Facebook has announced that it has successfully completed the first first full-scale test flight of Aquila, its solar-powered unmanned aircraft. The Aquila is a part of the company's efforts to br... [...]
The just-concluded convention of the Republican Party in Cleveland, Ohio was anything but conventional. The principal purpose of the nominating conventions is to signal party unity by putting aside personal differences and policy arguments that animated t [...]
New Delhi, Jul 22: A Kenyan woman who was confined illegally by two African nationals, has been rescued by the police from Rajpur Khurd in south Delhi's Mehrauli area following a complaint from a Kenyan embassy official, police said today. A [...]
Umesh Yadav and Mohammed Shami shared eight wickets among themselves as India bowled out West Indies for 243. (Source: AP)
A dominant India left West Indies staring at a possible i [...]
He also said that several organisations which owe affiliation to the RSS
were unregistered and therefore it was difficult to track down the
money collected. [...]
LOS ANGELES About 300 homes were evacuated as a fast-moving wildfire burned through some 11,000 acres (4,450 hectares) of parched land northwest of Los Angeles on Saturday, the County of Los Angeles Fire Department said.
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Authorities have arrested another man suspected of belonging to a group that allegedly discussed carrying out attacks during the Olympics, Brazilian police said today. [...]
India bowled out the West Indies for 243 to take a massive first-innings lead of 323 runs on day three of the first cricket Test here today. [...]
The former Punjab CM said till today, senior party leaders had reached out to the workers in 71 assembly constituencies and by 8 August, all the 117 constituencies will be covered in the first phase.
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Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh on Saturday alleged that "huge funds" collected by the RSS on the occasion of Guru Purnima, were unaccounted as many organisations which owe affiliation to it are unregistered.
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The BJP on Saturday held demonstrations across Uttar Pradesh demanding arrest of BSP leader Naseemuddin Siddiqui over derogatory remarks made against women members of expelled BJP leader Dayashankar Singh's family.
The post BJP protest for Naseemuddin Siddiqui’s arrest, Dayashankar Singh’s re-induction appeared first on Firstpost. [...]
The Maharashtra government has done well not to give in to pressure to rollback its decision to delist fruits and vegetables from the state’s Agriculture Produce Market Committee (APMC) Act. Delisting basically allows companies or traders to buy produce [...]
Once there was an actor who quit a stable job as a bus conductor to explore life in cinema. He started with minor roles, played the villain, graduated to character roles, moved on to playing the hero, and then transformed into a superstar. Somewhere along [...]
Guwahati, July 22: Expressing concern over the chief minister's security, the ruling and opposition members in the Assam assembly on Friday requested Sarbananda Sonowal to accept Z+ security cover considering the threat perception in the state.Sonowal, who has been refusing to [...]
Ranchi, July 22: Legislators of Jharkhand Assembly today planted saplings while Governor Droupadi Murmu and Chief Minister Raghubar Das renewed their appeals to the people to make the ongoing plantation of one crore saplings a success by July 31. As the [...]
Telltale's take on Batman finally has a release date, Star Trek Beyond hits theatres, Vin Diesel reprises his role as Xander Cage in xXx: The Return of Xander Cage and a whole lot more.
At least 80 dead and more than 230 wounded after attack on demonstration by minority group, which makes up 9% of populationAt least 80 people have been killed and hundreds injured after two suicide bombers struck a peaceful protest in Kabul by a Shia minority group. Responsibility for the attack, which appears to have targeted a demonstration by the Hazara minority, was claimed by Islamic State via the group’s news agency, Amaq. If true, it would mark the first attack by Isis in Kabul, and its largest ever in Afghanistan. Related: Hazara people march on Kabul in power line protest Related: Kabul’s expat bubble used to be like Boogie Nights – now it’s more like Panic Room Continue reading... [...]
Ahmedabad: Women members of Dalit Community carry a portrait of BR Ambedkar as they block the traffic during a protest in Ahmedabad on Wednesday against the assault on dalit members by cow pr [...]
A research study suggests that animal abusers are five times more likely than non-abusers to commit other violent crimes like rape and murder. (Source: Express Archive)
In March thi [...]
Bengaluru, July 23: 9 people were killed after a gunman opened fire in a mall in Munich. The shooter was allegedly shot down by officials. Meanwhile, Indian aid worker Judith Dsouza, who was abducted in Kabul last month has been rescued. [...]
Chennai, Jul 23: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar is likely to visit Tambaram air base near Chennai today after an AN 32 aircraft of the Indian Air Force went missing with 29 personnel on board. Parrikar, who was briefed by IAF chief [...]
Mclaren Track22 strategy entails new car launches that include hybrids, track specials and an iconic F1 remake. [...]
Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo wound up third fastest, just 0.172s slower than second-placed Hamilton in a session he called "crazy". [...]
All-new Mercedes G-Class not arriving before 2018.
So far this year, Daimler has unveiled the 2016 Mercedes E-Class, 2016 Mercedes E-Class LWB, 2016 Mercedes E-Class Estate, 2016 Mercedes CLA and Mercedes GLC Coupe. The German auto giant has many more models set to roll-out in 2017, which it has revealed in its Q2 and H2 2016 results report.
The new generation Mercedes E-Class range will be expanded next year with introduction of coupe and cabriolet versions.
In 2017, Daimler will introduce the next-gen Mercedes E-Class Coupe, next-gen Mercedes E-Class Cabriolet, a rugged version of the Mercedes E-Class Estate, which it currently refers to as ‘Mercedes E-Class All Terrain’ and the new Mercedes GLA (facelift) in the mainstream passenger car range.
Also debuting in 2017, will be the Mercedes-AMG GT C Roadster, that will be followed by the Mercedes-AMG GT C Coupe. Perhaps, the most important debut will be from the Mercedes-Benz Vans brand – the Mercedes Pickup (name TBA). The first-ever Mercedes-Benz pickup truck is said to be named Mercedes-Benz GLT, and has been confirmed to launch in Latin America, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and Europe.
The Mercedes-Benz pickup has been confirmed to launch in Latin America, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and Europe.
Also See: 2017 Mercedes GLA (facelift) spotted – Video
The official document confirms that the second generation Mercedes G-Class won’t be introduced in 2017. In India, the new Mercedes models expected to be launched by 2017 include the new generation Mercedes E-Class, new Mercedes CLA (facelift), Mercedes GLC Coupe and new Mercedes GLA (facelift).
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Avocado can be used as a first food for infants.
‘Feeding babies avocados, which has a neutral flavour, soft consistency and nutrient density, can help in boosting their gro [...]
Women indulging in smoking are more at risk of developing bleeding inside the lining of the brain.
Women indulging in smoking are more at risk of developing bleeding inside the li [...]
Indian-origin voters in the UK played a decisive role in Prime Minister David Cameron-led Conservatives winning the elections, with one million ethnic minority votes going in his favour, a post-poll survey said. The Conservatives won a majority as a resul [...]
An Indian-origin teacher has been honoured by Oxford University for helping one of her students get into the world-famous varsity. Gurnimrat ‘Nimmy’ Sidhu, head of science at Oaks Park High School in north-east London, is among 12 teachers to [...]