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Tesla Model 3 will be for sale on 31 March, with a $1,000 reservation fee 11.2.2016 The Guardian -- Front Page

The mass-market electric car, which will be the third in Tesla’s fleet, won’t arrive in driveways until at least 2017

Tesla’s fourth car, the Model 3, will be revealed on 31 March, chief executive Elon Musk told shareholders on the company’s quarterly earnings call.

Long awaited, the Model 3 is intended to be Tesla’s first “moderately priced” car. Tesla has said that it will have a starting price of about $35,000, which will likely be reduced further by the electric vehicle subsidies on offer in many countries around the world.

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Thomas Edison - The Wizard of Menlo Park 11.2.2016 newindianexpress.com
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Mahindra and Mahindra showcases future of mobility to India's decision makers 11.2.2016 New Kerala: Business India
New Delhi, Feb 10 : Mahindra showcased its "Future of Mobility" program to key decision makers at an event held at the Taj Palace in New Delhi last evening. The star attractions for the evening were Mahindra Racing's all new M2Electro Formula E electric racing car, the all new GenZe - Mahindra's first electric two wheeler and the new MGP30 racing motorcycle, together with the electric Verito and the Mahindra Reva E20.
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Elon Musk says he 'feels good' as Tesla forecasts first profits 11.2.2016 The Guardian -- Front Page

After several ‘excruciating’ financial months that included $67m in unplanned costs, the electric car maker says it will start making money this year

Elon Musk, chief executive of electric luxury car maker Tesla Motors, promised investors on Wednesday that the company will start making money this year, sending the its shares up sharply despite a wider fourth-quarter loss.

Tesla shares rose more than 10% in after-hours trading after the company forecast a 60 to 80% increase in vehicle sales this year, and promised it would turn a profit on an adjusted basis. It will start generating positive cash flow in March.

