody Continue reading... [...]
New Delhi, July 11: In a dramatic development, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has intervened into the infighting of the district Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders in Azamgarh by replacing the in-charge of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rally in [...]
New Delhi, July 11: The Centre has told the Supreme Court that adultery must remain an offence to preserve the sanctity of a marriage. Section 497 of the Indian Penal Code currently is only applicable to men having sex [...]
Vasundhara Raje to embark on statewide yatra as assembly elections approach [...]
India will become a Hindu Pakistan if BJP comes to power in 2019: Shashi Tharoor [...]
Congress demands apology from CM Fadnavis as state slips in ease of doing business rankings [...]
Government says executions will resume after moratorium of almost 50 years, citing Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugsSri Lanka will begin hanging drug dealers, ending a near-half-century moratorium on executions, as officials promised explicitly to “replicate the success” of the Philippines’ grisly war on drugs.Sri Lanka’s decision to cite the Philippines as its model is certain to draw criticism. Under president Rodrigo Duterte 4,200 drug suspects have been killed in the Philippines, although rights groups say the true number could be at least triple that figure. Related: 'I want the world to know': Tamil men accuse Sri Lanka of rape and torture Continue reading... [...]
Srinagar, July 11: An army personnel was killed and another was grievously injured in an encounter with the terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara district on Wednesday. The gunbattle between the security forces and the terrorists is still said to be [...]
New Delhi, Jul 10: Attorney General K K Venugopal on Tuesday recused himself from appearing in the hearing before the Supreme Court on a clutch of pleas seeking decriminalisation of consensual gay sex, saying he had represented one of the petitioners [...]