Satish lost by a unanimous 0:5 verdict to Frazer Clarke of England after an extremely hard fought final in which both boxers pushed themselves to the limit. [...]
English Premier League champions Manchester City said on Tuesday Aguero will likely miss the rest of the season after having minor knee surgery. [...]
Hamilton has not won since last year`s U.S. Grand Prix in October, a run of six without standing on the top step of the podium. [...]
Former VHP leader Pravin Togadia on Tuesday began an indefinite fast here to press his demands, including construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya, and said Prime Minister Narendra Modi would face a "Hindu backlash" in the general elections if the [...]
Mivi Collar is an entry level wireless headphone, which faces tough competition from more mature audio device manufacturing companies like Jabra, JBL, Sony and others. There are a slew of other earpho... [...]
Delhiites may soon be paid for unscheduled power cuts at your home if lieutenant governor Anil Baijal approves the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government's proposal to penalise distribution companies. The compensation would be provided to consumers in their monthly electricity bills. [...]
Suspicions were raised about Adnan Khurram, 19, because he had so much free time Delhi police have arrested a teenager who posed as a doctor for at least five months at one of India’s most prestigious medical institutions.Adnan Khurram, 19, was friends with doctors and medical students at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi, where he was active in hospital politics and posted pictures of himself to his Instagram page – @Dr.Adnan_Khurram – wearing a stethoscope and face mask. Related: Indian doctors protest against plan to let ‘quacks’ practise medicine Continue reading... [...]
Seven people were killed and several others injured on Tuesday after strong winds of up to 98 km per hour hit the West Bengal capital and its adjoining areas, disrupting public transport and traffic, officials said. Unconfirmed sources, however, [...]
Ugly Hindu nationalism and the ruling regime’s sense of impunity are common factors in these appalling crimesA chilling leitmotif of Nordic crime fiction is a child leaving home to play, never to return. Detectives search out trails pointing to sexual violence and murder, and by degrees it becomes clear that the crime is not isolated: it is the symptom of a damaged community. The abduction, gang-rape, and murder in India of eight-year-old Asifa Bano reveals such damage on a terrifying scale. It shows that the slow sectarian poison released into the country’s bloodstream by its Hindu nationalists has reached full toxicity.Where government statistics say four rapes are reported across the country every hour, sexual assault is no longer news. Indian minds have been rearranged by the constant violence of their surroundings. Crimes against women, children and minority communities are normalised enough for only the most sensational to be reported. The reasons Asifa’s ordeal has shaken a nation exhausted by brutality are four. The victim was a little girl. She was picked because she was Muslim. The murder was not the act of isolated deviants but allegedly of well-organised Hindu zealots. And the men who are accused of raping her included a retired government official and two serving police officers. Related: Muslim rape-murder case in India disrupted by Hindu groups Related: Indian court orders arrest of politician for gang-rape Continue reading... [...]
The media must question Modi about the involvement of his party members in these atrocities, write signatories including Meena Kandasamy, Sarah Green and Pragna PatelIn the context of Indian PM Narendra Modi’s visit to the UK, we are deeply shocked at the gut-wrenching violence against women and children in India being defended by politicians of Modi’s ruling Hindu rightwing party, the BJP.Hindu extremists, or their associates, stand implicated in rape and murder while some BJP leaders actively mobilise to defend them and undermine the rule of law (Reports, 12 April and 17 April). Continue reading... [...]
This sure provides for an interesting contest. The BJP has decided to field a couple from the Chikodi and Nippani constituencies. The BJP has given tickets to Anna Saheb Jolle and his wife Shashikala Jolle from the Chikkodi and Nippani constituencies [...]
The biggest setback for the National Investigation Agency in the Mecca Masjid blast probe were the witnesses. A majority of the witnessed turned hostile as the trial began. Moreover, in the pre-trial stage, several witnesses were dropped. Out of the 226 [...]
Aditya Patel got a new start to the 2018 Blancpain GT Series Asia season with OD Racing Team WRT at the Sepang International Circuit. However, the first two races did not go as planned, for the team.
The Audi R8 LMS GT3 was doing well in race 1 until the car’s hose pipe broke, costing the team what could have been a podium finish. In race 2, however, it was the higher temperatures that proved to be the problem. Both Aditya Patel and Mitch Gilbert had to drive a little more cautiously to finish the race and collect a single point.
Gilbert started race 2 from 11th position on the grid, after which he fought hard to gain a few sports but the brakes were wearing too quickly causing him to lower the pace. However, he kept his place and passed the car over to Aditya Patel in 12th position. After this, a smooth pit-stop and steady pace allowed Patel to make up two places and finish the race in 10th.
Gilbert was quoted saying, “I thought we were making progress over the weekend but we just keep coming across issues. We still have some work to do and we have a month to figure out what to do for the next round. At least we scored that one point today, and yesterday we could’ve scored six or seven points or more. So when we have a tough weekend we just have to make sure that we keep scoring points.”
The next race will be held on the 12th and 13th May, at the Chang International Circuit in Thailand. [...]
