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Opple starts operations in India with first experience store in Chennai 29.1.2015 All Companies Stories
The $600 million Chinese lighting company Opple Lighting has commenced its operation in India by opening its an exclusive OPPLE experience retail store, set up a distributor, at Chennai.
Low oil prices won't hurt renewable energy, says US EIA 28.1.2015 Guardian: Environment

Tax incentives more important than oil price and oil is not in head-on competition with renewables for electricity production, says government’s chief energy analyst

Cheap oil is not about to kill off wind and solar power as some experts have claimed, the US government’s chief energy analyst said on Wednesday.

The historic drop in crude oil prices, with Brent crude trading at $49.04 a barrel in London on Wednesday, had raised fears that renewable energy sources would struggle to compete.

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Your wish is my command! 28.1.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Your wish is my command!
Red is the new Black 28.1.2015 Asian Age: Business
RIDE ALONG: The petrol CLA puts out 181bhp from 1991cc turbocharged four-pot Merc are launching a whopping 15 new models in India this year. And this CLA is part of the first wave While you were brushing your teeth and doing your taxes in 2014, Mercedes had their biggest ever year in India and sold a whopping 10,201 cars. As far as we’re concerned, they were our manufacturer of the year for 2014. Why? Ten new launches. All of them great cars. Before you can catch your breath, they’ve got fifteen (fifteen!!!) new launches lined up for this year. And what we’ve got here, is probably their most important new car the CLA Class. In theory, this is marriage made in heaven because it’s a small, sensible, well-priced saloon that has the driving dynamics of the A-Class with the svelte four-door-coupe styling cues from the CLS. But has it worked? To find out, I went to Goa… to drive the CLA. The first thing you need to know is that it looks stunning. Literally. People stopped and stared as I drove by in a red one. ...
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Technicality Sours Arjun's Day 28.1.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Red is the new Black 28.1.2015 Asian Age: Business
RIDE ALONG: The petrol CLA puts out 181bhp from 1991cc turbocharged four-pot Merc are launching a whopping 15 new models in India this year. And this CLA is part of the first wave While you were brushing your teeth and doing your taxes in 2014, Mercedes had their biggest ever year in India and sold a whopping 10,201 cars. As far as we’re concerned, they were our manufacturer of the year for 2014. Why? Ten new launches. All of them great cars. Before you can catch your breath, they’ve got fifteen (fifteen!!!) new launches lined up for this year. And what we’ve got here, is probably their most important new car the CLA Class. In theory, this is marriage made in heaven because it’s a small, sensible, well-priced saloon that has the driving dynamics of the A-Class with the svelte four-door-coupe styling cues from the CLS. But has it worked? To find out, I went to Goa… to drive the CLA. The first thing you need to know is that it looks stunning. Literally. People stopped and stared as I drove by in a red one. ...
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Oil politics: Why Obama’s Taj visit was cancelled due to Saudi King’s death 27.1.2015 FirstPost: Business

on. As of now shale oil is not going to replace cheap traditional oil, which is becoming more and more difficult to find.Hence, the Obamas need to go to Saudi Arabia and offer their condolences on King Abdullah's death as soon as possible. The Taj Mahal will have to wait.

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Internet of things set to take over Indian lives 27.1.2015 Asian Age: Business
Internet of things is expected to reach all corners of the world in seven years. App-controlled electric cars, cloud computing are becoming a common scenario While the internet took 25 years to connect people and products across the world, the new age devi-ces may help achieve the same within five to seven years with the rising ‘internet of things’. Ericsson vice-president and head (technology) Manoj Dawane says, “Today is the era of Internet of things where we are talking about machine to machine connectivity (M2M). Eric-sson’s connected vehicle cloud is one such example where with the help of cloud connectivity, we can control the vehicle through a remote device.” Mahindra, too in 2013 had launched Reva e2o in collaboration with Vodafone in metro cities here. The fully electric car is connected to the internet and can be controlled with simple smartphone apps. The owner can lock or unlock the car through the app, can control its air conditioning and monitor its location too. “M2M has the ability to ...
Internet of things set to take over Indian lives 27.1.2015 Asian Age: Business
Internet of things is expected to reach all corners of the world in seven years. App-controlled electric cars, cloud computing are becoming a common scenario While the internet took 25 years to connect people and products across the world, the new age devi-ces may help achieve the same within five to seven years with the rising ‘internet of things’. Ericsson vice-president and head (technology) Manoj Dawane says, “Today is the era of Internet of things where we are talking about machine to machine connectivity (M2M). Eric-sson’s connected vehicle cloud is one such example where with the help of cloud connectivity, we can control the vehicle through a remote device.” Mahindra, too in 2013 had launched Reva e2o in collaboration with Vodafone in metro cities here. The fully electric car is connected to the internet and can be controlled with simple smartphone apps. The owner can lock or unlock the car through the app, can control its air conditioning and monitor its location too. “M2M has the ability to ...
Oil and dollar: Why Obama’s love for Taj lost out to Saudi King’s death 26.1.2015 FirstPost: Business

on. As of now shale oil is not going to replace cheap traditional oil, which is becoming more and more difficult to find.Hence, the Obamas need to go to Saudi Arabia and offer their condolences on King Abdullah's death as soon as possible. The Taj Mahal will have to wait.

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Dare to dream 25.1.2015 HBL: Features
Elon Musk's sci-fi plans becoming a reality
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Dare to dream 25.1.2015 HBL: Investment World
Elon Musk's sci-fi plans becoming a reality
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Tata Motors to launch electric Ace next financial year 25.1.2015 Latest News
India's largest commercial vehicle manufacturer Tata Motors will launch an electric version of its most popular light truck Ace next financial year thus becoming the first manufacturer to do so in the country.
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If a car is going to self-drive, it might as well self-park, too 24.1.2015 All Companies Stories
Sensors and software promise to free owners from parking angst, turning vehicles into robotic chauffeurs
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Storedot Charger 24.1.2015 newindianexpress.com
What Tesla would be working on if he was alive today? A device that can charge our phones in 30 seconds and electric cars in a few minutes?
It costs only Rs 65 for this car to cover 1,852 km 24.1.2015 All Current Affairs Stories
IIT-BHU students make the cheapest electric car in the world
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Union minister Anant Geete bats for tax breaks for auto makers 22.1.2015 All Economy & Policy Stories
The union minister of heavy industries and public enterprises Anant Gite on Thursday made a strong case for the extension of excise duty relief to the auto makers and increase in import duty on import of electrical equipment to help local ...
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Two-wheelers to have anti-lock braking systems by 2017, says Anant Geete 22.1.2015 Pune News, Pune City News | Cities News - Times of India
Two-wheelers in the country will have anti-lock braking systems (ABS) as part of the original equipment from 2017, said Anant Geete, minister for heavy industries and public enterprises on ...
Life unlimited 19.1.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Life unlimited
The Super Car Parade's Mumbai Blockbuster 17.1.2015 newindianexpress.com
Mumbaikars flock to have a glimpse of world's finest cars in the famous Parx Super Car Parade that took place for the seventh consecutive time in the city.
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