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Mahindra to leverage on Formula E learning for electric cars 10.2.2016 Asian Age: Business
In India there is no race (Formula E) but there is a lot of TV viewership. New Delhi: Homegrown auto major Mahindra &Mahindra is working to apply the learnings from Formula E racing on its electric cars as it looks to ride on rising awareness for eco-friendly vehicles. The company, which has bagged large orders for its electric cars from taxi aggregators in Bengaluru and the Capital, is hopeful that 2016 will mark the "taking off" for electric mobility in India riding on government support and popularisation through the world championship racing of electric cars, Formula E. "Our hope is that through the racing we will be able to bring technologies to our road cars. It is a gradual thing," Mahindra & Mahindra Executive Director Pawan Goenka told PTI. He, however, hastened to add that it is a long process and not something that would happen in a year as what goes into racing cars are too expensive to come immediately to road cars. Bullish on the growth of electric vehicles in India, Goenka said taxi ...
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Import duty may go on used cooking oil to boost bio-diesel use 10.2.2016 New Kerala: Business India
New Delhi, Feb 10 : The government is considering removal of import duty on used cooking oil for its conversion into bio-diesel in a move aimed at pollution control, Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Wednesday.
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Mahindra to leverage on Formula E learning for electric cars 10.2.2016 Asian Age: Business
In India there is no race (Formula E) but there is a lot of TV viewership. New Delhi: Homegrown auto major Mahindra &Mahindra is working to apply the learnings from Formula E racing on its electric cars as it looks to ride on rising awareness for eco-friendly vehicles. The company, which has bagged large orders for its electric cars from taxi aggregators in Bengaluru and the Capital, is hopeful that 2016 will mark the "taking off" for electric mobility in India riding on government support and popularisation through the world championship racing of electric cars, Formula E. "Our hope is that through the racing we will be able to bring technologies to our road cars. It is a gradual thing," Mahindra & Mahindra Executive Director Pawan Goenka told PTI. He, however, hastened to add that it is a long process and not something that would happen in a year as what goes into racing cars are too expensive to come immediately to road cars. Bullish on the growth of electric vehicles in India, Goenka said taxi ...
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Mahindra and Mahindra Showcases Future of Mobility to India’s Decision Makers 10.2.2016 newindianexpress.com
Mahindra showcased its “Future of Mobility” program to key decision makers at an event held at the Taj Palace in New Delhi.
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Mahindra and Mahindra showcases future of mobility to India's decision makers 10.2.2016 Sify Finance
-NewsVoir): Mahindra showcased its "Future of Mobility" program to key decision makers at an event held at the Taj Palace in New Delhi last evening. The star attractions for the evening were
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Left because I didn't see eye-to-eye with Mahindra Racing boss: Karun Chandhok (Lead, correcting headline) (IANS Interview) 10.2.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Indian racing driver Karun Chandhok says that his last few days in Formula E were uneasy as he did not see eye-to-eye with Mahindra Racing team principal Dilbagh Gill, adding that a "blame game" began as the outfit wasn't performing as expected.
City roads now have a new safety hazard 10.2.2016 Hindu: News
Political parties put up vinyl flex boards on lamp and traffic signal posts along busy roads
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Going the extra mile 10.2.2016 All Companies Stories
Apart from being a stiff competitor to Uber, Ola is continuously adding new products and services beyond taxis
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21st century businesses 10.2.2016 All Companies Stories
Asset-light companies with a strong brand franchise or deep customer relationships are leading the way
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International card cloning gang member held in Delhi 9.2.2016 All News-IANS Stories
A 25-year-old member of an international credit and debit card cloning gang has been arrested here for cheating many people across India by withdrawing money from their accounts, police said on Tuesday.
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'Robot' Bus to be Tested in Australia 9.2.2016 newindianexpress.com
A French-made robot bus is set to be tested in Australia as part of wider preparations for the use of autonomous vehicles on local roads.
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'Robot' bus to be tested in Australia 9.2.2016 All News-IANS Stories
A French-made robot bus is set to be tested in Australia as part of wider preparations for the use of autonomous vehicles on local roads.
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Plan to introduce amphibious plane on Ganga: Nitin Gadkari 9.2.2016 Asian Age: India
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari. (Photo: PTI) An amphibious aircraft will be operated between Varanasi and Kolkata, says Gadkari. The Centre is working on a proposal to ply an amphibious aircraft on the Ganga between Varanasi and Kolkata and has a target of developing 111 waterways in the country. "My target is to develop waterways in rivers. Parliament has given the consent to such five inland waterways in which Ganga and Brahmaputra are included. The target is to develop 111 such waterways. There will be trade up to Bangladesh and Myanmar through waterways. An amphibious aircraft will be operated between Varanasi and Kolkata. It will be a cheaper mode of transport," Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said yesterday at a public meeting here. "620 km-long Farrakha to Patna inland waterway will be completed 6 months," he said. Electric bikes, buses and cars will also be introduced in two years to boost environment protection, he said. "These vehicles will be operated with lithium-ion battery that is used in ...
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'Robot' bus to be tested in Australia 9.2.2016 New Kerala: Technology
Sydney, Feb 9 : A French-made robot bus is set to be tested in Australia as part of wider preparations for the use of autonomous vehicles on local roads.
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Japan worried about 2020 problem, or life after the Olympics 9.2.2016 Deccan Herald - Sports
Japan is gearing up for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics with gusto, investing in everything from stadiums to electric cars, and expecting an economic bonanza from a construction frenzy and an influx of visitors. On the face of it, hosting the Olympics is a big win for Japan at a time when its economy seems besieged by intractable problems. The Bank of Japan estimates the economic perk at 30 trillion yen (USD 250 billion), many times even the highest estimate of the costs to prepare for and run the event. But for some, 2020 is another manifestation of what has been going wrong in Japan for decades. Instead of modernizing the economy and taking other steps to address the powerful headwinds of an aging population and shrinking workforce, the government has turned again to its well-worn playbook of borrow and hope. Discussion and fears about what Japan can turn to for an economic lifeline after the Olympics have become so commonplace its even been given a name: the 2020 problem. Japan "will overstretch itself," ...
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Plan to introduce amphibious plane on Ganga: Nitin Gadkari 9.2.2016 Asian Age: India
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari. (Photo: PTI) An amphibious aircraft will be operated between Varanasi and Kolkata, says Gadkari. The Centre is working on a proposal to ply an amphibious aircraft on the Ganga between Varanasi and Kolkata and has a target of developing 111 waterways in the country. "My target is to develop waterways in rivers. Parliament has given the consent to such five inland waterways in which Ganga and Brahmaputra are included. The target is to develop 111 such waterways. There will be trade up to Bangladesh and Myanmar through waterways. An amphibious aircraft will be operated between Varanasi and Kolkata. It will be a cheaper mode of transport," Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said yesterday at a public meeting here. "620 km-long Farrakha to Patna inland waterway will be completed 6 months," he said. Electric bikes, buses and cars will also be introduced in two years to boost environment protection, he said. "These vehicles will be operated with lithium-ion battery that is used in ...
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