Land Rover started accepting bookings for the upcoming 2018 Range Rover and the Range Rover Sport. The British marquee is giving a mid-cycle update to its flagship SUVs, with the most significant changes made to the exteriors and the interior. As before, the refreshed Range Rover will get a long-wheelbase version, along with the regular version.
The refreshed Range Rover initially made a debut at the last LA Motor Show and was later spied testing in India, wearing a heavy camouflage. On the outside, the 2018 Range Rover has received significant changes to its face. It gets new Pixel-laser LED headlamps that inset into the gloss black fringes of the refreshed grille, which is designed in a new Atlas mesh pattern. In addition, the new Range Rover models also get a different bumper design, tweaked tail-lamps and a more tapered rake for the rear windscreen.
On the inside, the cabin is quite a departure from the previous car and replicates the Velar to a large extent. For instance, the new Touch Pro Duo infotainment system sports two 10-inch touchscreens on the centre console (the top one being adjustable for angle) that allow access to a vast range of features inside the cabin, similar to the Velar. However, there are features which remain exclusive in this flagship, like the new front seats with heated armrests, up to 17 connecting points for charging and multimedia, a deployable centre console at the rear, hot stone seat massage function, gesture-controlled sunblinds, cabin air purifier, 4G Wi-Fi hotspot connectivity for up to eight devices and adaptive cruise control with the queue assist function.
Though equipment and design updates are extensive, the flagships remain the same at their heart and continue to derive power from the same petrol and diesel engines that did duty in the outgoing models. Their engine range starts with the 247hp, 3.0-litre V6 diesel and goes up to the 551hp, 5.0-litre supercharged V8 petrol.
Prices of the pre-facelift Range Rover that retails in India start at Rs 1.66 crore and goes up to Rs 3.61 crore (ex-showroom). When it arrives, the new model will rival the likes of the Mercedes-Benz GLS, BMW X5 and the Audi Q7.
2018 Range Rover Sport SVR facelift review, test drive
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Aam Aadmi Party released its 2nd list of candidates for Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018 at the Bangalore Press Club. In charge of State Political Affairs and Co-Convener, Shivakumar Chengalraya released the list. People are eagerly looking for alternate politics [...]
The Jodhpur High Court will on April 25 hear a plea by the Rajasthan Police to pronounce the judgement in a rape case against self-styled godman Asaram Bapu to avoid any law and order situation in the city. The [...]
Former actress convicted in Neeraj Grover murder booked for conning people [...]
Rahul Gandhi slams PM Modi, accuses BJP government of destroying banking system [...]
The in-form Rajasthan Royals (RR) will be confident of a third consecutive victory when they take on Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in the Indian Premier League (IPL) here on Wednesday. [...]
Serbia's Novak Djokovic earned his first Masters 1,000 win this year after defeating fellow Serbian Dusan Lajovic 6-0, 6-1 in the first round of the Monte Carlo Masters. [...]
The Afghanistan legspinner has made rapid strides since making his international debut in 2015 as a 17-year-old and in February became the youngest to top the ICC rankings for bowlers in T20Is and ODIs. [...]
As Kathmandu overflows with trash, the city is seeking not just to transform attitudes to waste – but the waste itselfFrom the air, Kathmandu seems to have a thousand winking eyes as the sun hits the solar panels installed on many homes across the city. But on the ground, the sun illuminates something very different: piles of plastic and household rubbish, strewn amongst the pagodas and along the labyrinthine streets. When we said we are building a playground and the materials come or we find them, everyone began laughingWe as the human race have hit the wall to some extent, and places like Kathmandu are the front bumper against that wallSo many youngsters are involved that often the mindset gets changed at home: kids tell their parents to use less plastic. Related: Has air pollution made Kathmandu unliveable? Continue reading... [...]
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Monday said the word 'India' is derived from the river Indus, and suggested the more inclusive 'Bharat' as an alternative way of addressing the country. "India came from Indus, is there Cauvery in it? [...]
Protests across country after another rape allegedly involving BJP lawmakerEight men have appeared in court accused of involvement in the rape and murder of an eight-year-old Muslim girl in India’s Jammu and Kashmir state.It is the first hearing in a case that sparked nationwide outrage and criticism of the ruling Bharatiya Janata party. Related: Muslim rape-murder case in India disrupted by Hindu groups Continue reading... [...]
The Congress on Monday demanded a court-monitored probe into the rape-and-murder of an eight-year-old girl in Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir and sought police protection to the lawyer who is fighting the case of the rape victim. Senior Congress [...]
Piaggio’s two-wheeled Vespa scooter was the ultimate status symbol for Pakistani bike aficionados in the 1960s and 70s, when only a handful of people could afford to import luxury items from Europe. These days dedicated fans are restoring the vintage scooters Continue reading... [...]
Hours after acquitting Swami Aseemanand and four others in the 2007 Mecca Masjid blast case, the NIA special court judge Ravindra Reddy has resigned. Reportedly, Reddy has submitted his resignation letter to the Chief Justice of Hyderabad High Court citing personal resons. [...]
The Delhi High Court on Monday asked Chief Minister why cannot he apologise to a constable for allegedly using the slang 'thulla' for policemen, when he has been seeking pardon from others like Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. Justice Anu Malhotra [...]