India not ready for electric cars, says Volkswagen India chief

The managing director of Volkswagen India, Andreas Lauermann, has just put expression to what most car buyers seem to think, that India is not yet ready for electric cars. Unlike petrol and diesel powered cars, electric cars sold in India

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Toyota Would Be Insane Not To Call Its New Sports Car The ‘Supra’

A rendering of what the new “Supra” could look like. We have only seen spy shots of the car to date. Illustration credit: Marco van Overbeekewith aid from Trinity Animation and Sam Woolley/GMG In the sea of crossovers and bad branding that is this year’s LA Auto Show, we

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Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cars In USA Will Not Have A Hood Ornament Anymore

The three-pointed star ornament on Mercedes-Benz cars was one of the most important identifying points of the entire range. The three pointed star enclosed in a circle is one of the most iconic symbols in the world of automobiles globally. But Mercedes-Benz

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Mother ‘not responsible’ for killing eight children in Australia

An Australian woman who killed eight children in a stabbing attack at her home will not stand trial because she was of “unsound mind” at the time. Raina Thaiday was experiencing a psychotic episode when she turned on her four

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Nougat update for Huawei Honor 6X might not arrive in March after all

Earlier this month, Huawei confirmed that the Nougat update for the Honor 6X will start rolling out in March. That was indeed a pleasant surprise given that the company had earlier said the rollout would begin in Q2 this year.

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AI beating humans? Not in my lifetime, says Google’s cloud chief

By Martyn Williams | Follow Senior U.S. Correspondent, IDG News Service | Nov 16, 2016 5:16 PM PT Diane Greene, senior vice president of Google, speaks at the Code Enterprise conference in San Francisco on November 15, 2016. Credit: Martyn

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Excess saffronisation of education might not be ideal for children

The RSS has endorsed re-writing textbooks and upholding Sanskrit, citing the importance of science, atomic concepts and plastic surgery in ancient India practiced by the Hindu geniuses. RSS RELATED STORIES First online ‘MOOC’ course to be launched at Oxford University

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