Mumbaikars are all set to get their hands on the newly launched iPhone 15 series models as they are ready to go on sale on Friday (Sept 22). India's first Apple Store located in Mumbai's BKC witnessed long queues since today early morning as citizens line up to buy their iPhone 15. Visuals surfaced on the internet show huge crowd waiting outside the Apple store, for buying iPhone 15.
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In a significant relief to the Indian citizens, commercial LPG cylinders in India have been cut by Rs 83.50, according to the official Indian Oil website the new prices are in effect from June 1. However, the cost of 14.2-kg domestic gas cylinders has not been changed. Last month, the cost of commercial LPG cylinders was cut by Rs 172, but the price of domestic cylinders was unchanged.
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A massive fire broke out in Delhi's famous Lajpat Nagar market area on Monday afternoon. Officials received a call regarding the fire near Shop number 16 around 4:10 pm. A total of 10 fire tenders have rushed to the spot. The officials are making efforts to douse the fire in the region. This is a developing story, more details awaited.
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Maruti Suzuki is out with a new car, clearly defining it as a compact SUV. A very important arrival in the market, the Fronx will set foot in the highly competitive sub-4 metre compact SUV space where it will rival the likes of the Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet and the popular Tata Nexon. The Maruti Suzuki Fronx launch in India will take place in the second half of April.
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Toyota, an automobile company announced to launch of 10 electric vehicles by 2026. In an official statement, the company said after a long argument, the company is all set to plan for 10 new battery electric vehicles, for the Indian market. In addition, they are also planning to establish a new focused unit for specialized next-generation battery EVs. The decision is a response to other competitors like Tesla.
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Mahindra India launched its XUV 400 EV Formula Edition One in Hyderabad, on February 10. This latest addition to the earlier launched SUV electric car is making Mahindra one of the prominent cars in the Indian electric vehicle market. The latest car will be sold fat a starting price of Rs 15.99 lakhs, in the Indian markets and is inspired by racing spirit.
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Modenik lifestyle owned Enamor, a premium lingerie brand has been recognised as India's best brand in 2021. As per The Economic Times, the brand received consumers' acknowledgement and built a good reputation. Releasing the fourth edition of the best brand series, The Economic Times, conducted a survey as per consumer's feedback and brand image, profit data available, market value, business ethics, work place culture and… read-more
Adar Poonwalla, CEO of the Serum Institute of India (SII) applied for full market authorisation of its COVID-19 vaccine, Covishield, on December 31. "Supplies of Covishield vaccine in India, exceeded 1.25 billion doses. The Government of India now has enough data to allow full market authorisation," tweeted SII CEO. The application has been submitted to the Union Government and MoHFW. Besides, SII's Covishield also export vaccine doses to… read-more
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Apple is set to launch three new models of Apple Watch Series 8, the Second Generation Apple Watch SE & Extreme Sports watch in 2022. While Series 8 and Second Generation watches will be an upgraded version of existing watches, allowing users to measure blood pressure and glucose level, "extreme sports" is likely to be a new version, focusing athletes. The reports were revealed by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
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Sparsh Agarwal, a political science student, and his friend Ishaan Kanoria, a former banker both moved to Selim Hill (a 450 acres tea-growing plantation) to learn about the tea business. They there launched Dorje Teas to revive Darjeeling tea to the Indian Market in June 2021. The business speciality is that they offer subscription options to the customers who want to consume tea leaves. Till now 500 people have subscribed.
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