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Maruti’s limited edition version of Wagon R unveiled
Maruti Suzuki India on Friday launched a limited edition version of its hatchback Wagon R, priced between `4.4 lakh and `5.37 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), in the country. The variant ‘Wagon R Felicity’ comes with various features including reverse parking sensors with display and voice guidance, body graphics and rear spoiler.
“Wagon R is one of the most successful car brands ever in India. As the brand has evolved, its popularity and loyalty have grown. We wanted to celebrate the brand by creating something distinct and special, which is fresh and feature rich,” Maruti Suzuki India Executive Director Marketing & Sales RS Kalsi said in a statement.
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15 Jul 2018 | PTI | New Delhi
Amid row over alleged use of derogatory language in a web series while referring to former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said the BJP and the RSS believe that freedom of expression must be policed, while he regards it as a fundamental democratic right. “My father lived and died in the service of India...
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16 Jul 2018 | Amitabh Shukla | New Delhi
Branching off the main Delhi-Chandigarh-Shimla highway on National Highway 22, which some still call by its earlier name of Hindustan-Tibet Road, are three quaint hill stations—Kasauli, Dagshai and Subathu—all military cantonments, which you cannot miss if you are a travel enthusiast. The charm of long leisurely walks, chirping of all varieties of colorful birds, smell of wild and exotic flowers, the fresh coat of green on leaves when it rains, the...