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It’s a long, excruciating wait for a new car; cancellations are up, buyer sentiment down

It’s been an endless wait for car buyers as supply chain disruptions continue to rock the automobile industry, creating shortages through the entire line. With waiting times extending to as much as 90 weeks — or nearly two years — customers are having to deal with the prospect of not being able to get their chosen vehicles in a reasonable ... Read More »

Man Shot In Face For Resisting Robbery In Delhi, Hospitalised: Police

A 35-year-old man was shot in face by four unidentified people who opened fire at him from inside a car in a bid to snatch his gold chain and bracelet, police said on Monday. Pradeep Singh, who runs a salon, was injured in his cheek and was taken to a hospital. He was having an ice-cream with his brother-in-law Simar ... Read More »

Mahindra Organises Jungle Trail Experience for Mojo Owners

Mahindra Two Wheelers organised its first ever Jungle Trail, which was a 4 day ride through the forests of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Basically a riding experience for Mahindra Mojo owners and a few members of the media, the ‘Mojo Tribe’ started their ride at Alfa Motors, Bengaluru and rode through Chikmagluru, Madikeri and Masinagudi, travelling almost 900 kilometres. The Jungle Trail was ... Read More »

These IT Firms Are Banned From Applying For US H-1B Visas, Says Report

A new study from National Foundation for American Policy shows that the US government is making things worse for major Indian IT companies. They revealed the denial rate of H-1B visas touched 24 per cent in the third quarter of the current fiscal year. Other than denial of H-1B visa petitions, The US Department of Labor has recently revealed the ... Read More »

Buying a new car is a challenge amid a global chip shortage and limited inventory. Here are tips for finding a decent deal

Being in the market for a new car right now is challenging, to say the least. Heading into the long Labor Day weekend, transaction prices remain elevated. While the three-day stretch normally marks when dealerships hold big sales events to clear their lots and make room for next year’s models, low inventory and strong consumer demand mean fewer incentives are ... Read More »

How to Prepare for JEE Mains – Tips to Crack IIT Without Coaching

Cracking JEE Mains is a dream of every student who opts for science stream after class 10th. Their minds are flooded with many questions like: How to prepare for JEE Mains 2020? What are the best books for JEE Mains preparation? Should I join coaching for JEE Mains or not? Eduncle has come up with a perfect solution for your ... Read More »

New York auto show postponed for first time since WWII over coronavirus

Organizers of the New York International Auto Show are postponing the 12-day conference until late-August due to the evolving coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. — the first time the annual event has been rescheduled since WWII. The public show, which was set to begin early next month, is now scheduled for Aug. 28 through Sept. 6, the Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association, ... Read More »

Future of Work 2020: Building for Bharat and evolving fintech solutions

When Vineeth Narasimhan, CTO, Kristal.AI, received a call from an apple grower in Himachal Pradesh, a first-time investor, asking how he could buy shares in Apple and Google, it was one in a series of examples of the growing aspirations of small-town India or ‘Bharat’. Building for Bharat was one of the key themes at a panel discussion on ‘The ever-evolving ‘tech’ ... Read More »

The son of Saudi Arabia’s Warren Buffett sees a big future for Beyond Meat and plant-based foods

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia may not be the first place that comes to mind when you think about vegan diets, but the son of one of the country’s most influential investors is betting big that plant-based meats will become the norm globally in just a few years. Prince Khaled bin Alwaleed, an avowed vegan and the founder and chief ... Read More »

Neighbours key for our future: Mizoram’s elder statesman

In the 1960s, Pu Bualhranga walked the hills of Myanmar and Bangladesh as a top leader of Mizo National Front then spearheading a powerful insurgent movement against India. Now in his mid-eighties, he advises his former comrades now ruling Mizoram and is treated as the wise old man who seen much ups and downs. “I have been a legislator of People’s Conference but never ... Read More »